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May 5, 2016

Posts by victoria

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precalc
When an airplane leaves the runway, its angle of elevation is 18 and its speed is 275 feet per second. Find the airplane’s altitude after one minute (60 seconds). Assume a constant angle of elevation. Draw the scenario, if you can.
May 5, 2016

precalc
An object is attached to a coiled spring. The object is pulled down (from its rest position) and then released. Given that the distance from its rest position at time t = 0 is 3 inches, its amplitude is 3 inches, and its period is 1.5 seconds, write an equation for the ...
May 5, 2016

Mathematics
If the height of a triangle is 6cm, area =48cm2, calculate the base.
May 5, 2016

Civics (Reed)(Check)
Please check to see if I have answered the following questions as best as possible. Reed--I added more to #3. Will you check it for me please? 1. What information is being presented in the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution? What facts are presented? A: Freedom of ...
May 4, 2016

Civics (Reed)(Check)
Please check to see if I have answered the following questions as best as possible. Reed--I added more to #3. Will you check it for me please? 1. What information is being presented in the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution? What facts are presented? A: Freedom of ...
May 3, 2016

Civics (HELP!!!)
Sorry. I didn't finish the last answer. 3. So what? What is the significance of this text? What are its impacts? A: Freedom of religion (No matter what a govt. does people will pray or have there own faith; people of all faiths are welcome in the country unless their ...
May 2, 2016

Civics (HELP!!!)
Please check to see if I have answered the following questions as best as possible. This is going to be in a chart format, so I apologize if it's written a little messy. 1. What information is being presented in the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution? What facts are ...
May 2, 2016

U.S. History (Check)(REED)
1. True or False: Japan became under control of militarists several years before WWII started. A: True 2. True or False: Hitler attacked the Soviet city of Stalingrad, but the Soviets were able to stop Hitler. A: True. 3. True or False: Many people moved during WWII, making ...
May 2, 2016

U.S. History (Check, Please!)(REED)
1. What was the Doolittle Raid? A: The Doolittle Raid was the first air raid by the United States on the Japanese capital Tokyo during WWII. Led by Lieutenant Colonel James Doolittle, this raid had to be executed twelve hours early due to the U.S. carriers being discovered by ...
April 27, 2016

U.S. History (Check, Please!)(REED)
So should I change the beginning of my first paragraph? And according to my textbook, that's what Japanese-Americans were forced to do. It's saddening but according to my textbook, it's true.
April 26, 2016

U.S. History (Check, Please!)(REED)
Write 2 paragraphs describing some of the race issues the United States dealt during WWII. A: The United States dealt with many issues during World War II. Most of these issues were race-related or involved racism. For example, when hordes of African Americans migrated from ...
April 26, 2016

U.S. History (Check)(REED)
Write 2 paragraphs describing some of the race issues the United States dealt during WWII. A: The United States dealt with many issues during World War II. Most of these issues were race-related or involved racism. For example, when hordes of African Americans migrated from ...
April 25, 2016

U.S. History (Check)(REED)
1. What day was the attack on Pearl Harbor? A: The attack on Pearl Harbor took place on December 7, 1941. 2. Why was the attack so devastating for America? A: The Pearl Harbor attack was so devastating for America because most of the U.S. Navy was destroyed and 2,403 Americans...
April 19, 2016

U.S. History (Check)(REED)
1. Name 4 ways the United States tried to help the war in Europe without actually going to war. 1# U.S. Congress passing the Lend-Lease Act, which enabled the United States to lend and/or lease arms to any country that could be a vital ally to the United States. #2 U.S. ...
April 18, 2016

U.S. History (Check, Please!)(REED)
1. What did Hitler call the unification of Austria and Germany? Q: The Anschluss is what Hitler called the unification of Austria and Germany. 2. What is appeasement and did it work? A: Appeasement is the policy of giving concessions in exchange for peace. It did not work ...
April 18, 2016

U.S. History (REED)(Check, Please!!!)
Write a paragraph on the similarities and differences of isolationism and internationalism. Then write another paragraph explaining the different reasons why the United States did not want to get involved with the problems of Europe (practice neutrality). Also, include what ...
April 14, 2016

Math
A blueprint scale is 1/4 inches = 1ft. If the blueprint measurement is 3 in x 3 in, what should you cut?
April 13, 2016

U.S. History (Check)(Reed)
Write a paragraph on the similarities and differences of isolationism and internationalism. A: Isolationism and internationalism are distinctly different from each other. Isolationism is the policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs, whereas internationalism is the ...
April 12, 2016

math
14000 6/10 in standard form
April 11, 2016

Social Studies (Reed)(Check)
Which countries did the following leaders lead during WWII? Adolf Hitler: Germany Benito Mussolini: Italy Joseph Stalin: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics Winston Churchill: Great Britain, United Kingdom
April 7, 2016

U.S. History (Check, Please!)(REED)
Also, will you check my answers in my other posts>?
March 31, 2016

U.S. History (Check, Please!)(REED)
So should I change anything besides the term "product"?
March 31, 2016

U.S. History (Check, Please!)(REED)
1. Explain the economic cycle of how the economy can spiral downward or upward. A: The economy can spiral downward or upward very easily. If sales of a product declines, for example, then this loss of demand would mean loss of demand for the materials that were used to make ...
March 31, 2016

Reed! Help!
Please, help me.
March 31, 2016

Social Studies (Reed)(Check)
Sorry, but that did not help me whatsoever.
March 31, 2016

Social Studies (Reed)(Check)
What was the difference between Roosevelt’s philosophy about the role of government in the depression and Hoover and republican’s philosophy about the role of government in the depression? How did they differ on how to help people? A: The difference between Roosevelt...
March 31, 2016

Social Studies (Reed)(Check)
True or false? 1. Roosevelt ended the Great Depression within five years. A: False 2. Roosevelt completely ended the Great Depression. A: False 3. Black Tuesday is start of the Great Depression. A: True? 4. Farmers would burn their crops to raise crop prices. A: True 5. Bank ...
March 31, 2016

Social Studies
Explain the economic cycle of how the economy can spiral downward or upward.
March 30, 2016

math
If I had a rectangular prism with a volume of 64 cubic cm, what might the L, W and H be?
March 28, 2016

Proteins (Help!)
What elements make up proteins? Is it carbon, oxygen, hydrogen, and nitrogen? Or is it carbon, oxygen. hydrogen, nitrogen, and sulfur?
March 24, 2016

English (HELP)
Is this grammatically correct? I mean, it is alright for me to write who "one of them" is in an entirely new sentence? Is it considered a sentence fragment and therefore grammatically incorrect? "By one look of his now unnaturally light pupils, she could tell ...
March 18, 2016

Social Studies (Reed)(Check)
A: The Hawley-Smoot Tariff damaged American sales abroad. Because imports now cost much more, Americans bought fewer of them. In response, foreign countries raised their own tariffs against American products, causing fewer American goods to be sold overseas. This resulted in a...
March 17, 2016

Social Studies (Reed)(Check)
1. How did the Hawley-Smoot Tariff contribute to the Great Depression? A: The Hawley-Smoot Tariff damaged American sales abroad. Because imports now cost much more, Americans bought fewer of them. In response, foreign countries raised their own tariffs against American ...
March 17, 2016

Social Studies (Reed)(Check)
I mean... "increasingly high demand for new products caused the expansion of advertising."
March 17, 2016

Social Studies (Reed)(Check)
So I should just write the expansion of advertising?
March 17, 2016

Social Studies (Reed)(Check)
Write a large (7 Sentence) paragraph or 2 short (4-5 sentence) paragraph about what the 1920's were like. A: Nicknamed the “Roaring Twenties,” the 1920s were an era of rapid change, clashing values, and social and cultural rebellion. This era emphasized youth and...
March 17, 2016

U.S. History (Check, Please!)(REED)
There's no problem. I am asking Reed to check my answers for accurateness.
March 17, 2016

U.S. History (Check, Please!)(REED)
1. How did religion play a part in the 1928 presidential election? A: Religion played a massive part in the 1928 presidential election. Because Democratic candidate Alfred Smith was a practicing Roman Catholic, many Protestants believed that the Catholic Church had financed ...
March 17, 2016

U.S. History (Check)(REED)
1. Name 5 aspects of New Morality. A: 1. Glorified youth. 2. Glorified personal freedom. 3. Challenged traditional ways of seeing and thinking. 4. Ideals of those of the loving family and personal satisfaction. 5. Influenced various aspects of American society. 2. Why did ...
March 16, 2016

U.S. History (Check)(REED)
1. Why did Marcus Garvey call for African Americans to settle in Africa? A: Marcus Garvey called for African Americans to settle in Africa because he believed African Americans would never find justice or freedom in America. 2. What were some of the reasons behind passing the ...
March 16, 2016

U.S. History (Check)(REED)
Or maybe "ideals of those of the loving family and personal satisfaction"?
March 15, 2016

U.S. History (Check)(REED)
For one of the answers in #2, should I change "emphasized independence" for "gave women a sense of independence" or "linked the ideas of romance, pleasure, and friendship to successful marriages"?
March 15, 2016

U.S. History (Check)(REED)
1. Why did nativist feelings increase in the 1920's? A: Nativist feelings increased in the 1920s because many Americans saw immigrants as a threat to stability and order. Immigrants also created competition for jobs for demobilized American veterans. 2. Name 5 aspects of ...
March 15, 2016

Definition
What is the definition of international symbols?
March 4, 2016

Math
Oh I figure it out it’s D because I did the Pythagorean Theorem
March 3, 2016

Math
Which of these cannot represent the lengths of the sides of a right triangle? A. 3 ft, 4 ft, 5 ft B. 6 in., 8 in., 10 in. C. 16 cm, 63 cm, 65 cm** D. 8 m, 9 m, 10 m
March 3, 2016

U.S. History (Check)
1. What new cultural trends affected American society in the 1970s? A: Revolutionary television sitcoms dealing with more difficult aspects of American life (women in independent roles, racism, poverty, abortion, etc.), transcendental meditation, disco, a new fashion (T-shirts...
March 1, 2016

Social Studies
What were the causes of the following: Jesse Jackson Cesar Chavez Dolores Huerta José Ángel Gutiérrez
February 23, 2016

Social Studies (Check, Please!)
1. What were three reasons for the growth of the youth movement of the 1960s? A: The rapid increase in enrollment at colleges throughout the nation, concern about the future, and injustices in the political and social system were three reasons for the growth of the youth ...
February 23, 2016

English (HELP)
I have absolutely no idea. Maybe this fact reveals that the Puritans had studied in Cambridge?
February 21, 2016

English (HELP)
The Puritans founded Harvard College at Newtowne in 1636. Three years later, they renamed the city of Cambridge to honor the British city where many of the colonists had studied. What does this fact reveal about the group who fled England?
February 21, 2016

English (Check)
After reading each passage, write the signal word or words it contains and the type of relationship that each signal word indicates. 1. They entreated us not to be angry any longer, because, even if it was their death, they would take us where we chose. A: Signal words: ...
February 21, 2016

English (Check)
List examples and details that show that the passages are firsthand historical narratives. 1. While the ships stayed, our allowance was somewhat bettered by a daily proportion of biscuit which the sailors would pilfer to sell, give, or exchange with use for money, sassafras, ...
February 21, 2016

English (Check)
Underline the verbs in the past tense and circle the verbs in the past perfect tense. 1. He _told_ how he (had found) permanent houses and that he (had also seen) maize.
February 21, 2016

English (Check)
So for #1, I should write: 1. The excerpt is told in fist-person plural, which indicates a first-hand account. That is all I need to assume that the writer was in the pronouns included in the pronouns "we" and "our," etc. And for #2, I should write: 2. The ...
February 21, 2016

REED
Will you check my answers, Reed?
February 21, 2016

English (Check)
List examples and details that show that the passages are firsthand historical narratives. 1. While the ships stayed, our allowance was somewhat bettered by a daily proportion of biscuit which the sailors would pilfer to sell, give, or exchange with use for money, sassafras, ...
February 21, 2016

English (Check)
Read each sentence, and determine if it contains an action verb or a linking verb. Then, write a related sentence with the type of verb that does not appear in the first sentence. Read each sentence, and determine if it contains an action verb or a linking verb. Then, write a ...
February 21, 2016

English (Check)
But you agree with everything else in #1?
February 21, 2016

English (Check)
Break down the following passages by bracketing unessential material and underlining the essential information that tells who and what. 1. [But now was all our provisions spent, the sturgeon gone, all helps abandoned, each hour expecting the fury of the savages; when] __God__...
February 21, 2016

English (Check)
Read each of the following excerpts from Journal of the First Voyage to America. Write what each excerpt reveals about Christopher Columbus. 1. I went ashore, and found no habitation save a single house, and that without an occupant; we had no doubt that the people had fled in...
February 21, 2016

Study Guide
Does anyone know where I could find an online or PDF version of the Holt Biology 2004 study guide?
February 21, 2016

English (HELP)
I can guess that the author's point of view is realistic?
February 21, 2016

English (HELP)
What can you guess about the author's point of view that would cause Columbus to say he hopes to find "gold or spices in abundance"?
February 21, 2016

English (Check/Help)
3. Columbus drank on his long trip at sea. 4. His visits to the "new" world were adventurous.
February 21, 2016

English (Check/Help)
3. He felt particularly tense on his long trip at sea. 4. Columbus was amazed while on his trips to the "new" world.
February 21, 2016

English (Check/Help)
2. The lush splendor of the Caribbean islands were beautiful. 3. He acted particularly tense on his long trip at sea. 4. He visited the "new" world several times. 5. The native inhabitants familiarized themselves with the "new" world. 4. 5.
February 21, 2016

English (Check/Help)
Okay. I studied action verbs and linking verbs. But I still have no idea how I am supposed to change these verbs! I can't figure it out!
February 21, 2016

English (Check/Help)
1. Columbus's journal looks like a marvelous document. 2. The lush splendor of the Caribbean islands was captured by his descriptions. 3. His long time at sea appeared particularly tense. 4. Several subsequent journeys to the "new" world were made by Columbus. 5...
February 21, 2016

English (Check/Help)
1. Linking 2. action 3. linking 4. action 5. linking
February 21, 2016

English (Check/Help)
Sorry. 1. Columbus's journal is a marvelous document. 2. His descriptions capture the lush splendor of the Caribbean islands. 3. His long time at sea seems particularly tense. 4. Columbus made several subsequent journeys to the "new" world. 5. Of course, to the ...
February 21, 2016

English (Check/Help)
Read each sentence, and determine if it contains an action verb or a linking verb. Then, write a related sentence with the type of verb that does not appear in the first sentence. 1. Columbus's journal is a marvelous document. 2. His descriptions capture the lush splendor ...
February 21, 2016

English (Check)
2. Plural Possessive: The compasses' needles had all been broken.
February 21, 2016

English (Check)
For each noun listed, write one sentence using the singular possessive form and another using the plural possessive form. 1. passenger Singular Possessive: The passenger's seat was uncomfortable during the entire flight. Plural Possessive: The passengers' confidence in...
February 21, 2016

English (Check)
For each noun listed, write one sentence using the singular possessive form and another using the plural possessive form. 1. passenger Singular Possessive: passenger's Plural Possessive: passengers' 2. compass Singular Possessive: compass's Plural Possessive: ...
February 20, 2016

English (Check)
Choose the correct form--singular possessive, plural, or plural possessive--of the words in parentheses. 1. Pocahontas was the (king's***, kings, kings) dearest daughter. 2. (Pocahontas, Pocahontas's***, Pocahontas') kindness helped the settlers survive. 3. The ...
February 20, 2016

English (Check)
The word root -vid-, from the Latin "videre," means "to see." Explain how each word that follows conveys the meaning of the root. 1. videotape 2. evident A: 1. This word conveys the meaning of the root as it refers to a magnetic tape for recording and ...
February 20, 2016

English (Help!)
Check my answers, please! 1. Columbus's journal is a marvelous document. A: Columbus's journal proves to be a marvelous document. 2. Will you help me with this one? 3. His long time at sea appeared to be particularly tense. 4. Several subsequent journeys were made to ...
February 20, 2016

English (Help!)
Read each sentence, and determine if it contains an action verb or a linking verb. Then, write a related sentence with the type of verb that does not appear in the first sentence. 1. Columbus's journal is a marvelous document. 2. His descriptions capture the lush splendor ...
February 20, 2016

REED
Will you check my answers, Reed?
February 20, 2016

English (Check)
Read the following excerpt from Equiano's autobiography. Then answer the questions below. Some of the people of the ship used to tell me they were going to carry me back to my own country and this made me very happy. I was quite rejoiced at the sound of going back, and ...
February 20, 2016

English (Check)
In the following sentences based on the selection by Equiano, the verbs are all in the passive voice. Decide if each would be more effective in the active voice. If so, rewrite the sentence, adding or dropping words as necessary. If not, explain your reasons for leaving the ...
February 20, 2016

English (Check)
Write A if the verb is in the active voice and P if it is in the passive voice. Then, rewrite the sentence using a verb in the opposite voice, adding or dropping words as necessary. 1. The ship took in all the cargo. A: A = active voice. All the cargo was taken in by the ship...
February 20, 2016

English (Check)
The word root -vid-, from the Latin "videre," means "to see." Explain how each word that follows conveys the meaning of the root. 1. videotape 2. evident A: 1. This word conveys the meaning of the root as it refers to a magnetic tape for recording and ...
February 20, 2016

English (Check)
Below each of the passages from Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God, list the type of literary device(s) employed and explain how the passage exemplifies the device(s). 1. Were it not for the sovereign pleasure of God, the earth would not bear you one moment...There are black...
February 20, 2016

English (Check)
1. To what emotion does the following passage appeal? Explain your answer. It would be dreadful to suffer this fierceness and wrath of Almighty God one moment; but you must suffer it to all eternity. There will be no end to this exquisite horrible misery. When you look forward...
February 20, 2016

English (Check)
As you read these sentences from Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God, use context clues to determine the meaning of each italicized word. Write your definition on the lines provided, along with an explanation of how you used context clues to help determine the word's ...
February 20, 2016

English (Check)
Indicate which aspects of the Puritan Plain Style (short words, direct statements, and references to ordinary, everyday objects) are displayed by each poetry excerpt. 1. If ever two were one, then surely we. If ever man were lov'd by wife, then thee. A: Short words and ...
February 20, 2016

English (Check)
Rewrite each sentence that follows, adding a term of direct address. Be sure to punctuate the new sentence correctly. 1. Would you please read that poem again? A: Would you please read that poem again, Sarah? 2. Your report on the Puritans was fascinating, especially the part ...
February 20, 2016

Clarification
What am I supposed to do? Am I just supposed to paste the signs that I'd see in town, on a freeway, and over a mountain onto a piece of paper? Make a poster showing route markers, regulatory or guide signs as you plan a trip through town, over freeway to Dublin, and over a...
February 20, 2016

Driver Education (Check)
How would you recognize the signs of a problem drinker, and what you do to help that person? A: You would recognize the signs of a problem drinker by looking for chances in a person’s behavior or life situation such as loss of initiative, frequent lateness or absence from...
February 18, 2016

Driver Education (Check)
How does this sound? How would you evaluate the possibility of your being involved in a collision? Explain. A: In any given year, the likelihood of your being involved in a collision is about 1 in 9. No matter how confident you may feel or how well you've mastered the ...
February 18, 2016

Driver Education
Okay. How does this sound? In any given year, the likelihood of your being involved in a collision is about 1 in 9. No matter how confident you may feel or how well you've mastered the basics of driving, the risk of being involved in a collision is always present. Many ...
February 18, 2016

Driver Education
What does it want me to explain?
February 18, 2016

Driver Education
In any given year, the likelihood of your being involved in a collision is about 1 in 9.
February 18, 2016

Driver Education
I'm not sure what the question is asking of me. What does it mean to "evaluate" the possibility of your being involved in a collision?
February 18, 2016

Driver Education
How would you evaluate the possibility of your being involved in a collision? Explain.
February 18, 2016

Social Studies (Reed)
1. What caused a division between Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and the black power movement? A: For Martin Luther King, Jr., Black Power was ‘‘essentially an emotional concept’’ that meant ‘‘different things to different people." However, for...
February 16, 2016

Social Studies (Check, Please!)
1. Why did Rosa Parks refuse to give up her seat to a white man? A: Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat to a white man because she was tired of giving in to the demands of white people. 2. According to Jo Ann Gibson Robinson, why did people in Montgomery not use the word &...
February 16, 2016

Social Studies (Check, Please!)
1. What caused a division between Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and the black power movement? A: For Martin Luther King, Jr., Black Power was ‘‘essentially an emotional concept’’ that meant ‘‘different things to different people." However, for...
February 16, 2016

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