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I just took this class and got an A- in it I would be glad to help you out. Which article did you choose? "How telephones work" What type of introduction does the writer use? "Include Interesting facts about the subject." What is the impact of that kind of ...
July 6, 2008
stereotyping can affect grop relations in a negative manner because the thought of being labelled as some particular group sets in which spoils the relations of groups with each other.thius is when a grop is stereotyped as being inferior or less than another group.
April 3, 2008
Bess filled a syringe with water and left it by the sink in the sunshine. Ten minutes later she saw a puddle of water under the syring tip so she thought it was broken, but it wasnt. What do you think caused the little puddle of water to appear under the syringe tip?
February 4, 2008
Jake has a 3 foot long peice of wood that he wants to make into a triangular frame. He cuts a peice off of the board that is 1 foot 5 inches long. From the remaining board he cuts off another peice that is 7 inches long. He now has 3 peices of wood. Will he be able to fit 3 ...
January 18, 2008
contemporary buisness communications
for what audience or readership do you think the article "blogs will change your business" was written? what is the purpose of the article (to entertain, inform, persuade, or a combination)? explain answer how do the writers organize information in the article? what ...
November 13, 2007
Does anyone have the superior knowledge as to where I could find an easy read translation of Romeo and Juliet for no price at all on the Internet?? Thank you for your valuable time and wonderful guiness. you could just read spark notes summaries Thank you for using the Jiskha ...
February 22, 2007
A SALT IS OBTAINED AS A REACTION BETWEEN A SALT (and water) IS OBTAINED AS A REACTION BETWEEN a base and an acid. See: http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/chemical/acidbase.html http://lrs.ed.uiuc.edu/students/erlinger/water/background/ph.html I hope this helps. Thanks ...
September 30, 2006