Posts by carrie
Total # Posts: 334
To answer your first question, no the will not sound the same. Give of the same vibration? That they will. But they won't give off the same sound because of tone, pitch, and most importantly the instrument.
March 1, 2008
Hi, i am working with the treaty versailles but i am not sure how to answer this question: Why would the allies (Britain, France, U.S.A AND Canada) think that the term which states "Germany must accept the responsability for causing all the loss and damage that the allies...
February 19, 2008
My assignment is to write a newspaper article for a British coloum in summer of the year 1914 when world war one just began. I need to state the reasons why the world war one began through the eyes of Britain. I don't know how to start or what to say can you help me?
February 12, 2008
A business pays weekly salaries of $20,000 on Friday for a five-day week ending on that day. The adjusting entry necessary at the end of the fiscal period ending on Thursday is: debit Salaries Payable, $16,000; credit Cash, $16,000 debit Salary Expense, $16,000; credit Drawing...
November 29, 2007
Yea that's what I am thinking now. cause this is what i found as a defintion of deferred expense A cost that has been recorded in the accounting records and reported on the balance sheet as an asset until matched with revenues on the income statement in a later accounting ...
November 29, 2007
The question is: Deferred expenses have _________. choices below got to choose from 1. not yet been recorded as expenses or paid 2. been recorded as expenses and paid 3. been incurred and paid 4. not yet been recorded as expenses The answer that I am thinking is right, is Not ...
November 29, 2007
My teacher asked us to write a poem in the style of Langston Hughes' poem Theme for English B, and I don't see a style. I reread several of Hughes' poems. He used short lines and short words. Some had rhyme schemes, but many did not. He also wrote about the plight ...
August 14, 2007
please help - maths
Data are collected on the average second-hand price of a particular model of car, from back copies of car trading magazines. The model of car was manufactured in 2000. Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 Average price (£) 11015 5920 4123 3171 2587 Taking 2001 as year 1, 2002 ...
May 18, 2007
The volume of the box is represented by (x^2+5x+6)(x+5). Find the polynomial that represents the area of the bottom of the box. can some explain how to get the solution Divide the volume by the height to get the area of the bottom. You don't say what the height is. You ...
May 9, 2007
If MP of labor is rising, then AV must be rising too. Is this True or False? do some research, then take a shot. Hint: your text probably has a graph with both marginal and average (cost or production) curves. Is there a level where the M curve is rising while the AV curve is ...
March 26, 2007
I posted a question under First Amendment, would you look at the question and give your opinion? I'm not finding it Carrie. I Posted the question under first amendment question I will pass since government is not my field.
January 25, 2007
First Amendment Question
Which would be permitted under the establishment clause of the First Amendemnt? 1. A public elementary school inviting a local pastor to visit each morning to open the day with a prayer in the gym for any students who wish to attend. 2. Public high school students voluntarily ...
January 25, 2007
English rep of an algebraic problem
Hello, I need HEEEELP. I need to create one statement in English representing an algebraic relationship. I think I have the right idea but not to sure. Thanks Have a great day!!! Why not tell us your idea and we can help you if it is the right idea or not.
January 11, 2007
math problem check
would some one please see if I am correct with these problems 1.Add. write the answer in simpliest form. 3/11 + 9/11 + 1/11= 13/11= 1 1/2 2. Subtract write the answer in lowest term. 19/24 - 7/24= 12/24 = 1/2 3. Victor owned 9/10 of a family business he sold 2/5 of the ...
January 6, 2007
Would the sentence below be: SIMPLE, COMPLEX, COMPOUND, or COMPOUND COMPLEX? The students prepared for the exam, and the instructors administered it on Thursday. Would it be a compound sentence? You are right. These are two independent clauses, since each would stand as a ...
December 1, 2006
Children's Reading and Writing Habits
Research findings have shown that: A. reading and writing skills develop at the same time. B. children begin the process of literacy once they have learned to read short sentences. C. literacy is properly limited to reading and writing. D. children's emergent reading ...
November 26, 2006
Which would be an example of internal locus of control? Jessie was involved in a car accident. Using his strong internal locus of control,he believes that ______ caused the accident. A. A BRAKE FAILURE B. A POORLY MARKED STREET SIGN C. HIS SISTER PLAYING THE RADIO TOO LOUD D. ...
November 4, 2006
JUST A QUESTION
wHICH OF THESE SENTENCES IS GRAMMATICALLY CORRECT? A. She should of typed the report. B. Should you get a pencil off her? c. The new salesclerk waited on me. D. They had to wait for John and I. C, I think Si, it is c. Being unable to type the letter, the boss fired me. whats ...
October 21, 2006
2x+3x+8-3x=4..........whats x you need to get X on one side by itself - by 1st subtrating 8 and so forth..... you need to get X on one side by itself - by 1st subtrating 8 from both sides and so forth...
October 12, 2006
5x+3-45 = 6x+9-30/1 you want to group like terms. subtract the 5x from both sides, so you have 3-45= 6x-5x-30/1 you will then have -42 = x -30 add 30 to both sides and you get -12 = x
September 19, 2006
what do you call the numbers that cannot be arranged into 2 row arrays The 4th time I'm seeing this question. Would you please tell me what class this question is for? I'm not aware of any special name for 2 row arrays and I'd like to know the answer too. Is this ...
August 31, 2006