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April 25, 2015

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Health
Dietary Guidelines for Americans | Health.gov (ODPHP) http://www.health.gov/DietaryGuidelines
March 17, 2015

English
Yes, they are. The sentences "at playing..." are better because they are more specific. "...at the piano" and "at basketball" are more colloquial, but are correct.
March 16, 2015

Constructed Responce Help
Well, in a final draft, include the idea I gave above. And watch those places where you repeat what you've already said. You still have some of that. Good luck on the grade. And, if I have helped, you are most welcome!
March 16, 2015

Constructed Responce Help
This is better yet. The first person account is quite vivid with details about how the smoke was choking as they huddled at the lakeshore, losing her shoes, etc. The second version is more dispassionate, stating facts and figures. Go for it! I'll bet you get better than a ...
March 16, 2015

Constructed Responce Help
This is better. I might start out with the fact of the two points of view, then use the specific examples to support that statement. And it's a journalistic point of view, not a journalism point of view. Journalism is a noun, journalistic an adjective defining "point ...
March 16, 2015

Constructed Responce Help
Yes, you may. I am in and out, but I'll try and catch it. Ms. Sue can also help.
March 16, 2015

Constructed Responce Help
You repeat yourself over and over again. Make your point and leave it alone, not make it over and over. You have buried the most important contrast between the two articles. One is a first-person account, the other a journalistic account. You do make that point, but rather ...
March 16, 2015

Art
The question is about LANDSCAPE art. Look up the word "landscape."
March 16, 2015

ss
What is your answer?
March 16, 2015

English
For your first question, yes, they are grammatically correct. :) To tell the sentences might also mean to put them in your own words instead of reciting them exactly as written.
March 16, 2015

English
No. "Recite" means to quote exactly as written. To tell about would mean to tell what the quotations might mean. To tell might be to restate or interpret the quotations.
March 16, 2015

Art
Yes, it is.
March 16, 2015

ss
1 - correct 2 - wrong
March 16, 2015

English.
That's a bit difficult. Greeting card verses are usually very simple. This quote from Shakespeare has a long back-story and is not a simple sentiment.
March 16, 2015

reading and writing
correct
March 16, 2015

Art!
Both are wrong.
March 16, 2015

reading and writing
Line 6 is the evidence. What is line 7, based on that evidence?
March 16, 2015

reading and writing
No.
March 16, 2015

PLZZZZ HELP
Have you read the book?
March 16, 2015

Reading Comprehension
I have not read the novel, but this sounds reasonable.
March 16, 2015

English
8 is good.
March 16, 2015

Economics
Yes, this is a good way to tackle it. So, if Kristin pays 18 cents plus eight cents, the total tax per gallon is what? Add 18 and 8. So that is the tax paid per single gallon in Alaska. The question already tells you that Ben pays a total of 48 cents per gallon. To find out ...
March 16, 2015

Economics
What are you having trouble with?
March 16, 2015

Economics
The answer is in the question. It tells you to multiply 800 by 0.08375.
March 16, 2015

Language Arts second grade
Yes, the comma will make the sentence grammatically correct, but not as clear as it could be. :)
March 16, 2015

Language Arts second grade
Because the TV cannot turn itself on, it might be better to say, "The remote won't turn the TV on, Mom."
March 16, 2015

Criminal Justice
Ah, Ms. Sue's link may be better. That didn't come up on my search. Try both of them.
March 16, 2015

Criminal Justice
Maybe. States also have juvenile detention centers. Try this Wikipedia site. It's pretty general, but does list special types of prisons. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prison
March 16, 2015

Criminal Justice
Under what system? Federal, state or what kind of prison system? The question is very vague. What have you been studying?
March 16, 2015

History
You have 2 correct. Read the link I gave you above, and this one. Don't keep guessing. http://www.sciway.net/afam/reconstruction/indexr.html
March 16, 2015

History
I can't GIVE you the answers. Read this: http://www.ferris.edu/jimcrow/what.htm And just think about the Reconstruction constitution in S.C. (and other states). Who had been denied the right to vote under slavery?
March 16, 2015

History
1 NO 2 No 3 Not A.
March 16, 2015

english grammar, please corect my english grammare
You need to specify who is celebrating and who is exchanging vows. I assume the bride and groom are not exchanging vows with the guests.
March 16, 2015

english grammar, please corect my english grammare
So, what is your question? Which of the two is correct? Best to combine the two: "invite you to share in a celebration of love as we exchange our wedding vows." Or "our celebration."
March 16, 2015

books
Do you have multiple choices or are you expected to write your own summary?
March 16, 2015

marketing research and method
Okay. What do you need to know about?http://www.marketingprofs.com/...essential-market-research-methods-kembel.asp
March 16, 2015

English
Sorry, the above is not Anonymous--this is Reed, "tutor" on here. I wrote the above.
March 16, 2015

LAST history question
Yes, it's C.
March 15, 2015

LAST history question
And, yes, you are doing well if you answered 28 of 30 questions correctly! Ms. Sue gave you a second link. You'll find the answer. :)
March 15, 2015

LAST history question
I'm sure it's in your text or you would not be asked the question, but read the link I gave you.
March 15, 2015

LAST history question
http://www.u-s-history.com/pages/h1674.html
March 15, 2015

LAST history question
http;//www.u-s-history.com/pages/h1674.html
March 15, 2015

LAST history question
Have you read your textbook?
March 15, 2015

Language arts
An outsider observing or narrating the story.
March 15, 2015

English Literature
I've tried to post another essay by Athena Yang that might be easier to understand, but it's "forbidden." Google her with "piety and the American character". Basically, it's an idea that has it's origins in early American colonies and ...
March 15, 2015

English help
I don't know. I guess one has to have seen the film to know the answer.
March 15, 2015

World history
http://www.history.com/topics/industrial-revolution
March 15, 2015

12th Grade
http://www.connectionsacademy.com/blog/posts/2014-02-10/A-Career-Planning...
March 15, 2015

History
TayB, keep in mind that back in earlier days there were progressives (liberals) and conservatives in both the major political parties. Progressivism advocated regulation of Wall Street and big business for the protection of workers and public safety. Conservatives took a more...
March 15, 2015

History
That's a MUCH clearer answer! I like it! I hope the prof. does too.
March 15, 2015

History
In other words, the Progressive Movement is often capitalized, but is not the same as the Progressive Party.
March 15, 2015

History
You have the right idea. But the Progressive movement of the late 1800s and early 1900s was not a political party, it was a set of ideas embraced by both Democrats and Republicans, or the more progressive (mindset, if you will) elements of each party. There were conservatives ...
March 15, 2015

Social study
What kind of place are you looking for? An ocean, a country, a city, a lake? First, make sure you know what it is. Look it up first in a dictionary if you don't. That will tell you, in words, where it is. For example, to find the Aral Sea, look it up in the dictionary. ...
March 15, 2015

reading help
They look right to me.
March 14, 2015

psychology
That's what you must do. Perhaps the question and the multiple choices were transcribed incorrectly.
March 14, 2015

psychology
If your text says it DECREASES metabolism and the question say RAISE..text says RAISE body temperature and the answer says LOWER it...INCREASE intelligence and the question says DECREASE????? Metabolism does NOT cure bacterial infections. I think you should re-read the text, ...
March 14, 2015

English
How long is the essay to be? For an introduction to the Midwest, you can say something like: "The Midwest is unique among the regions of the United States. It's language.... (etc.) But then you might need a separate paragraph to go into detail, or to compare and ...
March 14, 2015

English
Yes. To make general comments, you can.
March 14, 2015

ENG1511
If it is really "People's claims that...", this is an incomplete sentence, so it's impossible to rephrase it.
March 14, 2015

ENG1511
Is it this: "People claim that they have friends...."?
March 14, 2015

ENG1511
Please rephrase your question. What is it asking you to rephrase?
March 14, 2015

philosophy
I'm sorry. The last question about causal determinism and Rachels. I really don't know. Was he a compatibilist? If so, you're right.
March 13, 2015

philosophy
1, 2 and 3 are correct. I don't know #4. I think you're wrong on $, about Sartre. I don't know about #6, but think you may be wrong. I think you are probably right on the rest. What happened the other night? I waited for you to discuss your ideas about TR and ...
March 13, 2015

English
Let me add that in my own experience, sometimes a strong perfume/fragrance overpowers all other odors in the room that we may WANT to smell, like food aromas or things we may NEED to smell, like something on fire.
March 13, 2015

Social Studies
Whatever you call yourself, try this for info about Calhoun: http://www.biography.com/people/john-c-calhoun-37250
March 13, 2015

Social Studies
Can someone please explain John C. Calhoun dream for the United States.
March 13, 2015

Three Branches
You are most welcome! I hope it helps. Ms. Sue may have some good ideas, too, if she sees this and chooses to chime in. Keep an eye out! :)
March 13, 2015

Three Branches
Another comparison: All three are involved in the development and execution of laws. Congress enacts the laws, but the executive may propose them and executes them, and the courts may rule a law or a presidential action unconstitutional as they interpret the laws. All three ...
March 13, 2015

Three Branches
I see your difficulty. What the legislative, executive and judicial branches have in common is power and responsibility within their own spheres. They are equal in having influence over what the national government does and how it does it. Does that help your thinking on the ...
March 13, 2015

health. please help! #6
No, B is not right. Read the link Writeacher posted for you.
March 13, 2015

Health
1: yes 2: no 3: yes
March 13, 2015

checking my answers.
Well, p.o.v. is indicated by the pronouns. *I* is a first person pronoun, "you" is second person, "he or she" is third person. This selection is in the first person. A is the correct answer here.
March 12, 2015

LA
1, I agree on B. 2, I disagree on D. 3, I disagree on C. 4, I agree on C.
March 12, 2015

Art
This is another of those questions where none of the multiple choice answers are really correct. 19th century realist painters often turned to landscapes, often bucolic landscapes, perhaps longing for a simpler time. Urban scenes often depicted railroad trains, smoke, etc. ...
March 12, 2015

Art
I think B is correct.
March 12, 2015

HISTORY
Or, you might choose John Quincy Adams and Henry Clay. They both served in the U.S. House after 1820 and clashed on many issues. Clay and Adams were rivals for the presidency, a well. Look them up and see what you think. And when you look up any of these guys (or others), also...
March 12, 2015

HISTORY
Off the top of my head, I can think of Thaddeus Stevens (strongly anti-slavery) and John C. Calhoun (rabidly pro-slavery). To research anyone's biography, look them up on line (Google them), go to the library and look for articles or books about them. Idea for conversation...
March 12, 2015

ART PLS HELP
Oh, I'm sorry. I was reading too quickly again. Greek columns are wider at the bottom, giving the illusion of greater height than they actually possess. There may be hidden messages in some relief sculptures, but the tapering columns are more typical, I think. But whatever...
March 12, 2015

ART PLS HELP
right on all three
March 12, 2015

English
BRAVE NEW WORLD is a superb recommendation. I would also recommend THE GRAPES OF WRATH by John Steinbeck. There are any number of issues discussed there that are suggestions for research in American history.
March 12, 2015

Civics
Sarah, did you read the link? If was, indeed, D. It was the basis of how the colonists would govern themselves.
March 12, 2015

Civics
Sarah, please read this. It might be clearer than your book. http://www.allabouthistory.org/mayflower-compact.htm
March 12, 2015

Civics
It also did not make Plymouth a royal colony under direct control of the king, either.
March 12, 2015

English.
Who signed the letter? To whom is it addressed? Who wrote it?
March 12, 2015

English*Checking Answers*
Hannah, your first clue to the speaker is at the end of the first paragraph. He is "I", then identifies himself as Black Hawk in the third person. All the "I" and "we" references tell you this is not a third-person account written by an outsider ...
March 12, 2015

English*Checking Answers*
The speaker is Black Hawk. Is he a white man? It sure isn't D in answer to the first question. And he is not a historian, either. On question 2, I could make a case for C or D, but D is the best answer.
March 12, 2015

AP style
Oops, that was me above. Sorry.
March 12, 2015

soc stu
Well, both setting the price for a product and deciding what products there might be a market for are legitimate answers. Go back to your class materials to see which one they emphasize. If it was up to me, I'd choose "what product should be produced." But I have...
March 12, 2015

soc stu
How does choosing a job relate to economics, except the personal economy of the job seeker?
March 12, 2015

History
http://www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gibbons_v._Ogden
March 12, 2015

History
Ms. Sue seems to think employing children was not his main contribution, and I do agree. D speaks of assembly lines, which is technically not what Slater did. He worked on developing the mechanized loom, which is not an assembly line. I do not like the choices given. Read the ...
March 12, 2015

History
I guess I'm "someone," if not Ms. Sue. I don't think employing children was Slater's main contribution, but of the choices given, that seems the only one. Read this for more info: http://www.woonsocket.org/slaterhist.htm
March 12, 2015

CDA
LOL, Ms. Sue! Nor would I!
March 12, 2015

CDA
What are your choices, and what do you choose?
March 12, 2015

SS
Anonymous, this site may help you: http://www.quora.com › … › History of Technology › Industrial Revolution
March 12, 2015

SS
In that case, Jane, your answers are partially correct, but not wholly, and are poorly stated. I'll be glad to help Anonymous, since this is his or her question.
March 12, 2015

SS
Is Jane the same person as Anonymous, or is Jane trying to give Anonymous the answers?
March 12, 2015

SS
No, I can't answer for you. Give us your answers, based on your reading, and we'll react.
March 12, 2015

English
Then we have answered your question. :)
March 12, 2015

English
Ms. Sue is right. Let me add that a coupon TO a store could mean to gain entry into the store, like a ticket or a pass. FOR implies for use in the store to get a bargain.
March 12, 2015

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