Posts by HM

Total # Posts: 478

  1. math

    Cucumbers are on sale, so you buy 30 pounds of them at the local market for your restaurant. Each cucumber is actually 98% water. A few days later, the cucumbers have dried out to the point that each is now 89% water. How much do all your cucumbers weigh at this time?
  2. Science

    lol then why do you care enough to write that?
  3. chemistry

    Use a balanced redox equation to answer the following question. 71.7 mL of 1.13 x 10-4 mol L-1 potassium ferricyanide solution is required to react completely with 43.9 mL of ascorbic acid solution (under acidic conditions). What is the concentration of the ascorbic acid ...
  4. chemistry

    Did anyone figure this out??
  5. calc/trig

    A 84-ft tree casts a shadow that is 130 ft long. What is the angle of elevation of the sun?
  6. math

    Is he actually ?
  7. word scramble

    sad poopeys
  8. USA PoliScience

    Following the political realignment that occurred under Franklin Roosevelt, which of these oppositions began to reshape politics in Texas? a. Liberal versus conservative b. Landowner versus businessman c. Black versus white d. Democrat versus Republican e. Labor versus ...
  9. Texas Government

    Unlike presidential primary elections, general presidential elections focus on the a. party loyalists. b. Electoral College. c. interest groups. d. campaign contributions. e. safe states. Is it going to be B or E ?
  10. USA PoliScience

    If candidate A and B win 300,000 and 200,000 votes, what must candidate C win to have achieved a plurality? a. 500,001 b. 250,001 c. 400,001 d. 300,001 e. 350,001 Hmm I would say C or A ?
  11. US GOVernment

    Which of the following is NOT true of third parties? a. They have never gotten over 10 percent of the popular vote. b. They are formed by independents. c. A majority of Americans favors the idea of a third party. d. They have seldom won electoral votes in the last century. e. ...
  12. Texas Government

    Who ultimately chooses a president's running mate? a. The electoral college b. The presidential nominee c. The voters Electoral college or Nominee? ia m soo confused
  13. Texas Government

    Which of these defines a majority in elections? a. Three-quarters b. 51 percent c. More than half d. Two-thirds e. 60 percent Is it going to be B or C ?
  14. Texas Government

    Following the political realignment that occurred under Franklin Roosevelt, which of these oppositions began to reshape politics in Texas? a. Liberal versus conservative b. Landowner versus businessman c. Black versus white d. Democrat versus Republican e. Labor versus ...
  15. US history HELP

    3 is the closest guess
  16. US history HELP

    Blacks who moved north- 1945-1960? Blacks who moved to northern cities found: 1. inability to vote 2. quality public housing 3. acceptance and respect 4. middle-class status 5. new problems and forms of exploitation 3, or 2 ?
  17. US Judicial System

    A decision or precedent made by which of the following types of court applies to all other courts under its jurisdiction? a. magistrate b. trial c. appellate d. commissioners Trial?
  18. US GOV

    Government can lawfully prevent a political rally from taking place a. under no circumstances; people have an unconditional right to express their views. b. when the rally would require unduly expensive police protection. c. when the views of those holding the rally are ...
  19. US history HELP

    By mid- 1955, the country had pulled out of the previous year's recession and gross national product was growing at a rate of 7.6 percent. The boom was so great that the budget for 1956 predicted a surplus of $4.1 billion. With the surges in production and the economy, the...
  20. US history HELP

    29) When President Eisenhower left the presidency in 1961, he: (1) had endorsed the fundamental features of the welfare state.* (2) had been unable to reduce the role of government in the economy at all. (3) had managed to sell the Tennessee Valley Authority to private ...
  21. US history HELP

    A full employment of economy?
  22. US history HELP

    Toward the end of the Eisenhower presidency, the country could celebrate: 1. the addition as states of Alaska and Hawaii 2. the weakening of communism and the Soviet Union 3. a full-employment economy 4. a climate of growing racial harmony 5. the practical elimination of ...
  23. US history HELP

    However since he was a democrat he would not just do it if a tax cut is going to result in rich people paying less taxes.. so he must have done it to win public suporrt from republicans for the civil legislation?
  24. US history HELP

    the link you send me says 5 could be the possible answer. The economic side was to provide greater incentives for people to work because they would get to keep relatively more of what they earned
  25. US history HELP

    he purpose of Kennedy’s proposed tax cut was to: 1. help the economy by stimulating consumer spending 2. reduce the government’s budgetary surplus 3. win Republican support for civil rights legislation 4. reduce the size of the federal government 5. give rich ...
  26. US history HELP

    Blacks who moved to northern cities found: 1. inability to vote 2. quality public housing 3. acceptance and respect 4. middle-class status 5. new problems and forms of exploitation is it 4 or 3 ?
  27. US history-Religion

    yes I have, I am guessin g it is 5 ?
  28. US history-Religion

    yes I have, I am guessing it is 5 ?
  29. US history-Religion

    By 1960, about 65 percent of Americans: 1. prayed 2. believed in evolution 3. belonged to a church 4. read the Bible 5. believed in God There are no clear stats but 3 would be the most closest answer correct?
  30. US history HELP

    Kennedy’s successor as president, Lyndon Johnson: 1. like Kennedy, had been born into wealth and privilege 2. was a fairly typical southern conservative 3. genuinely cared about the disadvantaged in society 4. had a humble and modest character 5. may have been involved ...
  31. US history HELP

    One of Johnson’s major goals in Vietnam was to: 1. keep the Soviets and Chinese from attacking elsewhere in Asia 2. use nuclear weapons to end the war as quickly as possible 3. use the war to unite the country at home 4. avoid losing it to communism 5. kill as many ...
  32. US history HELP

    Use of the term Chicano indicated: 1. Mexican American opposition to illegal immigration 2. increasing opposition of Hispanic Americans to the Vietnam War 3. efforts of Hispanic Americans to make Spanish the national language 4. growing political assertiveness among Mexican ...
  33. US History

    he purpose of Kennedy’s proposed tax cut was to: 1. help the economy by stimulating consumer spending 2. reduce the government’s budgetary surplus 3. win Republican support for civil rights legislation 4. reduce the size of the federal government 5. give rich ...
  34. US history HELP

    Blacks who moved to northern cities found: 1. inability to vote 2. quality public housing 3. acceptance and respect 4. middle-class status 5. new problems and forms of exploitation is it 4 or 3 ?
  35. US history HELP

    Which would be supportive? But was that not the era of rock n roll?
  36. US history HELP

    In relation to society’s prevailing values in the 1950s, most teens tended to be: 1. supportive 2. critical 3. uncaring 4. defiant 5. uncertain All I know that they were showing a lot of criminal behaviour. I found the meaning of these words but they are not helping.. ...
  37. US history HELP

    It is telly.
  38. US history HELP

    The growing impact of television and the rise of youth culture led many social critics to charge that America was becoming homogenized, conformist society. By 1960, about 30.5% of Americans, or 55 million out of 180 million, lived in suburbs. Stereotypical images of suburbia ...
  39. US history HELP

    One major reason for religion’s growing appeal in the 1950s was: 1. the fire-and-brimstone style of television preachers 2. widespread guilt over the country’s material abundance 3. huge new churches that sponsored social and recreational activities 4. tax breaks for...
  40. US history HELP

    1 ?
  41. US history HELP

    I cannot find it in the book. What is your suggested answer and why?
  42. US history HELP

    The fact that “We Shall Overcome” became the civil rights anthem showed the powerful influence in the movement of: 1. black evangelical churches 2. popular music 3. liberal white northerners 4. songwriters 5. Christians, regardless of their race 2 or 4
  43. US history HELP

    The directness of his delivery?
  44. US history HELP

    Kennedy’s inauguration is best remembered for: 1. the list of promises in his speech 2. his elegant and inspiring rhetoric 3. the record cold in Washington that day 4. the large and friendly crowd 5. the flatness of his delivery I would say 3 .
  45. Texas Government

    A decision or precedent made by which of the following types of court applies to all other courts under its jurisdiction? a. magistrate b. trial c. appellate d. commissioners Trial?
  46. Government US

    The highest rate of inflation (13 percent) since World War II occurred in a. 1955. b. 1963. c. 1979. d. 1991. e. 2002. I cannot find this answer anywhere.
  47. USA PoliScience

    Puerto Ricans who immigrate to the United States are most likely to settle in California Texas New Jersey New Mexico Arizona Usually the docs say Upper north east. I would say the closest would be New Jersey? But there is a possibility of the south as well.
  48. Government USA-Help

    Government can lawfully prevent a political rally from taking place a. under no circumstances; people have an unconditional right to express their views. b. when the rally would require unduly expensive police protection. c. when the views of those holding the rally are ...
  49. Government USA-Help

    Threat from the congress?
  50. Government USA-Help

    Major shifts in the Supreme Court's positions have usually been due to a. the pressure of public opinion. b. new developments that dramatize an immediate need for change in the law. c. turnover in the Court's membership. d. threats from Congress. e. threats from the ...
  51. Grammar Check

    The United States government should prohibit the use of cell phones while driving to improve road safety. better?
  52. Grammar Check

    There are days when lucky drivers get away with writing a text on a U-turn, or hearing a birthday carol from a loved one on their way to work. But not all drivers are fortunate. Ever since cell phones have existed, statistics recorded show the numbers of fatal crashes have ...
  53. Grammar Check

    There are lucky days when drivers get away with writing a text on a U-turn, or hearing a birthday carol from a loved one on their way to work. But not all drivers are fortunate. Ever since cell phones have existed, the numbers of fatal crashes have become directly proportional...
  54. Grammar Check

    Firstly My teacher has said no "you or yous" in the whole of the essay. So if I put "Keep Your Mind on the Road" as a title.. is it appropriate? Should I put "Keep the Mind on the Road" instead? Moreover, my friend says they are some grammar ...
  55. English Research Essay Check

    Hira Mubeen Professor Peggy Vera English 1301 5 December 2011 Keep Your Mind on the Road There are lucky days when a driver gets way with writing a text on a U-turn, or hearing a birthday carol from a loved one on their way to work. But not all drivers are fortunate. Ever ...
  56. USA PoliScience

    The presidency has been a consistently activist office since the administration of a. Andrew Jackson. b. Abraham Lincoln. c. U.S. Grant. d. Franklin Roosevelt. e. Richard Nixon. I know for sure it is not Andrew Jackson .. My guess would be.. Roosevelt ?
  57. US history HELP

    Which of the following statements is true? a. Political parties are unimportant in the organization of the U.S. Congress. b. Party-line voting rarely occurs in Congress. c. Party-line voting has increased in recent years. d. Partisanship makes virtually no difference in the ...
  58. Government US

    It is A !
  59. Government US

    Campaign spending tends to be greatly more important a. for challengers and non-incumbents rather than incumbents. b. for Republican candidates. c. for Democratic candidates. d. for candidates in urban areas than for candidates in rural areas. e. for men rather than women. I ...
  60. USA PoliScience

    3/4 rths then?
  61. USA PoliScience

    On average, women earn about _____ as much as men. a. one-fourth b. one-half c. two-thirds d. three-fourths e. nine-tenths I have looked all over.. My educated guess would be 1/4
  62. United States Government

    I agree with you.
  63. United States Government

    Which of the following is not one of the elements for which the United States could be considered the strongest of the economic powers? a. It exports roughly $1 trillion in goods annually. b. It has a wide base of natural resources. c. It has the most technological know-how. d...
  64. statistics

    Can deciles be found on graphing calculators? ti 83
  65. Math Probability

    Of course how silly of me to put 5/10 for probability of 5 -_-
  66. Math Probability

    A lottery game has balls numbered from 0 - 9 If a ball is selected at random, what is the probability of selecting an even numbered ball or a 5 ? I am guessing this is Mutually exclusive event and hence used the OR= P(A)+P(B) concept considering 0 as an even number I keep ...
  67. cultural antropology

    Static and unchanging cultures.. What is your answer?
  68. Texas Government

    Which of these was NOT a major factor in the emergence of a two-party system in Texas? a. The Shivercrats b. The civil rights movement c. In-migration d. Failure of the New Deal e. Support among minorities for liberal policies I would say In-migration
  69. Texas Government

    Who elects the Speaker of the House of Representatives? a. The majority whip b. The majority party in the House c. The national chair of the majority party d. The president e. The vice president Is it going to be A or B ? I am confused.
  70. Texas Government

    Which of the following are "swing states"? a. Those that may vote Republican or Democratic b. States that joined the Union after 1870 c. Large states d. Small states e. New England A ?
  71. Texas Government

    Which of the following forms the core of the Republican Party? a. Hispanic Catholics b. Anglo Catholics c. Anglo Protestants d. Anglo Mormons e. Black Protestants Anglo Protestants.
  72. Texas Government

    In which month are most local elections held in Texas? a. May b. November c. March d. July e. September I am confused between March and November.. half of the articles say march and half say november
  73. Texas Government

    Isnt county election precinct?
  74. Texas Government

    When you vote in Texas, you are voting by a. county. b. precinct. c. caucus. d. state. e. municipality. I would say county? Correct?
  75. Government US

    6.1 Development of the Two-party System Political scientists and historians usually focus on a few key elements of Texas's legal-institutional framework, political culture, and political history to explain the development of the two-party system in American and Texas ...
  76. Government US

    Texas Republicans are likely to be a. lower-income. b. central-city residents. c. Hispanics. d. middle-aged. e. Catholic. Is e correct?
  77. Government US

    Which of these groups is NOT likely to support Democratic candidates? a. Lawyers b. Health care workers c. Teachers d. Public sector employee unions e. Building trades I would say Building Trades?
  78. statistics

    If Q2 = D5 = Median Which means if the 2nd quartile equals to 5th decile and also the median.. then how do we find out the fourth decile? I mean is there a way to find it out through this? Then what is D4 going to be? I am talking about Deciles here..
  79. statistics

    Q2 = D5 = Median Then what is D4 going to be? I am talking about Deciles here
  80. statistics

    Q2 = D5 = Median Then what is D4 going to be? I am talking about Deciles here..
  81. English

    I am so sorry I should have just posted it in the beginning ! I usually feel like I put a lot of data in to the essay required. If you say I am on right track with my information and ideas then I shall continue. Thank you :)
  82. English

    Dont look at the spelling and grammar.. I just care about the content at the moment.
  83. English

    I have started on my initial draft and turning it into an essay. Like I said before it is about Banning cellphones while texting/driving and my main objective is that the device serves as a distraction leading to consequences.. We have to use research skills , comparison, ...
  84. Comprehensive English

    Writeacher please check my last post, you never replied.. it kind of left me wondering.. you said you would give me some ideas.
  85. English

    Thank you Miss Sra I am sorry to hear that. Could you check my last post, I think Writeacher has gone on a break
  86. English

    Please check my last post as well. I typed a reply. Moreover if I were to come up with an Original and creative essay title. What should it be. For the topic Banning Cellphones while driving. 1. Who is to blame? 2. Blame the cellphone 3. I just wanted to text a friend 4. My ...
  87. English

    A little help here..
  88. English

    Where should I place the example of another country using the ban? In critique or illustration.
  89. English

    I could use the idea of hands held and hands free .. but would that not be going off topic? Sure thank you
  90. English

    Topic: Banning the use of cellphones while driving ( including calls and texts) Opinion: Ban the use, number of statistics that prove the consequences of use of cellphones in anyway is harmful to the driver itself, other drivers and sometimes even pedestrians. Critique : To ...
  91. English

    Another skill would be Critique.. That is the most difficult as well.. how do I incorporate it into my essay?
  92. English

    Okay so I have decided to write about "Banning the use of telephones while driving(including calls/texts)" This is my last shot at the final to earn a B in this class and possibly an A. My opinion on this subject is that I believe that there should be a ban on the ...
  93. Comprehensive English

    We have a final exam coming up with a comprehensive essay including use of each of the types of essays (strategies) you studied this semester— o Critique (pp. 19-22) o Research (pp. 378-380) o Comparison (pp. 217-218) o Illustration (pp. 186-187) o Argument (pp. 275-283) ...
  94. Maths

    The voltage power production of a nuclearpower plant. Is it going to be discreet or continuous ? Explain how and why?
  95. Math Calculator help

    Assume that a normal distribution has a mean of 21 and a standard deviation of 2. Use the empirical rule to find the percentage of values that lie above 23. Now I did this on the Ti 83 by using Normalcdf(-5,1) and getting an answer of 0.84 and then 1-0.84 and I get about 15.9 ...
  96. Texas Government

    Texas's tax structure is highly progressive compared to that of other states. Yes No N/a I would say No. It is rather regressive correcT?
  97. Texas Government

    In 1984, the Texas legislature created the, which provides funding to colleges and universities not included? a. CHIP b. HOPE c. HUD or d. HEAF CHIP HOPE AND HUD are obviously wrong. Is it HEAP then?
  98. Texas Government

    The most common single source of revenue for Texas state governments is? . consumer taxes. . land income. . interest income. . corporate franchise fees. I would say Interest income
  99. Texas Government

    Fixed revenues are also called? a. discretionary. b. earmarks. c. pork-barrel revenues. d. tax bases. I would say D ?
  100. Texas Government

    What dictates when taxes are usually shifted? a. population movements b. during a state census c. market conditions d. proximity to a legislative election cycle I don't understand this question.
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