Questions Asked on
November 24, 2009

  1. physics

    A string (A) hanging from the ceiling has a 1 kg mass attached to it and hanging below this mass is string (B) with a 2 kg mass attached. Both of the strings are massless. How do I calculate the tension in Cord B?

    asked by Ashley
  2. BIology

    A cell cycle is exposed to intensive UV irradiation that results in damage to the cells DNA. Shortly after UV exposure, the cell receives signals telling it to undergo cell division. What are the most likely next events to occur in the cell? A- The cell

    asked by Anonymous
  3. Physics

    The zeppelin Hindenburg exploded on May 6, 1937, in Lakehurst, New Jersey. The accident was due to this type of dirigible using hydrogen (density of H2, M = 2g/mol) as a gas. It carried up to 70 passengers and crew. Estimate how many passengers and crew

    asked by Nikita
  4. literature

    The form of the poem God's Grandeur is that of

    asked by Regina
  5. 1st grade

    how would i start a speech regarding physical education, Im trying to write a speech to impress my classroom for a mayor election

    asked by jlyn
  6. literature

    What does the narrative of Sojourmer truth take place

    asked by Regina
  7. phys

    Sam is taking his girlfriend Sally out for a ride in his boat. He starts out at rest. He accelerates with an acceleration of 0.199 m/s^2 for 83.9 s. At that time Sally decides they are going fast enough and the boat moves at constant speed for a distance

    asked by ami
  8. literature

    in life without principle thoreau writes I would have had him deal with hisprivated experience as the poet does what does this mean

    asked by Regina
  9. physics

    A mass is hung from a beam of weight 2.0 N and length 81 cm. The tension and angle of the cable supporting the beam is 5.0 N at an angle of 40° from the horizontal. Using torques produced calculate the value of the unknown mass.

    asked by Allie
  10. physics

    A cannonball is shot from a cannon on a cliff at a height of 18.9 m at a ship on the ocean. The cannonball is shot with an initial velocity of 15.1 m/s at an angle of 24.7 degrees above the horizontal. #1- What is the total maximum height of the cannonball

    asked by veronica
  11. criminal justice

    while the us constitution specifically the bill of rights, was a comparatively short document, it has stood the test of time, but has been the focus of how much controversy throughout the years. does this living document provide u.s citizens w/ample

    asked by josh
  12. chemistry

    a 500 ml portion of .0020 M Na2C2O4 solution is able to dissolve .47g of MgC2O4. What is the Ksp for MgC2O4

    asked by Raj
  13. literature

    the best in this kind are but shadows is

    asked by Regina
  14. literature

    in line 4 what does Fairy king attend and mark I do hear the morning lark

    asked by Regina
  15. psychology

    I NEED HELP ON THis WORLDS PLEASE i need the definition please 1. Performance goals 2. Mastery goals 3. The effect of praise 4. Expectations and self-efficacy

    asked by cielo
  16. Math

    You are standing on the equator of the earth (radius 3960 miles). What is your linear and angular speed?

    asked by Anonymous
  17. RE teachers help year 9 re

    can science prove the existance of God? ive looked on the sites suggeted for other peple but can`t find anything that helps me sorry to sound ungrateful. i need to print off what i find but i am struggling to find something. thankyou

    asked by GEM
  18. math

    alright.. this is the linear programming question i got.. JJ Manufacturing has three factories (1,2,3) and three distribution centers (A,B,C). shipping costs from the factories to the distrubution centers is as follows from factory 1 to center A: $6 from

    asked by dave
  19. Physics

    A 2.0 kg particle is moving along the x axis to the left with a velocity of v= -6.0 m/s. Suddenly, between times t =0 and t = 4.0 x a net force = 3t^2 – 12t is applied to the particle, where F is in N and t is in s. Calculate the velocity of the particle

    asked by Julia
  20. Physics

    The potential energy of a particle on the x-axis is given by U+ 8xe ^-xsquared/19 where x is 1 meter and U is in Joules. Please find the point on the x-axis for which the potential is a maximum or minimum. I've worked it three times and I get these three

    asked by Ahley
  21. Physics

    A string (A) hanging from the ceiling has a 1 kg mass attached to it and hanging below this mass is string (B) with a 2 kg mass attached. Both of the strings are massless. How do I calculate the tension in Cord B? I have tried several times with different

    asked by Ashley
  22. Statistics

    A test given to a class of students revealed that most did quite well, and only a few did very poorly. How would you describe the distribution of test scores? Would you want to report the mean, median, or mode for this distribution? Please explain the

    asked by Linda
  23. English

    1. My favorite person is Namjoon Baek. He is a famous modern artist. I like him because I want to be an artist. 2. My favorite person is Winston Churchill. He is a famous statesman. I like him because I want to be a statesman. 3. My favorite person is Bill

    asked by rfvv
  24. English

    Look at the pictures. Look at Einstein first. He is a physicist. Let's go counterclockwise. The next person is Namjoon Baek. He is the person on the top of the page. Look at the next person. Go counterclockwise, and you can see a person. He is Winston

    asked by rfvv
  25. ict

    how can companies protect their systems from physical threats such as theft? ive put :- .password .install software which only works for the company

    asked by olivia
  26. Art

    how did the Medici family influenced Renaissance art?

    asked by AL 87
  27. Finance

    To find the simple interest on a loan for 1 year at 12.5%, multiply the amount of the loan by 0.125. What simple interest will you pay on a loan of $1,458 at 12.5% for 1 year?

    asked by landi
  28. ELL

    How do the varities of standards available to teachers provide a focus on high expectations and the motivation needed to taior instruction to meet the needs of the learner?

    asked by Sam Jones
  29. sci 175

    What are the challenges of managing your chosen terrestrial resource issue? What human activities contribute to the problem?

    asked by alton
  30. AP Stat

    A random sample of 15 people is taken from a population in which 40% favour a particular political stand. What is the probability that exactly 6 individuals in the sample favour this political stand? 0.4000 0.5000 0.4000 0.2066 0.0041

    asked by Cb
  31. sat writing

    With one of the most successful African American business in history, the Motown Record Corporation was founded in 1959in Detroit by Berry Gordy,Jr. A.With one B.It was one C.Being one D.One E.As one why can't i choose E? Assignment; does planning

    asked by jessica
  32. Managerial Economics

    A monopolist faces the price equation P = 1,000 – 0.5Q, and cost is given as TC = 400 + 100Q +2.5Q^2.Determine the profit at the revenue maximizing level and the profit maximizing level. Compare the answers above and comment on the appropriate goal of

    asked by Dinish
  33. Managerial Economics

    In a perfect competitive market, industry demand is P = 850 – 2Q, and industry supply is P = 250 + 4Q (supply is the sum of the marginal cost curves of the firms in the industry). Assume that all the firms collude to form a single monopoly firm. There is

    asked by Dinish
  34. operations managment

    Harley-Davidson has its engine assembly plant in Milwaukee and its motorcycle assembly plant in Pennsylvania. Engines are transported between the two plants using trucks, with each trip costing $1,000. The motorcycle plant assembles and sells 300

    asked by Jasmine
  35. chemistry

    What is the Leis Structure for PbCl3?

    asked by Jeremy
  36. music

    what is the nationality of mozart,bob james,bach,verdi.

    asked by shaurya
  37. physics

    if a spinning amusement-park ride has an angular speed of 1.2 rad/s, what is the centripetal acceleration of a person standing 12m from the center of the ride?

    asked by Luis
  38. Physics

    A 19 kg wooden crate is dragged across the driveway. The coefficient of kinetic friction between the wood and concrete is 0.64. A. What is the horizontal force needed to drag the crate uniformly? B. Give a possible value for the coefficient of state

    asked by Jessica
  39. science

    A 2.7 kg box is released on a horizontal surface with an initial speed of 2.9 m/s. It moves on the surface with an acceleration of .27 m/s squared. Calculate the kinetic friction force on the box. The coefficent of the kinetic force is .156.

    asked by Abby
  40. Math

    Use a counter example to show that cos(x+y)= cosx +cosy is not an identity

    asked by Brandon
  41. Math

    Use a counter example to show that cos(x+y)= cosx +cosy is not an identity

    asked by Brandon
  42. Algebra

    4+3x

    asked by BOO
  43. dr russ and writeacher

    thanks to both of you for your help. it was kind of you!:)

    asked by olivia
  44. chemistry

    name a metal carbonate that doesn't decompose when heated with a bunsen burner.

    asked by sarah
  45. Wolrd Geography

    Imagine this situation: Country A invades and conquers Country B. The resulting acculturation has negative effects. Country B's economy undergoes a dramatic change when the new government replaces capitalism with another form of economy. What are the most

    asked by Jenny
  46. fallacies

    “Andrea Keene’s selective morality is once again showing through in her July 15 letter. This time she expresses her abhorrence of abortion. But how we see only what we choose to see! I wonder if any of the anti-abortionists have considered the

    asked by tanya
  47. french

    what does this mean in english ecris la partie correcte d,aller apres chaque nom ou pronom

    asked by dd
  48. fallacies

    I have 3 that I am not sure of: 1. In one of her columns, Abigail Van Buren printed the letter of “I’d rather be a widow.” The letter writer, a divorcée, complained about widows who said they had a hard time coping. Far better, she wrote, to be a

    asked by tanya
  49. programming

    Can anyone help me with this really confusing programming problem? The board game scrabble works by assigning points to wooden tiles arranged in cells on a board. We'll simplify this considerably, and consider the following question. We begin with the

    asked by Jeff
  50. math

    Consider the experiment of drawing two cards without replacement from an ordinary deck of 52 playing cards. #1. What are the odds in favor of drawing a spade and a heart? Coin question... What are the odds in favor of getting at least one head in three

    asked by PD
  51. Literature

    'Write a sentence describing the sounds made by each of the following things. Try to use onomatopoeia and alliteration to echo the sounds you hear' 1. a rainy, windy night 2. a cat eating dry pet food 3. a dumming practicing 4. a city street 5. a person

    asked by mysterychicken
  52. economics

    A professor of economics gives multiple choice exams each semester. He curves the exams by giving the maximum possible points to the high score on the exam. For example, if a 50 question exam is worth 100 points and the top score in the class is 40, then

    asked by Felix
  53. college algebra

    please solve by method of substitution 0.3x-0.4y-0.33=0 0.1x + 0.2y -.21=0 please give all steps to solve.I think I understand the basic concept but this is little more complicated for me. Thanks in advance

    asked by Nadia
  54. math

    19.41 divided by 6=

    asked by veronica
  55. math

    Phil needs to practice free throws 7/10 of an hr each day. If he has already practiced 3/10 of an hr today, how much longer does he need to practice?

    asked by veronica
  56. math

    Find the best buy on cashews (1lb is 16oz), a) 1lb for $6.09 B. 10oz for $4.59 C. 1lb 4oz for $7.09 D. 12oz for $5.09

    asked by Jason
  57. math

    Is the rate 3/4 cup of butter /6eggs equal to the rate 9 cups of butter/73eggs

    asked by Jason
  58. english

    "One of these sentences contains error in Fragments, Comma Faults, Fused Sentences (errors that result when part of a sentence is punctuated as a complete sentence or two complete sentences are incorrectly joined) A. After World War II, Nazism was no

    asked by Shaquitta
  59. algebra

    -3/5+(8/35)=

    asked by Lisa
  60. MACROeconomics - Game Theory

    I don’t get anything from below except for (c). Please help me! Thanks. Consider the following game matrix: ....................................................Player B............ ............................................Left............Right.......

    asked by Anonymous
  61. chemistry 101

    calculate the molecules of oxygen required to react with 28.4g of sulfur in the following reaction? a)1.60 * 10 **24 molecules b)3.56 * 10**23 molecules c)2.67 * 10**23 molecules d)5.33 * 10**23 molecules e)8.00 * 10**23 molecules

    asked by yalda
  62. chemistry

    HB, pH=1 To neutralize 10cm3 it took 5.00cm3 NaOH 10cm3 of the solution HB are diluted with water to make 1 litre of solution. The pH of the new solution is 3. Show that HB is the strongest acid.

    asked by Anonymous
  63. chemistry

    For the following: i) H3PO4 > H3AsO4 > H3SbO4 ii) H2Te > H2Se > H2S > H2O iii) HCl > HBr > HI iv) SbH3 > AsH3 > PH3 > NH3 The order of acidity is correct for which series? 1. ) all are correct 2. ) i and ii 3. )i, ii and iv 4. ) ii, iii 5. ii, iv I know

    asked by bob
  64. physics

    An aluminum nucleus has 13 protons and 14 neutrons. A copper nucleus has 29 protons and 34 neutrons. What is the force of repulsion between an aluminum nucleus and a copper nucleus when they are separated by 10-9 m?

    asked by Alyson
  65. english

    need to change sentences from passive to present maria was congratulated on her beautiful swing.

    asked by Anonymous
  66. math

    CAN YOU SHOW ME THE QUICKEST WAY TO DO ALGEBRA

    asked by ERICA
  67. English II

    One of these sentences contains and error in Verb Forms. A.The oldest humanlike fossils have been found in Africa. B. Within the Great Mosque in Mecca is the sacred Black Stone, which Moslems believe came from heaven. C. Archaeological remains indicate

    asked by Shaquitta
  68. English

    Is anything wrong with the suject- verb agreement in this sentence. The rod and scepter signifies the power of the king. I am trying to figure out if signifies is suppose to be signified or is nothing wrong with it.

    asked by Candace
  69. chemistry

    At atmospheric pressure, a sample of O2 gas has a volume of 55mL at 27 degrees celcius. What volume in mL will the O2 gas occupy if the temperature is decreased 0 degrees C and the pressure is held constant?

    asked by jeff
  70. English

    One of these sentences contains an error in Adjectives and Adverbs. A.The dress rehearsal went badly, but the director remained calm. B.The doctor felt carefully along the spine of the victim, who lay quietly on the ground. C.For several hours after the

    asked by Shaquitta
  71. English

    One of these sentences contains an error in Verb Forms. A.Historians speculate about what might have happened when the Conquistadors arrived if the Mayans had invented the wheel. B.In the early part of the century, electric lights were an extravagance in

    asked by Shaquitta
  72. English II

    sentence contain and error in Subject-Verb Agreement. A.Nine innings are the usual length of a baseball game. B. Benefits are vacation, sick leave, and other nonwage forms of compensation. C.Bonnie and Clyde glamorizes the images of bank robbers Bonnie

    asked by Shaquitta
  73. Chem answer check

    Do these look right? What shape does an ammonia (NH3) molecule have?trigonal pyramidal In a tetrahedral molecule, how many unshared pairs of valence electrons does the central atom have? none In a polar bond, electrons are? completely transferred What

    asked by Rob
  74. english II

    Sentence contain an error in Adjectives and Adverbs. A.Asparagus tastes good when it is accompanied by a hollandaise sauce. B.Sometimes the camera must be held vertically in order to frame the whole scene. C.Cross-country skiing is an effective and

    asked by Shaquitta
  75. geograohy

    list three ways that money, ideas, and information move from one place to another nowadays.

    asked by Vanny
  76. english II

    Which sentence contains an error in Pronouns. Is it B. A.Neither Jane Austen nor Mary Shelley is known for their poetry. B.As the curtain rises, everyone in the audience settles into his or her seat and waits for the play to begin. C.The book sale that is

    asked by Shaquitta
  77. history

    what are Democrats views on health insurance? what are the republican views on health insurance? please list some examples in sentences for both

    asked by melissa
  78. Physics help

    A solid cylinder rolls along the floor. What is the ratio of it's translational kinetic energy to its rotational kinetic energy about an axis parallel to its length and through its center of mass?

    asked by Rachel
  79. college

    Write a sentence of at least 150 words—no substituting semicolons or conjunctions for periods and no stream of consciousness. Include at least one of each of the following: gerund phrase, participial phrase, infinitive phrase, appositive, adjectival

    asked by Jana
  80. MATH

    NUMBER OF DAYS IT TOOK 10 STUDENTS TO COMPLETE THEIR PROJECTS 6,4,10,11,8,6,14,9,3,12

    asked by AHMIR
  81. english II

    One of these sentences contains an error in the use of punctuation marks. (Comma) Errors in the use of punctuation marks - Comma A.She had a bountiful assortment of hair ornaments in her top drawer: ribbons, bows, barrettes, and headbands. B.Fluffy a dog

    asked by Shaquitta
  82. Chemistry

    Regarding conductivity: 1. If a solution has a high conductivity, it indicates that there are a lot of __________________ in solution. [Answer: ions] 2. Pure acetic acid does not conduct electricity, nor does pure water, but a mixture of the two does

    asked by .
  83. social studies

    why would a store owner spend so much money on decoating their store?

    asked by Joanna
  84. Business Management

    You have recently been hired as a new manager hired into a failing division in a company. The product line is outdated and losing market share, inter-departmental communication is adversarial, and competition for corporate funding is fierce. How are you, a

    asked by Rodney
  85. Business

    True or false A recommended way of capitalizing on failure in a management experience is to reflect on what you would do differently in the furture? Is it true?

    asked by Jamie
  86. science

    Hi, quick question: Graphite is burned in oxygen to give carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide. If the product mixture is 33% CO and 67% CO2 by mass, what is the heat from the combustion of 1.00 g of graphite? dH values: CO:-110.5 kj/mol, CO2: -393.5 kj/mol

    asked by ben
  87. Biology

    The adaptations of land-dwelling organisms forgetting oxygen show a trade-off of two needs. What are they?

    asked by Alexandra
  88. english II

    Sentence contains an error in Pronouns. I think D is correct. A.Picture framing is not the simple craft it may seem at first glance, and most who try it without instruction do not succeed. B.Insects play an essential role in the survival of higher-order

    asked by Shaquitta
  89. english II

    Sentence contains an error in Pronouns. I think B is wrong. A.Will everyone who is an uncle please raise his hand? B.The president and the general addressed the troops before it sat down to enjoy Thanksgiving dinner. C.At a golden wedding anniversary, a

    asked by Shaquitta
  90. history

    what is the difference between vertical and horizontal integration?

    asked by Joanna
  91. social studies

    what is the difference between vertical and horizontal integration?

    asked by Joanna
  92. english II

    sentence contain and error in Subject-Verb Agreement. A.Nine innings are the usual length of a baseball game. B. Benefits are vacation, sick leave, and other nonwage forms of compensation. C.Bonnie and Clyde glamorizes the images of bank robbers Bonnie

    asked by Shaquitta
  93. english II

    sentence contain and error in Pronouns. A.To characterize a soldier's dedication and loyalty, they used to say that he died with his boots on. B.As the plane was boarding, the flight attendants asked whether anyone would be willing to trade their ticket

    asked by Shaquitta
  94. geography

    Three critical factors which affect choice of transportation type are time, distance, and environmental impact. Create a chart to show which is the best choice in the following situations: coal being moved 2000km ; an important parcel going 700km ; cars

    asked by Vanny
  95. english II

    sentence contain and error in Pronouns. the answer is a. A.Several of we orchestra members also play in the marching band. B.Membership in the club is open to whoever wants to join. C.Who did you say was playing the leading role? D.The bat that had been

    asked by Shaquitta
  96. english II

    sentence contain and error in Pronouns. The answer is d. A. The invitations for the tomato festival requested that all attendees wear their red shirts. B. Neither of us could lift the ball, which weighed more than eighty pounds. C. Almost every medieval

    asked by Shaquitta
  97. english II

    sentence contain and error in adjectives and adverbs. The answer is a. A.Jupiter is more far away from the sun than is Earth. B.Today slim women are considered beautiful, but in the age of Rubens, pleasingly plump females were in fashion. C.An ace in the

    asked by Shaquitta
  98. english II

    Error in Sentence Completeness. the answer is b. A.In spring, the garden blazed with pastel azaleas, dogwood, and cherry blossoms; in autumn, chrysanthemums changed the palette to burnished russets, golds, and yellows. B.The beans are ripe on the bush and

    asked by Shaquitta
  99. english II

    Error in Sentence Completeness. the answer is b. A.Metal is a better conductor of electricity than glass. B.The heat this summer is much less oppressive than it was last year. C.Water shortages occur much more frequently in California than they do in

    asked by Shaquitta
  100. physics - PLEASE HELP

    A vertical spring (ignore its mass), whose spring constant is 980 N/m, is attached to a table and is compressed 0.160 m. (a) What speed can it give to a 0.400 kg ball when released? (b) How high above its original position (spring compressed) will the ball

    asked by Shane
  101. physics - please help

    A 0.455 kg wood block is firmly attached to a very light horizontal spring (k = 160 N/m). It is noted that the block-spring system, when compressed 5.0 cm and released, stretches out 2.3 cm beyond the equilibrium position before stopping and turning back.

    asked by Anonymous
  102. english II

    Error in Sentence Consistency and Parallelism. the answer is d. A.First prepare a résumé; then write your cover letter. B.An autocratic leader makes all decisions and then tells subordinates what to do and how to do it. C.If you have an eye for detail

    asked by Shaquitta
  103. english II

    Error in Sentence Consistency and Parallelism. the answer is b. A.If the rain would stop, then the grounds crew would uncover the infield and the game could resume. B.Cyclists and joggers are everywhere-on country roads, in city streets, on the boardwalk,

    asked by Shaquitta
  104. history

    Why did Andrew Carnegie want to achieve both horizontal and vertical integration?

    asked by Joanna
  105. english II

    error in sentence consistency and parallelism. the answer is b. A.Jean Arp, among others, was at the forefront of the Surrealist movement in visual art; Andre' Breton was a pioneer of Surrealist literature. B.The spongy, tasteless, circular roll was such a

    asked by Shaquitta
  106. poetic devices quick question

    Is the poem Phenomenal Woman is this an example of imagery? The span of hips The stride of my step The curl of my lips If it is imagery is it visual???

    asked by Crystal
  107. english II

    Error in consistency and parallelism. the answer is a. A.Clipper ships designed primarily for speed and that had a limited amount of cargo space easily outpaced the first plodding steamships. B.The room was sparsely furnished and dimly lit. C.Radio Marti,

    asked by Shaquitta
  108. english II

    Error in consistency and parallelism. the answer is c. A.Actually, the pineapple was a symbol of hospitality. B.Everything that King Midas touched turned to gold, including his food and water. C.The farmer butchered the pig he had raised on a table behind

    asked by Shaquitta
  109. history

    why was it biased for President William Mckinley to say that the fillipinos are unfit for self government?

    asked by Joanna
  110. Contracts URGENT!

    I have a question on Contracts, Janice bought a gym membership at a local fitness club. Does the Sale of Goods Act govern this contract? Provide a statutory reference. This is my answer: Yes, Sale of Goods Act does govern this contract. The Sale of Goods

    asked by Yana
  111. english II

    Errors in the use of punctuation marks - Comma I think the answer is D. A.In his autobiography, Benjamin O. Davis, Jr., who in 1970 retired from the Air Force as a three-star general, describes his efforts to gain professional recognition for himself and

    asked by Shaquitta
  112. english II

    Errors in the use of punctuation marks - Comma The answer is d. A.Birds such as eagles, hawks, and falcons are known as raptors. B.Money raised by the sale of UNICEF greeting cards goes toward famine relief, health care, and education. C.The Dead Sea

    asked by Shaquitta
  113. english II

    Error in position of modifiers. the answer is c. A.Actually, the pineapple was a symbol of hospitality. B.Everything that King Midas touched turned to gold, including his food and water. C.The farmer butchered the pig he had raised on a table behind the

    asked by Shaquitta
  114. Chemistry!

    HB, pH=1 To neutralize 10cm3 it took 5.00cm3 NaOH 10cm3 of the solution HB are diluted with water to make 1 litre of solution. The pH of the new solution is 3. Show that HB is the strongest acid.

    asked by Anonymous
  115. hellllp physics

    A solid cylinder rolls along the floor. What is the ratio of it's translational kinetic energy to its rotational kinetic energy about an axis parallel to its length and through its center of mass?

    asked by Rachel
  116. calculus

    Find the x-coordinate of the point P on the parabola y=1-x^2 (0

    asked by Anonymous
  117. english II

    error in position of modifiers. answer is c. A.Thor, the Norse god of thunder, was a fearless warrior and the adversary of giants. B. Although Henry James settled permanently in England, he examined the impact of European civilization on American life.

    asked by Shaquitta
  118. English

    Woman She wanted to be a blade Of grass amid the fields But he wouldn’t agree to be the dandelion She wanted to be a robin singing Through the leaves But he refused to be Her tree She spun herself into a web And looking for a place to rest Turned to him

    asked by Briana
  119. English

    Can you please tell me what this means?I don't understand it at all. Thank you for your help. I hate this type of literature. Modernism is that if everything is based on perception, then history is false; therefore the society emerges from that history is

    asked by Madison
  120. english II

    error in separation of sentence parts. tha answer is b. A.Dungaree, an Indian word that is rarely used these days, refers to a type of cloth rather than to a specific article of clothing. B.Her voice was, as even her harshest critics were forced to

    asked by Shaquitta
  121. english II

    Errors in the use of punctuation marks - Comma the answer is a. A.What will you be when you grow up-an artist or a mathematician? B.To make a delicious hot chocolate drink, melt a square of unsweetened chocolate, stir in some sugar and milk, add a dollop

    asked by Shaquitta
  122. english II

    Errors in the use of punctuation marks - Semicolons and Colons A.Many of the "lite" products on the market bear little resemblance to their progenitors; non-fat cream cheese, for example, tastes completely different from the real thing. B.Registered mail

    asked by Shaquitta
  123. english II

    Errors in the use of punctuation marks - Semicolons and Colons A.Three states have counties named Fairfield: Connecticut, Ohio, and South Carolina. B.Sound may be used to link two scenes: wake-up music from a clock radio at the end of one scene becomes a

    asked by Shaquitta
  124. english II

    Errors in the use of punctuation marks - Comma A.Birds such as eagles, hawks, and falcons are known as raptors. B.Money raised by the sale of UNICEF greeting cards goes toward famine relief, health care, and education. C.The Dead Sea Scrolls shed new light

    asked by Shaquitta
  125. French help

    Hi. There is a word missing in this sentence. Would it be pour? Thank you! Le week-end, j’aime aller à la plage ______ faire bronzer et nager mais seulement quand il fait chaud.

    asked by Madison
  126. 6th grade

    most of the islands in north belong to

    asked by me
  127. english II

    Errors in the use of punctuation marks - Semicolons and Colons the answer is b. A.Daniel Boone was born in Pennsylvania; his parents were English Quakers. B.Leftover turkey can be used in turkey tetrazzini, turkey burgers, and turkey chowder. C.In 1819,

    asked by Shaquitta
  128. Math

    I'm having trouble with reciprocal functions. If a graph of a reciprocal function is given, how do you find its equation? Any help would be really appreciated.

    asked by KC
  129. english II

    Errors in the use of punctuation marks - Use of Quotation Marks and Terminal Punctuation the answer is d. A.In "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock," T.S. Eliot laments the absence of passion in modern life. B."As long as you are living under my roof,"

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  130. english II

    Errors in the use of punctuation marks - Use of Quotation Marks and Terminal Punctuation the answer is a. A."What is my name?" Rumpelstiltskin asked the miller's daughter. B.Next week the class is going to study folk songs and spirituals that we learned as

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  131. english II

    Errors in the use of punctuation marks - Use of Quotation Marks and Terminal Punctuation tha answer is b. A."What do you suppose Kennedy meant," asked Professor Foster, "when he said 'Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your

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  132. chemistry

    What are the chemicals that cause ozone depletion. Provide information on their structures, how they are made, and how they react with ozone in the stratosphere. Also describe where these chemicals are found in industry and in household products.

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  133. english II

    MECHANICS (errors in the use of italics) answers is A.The publishers of Rolling Stone have begun a new magazine called Family Life. B.If you like zest in your food, add just a soupcon of crushed red pepper to your white clam sauce. C.The screen adaption of

    asked by Shaquitta
  134. Literacy development

    Why do you think that throughout the instruction of reading vocabulary development should be emphasized?

    asked by Anonymous
  135. english II

    Errors in the use of punctuation marks - Use of Quotation Marks and Terminal Punctuation the answer is d. A.Several universities in the city offer the following degrees: B.A., M.A., Ph.D. B.Must students write a research paper and pass a written

    asked by Shaquitta
  136. english II

    Errors in the use of punctuation marks - Comma the answer is d. A.What will you be when you grow up-an artist or a mathematician? B.To make a delicious hot chocolate drink, melt a square of unsweetened chocolate, stir in some sugar and milk, add a dollop

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  137. english II

    Errors in the use of punctuation marks - Semicolons and Colons A.Many of the "lite" products on the market bear little resemblance to their progenitors; non-fat cream cheese, for example, tastes completely different from the real thing. B.Registered mail

    asked by Shaquitta
  138. global history

    list the ethical concepts voiced by jesus

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  139. english II

    Position of Modifiers (errors in the placement of a modifier in a sentence) answer is A. A.Seeking food in the rain-forest canopy, common marmosets often live in close proximity to spider monkeys, which are ground dwellers. B.A consummate craftsperson, her

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  140. algebra

    solve by substitution method: 9x+7y=4 x=23-4y

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  141. grade 10 math

    im stuck in this question,i tried everything but i failed... can u please help me. find two numbers whose sum is 32 and whose product is a maximum. please help me!!!

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  142. art

    What is known as chroma or intensity?

    asked by Brina
  143. english II

    Errors in the use of punctuation marks - Semicolons and Colons the answer is c. A.Daniel Boone was born in Pennsylvania; his parents were English Quakers. B.Leftover turkey can be used in turkey tetrazzini, turkey burgers, and turkey chowder. C.In 1819,

    asked by Shaquitta
  144. fallacies

    Need help with two questions 8. From a letter to the editor: “The counties of Michigan clearly need the ability to raise additional sources of revenue, not only to meet the demands of growth but also to maintain existing levels of service. For without

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  145. english II

    Errors in the use of punctuation marks - Use of Quotation Marks and Terminal Punctuation the answer is b. A."What is my name?" Rumpelstiltskin asked the miller's daughter. B.Next week the class is going to study folk songs and spirituals that we learned as

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  146. english II

    MECHANICS (errors in the use of hyphens) answer is a. A.In a leap year, the last day of February is the twenty ninth. B.Television viewers hope to see nearly perfect performances in international competition. C.Meryl Streep's motion pictures are generally

    asked by Shaquitta
  147. geography

    Today, you can see events such as floods, battles, or spacecraft launches as they are happening. A hundred years ago, this would not have been possible. How do you think modern technology ( tv, computers, the internet)makes you think differently about this

    asked by vanny
  148. english II

    MECHANICS (errors in the use of apostrophes) the answer is b. A.Burt and Loni's breakup made front-page news in the tabloids for weeks. B.Eileen Farrell's foray into the blues was successful, but the singer's commitment to opera reigned supreme. C.The

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  149. english II

    MECHANICS (errors in the use of apostrophes) the answer is a. A.At one time, "yes, ma'am" and "no, sir" were some boys' and girls' respectful responses to adults' questions. B.Safeguarding the environment is not somebody elses responsibility; it is our's.

    asked by Shaquitta
  150. French

    Est-ce que tu travailles après les cours? I want to know what type of work this question is referring to. A job? Homework? Homechores?

    asked by Anna
  151. english II

    Error in Capitalization the answer is d. A.His mother hoped he would apply to medical school, but his dream was to become the Manager of fast-food franchise operation. B.The Committee on Social Reform included Professor Washington and a number of other

    asked by Shaquitta
  152. english II

    Capitalization the answer is a. A.My brother Frank was named after our Father; I am named after Uncle Victor. B.Throughout the '80s, the presidency of the United States was held by a member of the Republican Party. C.After the Civil War, Northerners known

    asked by Shaquitta
  153. English

    Why are taboos used by authors in their writing?

    asked by Madison
  154. Fallacies

    Need help with two questions..#8 is throwing me off, (false dilemma or begging the question)?? I chose false dilemma) is this correct? 8. From a letter to the editor: “The counties of Michigan clearly need the ability to raise additional sources of

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  155. Biology

    Explian how one-way flow of blood is maintained in the circulatory system.

    asked by jake
  156. Physics - fluids

    A solid cylinder (radius = 0.170 m, height = 0.150 m) has a mass of 7.00 kg. This cylinder is floating in water. Then oil (ñ = 0.866 kg/m3) is poured on top of the water until the situation shown in the drawing results. How much of the height of the

    asked by Erin
  157. psy265

    Consider that you are having an informative discussion with your adolescent child about sex. Your goal is to explain to your child that sexual arousal is a normal sensation attributed to the brain, neurochemicals, and sex hormones all working together.

    asked by trudy
  158. grade 10 math

    im stuck in this question,i tried everything but i failed... can u please help me. find two numbers whose sum is 32 and whose product is a maximum. please help me!!! No one has answered this question yet.

    asked by Sameul
  159. Biology

    after a severe cut, a patinets symptoms were recroded as following: i.weak pulse ii.rapid pulse iii.lower body temprature iv.slightly blue or dark discoloration of the fingertips Explain how blood loss casued each of the above symptoms.

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  160. Physics

    A ball of mass 0.640 kg moving east (+x direction) with a speed of 3.10 m/s collides head-on with a 0.780 kg ball at rest. If the collision is perfectly elastic, what will be the speed and direction of each ball after the collision? 1. ball originally at

    asked by Fred
  161. english II

    MECHANICS (errors in the use of apostrophes) the answer is b. A.At one time, "yes, ma'am" and "no, sir" were some boys' and girls' respectful responses to adults' questions. B.Safeguarding the environment is not somebody elses responsibility; it is our's.

    asked by Shaquitta
  162. Biology

    why does the left ventricle contain more muscle than the right ventricle? why does systolic pressure incresse after exersise while disatolic decreases?

    asked by jake
  163. english II

    MECHANICS (errors in the use of apostrophes) the answer is a. A.Burt and Loni's breakup made front-page news in the tabloids for weeks. B.Eileen Farrell's foray into the blues was successful, but the singer's commitment to opera reigned supreme. C.The

    asked by Shaquitta
  164. english II

    Word Choice and the Use of Idioms (errors in the choice of words and in the use of idiomatic expressions) the answer is d. A.And so, we on this special projects team have an important mission spread before us-one that will affect every man and woman in

    asked by Shaquitta
  165. english II

    Word Choice and the Use of Idioms (errors in the choice of words and in the use of idiomatic expressions) the answer is d A.The plural form of criterion is criteria. B.Not all employers who believe in the principle of equal employment are in favor of

    asked by Shaquitta
  166. english II

    Word Choice and the Use of Idioms (errors in the choice of words and in the use of idiomatic expressions) the answer of c. A.With all of his acne pits, in the dark his face resembled a cratered moon on a cloudy night. B.It was a strenuous tennis match, but

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  167. english II

    Errors in the use of punctuation marks - Semicolons and Colons the answer is c. A.Daniel Boone was born in Pennsylvania; his parents were English Quakers. B.Leftover turkey can be used in turkey tetrazzini, turkey burgers, and turkey chowder. C.In 1819,

    asked by Shaquitta
  168. english II

    Sentence Consistency and Parallelism (errors in consistency, such as shifts in verb tense or a lack of parallel structure in equivalent sentence parts. They had spent the last two weeks playing phone tag, leaving short bursts of clever repartee on each

    asked by Shaquitta
  169. english II

    Sentence Consistency and Parallelism (errors in consistency, such as shifts in verb tense or a lack of parallel structure in equivalent sentence parts. A.The hapless duck fell from the sky with a loud thud and quacking as it descended. b.Abraham Lincoln

    asked by Shaquitta
  170. 6th grade

    What does LaQ means

    asked by Anonymous
  171. Math

    If I drive the lenght of 3 acres in a straight line, then how many miles does that equal?

    asked by Navid
  172. Microeconomics - Cournot

    X is a monopolist of a soda source that costlessly burbles forth as much soda as X cares to bottle. It costs X $2 per gallon to bottle this soda. The inverse demand curve for X’s soda is p(y) = 20 – 0.2y, where p is the price per gallon and y is the

    asked by Anonymous
  173. psychology

    how can you teach a person to be empathtic?

    asked by Anonymous
  174. Math

    Find the equation of a line passing through the point (-1,2) and making an angle 13 degrees with the x-axis.

    asked by Anonymous
  175. chemistry

    Find DHo for BaCO3(s) --> BaO(s) + CO2(g) given 2 Ba(s) + O2(g) --> 2 BaO(s) DHo = -1107.0 kJ Ba(s) + CO2(g) + 1/2 O2(g) --> BaCO3(s) DHo = -822.5 kJ 1. -1929.5 kJ 2. 537.0 kJ 3. 269.0 kJ 4. -284.5 kJ 5. -1376.0 kJ i got 537.0 kJ....is that right :S HELP

    asked by harsha
  176. Math

    1. Write a quadratic function in intercept form whose graph has the given x-intercepts and passes through the given point. x-intercepts: 2,3 point: (4,2) 2. Write a quadratic function in standard form whose graph passes through the given points.

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  177. Math

    Lee is running around the perimeter of a circular track at a rate of 10 ft/sec. The track has a radius of 100 yards. After 10 seconds, Lee turns and runs along a radial line to the center of the circle. Once he reaches the center, he turns and runs along a

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  178. chemistry

    Given the thermochemical equation SO2(g) + ½ O2(g) ---> SO3 (g) DH = -99.1 kJ calculate the enthalpy change (DH) when 89.6 g of SO2 is converted to SO3. 1. 69.3 kJ 2. -111 kJ 3. -139 kJ 4. 139 kJ 5. -69.3 kJ i got -139 kj but im so unsure may some one

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  179. english II

    MECHANICS (errors in the use of italics) A.Some etymologists claim that corduroy, the word with which we describe an humble textile, comes from the French corde du roi; or "cord of the king." B.The term extensor refers to a muscle that serves to straighten

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  180. algebra

    Homer is giving some cookies to each of his three brothers. To the oldest, he gives half of the cookies and half a cookie. He then gives half of what is now left and half a cookie to his second brother. Finally, he gives half of what is now left and half a

    asked by john
  181. astrophysics

    1) Every second the Sun outputs 3.90* 10^26 Joules of energy. Power is energy output per unit time and is given in units of Watts (W) where 1 W = 1 Joule per second. The Sun's power output is therefore 3.90*10^26 Watts. This is called the solar luminosity.

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  182. Axia

    how might a person distinguish between the prejudicial snd nonprejudicial use of rhetorical devices?

    asked by Susana
  183. Fallacies

    Had to walk away from this one and clear my head. In February 1992, a representative of the Catholic Church in Puerto Rico gave a radio interview (broadcast on National Public Radio) in which he said that the Church was against the use of condoms. Even

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  184. Physics 11

    Can someone give me an accurate definition on "Principle of Superposition"? Extra info: Im studying Physics 11, Sound Unit

    asked by Andy
  185. Geography

    Identify the top 10 trading countries in the world and reasons for their success. I've already found the top 10 trading countries, but l haven't figured out what made these countries so successful. And by the way, if this list is wrong please say so.

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  186. Geography

    what is the name of an organisation that is working to provide drinking water in developing countries. website please! :D

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  187. 9th grade Geography

    Which of the following statements about manufacturing in the region is NOT true? a. About 50 percent of the region’s GDP comes from manufacturing. b. Demand for manufactured goods has increased. c. Workers produce textiles, paper goods, and cement. d.

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  188. Geo

    Which statement about African music is not true? a. It has been strongly influenced by American jazz. b. It is popular around the world today. c. The blues tradition came from Africa. d. Contemporary music borrows from its traditions and styles.

    asked by Josh
  189. Chemistry 101

    Are these correct? 1. A sample of gases contains three gases at the following pressures: 1.2 atm N2, 3.2 atm O2, and 0.56 atm Xe. What is the total pressure in the container? a. 5.0atm b. 1.4atm c. 2.2atm d. 1.0atm e. 1.7atm I am pretty sure it is A. Is

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  190. astrophysics

    1) Every second the Sun outputs 3.90* 10^26 Joules of energy. Power is energy output per unit time and is given in units of Watts (W) where 1 W = 1 Joule per second. The Sun's power output is therefore 3.90*10^26 Watts. This is called the solar luminosity.

    asked by Easha
  191. math

    what word can you spell with tttlrmehee

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  192. english

    what are some sub details in education

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  193. english

    how can i used my inference skill in a life situaton

    asked by ann
  194. Science-QUICKLY PLEASE!!

    3. Which of the following projects is a good example of the current cooperation between nations for the furthering of scientific research? a. International Space Station b. NAFTA c. Hoover Dam d. Panama Canal please help!!!!!

    asked by Ashley
  195. Science-QUICKLY PLEASE!!

    13. Which invention below would not have been possible without the pioneering research of German-American physicist Albert Einstein, American physicist Robert Oppenheimer, and Italian-American physicist Enrico Fermi? a. computer microchip b. nuclear

    asked by Ashley
  196. Political Science

    I need some good examples of topics to write a 5page paper on. The paper is to address any MAJOR problems of the American national government. Thank you

    asked by Mel
  197. psychology

    hi can you please help me with the following 1) performance goals 2) mastery goals 3) the effect of praise 4) Expectations and self-efficacy i need the websites where i can get information from. please help me thanks

    asked by Dora
  198. math

    how do you use the property of one to write 3 fractions equivalent to 5/9

    asked by larry
  199. math

    need help with ordering from greatest to least 3 1/4, 3.2, 11/3, 3.85

    asked by robert
  200. Math

    How do you write 3 expressions that have an absolute value of 7

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  201. BUAL

    In a local university, 40% of the students live in the dormitories. A random sample of 80 students is selected for a particular study. The probability that the sample proportion (the proportion living in the dormitories) is at least 0.30 is

    asked by Anonymous
  202. Math

    Don't know how to compare 101 2/18 to 102 89/1000 47 8/13 to 47 4/7 17/8 to 16/5

    asked by Gwen
  203. Math

    How do you change 11/3 to a decimal?

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