# Posts by Ms. Sue

Total # Posts: 147,636

**math**

2/90 = 1/x Cross multiply and solve for x.

**math**

1 hr 45 miles

**Math**

8 + n = 3 (n-2) 8 + n = 3n - 6 14 = 2n 7 = n

**Maths**

10x + 6 = 1 10x = -5 x = -0.5

**HISTORY**

http://www.google.com/#q=buganda+religious+wars&*

**SS. help**

You're welcome. :-)

**SS. help**

This article explains some of the later effects of this act. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pendleton_Civil_Service_Reform_Act And a better one -- http://legaldictionary.net/pendleton-act-of-1883/

**Social Studies**

You're welcome.

**Social Studies**

2 is wrong. I believe the others are right. But check your text for 4.

**History**

You're welcome.

**History**

Yes, D.

**History**

I disagree.

**math**

http://www.google.com/#q=Graphing+in+the+coordinate+plane&*

**Math**

9 * 4 = 36 meters 36/3 = 12 curtains

**Identity confusion**

Kathy/Dalt -- please use the same name for your posts. What have you done to try to solve this problem? What confuses you about it?

**Alegbra**

0.4 * 288,000,000 = ?

**Sociology**

I doubt it. http://www.modernghana.com/ghanahome/ghana/default.asp?menu_id=6&sub_menu_id=0§ion=5 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Classless_society

**Math**

If you think you're on a chat line, then you obviously don't want homework help.

**Math**

Can you multiply fractions? http://www.mathsisfun.com/fractions_multiplication.html

**Math**

Multiply. (2/5) * 20 = ______ (3/4) * 12 = ______

**grammar - correction**

Bustling is a participle, modifying the noun shoppers.

**grammar-check my work thank you**

You have three words too many. A phrase does not include a verb.

**Language arts**

And the air was stifling sweet With the breath of many flowers,— Do flowers breathe?

**Language arts**

You're welcome, Megan.

**Language arts**

Yes! Personification! :-)

**Language arts**

No. It's not comparing two unlike things. Do flowers really breathe?

**Language arts**

And the air was stifling sweet With the breath of many flowers,— What do you think?

**Math**

What do you think you should do with these two fractions?

**Math**

I'll be glad to check your answer.

**Math Help Please ASAP**

Why did you post it here? I answered you in 17 minutes. Please don't waste our time when you have no intention of reading the answer.

**Math Help Please ASAP**

A polygon is a figure with at least three straight sides. http://www.mathsisfun.com/geometry/polygons.html Regular polygons that I see are picture frames, table top, box of candy, closet door, etc. The only irregular polygon I see is the side edge of the range hood. What do ...

**Math**

100 - 15 - 20 = 65% were in the rest of the train. 65% = 0.65d

**economics**

We don't have that information.

**Ethics**

I don't know much about Mexico, so read this article. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Healthcare_in_Mexico Canada and the U.K. value health care for all of their citizens. Taxes support equal health care for everyone. The U.S. operates on the free enterprise system in which ...

**Math**

3.6 - 1.925 = ________ meters

**Math**

120/0.25 = 480 --Ooops -- that doesn't look like a reasonable sales tax. 0.25/120 = 0.002 -- nope What did Steve do above?

**Math**

You have two numbers >> 120 and 0.25. What do you think you should do with them? Add? Subtract? Multiply? Divide?

**pgcc??**

You appear to be in college. By this time you should know the difference between the name of your school (Prince George's Community College?) and your subject (physics?).

**Math1**

Ahhh! Thanks, Steve. Apparently Jordan wasn't able to come back and clarify that for me.

**Math1**

What does ~ mean?

**economics**

Congratulations for getting it on your own! Independent thinkers are usually successful people.

**economics**

A, D, C? And you're not guessing?? Which one is it? Are you sure your choice doesn't pay taxes?

**Math. Plz walk me though**

You're welcome, Kat.

**Math. Plz walk me though**

Our regular math tutors include Damon, Reiny, Steve, Scott, John, bobpursley.

**Math. Plz walk me though**

If I understand your problem correctly, you will need to move the top sun only 1/12 of 360 degrees. (1/12) * 360 = 30 degrees

**Science**

My ESP connection is weak today. I can't see what your topic is.

**History**

You're welcome.

**History**

Correct.

**Math, Algebra (fast help would be nice)**

LOL!!

**Math, Algebra (fast help would be nice)**

You're welcome.

**Math, Algebra (fast help would be nice)**

http://www.google.com/#q=lateral+area+of+square+pyramid+formula&* http://www.google.com/#q=+surface+area+of+the+cone&* http://www.google.com/#q=volume+of+the+cylinder&*

**Math, Algebra (fast help would be nice)**

I'm sorry your computer died at such a critical time. But I'm sure you can reconstruct what you did if you think hard about it.

**History**

Right.

**Health**

http://www.choosemyplate.gov/vegetables-nutrients-health

**History**

You're welcome.

**History**

http://www.google.com/#q=settlers+in+North+America+affect+the+lives+&*

**Math**

1. 3n + 7 = 22 3. x + x + 1 = 131 I'll be glad to check your answers to the other two problems.

**Math**

9:58 one-quarter full 9:59 half full 10:00 full

**History**

Please use the same name for your posts. B is correct.

**History Help:)**

No. That's your two guesses. You're on your own now. Please do not post this question again.

**History Help:)**

No, it's not D. You just said that few battles were fought in Florida.

**History**

Yes, B is correct.

**History**

You are not Mrs. Sue!!! People who impersonate others are banned from posting here!

**Math**

A = LW 100 = (W + 6) * W

**Math**

See the answer that bobpursley posted for you.

**Math(PLEASE HELP ME ASAP)**

What does the composite shape look like?

**English**

true http://thistinyplanet.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/preplist.png

**English**

We don't usually talk about "growing a cat." The others are fine. We grow tomatoes and sweet corn and apples. We don't grow animals.

**Morality? Molarity?**

I think you mean molarity.

**Math**

Kathy is another alias of Al/Dalt/etc.

**Math Fractions**

Nope. I didn't add in your other problems.

**Math Fractions**

You have two numbers. Should you add? subtract? multiply? divide?

**Math Fractions**

Well -- what about this question?

**Math Fractions**

http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1491175213

**Math Fractions**

I did not tell you 1/3 was correct.

**Math Fractions**

Go back and study the answers I've already given you. Then post your answer. Please show your work.

**Math fractions**

No. (3/5) * (2/3) = 6/15 = 2/5

**Math fractions**

Dee/Dalt/Al -- please use the same name for your posts. I'll be glad to check your answer.

**Math fractions**

(1/4) * (5/4) = 5/16 hour (5/16) * 60 = 300/16 = 18 3/4 minutes

**Math**

9(7 + 2)

**American Government**

Just because a person is accused of a crime doesn't mean s/he's guilty. A person in the U.S. is supposed to be innocent until proven guilty. Anyone can be accused of something vile. However, accusing is easy. Proving is necessary and difficult.

**math**

3/18 = 1/6

**english**

sqrt = square root http://www.mathsisfun.com/square-root.html

**Ashford?????**

Didn't you like my last response? http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1491154745

**Social studies - correction**

Sorry -- I forgot that Berlin was divided into four sectors immediately after the war. Britain and the U.S. joined theres, and later France joined them to make West Berlin, governed by the three nations.

**Social studies**

Do you have a typo? West Berlin was always united. However, after World War II, Berlin was divided into a Western zone and and Eastern zone. C is not correct. http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/berlin-is-divided

**Ashford???**

What do you study in a school subject called "Ashford?" What kind of officials are you hiring? What kind of sports day? What is your answer?

**Math**

You're welcome.

**Math**

The horse's path is a circumference. C = pi * d C = 3.14 * 30

**Math**

A = LW 150 = 7.5L 150/7.5 = L

**social studies**

C is right. Please do not use all-caps. It's considered shouting on the internet.

**Science**

http://www.google.com/#q=difference+between+Type+1+(T1DM)+and+Type+2+(T2DM)+diabetes&*

**Math**

N÷7=30 Multiply both sides by 7. N = 210

**Science**

You're welcome.

**Science**

http://www.google.com/#q=types+of+tissue+fat&* http://www.google.com/#q=+types+of+tissue+ligament&* http://www.google.com/#q=types+of+tissue+bone&*

**Politics**

There seems to be a big difference between a capitalist state and a country with an economy labeled as capitalism. This book seems to define the capitalist state. http://bobjessop.org/2013/11/04/the-capitalist-state-marxist-theories-and-methods/

**english**

You're welcome.

**english**

Read the play first. Post this again tomorrow or later AFTER you've read the play.

**english**

Yes.

**english**

The first thing you need to do is read Romeo and Juliet. You won't get any help from Jiskha tutors until you do. This no-fear version in modern English will help you. http://nfs.sparknotes.com/romeojuliet/