Friday
April 29, 2016

Posts by Reed

Total # Posts: 7,262

English
1 & 2 - You are missing the word "you". "Why don't you use..." 3 & 4 are fine. 5 & 6 - AN operation, not A operation. Remember what I told you about "a" and "an" -- they mean the same, a specific operation in this case, but it is ...
March 20, 2016

History
Yes, I think maybe you are right. The two-party system is a huge part of his legacy. The way the "choice" C is worded is ambiguous and rather opaque, but seems the best answer.
March 20, 2016

History
I don't think so. It really depends on which aspect of Jackson's presidency one wants to examine, but I think there's a better answer, something that had longer-term impact.
March 20, 2016

Business
When you don't know what a word means ("enlargement", "totation", etc.), look it up and find out what it means. You may do that by entering the word in your browser, then click "enter" or click on the "search" button. Or go to this ...
March 19, 2016

P
I don't understand what "P" is. Is that a school subject? I know of no tutors who are "P" professionals.
March 19, 2016

English
These are just fine! I would not make any corrections.
March 18, 2016

Social Studies
Some of the articles that Google pulls up may be duplicated here, but there may be some different ones: http://www.bing.com/search?q=Discuss+the+significance+that+segregation,+voting+rights,+and+education+had+on+African+American+life+in+the+South+during+the+late+19th+and+20th+...
March 18, 2016

Social Studies
http://www.google.com/search?q=significance+that+segregation%2C+voting+rights%2C+and+education+had+on+African+American+life+in+the+South+during+the+late+19th+and+20th+centuries.&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8
March 18, 2016

Language arts
No, you are not correct. "played" is what part of speech? What does "with the cat" modify? http://grammar.about.com/od/ab/g/adverbphraseterm.htm http://www.grammar-monster.com/glossary/adjective_phrases.htm
March 18, 2016

Social Studies
There are other articles here: http://www.bing.com/search?q=industrialization+and+the+growth+of+cities&go=Submit+Query&qs=bs&form=QBRE
March 18, 2016

Social Studies
I don't know what your text defines as three phases of industrialization. You'll have to read it to find out. For industrialization and the growth of cities: http://www.countriesquest.com/north_america/usa/history/industrialization_and_urbanization/growth_of_cities.htm
March 18, 2016

Language Arts
I agree with Carpe_Diem. When you have a specific citation you need help with, please give us the author and title. I have no idea what book you are reading. I can look at pg. 130 in any of 1,600 books on my shelves and not find what you are reading.
March 18, 2016

Physics
A 25 g bullet with a muzzle velocity of 300 m/s is fired into a board 4.0 cm thick. A). In a hard board, the bullet penetrates 3.0 cm and comes to a stop. What is the average force exerted on the bullet by the board? B). For a soft board, the bullet goes through the board and ...
March 18, 2016

Physics
Suppose the 480 lb pile driver that drops 20 ft drives the pile 2 in. every time it strikes the pile. What is the average resisting force of the ground where the pile is driven?
March 18, 2016

Physics
A 3200 lb car traveling at 30 mi/hr speeds up to 60 mi/hr. How much useful work was supplied by the engine?
March 18, 2016

Physics
How much work is required to bring a 1000 kg racing car traveling at a speed of 60 km/hr to rest?
March 18, 2016

Writing
In all good non-fiction writing or reporting, first you tell the reader (audience) what you are going to tell them, then tell them, then tell them what you told them. :)
March 18, 2016

Writing
You are writing an essay expressing your personal observations. You need an introductory paragraph that includes a thesis statement, at least three short paragraphs, each to make a point about the speaker and his/her message, and a conclusion.
March 18, 2016

Writing
What did you think about the speaker? What did he or she talk about? Did it make sense to you? Do you agree with the speaker? Were you inspired by the speaker? Did you think he or she was dull and boring? Were you inspired to read more about whatever he/she talked about? Be ...
March 18, 2016

Writing
It means being actively involved in something by writing about it rather than not being active.
March 18, 2016

Writing
Someone advocating a political point of view or a cause can write articles, letters to the editor, publish pamphlets, post blogs on line, etc., to convince others. Writing is one way to do that. Standing on the street corner and giving speeches is another day, carrying a ...
March 18, 2016

Math help needed here
What is "argosy"? This is a math problem. If you want a tutor in your subject, please use the School Subject box to say so.
March 17, 2016

Math - needs help
What is "asc"? This is a math problem.
March 17, 2016

History
You've guessed wrong twice now. That's enough. Read your text materials. It's a new idea, but it does help one learn something. We won't respond to another guess.
March 17, 2016

History
Nope.
March 17, 2016

History
What does your text say? What is your choice here? I'll be glad to check it.
March 17, 2016

English
No. She had an exhausting day, so she was tired. That is not redundant.
March 17, 2016

English
No. http://www.grammar-monster.com/easily_confused/lay_lie.htm
March 17, 2016

social studies
http://www.blackpast.org/1849-frederick-douglass-mexico http://www.pbs.org/kera/usmexicanwar/biographies/abraham_lincoln.html
March 17, 2016

Physical Education
You are correct.
March 17, 2016

English
Yes, he is in exile.
March 17, 2016

English
You are correct on 1 and 2. For 3, makes sure you know what a simile is: http://www.literarydevices.net/simile And, make sure you know what the word "chide" means: http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/chide
March 17, 2016

Art World Culture
If the meaning is hidden, how is that effective communication? I think B is the wrong answer.
March 17, 2016

English
Double check on #6. Otherwise, I agree with your answers.
March 17, 2016

Social Studies
Yes, D is correct.
March 17, 2016

CIVICS
I disagree with #18, #19, and the last one (unnumbered). I agree with the first question's answer, and #17.
March 17, 2016

geography
Any shape the mold-maker wants it to be.
March 17, 2016

Drama
I meant "nope" to the first question. I had not seen the second one yet. :) Certainly reading a novella or a play like "A Christmas Carol" is entertaining. Is that why you read the cast of characters list? Is that entertaining in and of itself? I don't ...
March 17, 2016

Drama
Nope. Read that part of the story again.
March 17, 2016

Olivia
Could it be that the question is part of Ellis's homework?
March 17, 2016

Drama
They are not both correct. I'm not sure he thinks poor people should be unhappy. I don't think he cares about them one way or another except that they might cost him money.
March 17, 2016

History
One thing to look for, Olivia, is who advocated government control of the means of production, and who advocated regulation, and what is the difference?
March 17, 2016

Social Studies (Reed)(Check)
You are right. It was meant to help ease the Depression, but did not.
March 17, 2016

history
http://sanitationupdates.wordpress.com/2010/07/29/a-brief-history-of-sanitation-in-new-york-city/
March 17, 2016

history
Recreation? I don't think so.
March 17, 2016

history
Your answer to the first question is correct. All those immigrants had to have someplace to sleep!
March 17, 2016

history
Sanitation means the disposal of human waste (garbage, sewage, etc.), and clean water for consumption. Was that a pressing problem with lots of people concentrated in a big city like New York? When you don't know what a word means, please look it up. http://www.mirriam-...
March 17, 2016

History
I'm not sure how Minnesota was unique during World War I. Certainly the production of food was vital to the war effort, and Minnesota is an important state for food production (as are others). http://www.ushistory.org/us/45.asp This article is about the nation as a whole (...
March 17, 2016

Earth Science (check answers)
Both of you are right. I like your answer, Sue. In a nutshell, all life on Earth is dependent on all other life on Earth, plants and animals alike, from macroalgae to elephants.
March 17, 2016

Health; Check Answers
If I was the one grading these answers, you'd ace it. :)
March 17, 2016

Health; Check Answers
Your answers are correct. All four of the choices for #2 are applicable to flu, however, so I don't know which will be considered the "right" answer.
March 17, 2016

Art
Okay! Who knew?
March 17, 2016

Art
I think you are probably right. He promoted Western ideas and Japanese independence. http://www.britannica.com/biography/Fukuzawa-Yukichi
March 17, 2016

Social Studies (Reed)(Check)
The only thing here I question is that advertising was new in the 1920s. It was not new. Newspapers had carried advertisements for a long, long time. The plethora of consumer products that became available in the 1920s spurred intense competition between brands, etc., so ...
March 17, 2016

History/ Social Studies
You're welcome. This is a fascinating part of our history, with lessons to be learned for our own times and the future!
March 17, 2016

History/ Social Studies
Yes, 2 is correct, in part -- the others are wrong. http://www.bing.com/search?q=the+u.s.+entry+into+world+war+i&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=bd387db364c14ea5b9cc22006904f068&pq=the%20u.s.%20entry%20into%20world%20war%20i http://www.history.com/topics/world-war-i/lusitania
March 17, 2016

History
I agree. D.
March 17, 2016

U.S. History (Check, Please!)(REED)
Your answers are good, Victoria. The last line in your answer about Smith and Hoover is an exaggeration, though. Smith's Catholicism was not the only reason Hoover won by a landslide, although it was certainly one of the reasons.
March 17, 2016

geography,maths literacy,tourism, life sciences
Find out what the university's admission requirements are to find out if you meet them (grades, etc.). Then find out if that university offers training to become a paramedic. If not, find another school that does!
March 17, 2016

English
Yes? I agree.
March 17, 2016

science
http://www.ilri.org/InfoServ/Webpub/fulldocs/ilca_manual4/Milkchemistry.htm
March 17, 2016

Environmental History
The records show the property was owned by Hiram Snodgrass, not anyone named Lincoln.
March 17, 2016

Environmental History
If I go to the records and find out who owned a piece of property in 1860, it's on record at the register of deeds office, it's not "he said that she said that Abe Lincoln owned that land." I got it from the source. Figure it out from there.
March 17, 2016

Language Arts
Does the moon sulk? Does the moon think? Is the sun a "he"? Does the sun conduct business? Are these human activities or the activities of celestial orbs? Which literary device or figurative language ascribes human activities to inhuman objects?
March 17, 2016

Physics - Repost because of no response
Tutors are volunteers and are not here 24/7. I'm sure when a physics tutor comes on line, he or she will respond. No tutor will do your homework for you, however; we check student's work and can guide you to resources to help you understand what is required of you. You...
March 16, 2016

maths,agricultur;life science,business
How could we possibly know what interests you? Only you know that.
March 16, 2016

History
There are several. This should get you started: http://www.bing.com/search?q=working%20and%20living%20conditions%20for%20mill%20workers%20in%2019th%20century%20England&qs=n&form=QBRE&pq=working%20and%20living%20conditions%20for%20mill%20workers%20in%2019th%20century%20england&...
March 16, 2016

Health
Look up the words if you are not clear about their meaning. Your text may also define them.
March 16, 2016

English
I'm not sure what piece you are reading. There may be several with that title. The definition you cite is inaccurate in that it is too specific (although a good example of desiderata). http://www.dictionary.com/browse/desiderata
March 16, 2016

achieving academic excellence
http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20100505201440AAh1lI5 http://www2.artcenter.edu/createchange/pdf/FutureTrendsReport.pdf
March 16, 2016

Health
C is wrong. Martin, look up the words you do not know, or read your text materials. Stop guessing, and don't rely on other students to help you cheat your way to a grade. The object here is for you to learn something about the world you live in, not just get a grade so you...
March 16, 2016

History/Social Studies
I think this may be what is meant. You give no context, as in American history, British history, or what the act may have addressed, but this is the only thing I could find: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alf_Morris
March 16, 2016

History
If the Empire was ruled by emperors who inherited power, how was that a democracy at all, much less a direct democracy? B and D are in direct contradiction of each other. It has to be one or the other.
March 16, 2016

Health
Yes, that is ONE example. Are snuff and a plug smoked? Do you know what a plug is, or what snuff is? Look it up.
March 16, 2016

history
You're right on both. Certainly all of the answers about farming are partially correct, but the one you chose seems the best answer.
March 16, 2016

History
Correct. Copying and adapting them.
March 16, 2016

U.S. History
Oh, so many, many things changed in that time period. The spread of electricity from cities to rural areas and the suburbs changed life for millions of people. Time-payment plans allowed more and more people to be able to afford automobiles, which changed the entire culture. ...
March 16, 2016

civics
How can we help you with this assignment? Is there something you don't understand? Be specific. We won't do your homework for you.
March 16, 2016

Social studies
If the "final solution" was to eliminate all Jews from Germany, did Hitler ultimately succeed? b and c are correct. Did any Jewish refugees or survivors of the Holocaust eventually resettle in American cities like Atlanta? What does your text say?
March 16, 2016

Social studies
I'm not sure about B. What does your text say? C and D are certainly correct. Many people did move to the northern cities, especially African-Americans, because the factories were hiring to produce war materials and many young men were out of the labor force, in the military.
March 16, 2016

U.S. History (Check)(REED)
Your answers seem to be good. One aspect you don't mention is that the New Morality relied more on situational ethics (part of the rejection of authority) rather than hard and fast rules for ethical or moral behavior and judgements. You also don't mention music as ...
March 16, 2016

English
"goes" is present tense. All the rest of this convoluted sentence is in the past tense, is it not? So, what is your choice?
March 16, 2016

U.S. History (Check)(REED)
I'm not sure what the difference is between personal freedom and independence is. They seem synonymous. Your answers all look good. The New Morality also (in challenging authority) involved situational ethics as opposed to hard and fast rules of what is always moral. Do ...
March 15, 2016

English
Okay, I'll buy fickle. Your reasoning is good. You're probably right. Yes, destructive is better for #3. Weeping is lamentation. They are synonyms. If affliction is caused by calamity, weeping and lamentation are caused by destruction.
March 15, 2016

English
Well, I don't remember when Juliet actually turns Paris down. Certainly 2 and 3 apply. Was it after her "marriage" to Romeo? Then, it's all of the above. I agree with #2 #3, NO #4, Is fickle the right word? #5. I agree.
March 15, 2016

English
These instructions are clear and the grammar is just fine.
March 15, 2016

History
No, it is not. http://immigration.findlaw.com/immigration-laws-and-resources/new-mexico-state-immigration-laws.html
March 15, 2016

English
Yes
March 15, 2016

English
http://www.iambicpentameter.net
March 15, 2016

English
Yes, you're right, Kaai97. Iambic pentameter has to do with beats to the line, not the rhyme.
March 15, 2016

English
Good for you. Go on to the end. It's a fine play.
March 15, 2016

English
I'm sorry. Yes, the climax usually comes in Act III or IV. I read it as Act II -- my fault.
March 15, 2016

English
Usually, yes.
March 15, 2016

English
I believe you are right. She's very loyal to Juliet.
March 15, 2016

English
lam·en·ta·tion. [ˌlamənˈtâSH(ə)n] NOUN 1.the passionate expression of grief or sorrow; weeping: "scenes of lamentation" synonyms: weeping · wailing · crying · sobbing · moaning · ...
March 15, 2016

English
No. If calamity causes affliction, what would cause lamentation?
March 15, 2016

English
I don't think so. Weeping is a form of lamentation.
March 15, 2016

English
I think that was AFTER she turned Paris down, wasn't it?
March 15, 2016

English
Yes, was she? To whom? Maybe to Friar Lawrence or Mercutio?
March 15, 2016

To Sydney - stressed syllables
The line you quoted would work better if it was: "One by one THE towns pass by" In that case, the last syllable, "by", would be stressed and it would imitate the rhythm of a railroad train: CLICK clack CLICK clack CLICK clack CLICK As it is, it does that ...
March 15, 2016

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