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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 ...

Spanish
http://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=Canaima+National+Park&* Read, read, read, and take good notes.

English
Look up "subjective" here: http://www.dictionary.com Then re-think.

Language Arts
You're welcome!

Language Arts
1. correct 2. correct 3. correct Nice job!

Math - Trigonometry
From bobpursley, one of our math tutors: It is 32.25 degrees. The 15' is 15 minutes. 60 min per degree. NO ONE does those anymore. They do decimals.

Social studies
Read through Related Questions below.

Riddle
Who knows?

English
If you already have such information about the apps, then you might add personal details (little stories) about how each one has helped someone. You could be referring to yourself or a friend or a fictional person. I have no knowledge of these apps except a little bit about ...

chemistry?
??

English
Anonymous is incorrect. When you use 'dancing,' the present participle of the verb, it can serve as an adjective. In your sentences, 'dance' and 'dancing' are being used as adjectives to describe 'class,' not as subjects. Both your sentences are...

LA
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1428370793

english
No ... an adverb. It tells WHERE the dog looked.

English
In your sentence 1, you'd use the second pronunciation Steve gave you for "complex." Both are fine to use as adjectives in your sentences, yes.

Spanish
I've sent this to Sra. Please check back to see her reply.

English
I disagree.

history
I'd choose a, money!

Geography
http://www.quia.com/files/quia/users/mcasby/thirdss/hemispheresmed.gif Let us know what you think.

Grammar
Yes, there are two of them. on top of the historic rock Nice job!

LAnguage arts
Please read through Related Questions below.

World History
Elsa, please concentrate on your own work and let tutors handle these kinds of posts. This student is asking one of us to help him/her cheat. That is not allowed here.

World History
Nope! You write it and someone here may check it over for you, but no one here will write your assignment for you.

MUSIC HELPPP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Yes, A.

SCIENCE - incomplete
What following ... ?? In any case, be sure to read through Related Questions below.

sience
Read lots and read carefully: http://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=smallest+stars&* http://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=medium+stars&* http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_largest_stars

Riddle
Who knows?

english
It looks as if a, c, and d would all be correct.

EDTECH
D is good, and so is B. It's up to what you read in your text.

Math! Help Hurry!
You really don't want me to help you with math!! Please have patience and wait for a math tutor.

Follow directions
On the Post a New Question page where you posted each of these, you should have read and followed these directions: Homework Posting Tips Please show your work. Tutors will not do your homework for you. Please show your work for any question that you are posting. You need to ...

Stop now!
You need to follow directions and post what YOU THINK about each of these math problems. If you continue to spam this board, you're heading toward being banned.

english answer check please, 4 questions
http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/06/ The information here is according to the 8th edition of the MLA Handbook. Bookmark this website, and use the list at the left as your table of contents

English
What is your question?

Social Studies 6th grade
Yes.

english
1 - 3 are correct. 4 and 5 are incorrect.

English
YW!!

English
You're welcome, I think! Only two possibilities left ... you should find it easy now!

English
I disagree again. That's two wrong guesses. Please don't post about this question again.

English
I disagree with B, then.

English
"human wrist technique" <~~?? What does that mean?

English
Because "for the bus" is not telling what the dollars look like or are like. That phrase is not DESCRIBING the dollars. However, it is answering one of the questions that adverbs are used for: "Adverbs can be single words, or they can be phrases or clauses. ...

English
Does it tell why "I need"? If so, then it's adverbial.

english
I agree with your choices.

Language
All these are very specific to what is in your text. Have you read it? We don't have access to your text, whether it's a textbook or an online text.

LA PLEASE HELP!!!!!!
If you have read whatever this is (story? play? poem? or??), it should be really clear. Have you read it? Why did Azaz give Milo the letters?

LAnguage arts
No. That's two wrong guesses. Please don't post about this again.

LAnguage arts
You must need to look up some words that you're not 100% sure of. Also, be sure you are clear on who is speaking to whom. http://www.dictionary.com Look up these: beloved aspirations master passion gain engross

LAnguage arts
And you think ... ??

Comprehension
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1489510835 No. What time of day is it "When the sun rises"? Be sure to look up all words that you are not completely sure of. http://www.dictionary.com

english
I agree.

English
It's a story included in this book: http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/40573

Vocab
Here's another website where you can find this type of information: http://www.etymonline.com

ELA plez help
Are you referring to how plays are written? Or how stories/novels are written?

English
Right

Comprehension
What time of day is it "when the sun rises"?

English
Is C supposed to be different from B?

Plz Help History
And you think ... ? Surely you know by now that you need to indicate what YOU THINK the correct answer is, and then someone will check your thinking.

What is "help"?
If you mean proofreading whole essays or research papers, the answer is no. However, someone might check over a very short paper or paragraph and make suggestions for improvement.

Spelling
Is rope thicker or thinner than string? Apply that answer to "string" in the second comparison. What do you think?

@Damon
=)

History
I agree. http://www.google.com/#q=battle+of+midway&*

Art
You're welcome!

Art
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eye_of_Providence Let us know what you decide.

Early childhood education?
For children of what age?

history
I think so, yes. "Social programs like Bolsa Família and Fome Zero are hallmarks of his time in office." Wikipedia article in those search results.

history
Your text will have the final word. I hope you have read about him in your text. I don't think it's A, though -- not from the other things I have read about him.

history
And you think ... ? http://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=president+lula&*

Present perfect tense
Correct.

Health
Right.

Stop now!
You're spamming the board with all these posts -- without a single thought of your own. If you go back and add what YOU THINK for each post (or what YOUR question about that particular problem is), someone might help you.

english
3 and 5 are fine, but I think there's one that fits better than 3 does!

English
All sentences look good. Usually, when someone teaches a class in the US in which students learn about careers, it's called Careers -- with capital C and in plural form. I'd rephrase #4 like this: He is a teacher of Chinese characters.

English
That is a fragment as written. If you put a question mark at the end, however, it'll be a complete sentence -- in the form of a question.

A suggestion ...
If you want to do yourself a favor, just put "Computers" in the subject space. No one here will have the slightest clue what BCIS means ... or care!! But "Computers" will get the right people's attention.

english
What literary terms (aka rhetorical devices) have you been studying? Read through many here until you find what you're looking for: http://www.virtualsalt.com/rhetoric.htm

World History
Ask yourself what the word "mining" means. Then ask where each of those things is found. http://www.dictionary.com

World History
You're welcome.

World History
I agree.

L.L
You're welcome.

L.L
Yes, both of those are correct, too.

L.L
Right. What is another?

L.L
1. Go to www.google.com 2. Type in elements of drama 3. Press Enter 4. Read lots.

social studies - cheater
No, and even if we did, no one will post them. If you continue this, you'll be banned for your cheating attempts.

English, If anyone did this please help
http://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=importance+of+being+earnest&* Surely, you'll find some help in at least one of these search results. Just make sure you don't copy and paste anything, or you'll be setting yourself up for ...

English
In #1 and #3, "for my birthday" means that was the reason for the gift. It could have been given ON your birthday or ON another day, but it's not exact. In #2, "on my birthday" is exact. It was given to you ON the exact day you celebrate your birthday.

ENGLISH
Did you figure it all out? The ellipsis (...) is used to indicate missing words in a quoted work, not a pause or a shift in content. Here's what you should have done: "I think we should wait a little longer, at least until the rain shows some signs of slowing down,&...

ENGLISH
Read about the ellipsis here: http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/marks/ellipsis.htm Read about dashes here: http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/marks/dash.htm Read about commas here: http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/commas.htm Then make corrections.

English, Language arts
Possibly. Read this carefully and then decide. http://typesofirony.com/the-3-types-of-irony/

quick question
Of course. They are plays or screenplays set to music. Did you see La La Land this year?

English
I agree. Nice job!

English
When they answer the question "why," then they are adverbial. 1 is correct. 2 and 3 are correct. Re-think the others and let us know.

English
That's not really a thesis statement because you don't take any arguable position about anything. You have stated facts, but that's about all. Read through these -- http://leo.stcloudstate.edu/acadwrite/thesistatement.html -- especially the first two. Then try again.

english
"Her class lies late and snores" You MIGHT be able to get away with saying there's some alliteration in this line, but since you need to consider all four lines, that is clearly not the answer for this particular question. Except for your incorrect definition of ...

English
You're welcome.

English
Almost! Just remove "to" after "reasonable" and you'll be all set! =)

English
Exactly that. Make the first sentence stop there and start a new sentence. Starting a new sentence will require some re-wording, which I've also told you how to do.

English
You followed some of my directions but not all. Re-do.

English
You don't get what? I told you exactly how to fix this sentence! If you rewrite it all, as I told you above, I'll check it for you.

English
I'd omit "to accept" and "as" and "and improve to" and put a period after "acceptable." I'd change "it" to "This practice" What do you get?

English
This makes no sense. Is there some punctuation missing and/or some excess words that need removing?

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