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Choose the correct answer. 1. A bad smalling gas is mixed with cooking gas.so that; (a)cooking gas burns better in presence of this gas (b)it becomes odouries after buring(C)it helps detect leakage of cooking gas(D)a preevents leakage of cooking gas.
November 14, 2008 by mimo
. One possible use for the cooking fat left over after making french fries is to burn it as fuel. Formula (for cooking fat) = C51H88O6 Density = 0.94 g/ml ΔH°f = - 1310 kJ/mol. Write a balanced equation of the combustion of cooking fat (the products are CO2 (g) and H2O (...
April 17, 2010 by George
1. She won the first prize in the cooking festival. 2. She won a first prize in the cooking festival. 3. She won first prize in the cooking festival. (It's about the use of articles. Which one is correct?)
October 26, 2013 by rfvv
1. You know, I'm a member of the cooking club. (What is the role of 'You know' in this sentence?) 2. You know that I'm a member of the cooking club. (Are #2 the same as #1? What is the difference between them in meaning?)
June 20, 2012 by rfvv
Can you help with this question? Please give your opinion. Appropriate cooking methods are cost-efficient because: 1.food expansion is minimized. 2.waste due to undercooked food is minimized. 3.nutrients are conserved. would 1 be the best answer? I am not sure about the ...
April 21, 2007 by Paula
i need help unscrambling this word yos its levabira and the second word is power heres da descrpition that came with it a feature which enables a microwave oven to be used for thawing, slow cooking, roasting, baking, and many other purposes. need a answer soon please.
October 29, 2009 by alexander aubin
early chilhood development class or edu
A safety factor that is important to successful nutrition education activities is: Answer a. allowing children to cook on burner tops b. preplanning all steps of the activity c. allowing children to taste from cooking pots d. providing boxes for children to stand on while ...
November 27, 2011 by sarah
Learning to make candy from a recipe would relate most directly to which two of the 13 activity areas? A Math and science B Social studies and science C Cooking and math D Social studies and cooking
October 26, 2009 by Rosa
Learning to make candy from a recipe would relate most directly to which two of the 13 activity areas? A. Math and science B. Social studies and science C. Cooking and math D. Social studies and cooking
October 13, 2014 by amanda
It has been found that 60 percent of homes subscribe to a cable service including the program "Cooking with Math". However, of these subscribers, 18 percent never watch "Cooking with Math", while 15 percent claim to watch it more than 5 times per week. Find the probability (as...
December 7, 2010 by Lily
Learning to make candy from a recipe would relate most directly to which two of the 13 activity areas? A Math and science B Social studies and science C Cooking and math D Social studies and cooking . I belive the C is the correct answer
October 26, 2009 by Rosa
1. While I was cooking, he cleaned the room. 2. While I cooked, he cleaned the room. 3. While I was cooking, he was cleaning the room. ---------------------------- Are they all grammatical? Which one is commonly used?
May 19, 2014 by rfvv
When is the first meeting? 1. It is at nine this Saturday. 2. It is nine this Saturday. (Which answer is right?) When is the next meeting? 3. It is on April 3, 9:00 a.m. 4. It is April 3, 9:00 a.m. 4-1. It is at 9:00 a.m., April 3. 4-2. It is 9 a.m., April 3rd. (Are the ...
April 25, 2012 by rfvv
1. He bought him a cooking book. 2. He bought him a cookbook. (Which one is correct, 'cooking book' or 'cookbook'?) 3. Who wrote the song to her? 4. Who wrote the song for her? (Do we have to use 'to' or 'for'? Are both OK?)
April 5, 2012 by rfvv
I did a lab that involve cooking meat and finding the mass of lipids, meat tissue and water. For a chicken sample the original mass was 20 gram. After cooking there was 15.5g of meat, and 1.5 g of oil, and 1 g of water. I am missing 2 g of the original mass. Anyone have any ...
February 3, 2013 by Shadow
Thank you for your help. One more time, I'd like to post the structure 'prefer to' 1. I prefer him to her. 2. I prefer Ted to Jacob. 3. I prefer table tennis to soccer. 4. I prefer reading books to playing soccer. 5. I prefer to read books rather than (to) play soccer. 6. I...
December 14, 2016 by rfvv
I can't find a good example with "except" followed by the gerund. I tried to include the other examples myself. Can you please check them? Thank you. 1) She missed having an accident. Is the sentence possible? 2) She approved of his leaving for Paris. They discussed enrolling...
November 21, 2011 by Henry2
Read the following paragraphs and in the space provided below, identify each highlighted word as a direct object, an indirect object, a predicate nominative, or a predicate adjective. Example: I enjoy  cooking but it can be hard  work. 1. direct object 2. predicate ...
March 22, 2010 by Amber
Revise the following paragraph, improving it without changing its overall meaning. Pay particular attention to any potential sentence fragments. Cooking is not as easy as it looks. For example, the terminology. Selecting the freshest ingredients for cooking. It is important. ...
March 14, 2010 by pam
The holiday dinner is at the Milton’s house this year. Mrs. Milton will do most of the cooking. 5. Cooking time for a turkey is determined using the rate of 1/3 hour per pound. Mrs. Milton figures she will have at most four hours to cook the turkey. What is the largest ...
October 2, 2011 by Jab
Practice Dividing by 9 History : 72 Art: 81 Science: 54 Travel: 63 Fiction: 90 Biography: 45 Poetry: 27 Cooking: 36 1/Raul might put an equal number of each kind of book on 9 shelves. How many types of books will have an even number on each shelf? Answer: 3 types of books.. ...
December 28, 2013 by Nawaf
List 5 careers that are possible from 3 areas in Home Economics. Why don't you list the areas of Home Economics first, then match those areas up with careers. I can think of cooking, sewing, (by the way, most Home Ec departments now prefer to be called Family and Consumer ...
September 8, 2006 by Natalie
1. What is the cooking classroom like? It's just like a big kitchen. 2. What does the cooking classroom look like? It looks just like a big kitchen. (Are both grammatical?) 3. What is the score? It's 3 to 1. 4. What is the score between them? The score is 3 to 1. (Are both ...
April 1, 2013 by rfvv
the results of a survey of 100 households pointed to shoppers having a preference for house brand products in supermarkets It showed that of 280 households with a combined income of $6000 per month, 71 reported buying house brand products from June to December This is compared...
December 8, 2011 by polishy
French Cuisine (Check)
Can someone check my work? The evolution of French cooking has seen many different changes, where French Medieval cuisine involved great preparation and presentation. Sauces at this time were thick and full of seasonings. The French cooked very ornate and lavish food that was ...
March 12, 2009 by Larry
Prepare for going out. Prepare going out. Prepare to go out. (Which one is correct? Are all correct?) Give me three garlics. Give me three pieces of garlics. (Which one is correct?) Did you Unplug the electric cord from the socket after cooking? Don't do that. You should keep ...
January 31, 2009 by John
list any two properties for each of the following case of metals which make them suitable to be used as: (1)utensils for cooking food (2)wires for electrical connection
August 15, 2014 by Charika jakhar
What is subject and predicate in the following sentences: The smell of cooking is delicious to the hungry campers. A good fire is difficult to build. Everybody helps to pitch a tent.
November 11, 2010 by Hayden
1. Tom has tomato sauce on her nose. 2. There is tomato sauce on Tom's nose. (Are both the same?) 3. There are sinks and tall tables in the cooking classroom. 4. The cooking classroom has sinks and tall tables. (Are both the same?) 5. The students are winning the soccer game ...
April 3, 2013 by rfvv
Penn Foster Examination #93051 Cooking Appliances I've gotten 16 out of 25 completed but I'll just post the whole exam to make sure I have THOSE right. Thanks for your help guys!
May 23, 2009 by Daniel
I need some ideas! Describe in detail for at least 3 subject areas how food history and Dutch oven cooking can be used for hands-on instruction and as an extension to in-class curriculum.
April 14, 2010 by Anonymous
ok so im learning about physical and chemical change and im just lost. like for instance, if u are cooking an egg would it be physical cuz it changs from a liquid to a solid?
October 7, 2008 by eao
this is going to sound a bit silly but are vine tomatoes italian i thought that they are am i right? im cooking at school nad need to bring in only italian ingrdients . thankyou!
November 11, 2008 by louise
With a 1220–W toaster, how much electrical energy is needed to make a slice of toast (cooking time = 1.3 minute)? At 12.1 cents/kW·h, how much does this cost? (You do not need to enter any units.)
September 13, 2014 by Joe
American kitchen technology in the 1950s
Do you know of any websites that talk about new cooking technology inventions that were created/ starting to be used in the 1950s? Thanks:)
April 18, 2011 by Rebekah
Matthew used 1/5 of a box of flour for cooking and ¾ of the remainder to make bread. The rest of the flour was packed equally into 5 containers. What fraction of the total amount of flour was in each container?
January 15, 2015 by Ally
Why is it when someone is cooking something, like a cookies or pizza, you can smell it all the way upstairs? like does it have to do with diffusion or something? I'm confused...Thanks in advance :)
August 29, 2011 by Anonymous