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biology
See your other post.
November 16, 2015

Biology
Since Jiskha doesn't have a biology expert at this time, please try posting your question at this site. http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/ In addition, be sure to make really good use of KhanAcademy! http://www.khanacademy.org/science/biology Choose from the ...
November 16, 2015

English
All are fine. Nice!
November 16, 2015

English
#1 says it all!! #s 3 and 4 are OK, but 1 is best.
November 16, 2015

English
... busy, yes ... and now banned!
November 15, 2015

Philoophy
http://www.hackcollege.com/blog/2011/11/23/infographic-get-more-out-of-google.html There are many different ways to make Google work better for you. Read through this, bookmark the site, and try out the different ways to find information. =)
November 15, 2015

Philosophy
Go to www.google.com Enter this -- define:philosophy Read, read, read. Then enter this -- define:logic Read more.
November 15, 2015

English
... or "threw it back." (My grandfather's phrasing!) =)
November 13, 2015

Language Arts
http://www.heritage.isd197.org/common/pages/DisplayFile.aspx?itemId=23695093 Make sure YOU have read this story. Cofer is an excellent writer. Are you clear on what the term "exposition" means?
November 13, 2015

social studies PLEASE HELP
1. people in most societies cannot improve their status 2. they are based mainly on age 3. people can improve their status by getting a good education 4. they are based mainly on gender Well, 2 and 4 are out because social classes include both genders and all ages. 1 is a ...
November 13, 2015

???
Can you spell "jabberwocky"? http://www.thefreedictionary.com/Jabberwockey
November 13, 2015

history
Where?
November 13, 2015

Economics
Wow -- you're expecting someone to do your entire assignment for you? That won't happen, but if you post what YOU THINK, then a math/econ tutor might be able to help you.
November 12, 2015

Civics!!
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eighth_Amendment_to_the_United_States_Constitution Read carefully. It's not difficult.
November 12, 2015

Language arts.
What selection?
November 12, 2015

Art
In what piece of art? I don't see anything here.
November 12, 2015

1 question social studies
I agree with Freedom -- that it's B.
November 12, 2015

1 question social studies
A and B make sense, but C and D do not. You should go back into your text and see what is emphasized in the section where this topic is discussed.
November 12, 2015

Career
I'd go with D for #1. I've noticed before that your mom is just about always right!
November 12, 2015

Career
I agree with you on 2 and 3. Please re-think 1.
November 12, 2015

MLA citation
Actually, since you've named the title of the online article you're quoting from, I don't think anything needs to be in parentheses. Just make sure the complete reference is included in your Works Cited, though.
November 12, 2015

MLA citation
You need to have each source of information cited in TWO places: 1. the Works Cited page that is placed after the last page of your paper, and 2. in parentheses in the text of your paper, immediately after the quotation or paraphrase. The information in the Works Cited page is...
November 12, 2015

careers
See Related Questions below.
November 12, 2015

Art
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1423181917
November 12, 2015

William Pescod High School
Ask your school counselor for help. What are your grades in those classes? If they're high, then you have more choices. What do you want to do? Try these interest inventories to help you focus on your interests. http://www.mynextmove.org/explore/ip http://www.careertech....
November 12, 2015

conversion
1. Go to http://www.google.com 2. Type in what you want, for example 45 degrees Fahrenheit to celsius 3. Press the Enter key. What do you find?
November 12, 2015

social studies please help me just 3 questionsASAP
chloe = Regan Playing games, answering herself, or ???
November 12, 2015

english
What's in the sentence guide? Is all this in a textbook you're using? or what?
November 10, 2015

english
I don't know what "cv" is referring to. It could be ... Cherry Valley Coachella Valley curriculum vitae or any number of other things. In what context does this appear? In some directions? In a book? or what?
November 10, 2015

english
I'm a retired English teacher.
November 10, 2015

english
Yes, those are the ones!! =)
November 10, 2015

english
=)
November 10, 2015

english
"Emphatic forms, sometimes called the emphatic tenses or emphatic mood, are made with the auxiliary verb do in the present or past tense + the base form of the verb ... " What are the different forms of the verb "do"?
November 10, 2015

english
Did you read through that first link above? Let me know what you decide on, and I'll check your work for you.
November 10, 2015

english
In verbs? http://www.usingenglish.com/glossary/emphatic-form.html http://leo.stcloudstate.edu/grammar/tenses.html
November 10, 2015

computer literacy
Are you given choices? Or are you supposed to guess?
November 10, 2015

soc
??? Have you been given choices?
November 10, 2015

Language Arts
I disagree. Did you read any of the linked articles in those search results? Try this one: http://kb327.k12.sd.us/MMS_Braffet_LA/Non_Fiction_Side_Along_files/TROUBLE%20WITH%20TELEVISION-09192013190337.pdf
November 10, 2015

Language Arts (no apostrophe needed)
http://www.google.com/search?q=Robert+MacNeil%27s+main+point+in+%22The+Trouble+With+Television%22&oq=Robert+MacNeil%27s+main+point+in+%22The+Trouble+With+Television%22&aqs=chrome..69i57.1522j0j7&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=119&ie=UTF-8 What do you decide?
November 10, 2015

Art help!
Why are you guessing? Don't you have a text or something that you're studying? Or are you just supposed to guess? Look what happens when I put the title and painter into Google: http://www.google.com/search?q=Zues+by+David+H.&oq=Zues+by+David+H.&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i61...
November 10, 2015

Probability -- needs help
Your subject is not "URGENT"! It's math or probability. Then the right tutor will find your question. In addition, you need to indicate what YOU THINK and what YOU have done so far to solve this.
November 10, 2015

hygiene
Then you need to speak to your teacher about this. If you cannot find it in your text, then your teacher should be able to TEACH you what you are supposed to learn. That's what a teacher is there for -- in person or online.
November 10, 2015

hygiene
This must be very specific to your text. Look what happens when I ask your question at www.google.com -- http://www.google.com/search?q=8+principles+in+hygiene&oq=8+principles+in+hygiene&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i61.2403j0j7&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=122&ie=UTF-8
November 10, 2015

Social Studies
1. Go to www.google.com 2. Type in MAHAJANAPADA and press Enter. 3. Read, read, read.
November 10, 2015

chemistry?
??
November 10, 2015

Introduction to computers
What does your text say? Or have you even tried playing around with Win7 to find out. [Hint: Click on the Start button (bottom at the far left), then on Control Panel, then on System. Read carefully.]
November 10, 2015

Introduction to computers
What does your text say?
November 10, 2015

Introduction to computers
What does your text say? Certainly, if you're truly taking a course in all this, you have a text!
November 10, 2015

English
You should also omit the word "light." The phrasing is "blow out the candle."
November 10, 2015

English
OH pra (first syllable is stressed)
November 9, 2015

english
Follow the writing process: Prewriting: Brainstorm, research, plan, outline, thesis statement Writing: Write first draft by starting with section II of your outline; write the introduction after the body of the paper is written; write the conclusion last. Polishing: Revise, ...
November 9, 2015

Social Studies
This looks like a test, which no one here will write for you. You let us know what YOU THINK the answers are, and someone here will be happy to check your work.
November 9, 2015

Comm Tech
No, sorry.
November 9, 2015

Comm Tech
PsyDAG also means that, since he cannot see the scatter plot, there's no way to tell about 4 and 5.
November 9, 2015

Comm Tech
PsyDAG means that A and B are correct. You and your mom have the same answers, so you're both correct. He also means that, since he cannot see the scatter plot, there's no way to tell about 4 and 5.
November 9, 2015

social studies
See Related Questions below.
November 9, 2015

career and career choices
http://data.bls.gov/search/query/results?cx=013738036195919377644%3A6ih0hfrgl50&q=economics+inurl%3Abls.gov%2Fooh%2F Read lots. Then research individual jobs of the same name(s) in your own country.
November 9, 2015

Grammar
In these questions, "tired" and "exhausted" are past participles of verbs being used as predicate adjectives: -- Are you tired? -- Are you exhausted? But in the others, "tire" and "exhaust" are being used as main verbs (not participles/...
November 9, 2015

Grammar
These are not passives. They are questions. You are tired = a statement with a linking verb and predicate adjective. The question format just reverses the subject and verb. Did you tire = a question that usually needs an adverb or a direct object. -- Did you tire easily when ...
November 9, 2015

Is this cheating?
I agree with Ms. Sue. That's a form of cheating. Take your lumps, and never do this again.
November 8, 2015

SC
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_counties_in_South_Carolina Scroll down and click on the counties that you want more info about. You can also search for particular cities or general areas of the state at www.google.com
November 8, 2015

English
It's a position that argues against the main stance in a paper. See http://www.powa.org and click on Convice. Read about counter arguments here.
November 8, 2015

english
Yes
November 7, 2015

English
I like this phrase on that linked webpage: "regardless of logic" =)
November 7, 2015

English
... and that comma, yes. Thanks, Ms. Sue. =)
November 7, 2015

English
If you are using British English, yes, it's correct. If you are using American English, the period at the end needs to be before the closing quotation marks. http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/marks/quotation.htm
November 7, 2015

Spread sheets
The easiest way to find something like this is to go to http://www.google.com and enter your search terms. I went there and entered Common balance spread sheets layout help and found many websites that should be helpful to you. Try it ... and if you don't find what you ...
November 7, 2015

Algebra 2: is anyone here?
Oh, my goodness! Impatient AND rude! I think Damon deserves more than a 5% raise!!
November 6, 2015

English
All are fine, except for "camping" in #3. The term "camp site" as in #1 is correct.
November 6, 2015

English
I'd use "at" and possibly "on" if he were fishing from a boat. The word "in" would work if he were standing in the lake, probably with waders on. http://www.mychamplain.net/sites/default/files/fly_fishing%202.jpg
November 6, 2015

English
I'd use "on" and "at."
November 6, 2015

History
Yes!!
November 6, 2015

History
Clearly, you need to read them. http://constitution.findlaw.com/amendments.html
November 6, 2015

English
http://www.google.com/search?q=define+paradox&oq=define+paradox&aqs=chrome..69i57.3237j0j7&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=122&ie=UTF-8 Let us know what you decide.
November 6, 2015

Taking a test?
If you indicate what YOU THINK the answers are, someone here will check your work.
November 6, 2015

3rd Math
So now -- which of those is clearly the largest number? 0.166666666... 0.333333333... 0.25 And once you decide that, you can choose the longest length of ribbon. Which do you choose?
November 6, 2015

3rd Math
That's incorrect for 1/6. Please try again.
November 6, 2015

3rd Math
Convert fractions to decimals. Do you know how to do that? Go to www.google.com Enter each fraction and press Enter. Write down what each fraction converts to. What do you come up with? 1/6 = http://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=1%2F6 1/3 = 1/4 =
November 6, 2015

English
It's not bad English. I'd rephrase the answer slightly, though ... like this: There is no school today because it is a school holiday.
November 6, 2015

3rd Math
right
November 6, 2015

3rd Math
Convert the fractions to decimals and you'll see it easily: 3/6 = 0.50 3/8 - 0.375 What do you think?
November 6, 2015

Accounting
Only you can answer this, you know. Re-read what you posted and you'll see why.
November 6, 2015

Language
http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/commasplice.htm Read this webpage VERY CAREFULLY, and then let us know what you decide.
November 5, 2015

English
What? Where?
November 5, 2015

English
affects You need a correction, though: Use "their" instead of "them" in front of "growing." http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/gerunds.htm#possessive I'd also omit "towards others" since isolation takes care of the idea.
November 5, 2015

History
Yes
November 5, 2015

History
Right
November 5, 2015

Language Arts Please Help
You're welcome.
November 5, 2015

Language Arts Please Help
Yes, you're right. Did you find the subordinating conjunctions chart down farther on that same linked webpage? Be sure to bookmark that page if you'll be dealing with conjunctions some more.
November 5, 2015

Language Arts Please Help
http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/conjunctions.htm#top
November 5, 2015

Language Arts Please Help
1, 3, 4, and 5 are correct. Since there is no FANBOYS conjunction in 2, what do you think?
November 5, 2015

Language Arts
yes
November 5, 2015

Language Arts
See your other post. What have you decided about #2
November 5, 2015

Personification
You're welcome.
November 5, 2015

Personification
Yes, C.
November 5, 2015

NEED HELP ASP English
I have no idea unless you use it in a sentence.
November 5, 2015

NEED HELP ASP English
is it glass's and glasses'? <~~Yes, you're correct.
November 5, 2015

NEED HELP ASP English
singular = one thing, person, idea, place plural = two or more things, people, ideas, places Possessives are usually indicated in English by the use of apostrophes. http://literacy.kent.edu/Midwest/Materials/ndakota/spelling/lesson5.html
November 5, 2015

NEED HELP ASP English
Not quite. Check out my examples below: The glass's design is beautiful. (one glass; it "owns" the design) The glasses' gold rims wrecked the microwave. (more than one glass; they "own" the gold rims)
November 5, 2015

Possessives
girl's dress (girl's = is singular possessive) girls' sports (girls' = is plural possessive)
November 5, 2015

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