# Posts by Ms. Sue

Total # Posts: 156,637

1. ### math

I would assume that 8.85 was the original price. But that is worded ambiguously. Check with your teacher.
2. ### math

I know. But your answer choices don't make sense. Check to see if there's a typo.

5. ### math

Divide the numerator by the denominator. 3/8 = 0.375 Multiply the decimal by 100 (or move the decimal point two places to the right. 0.375 = 37.5%
6. ### life orientation

See the Similar Questions below.
7. ### english

Which sentence has two words describing a noun?
8. ### history

https://www.history.com/topics/boxer-rebellion
9. ### Maths

x + (2/3)x = 70 x = 70 / (5/3) x = 70 * (3/5) x = 210 / 5 = 42
10. ### Economis

Parliament of which country?

12. ### MAth

highest common factor of 52 and what other number?
13. ### World History

A is correct.

15. ### Education financial

You're welcome.
16. ### Education financial

Also use what you've learned in this class.
17. ### Education financial

I suggest you use your elementary school for this question. Use the school's budget for educational staff.
18. ### Education financial

How large a school? How much money does it have to spend? How many students? How many of each position does it need?

20. ### english

Let's experiment. We'll call the flags A, B, C, D. A B C D A B D C A C D B A C B D A D B C A D C B Keep going
22. ### Riddle

Did you click the link I posted in answer to your last post? If not, why not?
23. ### HR

That depends upon which benchmarks you're using. https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/benchmark
24. ### Riddle

https://riddlesbrainteasers.com/room-windows/
25. ### science

None of the above.

Yes, A.

I agree.
28. ### Math

(1/3) * 10 = ______ feet
29. ### Math

243 + 261 = ?
30. ### Life orientation

See the Similar Questions below.
31. ### us history

It's the Stamp Act.

34. ### World history

No. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dawes_Plan

Yes, b.

37. ### History

https://www.history.com/topics/armenian-genocide
38. ### Econ

Nope. I've checked two of your guesses. Now you're on your own. Please do not post this question again. I suggest you read more carefully this time. "What is 'Taxable Income' Taxable income is the amount of income used to calculate how much tax an ...
39. ### Econ

No, not D. https://www.investopedia.com/terms/t/taxableincome.asp
40. ### ENGLISH

You're welcome, Joshua.
41. ### ENGLISH

I agree with A.
42. ### English

Is there a question here?
43. ### Math

https://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1531275101
44. ### Algebra

50 + 25 = 75

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mica

farming
47. ### Philosophy

I don't think your teacher wants MY opinion. What do YOU think?
48. ### English

She studies hard. She works intensely to get ready for the exam. She put in many hours to prepare for the exam.
49. ### English

1. Correct 2. no 4. No. Hard does not belong in either this or sentence 5.
50. ### English

No. She studies hard for an exam.
51. ### math

Good! :-) You're welcome, coaster-girl-meg.
52. ### math

Instead of x in the problem, substitute 3.
53. ### math

What don't you understand?
54. ### U.S History

https://historyengine.richmond.edu/episodes/view/4142
55. ### Life orientation

http://www.health.gov.au/internet/publications/publishing.nsf/Content/ohp-enhealth-manual-atsi-cnt-l~ohp-enhealth-manual-atsi-cnt-l-ch3~ohp-enhealth-manual-atsi-cnt-l-ch3.8

57. ### Math

0.2 * 30 = \$________
58. ### math

You're very welcome.
59. ### math

No. https://www.verywellmind.com/what-is-a-dependent-variable-2795099
60. ### Not really a subject

When I was 6 My sister was half my age How old was your sister then? How much younger than you was she? How much younger than you is she now?
61. ### English

Yes, both have almost the same meaning and are grammatical. # 1 refers to a group of something -- like a deck of cards.

Good luck!
64. ### Gudiance and Discipline

Of course you don't remember. Please go back and read the appropriate pages again.
65. ### Gudiance and Discipline

This is where it's necessary to read your text very carefully. You need to see which answer the text's author prefers.
66. ### Gudiance and Discipline

It's both c and d.
67. ### math

1 minute = 60 seconds (120 / 20) * 0.05 = \$_______
68. ### American History

Apparently this is the reading for this question. "As a result of the Whiskey Rebellion, the post-revolution powers of the federal government’s authority were tested in many important ways. As a young union of states, the recently united America was presented with a ...

70. ### American History

Look for the sentence like or close to like the sentence in your question.
71. ### American History

Using the reading, identify the missing term.
72. ### American History

This is not the reading for this question.

75. ### Math

12 * 8 * 6 = 576 cubic feet There are 7.48 gallons in cubic foot.
76. ### edcation

prejudice, stereotyping Check those words in a dictionary. Dictionary.com
77. ### grammar

You are very welcome.
78. ### grammar

The only correction -- 6. I used to wear glasses. All others are correct.
79. ### Math

No. (3/5) * (7/2) =
80. ### geometry

Please learn the difference between geography and geometry.
81. ### English

It could be either famous or very famous.
82. ### English

They all mean about the same. But 1 is the best.
83. ### Economics ,life science, agricultural science

With more training, yes, you can be a paramedic.
84. ### negative numbers 6th grade

Please study your text and the explanations the tutors have given you.
85. ### negative numbers 6th grade

Hey! It's your turn now. You should have learned from the explanations of similar problems posted by tutors. How do you think this problem should be solved?

Right again!
87. ### Math

You're welcome.

Yes.
89. ### World History

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coronation_of_Napoleon_I
90. ### Math

That equation means 2 times the quantity m minus n equals x plus 7.

92. ### English

Yes, 1 and 2 are the same. 3. No. Behind means the room is outside of the hotel. 4, Yes, it means it's outside of the hotel. 5. Yes, in/at the back of the hotel is inside. 6. Yes. It's outside.
93. ### English

I'd give just 1 point for # 2.

I agree.

96. ### Math

You're welcome.
97. ### Math

Russ/Victoria -- are you going to stick with Russ? What don't you understand about my explanation? A + A + 18 + 3(A + 18) = 4342
98. ### Math

Combine like terms. Solve for A. A+A+18+3(A+18) = 4342 3A + A + A = _____ A 18 + (3 * 18) = ______ Which name are you going to use?

100. ### Math

A + A + 18 + 3(A + 18) = 4342
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