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American Government
http://www.google.com/search?q=%22unified+court+systems%22&rlz=1C5CHFA_enUS705US707&oq=%22unified+court+systems%22&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l5.7668j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 http://www.google.com/search?q=appellate+court&rlz=1C5CHFA_enUS705US707&oq=appellate+court&aqs=chrome.....

American Government
Or simply look them up at http://www.google.com

American Government
Again ... look up those terms at http://www.onelook.com Read, read, read ... and let us know.

American Government
No. Read ALL the definitions for each in the column at the right: http://www.onelook.com/?w=civil&ls=a http://www.onelook.com/?w=common+law&ls=a http://www.onelook.com/?w=felony&ls=a http://www.onelook.com/?w=misdemeanor&ls=a http://www.onelook.com/?w=tort&ls=a Let us know ...

What? Trying to cheat?
We have no clue because we don't have your text -- and wouldn't give out answers, anyway.

English
Either one works, but the second one is probably the more accurate.

English
The name "Yosemite" could be referring either to the park or to the valley, but in the first sentence above, I'd take it to be the whole park. http://www.shejapan.com/whs/yosemite/map.gif http://www.sierragatewaymap.com/yosemite_map.html

HOMEWORK DUMP
Once you add YOUR THOUGHTS to each of these posts of yours, a tutor might come online and help. They will not do your thinking and work for you, though. Notice the following on the Post a New Question page. Apparently you missed it EIGHT times! Homework Posting Tips Please ...

English
Both are grammatically correct, but 2 is far better -- the choice of "of" is the better preposition for this idea.

English
3 and 4 are still just fine. Yes, they are being used in positive sentences, but I've always heard, read, and used all these expressions except for 2 in your first post.

English
I would use all except sentence 2. The rest are fairly commonly used.

English
All are grammatically correct, and all are used just fine! No problem.

Math
Another way (watch the video, then try it with your numbers): http://www.khanacademy.org/math/arithmetic-home/multiply-divide/multi-digit-mult/v/multiplying-whole-numbers-and-applications-2

english
A commercial building?

English
If "v/vc" means there are two vowels followed by a consonant, I don't see any such words in this list. If "vc/v" means there is a consonant between two vowels, then all of these words fit that pattern.

writing
http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/ There needs to be a comma after the word "movie" and the title of the movie needs to be in italics or underlined.

English
#1 is how you read "March 29" Usually, we use the -th when we aren't using the year. However, even when we write March 29, 2015, the -th can be pronounced, even if it's not written.

English
Q1 -- yes Q2 -- #3 and #6 are the best; #1 and #4 are too informal to be used in a formal letter, and #2 and #5 don't need the "th."

English
=)

English
B15 2RX <~~That just looks like a postal code. http://postal-codes.cybo.com/united-kingdom/B42-2RX_birmingham/ In the US, each address has a 5-digit number, then a hyphen, then a 4-digit number. Mine used to be 92201-6671.

English
Again ... that code under the city's name is a postal code. Machines are programmed to read these numbers and sort mail more efficiently -- therefore resulting in faster delivery. =)

English
See your other post.

HCC
Oh, my!! I'd be happy with 1% or 2%!!

English
For that question, I'd use "base of argument" as the definition of "basic premise." What is the environmental act you're writing about? What is the basis/base of the argument regarding that act?

English
Anything by Ray Bradbury should work.

social studies
Undoubtedly, although I'm not sure there's always a certain number. They'd appoint the number they needed for the particular dangers they faced. http://www.stoa.org/projects/demos/article_assembly?page=19&greekEncoding=UnicodeC from http://www.stoa.org/projects/...

English-change the sentences into passive voice
All four are in active voice. That is, the subject is doing the action. http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/actionverb.htm Now you need to turn each sentence around and convert the verb to passive voice. ~~> The subject will NOT be doing the action of the verb. http://www....

English
An airplane is a vehicle with wings and one or more engines that enable it to fly through the air. In that sentence, the pronoun "it" is referring to its direct antecedent -- "vehicle." http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/pronounreference.htm Read ALL of this.

English
All are fine ... as Steve indicated in an earlier post.

English
Yes, all are correct and can be used.

English
Yes, all are fine.

English
1 is correct IF you mean "her" instead of "he." 2, 3, 4 are correct. 5 is not correct.

English
Apply Steve's ideas here. http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1479838691 Let me know what you think about the difference between these, if any.

texas history
Currently? Border security Health insurance Sanctuary cities I'm sure there are others, but those come to mind right now.

English
I've seen 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, and some slight variations. These are quite commonly used. I have not seen 4 and 5, but I think these would probably be used at the end of a love letter. They might be used in other circumstances, too.

English comp 1
In case you're still working on this ... Read the paragraph aloud TO SOMEONE! It will sound choppy because there are too many short sentences and fragments. THEN work on putting sentences together to make more naturally sounding sentences (not sounding like a 1st or 2nd ...

LA V-K
That's an opinion question. Only you can answer it! Frankly, I think kids should be in school more days each year and for more hours in each day. That way, they would be more likely to learn more and remember what they learn!

art - incomplete
What are "these pigments"?

English
All are fine. They are slightly different in meaning, but all are correctly written.

english
#7 is incorrect. #8 is correct.

spanish 1
No lo sé.

Math for "mercy" (2 days ago)
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1479687911

English
I think it means both. Will "you" be handed a brochure or a map or something? If so, then looking, as well as understanding, will happen

English
First set ... Since the verb in the active sentence is in the present perfect tense, the verb in the passive sentence should be, too. ~~ He has written this novel in easy English. (active) ~~ This novel has been written by him in easy English. (Since "He" is the ...

English
I don't know what "It" is supposed to be referring to in 3 - 5, but otherwise, the sentences are fine.

American government
Right

HOMEWORK DUMP?
Dy/Ana You need to indicate YOUR THOUGHTS about each of the problems you post -- how much you understand, where you get stuck, etc.

ss
Those would be my answers. You need to read those linked articles and decide if you agree with me or not!

ss
1. Since trappers didn't usually form settlements (they went where the animals were), I agree with Ms. Sue. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Oregon#Settlement_by_pioneers 2. I'd choose D for this one, partly because of the men's behavior and partly because ...

Income tax -- ?
That's wonderful. What's the question? I don't do taxes, but maybe one of our math tutors can help ... if you ask a question!!

English
Yes, both are correct.

English
All are fine. If you want the complete meaning of the active sentence to be carried into the passive sentence, then "by him" needs to be in all of them. However, including that makes all except the last one rather awkward.

English
No, "pay" and "draw" don't mean the same thing here. This is the correct phrasing for this idea: Please be quiet and pay attention to me. Other ways: Please be quiet and focus on what I'm saying. Eyes front! ------------------------------ Draw: The ...

English
To say "the game came to a draw" means that the teams tied. But to say a team drew ... means that the team will play the other team next or soon. So here are the possibilities: 1. The game between Korea and Japan came to a draw. 2. Korea tied the game against Japan. ...

American Government
1. I disagree; what do you think this phrasing indicates? we have not interfered and shall not interfere ...not to interfere 2. I agree. 3. Probably, but who really knows what happens to the money the US sends to some of the countries.

Chemistry?
"Bsc" means nothing to our tutors.

computer science - incomplete

American Government
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1479720862

English
1. I think you mean, "What are the animals in Canada with the largest populations?" One answer can be this: "There are several types of big cats, as well as wolves and foxes, that make up much of Canada's wildlife population." http://en.wikipedia.org/...

English
I'd say it like this: control: to have the power to make decisions / and decide what will happen to something

English
Yes, all have the same meaning. All are used about evenly, I think.

math
Ø is the math symbol called "theta" It comes from the 8th letter in the Greek alphabet: http://www.omniglot.com/images/writing/classical_attic.gif

History!!! help asap
... and when? http://www.thestoryoftexas.com/discover/texas-history-timeline Scroll down to the timeline -- the circled dates and eras. Then you need to address Ms. Sue's question. Your answer needs to include whose perspectives to consider.

English
1. Go to www.google.com 2. Type in "flower of love" oscar wilde analysis (including the quotation marks 3. Press Enter. 4. Read lots.

history
Then the answers are undoubtedly in your text. You should go back and read it, more than once if need be. You can also google the topic, of course. 1. Go to www.google.com 2. Type in how were the south and the north the same 3. Press Enter. 4. Read lots.

history
Answering yourself as you answer yourself! Not clever!! What do YOU THINK about how the North and the South were the same? Or have you googled the topic yet?

Math - needs help
... unable to follow directions, but needs help anyway.

english
The play: http://nfs.sparknotes.com/romeojuliet/ Which movie: http://www.google.com/search?q=romeo+and+juliet+movie&oq=romeo+and+&aqs=chrome.4.0j69i65j69i57j0l3.4619j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

english
That's your assignment. What kind of help do you need? What don't you understand about this assignment?

science
http://www.google.com/search?q=earth+tectonic+plate+map&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiehtH6zLfQAhVIKiYKHeDDAnQQsAQIHA&biw=1366&bih=638 Here are images showing you the earth's plates. Where are the volcanoes located, do you think?

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 ...

english
I haven't read those, but the following may help you with the organizing and writing. ----------------------------------- Whenever you are writing a comparison/contrast paper (paragraph, essay, research paper), you need to plan it out very carefully on paper first. Try ...

English
#1 means that he's traveling (roaming) all over the place (God's creation), but he still wants to be back home. #3 and #5 are identical, right? Those two mean the same thing as #1.

English
"at home" means back in his home town, not a particular building.

English
Yes, all those sentences are fine.

English
In 1, I'd use the verb "tied" not "drew." 2 and 3 are fine.

English
Sentences 4 - 9 are correct. And no, "the" should not be used before "cosmetics" or "makeup."

English
2, 4, 6, 8, 10, and 12 are not correct. These infinitives all need to be "to be" infinitives, not action verb infinitives. The other sentences are correct. I wouldn't delete "to be."

Health
I agree.

HOMEWORK DUMP
Wow, homework dump, for sure. =( And not a thought of your own to let the tutors know what you know and where you need help. Did you forget to read all the directions on the Post a New Question page ... eight times? Homework Posting Tips Please show your work. Tutors will not ...

History
"the government" of what country?

home economic
Read through the Related Questions below.

English
Using present tense in sentence 1 is a bit strange since we don't really know. In 2, I'd use "would" instead of "will" since it's a possibility not a fact. 3 is fine.

English
=)

English
Is Dokdo a group of islands? Ah yes, I see it is. I'd use "in" or "among" in sentences 1 and 2, then. Otherwise, everything looks good!

Cheating?
No, sorry.

English
The word "at" means right at that hour, so "at 7 p.m." means it! The word "around" means close to that hour, maybe a few minutes before or after. While "at around" is not really incorrect, it is rather self-contradictory!! I would use ...

english
http://www.wordcentral.com/cgi-bin/student?book=Student&va=morpheme A morpheme may or may not be a syllable. Make sure you don't confuse the two. Syllables = mal ad min is tra tion Morphemes = mal ad ministra tion People argue about these things, though, so your teacher ...

English
These are fine. Either below or under works well.

English
Look at the structure in this picture. It is on the left side of the flagpole in the picture on page 163. This structure is used for helicopters. Helicopters take off and land here. What is this place? It is a heliport. (only two corrections) =)

English
Probably. Read about Scout here: http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/mocking/canalysis.html

computer
1. Go to www.google.com 2. Type in palm top 3. Press the Enter key. 4. Read, read, read.

English
Yes, both sentences are fine.

English
Angelina is right. Sentence 2 is the better sentence.

Drivers ED
No. Generally, you have to do more than that before you can turn right on a red light.

English
All are correct and, yes, they all mean about the same thing. I'm not sure any of them is more commonly used than the others.

art/history
Which do you think it is?

English
"for" -- this sentence is a general statement that education is good for them. "to" -- this sentence indicates that the students consider education important to them.

English
I'd say #2 is the active version of #1.

english
And you think it's ... ?

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