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December 9, 2016
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**english**

I posted my work a few minutes ago, can somebody check it for me please. thanks a lot. Rose

*March 25, 2008*

**english -**

can somebody proofread my work please. rose

*March 25, 2008*

**english -**

Describe a time when your moral values influenced the way you responded to an issue. What differences did you notice between your logical reasoning process and your moral reasoning process? What were the possible consequences or outcomes of your decision? (150-200) Three years...

*March 25, 2008*

**english-final revision**

Thanks a lot Ms. Sue. Have a great easter. Rose

*March 22, 2008*

**english- final revision**

In the first argument, the writer is trying to establish a plausible argument on catastrophic events, such as the 911 attacks on the World Trade Center, and how we as Americans are more susceptible to react with rage, when an event of this magnitude hits closer to home. ...

*March 22, 2008*

**englishrevised**

what to you suggest for those words.

*March 22, 2008*

**engglish revised**

In the first argument, the writer is trying to establish a plausible argument on catastrophic events, such as the 911 attacks on the World Trade Center, and how we as Americans are more susceptible to react with rage, when an event of this magnitude hits closer to home. ...

*March 22, 2008*

**english: revised**

In the first argument, the writer is trying to establish a plausible argument on catastrophic events, such as the 911 attacks on the World Trade Center, and how we as Americans are more susceptible to react with rage, when an event of this magnitude hits closer to home. ...

*March 22, 2008*

**english: please hel.**

can someone help me please.

*March 22, 2008*

**english: please hel.**

This is the article: Controlling Irrational Fears After 9/11* We present this selection as an example of a fairly well-reasoned argumentative essay. There is more here than arguments—there’s some window dressing and you’ll probably find some slanters here and ...

*March 22, 2008*

**english3**

I changed the whole paragraph to this: The writer attempts to make a case that the main stream of psychiatric and medical knowledge is wrong.Therefore, the author presents a case that in reality is unfounded because he has no substancial fact to support his claim.

*March 20, 2008*

**english2- please check**

ms Sue, I have sent an essay to be checked. You can send me that one tomorrow. Please. thank you.

*March 20, 2008*

**english2- please check**

Ms. Sue, is the paragraph well written.

*March 20, 2008*

**english2- please check**

The article that I choose is " The "R" Word how do you avoid saying "retarded"? The writer has used a general impression on the issue of the word retarded which basically concludes that the word retarded has always been seen as a demining word. ...

*March 20, 2008*

**english2- please check**

Post your response to the following: Select one of the essays from the Examples of Effective Conclusions section in Effective Introductions and Conclusions. Which article did you choose? What kind of conclusion does the writer use? What is the impact of that kind of conclusion...

*March 20, 2008*

**English**

Ms. Sue, You said that my answer does not make sense. What should I do. Please advise.

*March 20, 2008*

**English**

Ms. Sue, I have sent to you, two other assignments for your reviw did you receive them. Please let me know. Thank you very much. r

*March 20, 2008*

**critical thinking**

Thank you so much..... are you reading the essay or the assignment on the letter "R" . r

*March 20, 2008*

**critical thinking**

Need serious help on this Ms. Sue, Assignment: Argument Evaluation · Read the article “Controlling Irrational Fears After 9/11” on pp. 456-458 of Appendix 1. · Identify at least two arguments in the article. Outline the premises and conclusions of each ...

*March 20, 2008*

**english**

Thanks...

*March 20, 2008*

**english**

How are you? I just want to thank you for your help last night. God bless and have a great Easter. Rose

*March 20, 2008*

**english**

Ms. Sue, I am really lost. I am not too sure about what the author is trying to convey to his audience.

*March 20, 2008*

**english**

I read it bu I am not sure. Please help.

*March 20, 2008*

**english**

I posted the question along with my answer. Ms. sue said that what I wrote does not make sense. What do you advise me to do. thanks,

*March 20, 2008*

**english**

Question: Post your response to the following: Select one of the essays from the Examples of Effective Conclusions section in Effective Introductions and Conclusions. Which article did you choose? What kind of conclusion does the writer use? What is the impact of that kind of ...

*March 20, 2008*

**english**

(Please check my essay for me) thank you very much. Subject: Oil and Gas Prices Introduction: The economy is influenced by many factors that determine its surplus or deficit. Throughout the last several decades, we have seen the world’s dependency on Oil and Gas, which ...

*March 20, 2008*

**English - Criticla thinking**

1) It is an article of faith among some economists that the significant inventions of the contemporary world are the results of the innovative genius of big business organizations. (2) Yet in the United States, the current trend toward corporate mergers has been accompanied by...

*March 19, 2008*

**english critical th.**

Help please! This is my last question. I change my answer to "B"

*March 19, 2008*

**english critical th.**

1) It is an article of faith among some economists that the significant inventions of the contemporary world are the results of the innovative genius of big business organizations. (2) Yet in the United States, the current trend toward corporate mergers has been accompanied by...

*March 19, 2008*

**english : CT**

In 1976 a powerful earthquake hit the city of Tangshan, China. Scientists had failed to predict the earthquake. If people had paid attention to the unusual animal behavior that preceded the earthquake, however, they would have known it was coming. Animals can often sense an ...

*March 19, 2008*

**english: crit. thinking**

I would think "A"

*March 19, 2008*

**english: crit. thinking**

I think the answer is "B"

*March 19, 2008*

**english: crit. thinking**

Over time, non-specialists are usually able to assimilate radically new scientific ideas, even though these ideas may seem strange when they are initially introduced. Such was the case with Newtonian physics; when Newton proposed his ideas regarding motion and gravitation in ...

*March 19, 2008*

**english - critical thinking**

after reading the first sentence. my answer is "A"

*March 19, 2008*

**english - critical thinking**

I think is D. what do you think Ms. Sue.

*March 19, 2008*

**english - critical thinking**

For some philosophers, writing is an unfortunate necessity, a means of communication that is at best irrelevant to the philosophical thought it expresses and at worst a barrier to that thought. The words in which the philosophical investigator writes up his or her results, ...

*March 19, 2008*

**English -critical thinking**

Officials are considering placing the sturgeon on the endangered species list. If such an action is taken, ships, including those that carry goods and produce, will not be allowed to travel on the large rivers in our region that serve as breeding grounds for the fish. If ship ...

*March 19, 2008*

**english: critical thinking**

The great French historian Jules Michelet (1798-1874) sympathized with the French Middle Ages and with the Revolutionary epoch in France, yet he wrote his best work on the despotic French monarchy, which he despised...

*March 19, 2008*

**english- critical thinking.**

Property owned by black residents in Washington DC, 1830-1860 Which of the following, if true, would best explain the material presented in the table? A) The total value of property owned by Black residents in Washington during the 1830-1860 period was similar to that in other...

*March 19, 2008*

**english: critical thinking**

From the thirteenth to the sixteenth century, the Inca empire flourished in the Andes Mountains. It maintained an eleven-thousand-mile network of stone-paved roads. 1) Which of the following, if true, provides the strongest support for an archaeologist’s conclusion that a...

*March 19, 2008*

**english**

is there any example of a "Critical Thinking Quiz. Please let me know.

*March 18, 2008*

**english**

In the story listed below (Effective conclusion. Need help in those the questions below: What kind of conclusion does the writer use? What is the impact of that kind of conclusion in this essay? The "R" Word How do you avoid saying "retarded"? By John Cook ...

*March 18, 2008*

**english**

Although most of us take it completely for granted, the telephone you have in your house is one of the most amazing devices ever created. What type of introduction does the writer use? What is the impact of that kind of introduction in this essay?

*March 17, 2008*

**spelling**

glue is to sticks as thorns is to? Must begin with scr spr str thr!!

*January 24, 2008*

**math**

help with my problem!!!

*January 24, 2008*

**math**

30 45 60 75 90 105 so on

*January 24, 2008*

**PLEASE HELP ME!!**

It's getting late, and I need to get my homework done!!

*January 15, 2008*

**math**

How do you know where to place an improper fraction on a number line? This homework is really stumping me.

*January 15, 2008*

**art**

Which one of there is not an accurate description of Prairie Style? a style that imitates the wide open spaces of the prairie or utilizes local and regional resources in design? I elimanated my other two options, but I think the answer might be utilizes local and regional ...

*December 19, 2007*

**art**

Which phrase best describes the paintings of Eugene Delacroix? delicate and reserved, dynamic and bold, cool and objective, or tight and controlled? I think it was dynamic and bold considering the subject matter.

*December 19, 2007*

**art**

Which of the following is an element of Neo-Classicism? patriotic subject matter, loose unfinished brushstrokes, subjectivity, or dark mystic themes. I think it is patriotic subject matter.

*December 19, 2007*

**art**

Propaganda is what I originally thought, but my only choices are, faulty cause and effect, red herring, bandwagon, either/or thinking, testimonial, or stereotype. I know that it's not stereotype.

*December 17, 2007*

**art**

Supermodel Tyra Banks uses Smooth & Soft bath gel; you should, too! Is this bandwagon? I think so.

*December 17, 2007*

**art**

Copley's expert rendering of _____ displayed a level of talent uncommon in 18th century America. Hair, Facial expressions, foliage, or cloth? I think it was foliage.

*December 17, 2007*

**art**

Why is Rembrandt oftern referred to as the first "modern artist?"

*December 17, 2007*

**art**

Which artist was van Eyck's closest contemporary? Bosch, Van Der Weyden, Gruneweld, or Holbein? I think it was Gruneweld.

*December 17, 2007*

**statistics**

b) Mode c) Median d) Midrange

*December 15, 2007*

**statistics**

3) (2 pts) A) mean B) mode C) median D) midrange

*December 15, 2007*

**statistics**

3) (2 pts) Half of the numbers in any data set will be larger than the A) mean B) mode C) median D) midrange

*December 15, 2007*

**statistics**

the rest of this questions states a) A collection of all the objects to be studied is a sample b) A subset or part of the subjects to be studied is a sample c) In a frequency distribution the class limits must overlap d) Pie charts are best used to plot numbers over a period ...

*December 15, 2007*

**statistics**

I also tried typing the question and it is still posting wrong. I will try it again later.

*December 15, 2007*

**statistics**

This queation did not post entirely, I well revise it.

*December 15, 2007*

**statistics**

11. (4 pts) The following statistics provide information about the scores on a national mathematics exam. Mean 312 First Quartile 201 Median 296 Third Quartile 423 Mode 326 49th Percentile 307 a) What score did half of the test takers surpass? b) What was the most common score...

*December 15, 2007*

**statistics**

Miles Number of Commuters Class Frequency 0 - 24 4 25 - 49 10 50 - 74 11 75 - 99 5 100 –124 1

*December 15, 2007*

**statistics**

7) (8 pts) Construct a histogram and a frequency polygon for the following frequency distribution Miles Miles Number of Commuters Class Frequency 0 - 24 4 25 - 49 10 50 - 74 11 75 - 99 5 100 –124 1

*December 15, 2007*

**statistics**

11. (4 pts) The following statistics provide information about the scores on a national mathematics exam. Mean 312 First Quartile 201 Median 296 Third Quartile 423 Mode 326 49th Percentile 307 a) What score did half of the test takers surpass? b) What was the most common score...

*December 14, 2007*

**st**

7) (8 pts) Construct a histogram and a frequency polygon for the following frequency distribution Miles Number of Commuters Class Frequency 0 - 24 4 25 - 49 10 50 - 74 11 75 - 99 5 100 –124 1

*December 14, 2007*

**statistics**

5) (2 pts) One fourth of the scores in any data set are below the A) first quartile B) secon quartile C) third quartile D) fouthr quartile

*December 14, 2007*

**statistics**

Thank you drwls.

*December 14, 2007*

**statistics**

5) (2 pts) One fourth of the scores in any data set are below the A) first quartile B) second quartile C) third quartile D) fourth quartile

*December 14, 2007*

**statistics**

Find the mean, median, and mode for the following set of data which shows the number of pages per article in a random sample of magazine articles. 4 6 4 6 5 4 4 5 7 4 3 6 5 8 4

*December 14, 2007*

**statistics**

I the answer Midrange?

*December 14, 2007*

**statistics**

A) mean B). Mode C). Median d). Midrange

*December 14, 2007*

**statistics**

I am sorry the question did not fully post. 3) (2 pts) Half of the numbers in any data set will be larger than the A) mean B) mode C) median D) midrange

*December 14, 2007*

**statistics**

Half of the numbers in any data set will be larger than the A) mean B) mode C) median D) midrange

*December 14, 2007*

**statistics**

Construct a frequency distribution of the ages that 25 randomly selected smokers started smoking: the frequencies posted wrong: 26 26 25 17 16 16 14 17 21 16 16 18 17 15 15 19 16 17 22 15 19 17 16 27 16

*December 13, 2007*

**statistics**

Construct a frequency distribution of the ages that 25 randomly selected smokers started smoking: 26 26 25 17 16 16 14 17 21 16 16 18 17 15 15 19 16 17 22 15 19 17 16 27 16

*December 13, 2007*

**statistics**

Select five random numbers between 70 and 100. Calculate the mean, median, mode, and midrange of these numbers. Based on your calculations, which measure of central tendency best represents these numbers?

*December 13, 2007*

**statistics**

thanks Perez, You have been a great help.

*December 13, 2007*

**statistics**

A specific brand of bike comes in two frames, for males or females. Each frame comes in a choice of two colors, red and blue, and with a choice of three seats, soft, medium, and hard. a) Use the counting principle to determine the number of different arrangements of bicycles ...

*December 13, 2007*

**statistics**

Select five random numbers between 70 and 100. Calculate the mean, median, mode, and midrange of these numbers. Based on your calculations, which measure of central tendency best represents these numbers?

*December 13, 2007*

**statistics**

The objective of statistics is best described as: A) To make inferences about a sample based on information we get from a population B) To use population mean, ƒÝ as an estimate of the sample mean, C) To make inferences about a population based on information we ...

*December 12, 2007*

**statistics**

Select five random numbers between 70 and 100. Calculate the mean, median, mode, and midrange of these numbers. Based on your calculations, which measure of central tendency best represents these numbers?

*December 12, 2007*

**college math**

14. (2 pts) How many different ways are there for an admissions officer to select a group of 7 college candidates from a group of 19 applicants for an interview?

*December 12, 2007*

**college math**

Thank you Damon for all your help. You all are life savers.

*December 12, 2007*

**college math**

13. (4 pts) At an annual flower show, 6 different entries are to be arranged in a row. a) How many different arrangements of the entries are possible? b) If the owners of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place entries will be awarded prizes of $100, $50, and $25 respectively, how many ...

*December 12, 2007*

**college math**

Thanks Reiny, you are absolutly right.

*December 11, 2007*

**college math**

A couple plan to have exactly three children. (a) Construct a tree diagram and list the sample space. (b) Find the probability that the family has at least two girls.

*December 11, 2007*

**college math**

How many different four-digit numbers can be formed from the digits 0 through 9 if the first digit must be even and cannot be zero?

*December 11, 2007*

**college math**

Thanks bobpursley, I appreciate your help.

*December 11, 2007*

**college math**

A box of chocolates contains 20 identically shaped chocolates. Five of them are filled with jelly, three are filled with caramel, and twelve are filled with nuts. What is the probability that one chocolate chosen at random is filled with jelly, caramel, or nuts?

*December 11, 2007*

**college math**

If you roll a die many times, what would you expect to be the relative frequency of rolling a number less than 6? A) 2 out of 3 B) 1 out of 3 C) 1 out of 6 D) 1 out of 2 E) 5 out of 6

*December 10, 2007*

**college math**

During the last hour, a telemarketer dialed 20 numbers and reached 4 busy signals, 3 answering machines, and 13 people. Use this information to determine the empirical probability that the next call will be answered in person.

*December 10, 2007*

**college math**

How many different four-digit numbers can be formed from the digits 0 through 9 if the first digit must be even and cannot be zero?

*December 10, 2007*

**college math**

The odds against WildHorse winning the third race are 11:2. If Molly places a $4 bet on WildHorse to win and WildHorse wins, find Molly’s net winnings A) $5.50 B) $44 C) $16.50 D) $11 E) $22

*December 10, 2007*

**Roberts**

Last fall, a gardener planted 65 iris bulbs. She found that only 56 of the bulbs bloomed in the spring. a) Find the empirical probability that an iris bulb of this type will bloom b) How many of the bulbs should she plant next fall if she would like at least 92 to bloom?

*December 9, 2007*

**college math**

Explain permutations and combinations and the differences between the two. Use examples to illustrate.

*December 7, 2007*

**history**

Exploration (people being able to explore unknown continents and countries) was aided by astronomy (the stars showed direction) and the development of what instrument? Is it the compass?

*December 1, 2007*

**history**

Britain was one of the first countries to experience the Renaissance, right?

*December 1, 2007*

**algebra**

thank you.

*December 1, 2007*