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December 20, 2014

Posts by Tory


Total # Posts: 47

Latin I
Is this right or close to right?
November 11, 2014

Latin I
I am a Roman slave because the Romans have occupied my country. I did not fight in the battles with the Romans. My native country was Greece, and now my family lives in Greece. Soon my family will sail for Italy. Now I live in a town in Italy. I work in the house of master. ...
November 11, 2014

Latin I
I need help with this! (I know we're not supposed to post homework. I will post what i think it is in a min) Sum servus quod* Romani meam (my) patriam occupabant. In proeliis cum Romanis non pugnabam. Mea patria erat Graecia*, et nunc mea familia in Graecia habitat. Mox ...
November 11, 2014

Latin I
^^ That was me I forgot to put my name. Sorry!
October 24, 2014

Latin I
Um no. How do i see it?
October 24, 2014

Latin I
Me too! I'll come back if I have any more questions! =)
October 24, 2014

Latin I
Thank you so much!!! You're the best!
October 24, 2014

Latin I
It would?
October 24, 2014

Latin I
i think reginae is dative and poetae is gentive because the queen is an indirect object and poet would show possession?
October 24, 2014

Latin I
I think I'm getting a hang of it! =D
October 24, 2014

Latin I
Number 10, Agricolae et femina poetae villam reginae monstrabant. monstrabant is the verb which means show. it has the -bant ending which means They showed. agricolae = farmer femina = woman or female poetae = poet reginae = queen villam = farm or farmhouse. The sentence would...
October 24, 2014

Latin I
Number 9, Poeta reginae fabulas nuntabit. Nuntiabit is the verb which means report or tell. the -bit ending means he/she/it will tell/report. poeta = poet reginae = queens fabulas = story So it would be The poet will tell the queens a story.
October 24, 2014

Latin I
For number 8, Nauta puellae pecuniam dat. dat is the verb which means gives. Nauta = sailor puellae = girls pecuniam = money The sailor gives the girls money.
October 24, 2014

Latin I
Number 7, Fama, fortuna, et pecunia nautam vocant. Vocant is the verb which means call. It has the -nt ending so it would be They call. Fama = fame fortuna = fortune pecunia = money nautam = sailor The sentence would be Fame, fortune, and money call the sailors.
October 24, 2014

Latin I
Okay! Number 6 is Agricolae terram Italiae laborabant. laborabant is the verb it means work. it has the -bant ending so it means they worked agricolae means farmer or farmers italiae = italy terram = land So it would be The farmers worked on the land of Italy. So would it be The
October 24, 2014

Latin I
The loot. So would it be They seized the home's loot.
October 24, 2014

Latin I
Well there's 3 -ae ending meanings. There's the nominative, genitive and dative...
October 24, 2014

Latin I
For number 5, regina fabulam poetae laudabit. Poetae = poet regina = queen faulam = story Laudabit is the verb which means praise. It has the -bit ending so it means The queen will praise the poet's story.
October 24, 2014

Latin I
For number 4, Praedam patriae occupabant. occupabant which means attack or seize. It has the -bant ending so it means They attacked or They seized Patriae means home and Praedam means loot. So the sentence as a whole would be: They seized loot from their home.
October 24, 2014

Latin I
Vias provinciarum aedificas. aedificas is the verb which means build. it has the ending -s You build Then vias means roads. and proviciarum means provinces. So the sentence would be You build the roads of the provinces.
October 24, 2014

Latin I
Reginae fabulam nuntiabamus. Well the verb is nuntiabamus. And that means report. and it has the -abamus ending so would it mean: We reported Fabulam means story so would it be We reported the story to the queen?
October 24, 2014

Latin I
I need help translating these. Poetae pecuniam dabo. Reginae fabulam nuntiabamus. Vias provinciarum aedificas. Praedam patriae occupabant. Regina fabulam poetae laudabit. Agricolae terram Italiae laborabant. Fama, fortuna, et pecunia nautam vocant. Nauta puellae pecuniam dat. ...
October 24, 2014

Physics
what is the average force needed to stop a car traveling 28m/s in 55m?
February 19, 2013

Physics
what is the average force needed to stop a car traveling 28m/s in 55m?
February 19, 2013

english
what are the five reasons why knowlegde of english language registers is important in accounting and finance?
April 18, 2012

accounting
what are the five sentences about why you think knowledge of english language registers will be important in accounting and finance?
April 18, 2012

english
what are the five sentences about why you think knowledge of english language registers will be important in accounting and finance?
April 18, 2012

history
Rome what is a rule stating how the new ruler of an empire will be chosen?
January 7, 2012

history
what was the arena called that is said to have seated 250,000-300,000 pleople
January 7, 2012

Hist;ory
whin octavian took control of rome what did he change his name to?
January 7, 2012

science
Author Donald Kennedy thinks it is possible to find environmental solutions that are risk-free.
August 20, 2011

Math
From a 10-inch-by-19-inch piece of cardboard, 3-inch-square corners are cut out, as shown in the figure above, and the resulting flaps are folded up to form an open box. Find the surface area and volume of the open box
April 26, 2011

Precalc
We each had questions
March 16, 2011

Precalc
How do adjM work?
March 16, 2011

Algebra II
Write each polynomial as the product of two binomials. What's the answers? (x - 12)9 + x(x - 12) x(x + 7) + 9(x + 7) (x - 10)-9 + 7x(x - 10)
January 6, 2011

Physic
Nevermind! I just forgot to change from degrees to radians on my calculator
April 4, 2010

Physic
A mass attached to a spring oscillates with a period of 3.15 s. If the mass starts from rest at x = 0.0530 m and time t = 0, where is it at time t = 6.69 s? I found online that you use the equation x = Acos(2pi*t/T) where A is the amplitude, t is 6.69s and T is 3.15s but I ...
April 4, 2010

Physics
A 0.32 kg meter stick balances at its center. If a necklace is suspended from one end of the stick, the balance point moves 39.0 cm toward that end. What is the mass of the necklace?
March 21, 2010

Physics
When a ceiling fan rotating with an angular speed of 1.65 rad/s is turned off, a frictional torque of 0.263 N·m slows it to a stop in 4.75 s. What is the moment of inertia of the fan?
March 8, 2010

Physics
A 63 kg canoeist stands in the middle of her 19 kg canoe. The canoe is 3.0 m long, and the end that is closest to land is 2.5 m from the shore. The canoeist now walks toward the shore until she comes to the end of the canoe. a. When the canoeist stops at the end of her canoe, ...
March 7, 2010

Accounting-business
I can identified two stakeholders Big Eight accounting firm and Baker Greenleaf if these are correct and is there any others. In the case of The Dilemma of an Accountant. Who are the stakeholders and what is their stake in the case?
April 14, 2009

Accounting
I can identified two stakeholders Big Eight accounting firm and Baker Greenleaf if these are correct and is there any others. In the case of The Dilemma of an Accountant. Who are the stakeholders and what is their stake in the case?
April 13, 2009

Accounting
Can someone please help me with this because I am lost. In what circumstances would each approach to stakeholder impact analysis (moral standards, 5-question, and Pastin’s approach) be most useful? Generalize about the approaches and describe when each would be most or ...
April 8, 2009

Accounting
Can someone please help me with this because I am lost. In what circumstances would each approach to stakeholder impact analysis (moral standards, 5-question, and Pastin’s approach) be most useful? Generalize about the approaches and describe when each would be most or ...
April 7, 2009

History
Ok i had to do some research and answer some questions about MLK. I did alot of them but couldnt find the rest so can someone help me please. 1.How would this speech be different if it was written from a third person point of view? Does it change the meaning?Explain 2.Who and ...
January 29, 2009

psychology
can anybody direct me towards empirical studies (peer reviewed journal articles) done no earlier than the year 2004 on language development in infants or in early childhood? thanks
January 15, 2009

Physical Science
if you are a astronaut and you got to a planet with no magnetic field and you have no supplys all you have is 2 bars 1 magnitized and 1 is not how do you tell which 1 is magnitized and which isnt
March 24, 2008

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