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December 11, 2013

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Chemistry
I'm dumb. I'm sorry I still don't understand.

Of Mice and Men ASAP
Hi My summer reading list is due on monday and i'm running out of time to finish this book (it has 6 chapters) I don't have the book with me anymore sadly because it wasn't my book. I wanna know if you can tell me the conflict in each chapter please please please t...

I was gonna do a summary for each chapter but it's not asking me that it's asking for a plot

I'm doing my summer reading list and I need help these are the instructions "Have notes for each chapter (or story or part of the novel—depending on how the novel is arranged) with the following points: main characters, conflict, and plot. This will help you with...

Geometry, Help
Compare and Contrast Describe the difference between saying that two segments are congruent and saying that two segments have equal length. When would you use each phrase?

Geometry
1.Explain why we use the formula AB = |a - b| to find the distance of a segment. Include why you need to subtract and why you need to take the absolute value. The formula for finding vector AB is AB = b - a where a and b are the position vectors OA and OB respectively then the...

English; Help/Check.
Thanks. Is their anyway you could give me more Ideas on adding more to this? It needs to be 3 paragraphs

English; Help/Check.
Okay.. I believe I fixed it now. Leprechauns and Fairy's; Leprechauns are fairy-like mischievous creatures in Irish folklore. They are in a form of a old man. Leprechauns have been reported to be no bigger then a small child or no bigger then a finger. If they are spotted ...

English; Help/Check.
Leprechauns and Fairy's; Leprechauns are fairy-like mischievous creatures in Irish folklore. They are in a form of a old man. Leprechauns have been reported to be no bigger then a small child or no bigger then a finger. If they are spotted by human they are granted three w...

English; Help/Check.
Leprechauns and Fairy's; Leprechauns are fairy-like mischievous creatures in Irish folklore. They are in a form of a old man. Leprechauns have been reported to be no bigger then a small child or no bigger then a finger. If they are spotted by human they are granted three ...

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