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Math
If you were 35 years old in the year 1225. It would be a very special time mathematically because 35^2 = 1225. That is the square of your age at the moment is equal to the year. Augustus de Morgan, a famous mathematician was one of those lucky people and in 1864 he wrote ''At ...

Health
What reason do studies show why more people with high blood pressure and diabetes live In the suburbs than in the city? There are much better doctors in the city who treat those diseases more effectively. (Maybe) People re not as physically active and rely on cars more than ...

English
Which of the following represents faulty logic A. Poor people get sick. B. Children are expensive to raise. C. The profit from selling children will improve the economy. D. Eating children will decrease the population. I chose A, am I correct?

criminal justice
Which of the following statements is most likely to be used to advocate ethical egoism? A. In making decisions that affect ourselves, we should seek to be as impartial as a disinterested spectator. B. If no harm is being caused by a situation that brings about happiness for ...

Grade 5 math
Hector extended family was gathering for a family reunion.There were 8 sets of aunts and uncles.there were twice as many cousins as uncles.there were two sets grandparents,and then there was Hector family of five.How many people were at the reunion??

Social Studies (1 question)
I'm doing a four question assignment but I'm in doubt with one question. Question #1: Why does the one-child policy most likely affect only Han Chinese? a) Members of other ethnic groups have different religious beliefs b) The Han live mostly in the densely populated east c) ...

Language
if there is a smattering of applause at the end of a play what do you hear? Just a few people clapping Total silence Half the audience cheering Everyone clapping loudly•• Correct me

Social Studies paper
im doing a paper and i'm at the end argument and i don't know what i can add on, ideas??? Paper is the most important invention that came out of ancient China. Paper has change are life. But not just for one person many people, like artist for instant, they need paper to make ...

Social studies
What is the name for a government ruled by a small group of people? Democracy. Monarchy. Oligarchy. (MY ANSWER Tyranny.

History PLEASE PLEASE HELP
5.Which of the following best summarizes why the Missouri Compromise needed to be replaced by the Compromise of 1850? (5 points) A.)Members of Congress wanted to end the question of slavery in the U.S. B.)The U.S. wanted to sell the territory gained after the Mexican-American ...

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 the black power ...

Art Questions
A sculptor creates a bust of a famous politician out of marble and places it in outdoors courtyard of the capitol building. Why did he choose marble? A. He wanted to honor the politician by using expensive material. ** B. Marble is cheap and easy to find. C. Marble will hold ...

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 "...

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 the black power ...

socialstudies PLEASE CHECK MY ANSWERS
1. The two kinds of courts that make up Georgia’s judicial branch are A. Crime and traffic courts B. Trial and appellate courts C.Juvenile and recorder courts D.Felony and misdemeanor courts***** 2. A case in which a group of individual claims that another group or ...

Social Studies (Check, Please!)
1. Explain the goals of the Nation of Islam in the 1960s. A: The goals of the Nation of Islam were to separate themselves from the whites and to form their own self-governing communities. 2. Summarize the findings of the Kerner Commission. A: The Kerner Commission blamed white...

English
I need help with this sentence: The meaning of the flag is misunderstood. The majority of misinterpretation comes from misunderstanding the original meaning of what the Confederate symbolizes for Caucasian people from the very beginning when it was created. I didn't realize I ...

Social studies
How does the outback compare with the rest of Australia? It forms fertile coastal lands were most people live. It comprises outlying islands separate from the mainland. It makes up the sparsely inhabited interior, with dry plateaus and plains. (MY ANSWER) It is a high, ...

Social Studies (Check, Please!)
1. Explain how the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution affected the powers of Congress and the presidency. A: The Gulf of Tonkin Resolution authorized the president to "take all necessary measures to repel any armed attack against forces of the United States and to prevent further ...

Social Studies
~Why was paper invented? ~ Since people started to write, they also started to come up with something to write on, for the longest time they used something call papyrus or parchment. But papyrus is rock like, so they made something easier to write on and its call paper. Paper...

Math
There is a bridge that is 1 mile long. You have a piece of steel cable that measures 1 mile and 1 inch. You get 2 very strong people to hold each end of the cable and stand at the ends of the bridge. You, also very strong, stand at the exact middle of the bridge and hold the ...

chemistry
Iron can be produced by the reduction of iron(III) Oxide by carbon monoxide: Fe2O3 + 3CO -> 2FE +3CO2 a) what maximum mass of CO2 could be produced from the complete reduction of 14.7g of Fe2O3? b) if 8.73g of CO2 gas was actually collected, what percentage yield of the ...

Math
The population in Zanzibar doubles every year. Currently, there are 157634 people. Write a function representing this growth? What is domain and range of the graph?

English III
Lincoln's main purpose in “The Gettysburg Address” is to: A. argue why the Union will win the war B. explain the importance of the war and inspire people to support the Union**** C. seek money for the families of those who died D. identify the soldiers who died in battle

Physics
Research stations in Siberia, Antarctica, and other remote locations use human power. People at the stations turn pedals, similar to bicycle pedals, that are connected to electrical generators. A researcher wants to investigate the power output of a person at a research ...

World History
What was Wells's role within the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, or NAACP?

sociology
Do you think the way people behave in social interactions is more like the behavior of animals or more like actors playing a role in theatrical production? Why?

socialstudies
1. Which is an example of checks and balances? The constitution contains a bill of rights that details the basic rights of the state’s citizens. The constitution clearly outlines voting requirements and the qualifications for holding public office. The legislative branch ...

physics
two people kick a ball. one of them kicks it with a force of 215.0 newtons. the other one with 189.0 newtons. their approach creates a 210.0 degree angle at the point of impact and causes the ball to go in a different direction. what is the resultant of the vector from this ...

maths
there were 13426 eligible voters for a certain election one election day 8206 people cast their vote what wase the percent of voter turn out

maths
a survey of 250 people showed that 220people favored a candidate for re-election what percent of the people surveyed favoured the candidate

English
What attitude does the writer of the following sentence seem to have towards gun control? What words convey that this attitude: The anti-gunners are constantly lobbying congress, whining about people killing Bambi.

English
hi im working on same poem ice storm; the hill a pyramid of black crystal down with the cars slide like phosphorescent beetles while I, walking backwards in obedience to the wind, am possessed of the fearful knowledge my compatriots share but almost never utter: this is a ...

Health
1. According to the National Clearing House for Alcohol and Drug Information (NCADI), most children under the age of _____ , who do not participate in drug and alcohol abuse, is virtually certain to never do so. (1 point) 20 21 23 19 2. The average age when youth first try ...

Social Studies (1 question)
Where do most people in Arabia and Iraq live? a. in the Fertile Crescent b. in the Rub' al-Khali c. in cities d. in and around Mecca I think the answer is "a" because people have clustered in the mountains of Iraw and Yemen, near the Tigris and Euphrates rivers of Iraq and ...

History
What does this mean? "It is apparent to my mind that the President thoroughly believed the tenure of office act to be unconstitutional and void . He was advised by every member of his cabinet...... "This was a punitive statue. it was directed against the President alone. It ...

Science
1. If the net force on an object is O N, the forces are considered unbalanced. true false** 2. Most people in the United States use feet and miles to measure distance in their everyday lives. Why do scientists in the United States use meters to measure distance? Meters allow ...

Science
1. If the net force on an object is O N, the forces are considered unbalanced. true false** 2. Most people in the United States use feet and miles to measure distance in their everyday lives. Why do scientists in the United States use meters to measure distance? Meters allow ...

Social Studies
How did Britain most impact the formation of modern nations in the region? A. with economic and military support B. through expanded trade opportunities C. by building modern schools for the region’s young people D. by mapmaking without regard for tribal and ethnic ...

Social Studies
How did Britain most impact the formation of modern nations in the region? A. with economic and military support B. through expanded trade opportunities C. by building modern schools for the region’s young people D. by mapmaking without regard for tribal and ethnic ...

English
Which contraction correctly completes the sentence? Some people __________ responded to the invitation yet. A. hasn't B. haven't

Language Arts
Train Tune” by - Louise Bogan Back through clouds Back through clearing Back through distance Back through silence Back through groves Back through garlands Back by rivers Back below mountains Back through lightning Back through cities Back through stars Back through hours ...

Social Studies
How did Britain most impact the formation of modern nations in the region? A. with economic and military support B. through expanded trade opportunities C. by building modern schools for the region’s young people D. by mapmaking without regard for tribal and ethnic ...

College Algebra
A jazz group on tour has been drawing average crowds of 1000 people. It is projected that for every $1 increase in the $17 ticket price, the average attendance will decrease by 60. What equation could be used to solve this problem and at what ticket price will nightly receipts...

Friction and Gravity
Question #1: If the net force on an object is 0 N, the forces are considered unbalanced. a. true b. false I think that the answer is "b" since unbalanced forces causes objects to move and have like 5 N or so on. Question #2: Most people in the United States use feet and miles ...

Oh Captain! My Captain! Questions 1-5
Question 1. In the first line from "O Captain! My Captain!" what does "our fearful trip"refer to? (1 point) the Civil War **** the battle at Antietam Creek the presidency Lincoln's life Question 2.Which statement best expresses the underlying meaning of this line from "O ...

History of Arabia and Iraq
I need some help with some questions. Question #1: Which of the following most contributed to the rise of Sumer? a. agriculture b. trade c. military conquest d. monotheism According to what I have studied Sumerians developed a civilization, but they also built irrigations ...

Science
Please check my answers. 1) Fossils are the ______. a. oldest layers of rock in a region b. remains or traces of prehistoric life. (my answer) c. objects that people of long ago left behind as artifacts. 2) In what type of rocks are most fossils found? a. sedimentary rocks (my...

Geography of Arabia and Iraq
Question #1: Which statement best describes the physical geography of Arabia and Iraq? A. largely hot and dry with pockets of mountains and fertile river valleys B. tropical, with equal parts rainforest and desert C. mountainous, with diverse terrain and climate based on ...

algebra
The time required to do a job varies inversely as the number of people working. It takes 5hr for 7 bricklayers to build a park well. How long will it take 10 bricklayers to complete the job? (round answer to 1 decimal place)

Multiplication of fractions
60 people can receive a single slice of pizza,how many people can receive a single slice of pizza if 7 pizzas are purchased?

Social Studies
Answer the following about the great wall of china: a.When, where, and why did it develop? b.How was it used or practiced? c. Whom did it affect? d.What was the lasting impact this innovation had on China and its people? e.What are some modern examples of the concept or product?

Socials medieval England
I'm learning abt punishment and crime that happened in England and how persons had to undergo ordeals by trials. Question I'm having trouble with is why people and whole village in general had to come as first finders and be in mercy when they didn't observe finding body? And ...

Socials, medieval England
I'm learning abt punishment and crime that happened in England and how persons had to undergo ordeals by trials. Question I'm having trouble with is why people and whole village in general had to come as first finders and be in mercy when they didn't observe finding body? And ...

social studies
How does religion most impact the culture of Southwest Asia? A. Three mayor religions have strong roots in the region and shape the life of the people there. B. It is constantly changing as new people migrate in and out of the region. C. The region is dominated by one ...

Socials medieval England
I'm learning abt punishment and crime that happened in England and how persons had to undergo ordeals by trials. Question I'm having trouble with is why people and whole village in general had to come as first finders and be in mercy when they didn't observe finding body? And ...

math
There were 336 people at a concert. if 2/3 were children, how many chairs were needed for adults?

Algebra
The bus fare in a city is 2.00. People who use the bus have the option of purchasing a monthly coupon book for 39.00. With the coupon book, the fare is reduced to 0.50.

Language Arts
Identify the independent clause in the following sentence: Before electric lighting was invented, people used candles to light their homes at night. A. Before electric lighting was invented B. people used C. people used candles to light their homes at night ** D. to light ...

Math
Casey said that 40 people were surveyed. Is his answer reasonable? Explain.

math
If 210 people say pizza is their favorite food,how many people were surveyed using the graph if 42% chose pizza, 33% chose hotdogs, and 25% chose pasta?

Math
The population in Zanzibar doubles every year. Currently there are 157634 people. Write a function of this growth.

Math
Interest is a concept familiar to most people: every credit card in existence has a term called annual percentage rate (APR), which is an interest rate. Suppose you charged $1,000 to a credit card that has a minimum payment each month equal to the interest owed. Can you figure...

social studies
which statement best describes the geography of religion in Israel? A) Judaism and Christianity dominate in Israel, while Islam is Majority somewhere else B) Islam is a Majority religion through the region, with significant pocket of Judaism and Christianity. C) Israel is ...

english
Here is another paragraph with my summary: Though such people are jumpy, they like to keep their energy and don't fancy moving around much. They would rather sit quietly be themselves and keep out of difficulties. Trouble upsets them, and they run away from it. Their friends ...

english
Have to summarize this: situationsDick Tracy, Li'l Abner, and other men of action belong to this type. Such people make good lifeguards and construction workers. They like to put out energy. They have lots of muscles and they like to use them. They go in for adventure, ...

math
The population in Zanzibar doubles every year. Currently there are 157634 people. Write a function of this growth.

Geography
Are the religions universalizing or ethnic in Sweden? What are the most common religions in the country? Traditions/festivals? I couldn't find any traditions or festivals but this is what I have put Lutheranism took hold in Sweden, and it remained dominant through the 20th ...

statistics
A sign is posted in an elevator stating that the maximum number of people allowed is 25, and that the maximum weight capacity is 4000lbs. Suppose the distribution of the variable Weight (among the population using the elevator) is normal with mean 150lbs and standard deviation...

math
If 14 out of 20 people like chocolate milk, what percent of the people do not like chocolate milk? a.5% b.30% c. 40% d.70%

statistics
1. Suppose you administered an anxiety test to a large sample of people and obtained normally distributed scores with a mean of 45 and a standard deviation of 4. Do not use the web calculator to answer the following questions. Instead, use the Z distribution table below and ...

Maths
In a group of 60 people, 27 like cold drinks and 42 like hot drinks and each person likes at least one of the two drinks. What is the probability that a person chosen at random likes both coffee and tea?

Social Studies
(blank) taught that people need a strong ruler to maintain order -daoism (i picked) -legalism -buddhism -none of these

geography
Suggest 2 ways people in LEDCs could prepare for an earthquake...and also suggest 2 ways people in MEDCs could prepare for earthquake...Thank you for all your help..

system of equations
Suppose you are organizing a social. Let a be the fixed cost and b be the cost per person.Suppose you know it costs $1300 for 30 people and $2200 for 80 people. (a) Set up a system of (two) equations in terms of a and b:

lang art
1. Which question best relates to these details in "Winter"? Frogs burrow the mud / snails bury themselves (1 point) What happens to frogs in the winter? How do animals differ from people in the winter? Why do snails bury themselves? How do creatures prepare for winter? 2. ...

World History
05.06 HC)Suppose a historian wanted to argue that the Enlightenment had a more positive influence on the American Revolution than on the French Revolution. Which statement below would be the strongest evidence for the historian's view? The French Revolution overthrew a ...

Maths
23. A group of people planned to contribute equally towards a water project which needed Ksh 200 000 to complete. However, 40 members of the group withdrew from the project. As a result, each of the remaining members were to contribute Ksh 2500. (a) Find the original number ...

science
A researcher wants to develop a new pharmaceutical compound to treat pain. Which of the following strategies will likely be the most effective process? A. Test extracts from newly discovered plants for pain-killing substances. B. Read anthropological studies to discover plants...

Math
There are 5 chairs in a row, and three people. In how many ways c an you place the people on the chairs? (each person must occupy exactly one chair, so that two chairs will remain free).

Socialstudies
1. What was described as the ' hardest work " slaves did ? ( 1point ) A. work in the rice fields B . Work in the tobacco fields***** C. Work in the lumber business D. Work loading and unloading ships in port 2. which of the follow best describes the social class of a small ...

Social Studies (Check) (Reed)
Describe how and why the suburbs became popular places to live. A: Suburbs became popular places to live as the GI Bill offered low-interest loans, making new housing more affortable during the postwar period than at any other time in American history. They were so popular, in...

World History
Please check my answer, and if you have any suggestions on how I can improve my statement, please let me know! evaluate the role of history in shaping identity and character: France from the 15th to 18th century, most individuals had no say in the basic realities of their own ...

Social studies
Homework Help: history Posted by crazygood on Tuesday, February 18, 2014 at 11:13am. 1. What was described as the ' hardest work " slaves did ? ( 1point ) A. work in the rice fields B . Work in the tobacco fields C. Work in the lumber business D. Work loading and unloading ...

Social Studies (Check, Please!)
Will someone help me with the first two questions and then check the rest? 1. What were two causes and effects of the economic boom of the 1950s? A: ? 2. How did the television industry affect the U.S. economy? A: ? 3. Describe how and why the suburbs became popular places to ...

Algebra
The line at Ice Cream Parlor stretches down the block. there is one more person in line behind James than there is in front of him. There are two times as many people in the entire line as there are behind him. How many people are in line? Possible answers 56, 44, 10, 100 and ...

Applied Business Law
While a corporation may be characterized as a "person" capable of a crime, basing fault on the same psychological processes as apply to people raises problematic issues with respect to moral turpitude, the mens rea element of offences and defences. A realistic approach to ...

Social Studies (Check, Please!)
Will someone help me with the first two questions and then check the rest? 1. What were two causes and effects of the economic boom of the 1950s? A: ? 2. How did the television industry affect the U.S. economy? A: ? 3. Describe how and why the suburbs became popular places to...

Algebra
An auditorium seats 1500 people. Floor seats cost $15 and balcony seats cost $10. If the place is sold out and they make $2100 how many seats are on the floor and in the balcony?

8th grade history
John Locke: In his book Two Treatises on Government, Locke refuted the divine right of Monarchy, and established a theory which states that all men are men are born free and equal. Each person should have equal access to the natural rights of life, liberty, and property. No ...

Forensic science
1.Some people believe that certain drugs such as marijuana should be legalized. Do you agree or disagree? What impact might legalization have on forensic science as a field? for the first one I think that marijuana should not be legalized because people can mistreat the drug. ...

Language
Frogs burrow the mud snails bury themselves and I air my quilts preparing for the cold Dogs grow more hair mothers make oatmeal and little boys and girls take Father John's Medicine Bears store fat chipmunks gather nuts and I collect books For the coming winter 2. Which ...

Government Help Please
Which of the following statements is most accurate? 1) Members of Congress are charged with representing only the people in the district in which they live. 2) Members of Congress are charged with representing only the people throughout their entire state. 3) Members of ...

Government Help Please
Members of the House of Representatives serve two-year terms in order to: 1) protect the House of Representatives from the excesses of popular opinion. 2) stabilize the enactment of public policy with little regard for popular opinion. 3) diminish the need to consider popular ...

U.s GOVERMENT
Which Enlightenment thinker wrote that people in society are bound to one another by an implicit 'social contract'? A. Voltaire B. Marie Arouet C. Jean-Jacques Rousseau D. Thomas Paine

Social Studies
John Locke: In his book Two Treatises on Government, Locke refuted the divine right of Monarchy, and established a theory which states that all men are men are born free and equal. Each person should have equal access to the natural rights of life, liberty, and property. No ...

Language Arts
"Full Fathom Five" by - William Shakespeare Full fathom five thy father lies; Of his bones are coral made; Those are pearls that were his eyes; Nothing of him that doth fade But doth suffer a sea change Into something rich and strange. Sea nymphs hourly ring his knell; Ding-...

Government
John Locke: In his book Two Treatises on Government, Locke refuted the divine right of Monarchy, and established a theory which states that all men are men are born free and equal. Each person should have equal access to the natural rights of life, liberty, and property. No ...

social studies (again)
Jean-Jacques Rousseau: In his book The Social Contract, Rousseau comes up with his theories on government. He believed in what he called “a state of nature” in which people are purely instinctual and harmful, so he says people made a contract with the government to give up...

Geography
2. Which of the following represents a negative aspect of language and culture? A. Vast vocabularies describe new experiences, ideas, and feelings. B. Language reflects where a culture has been. C. People who have experienced the loss of language under pressure from colonizers...

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