# Posts by Ms. Sue

Total # Posts: 147,641

**math**

Do you think you should add? subtract? multiply? divide?

**Enough!**

Please tell us what you know about the answers before you post any more questions.

**Sociology Research Methods**

Why are you taking this class?

**Social Research Methods**

https://www.google.com/#q=SRS+

**Social Research Methods**

How does your text define independent and dependent variable? What is your statement of the problem?

**English**

http://www.english-grammar-revolution.com/parts-of-speech.html

**Statistics**

I couldn't find the data to confirm your answer. Check your text.

**Statistics**

What formula were you given?

**Riddle**

It's one of the letters of the alphabet. Do you see which one?

**Economics**

https://www.google.com/#q=Utility+econ https://www.google.com/#q=Iso+cost+ https://www.google.com/#q=Indifferce+curve+ https://www.google.com/#q=Budget+Line

**math - incomplete**

None of the above

**Psychology**

It sounds like you've covered all of the latest tests.

**Psychology**

https://www.google.com/#q=+newly+published+Psychological+tests,+mostly+used+for+assessment

**math**

https://www.mathsisfun.com/numbers/real-numbers.html

**math**

x + 8

**English**

I'd call it a runon or fused sentence. http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/fusedsentence.htm

**English**

It doesn't fit my definition of a dangler. What do you mean by "dangler?"

**creative play**

I agree.

**creative expression and play**

I don't see much difference between B and D. Which words does your text use?

**English**

That whole thing is a dependent clause. It is a sentence fragment. If you omit "Since", the remaining words will be a complete sentence.

**math**

238

**math**

We'll be glad to check your answers.

**Math Question**

(1/3) * (1/2) = 1/6

**math**

2:2.5 = 1:1.25 = 4:5

**math**

5 * 50 = 250 minutes needed 45 + 42 + 55 + 48 = 190 minutes in the first 4 days 250 - 190 = _______ minutes needed on the 5th day

**Math**

You must have neglected to read this before you posted. Homework Posting Tips Please show your work. Tutors will not do your homework for you. Please show your work for any question that you are posting.

**Math**

OK.

**algebra**

-11 ? 1 - 4w

**6th**

No. A is an article and used as an adjective. Common linking verbs are am, is, are, was, were, become, seem Examples: I AM Ms. Sue. You ARE pretty. They WERE late. She SEEMS tired.

**math**

That's interesting. Do you have a question?

**Econ Online**

What does your text say?

**English**

:-)

**English**

How would you like us to help you with this assignment?

**Math**

You're welcome.

**Math**

How about the answer I already gave you -- 14 2/5 cm.?

**Math**

10 * (1 1/5) = 12 cm 12 * (1 1/5) = 14 2/5 cm

**Science**

herbivore

**plane geometry**

10 ft and f inches high f inches?

**sjps science**

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

**Econ**

How would you like us to help you with this assignment?

**Math**

violin: Fri., Wed., Mon., Sat., Thu., Tue., Sun., Fri.. etc.

**Math**

https://www.mathsisfun.com/prime_numbers.html

**Math**

Liu/Cons -- please use the same name for your posts. How do you think you can solve this problem?

**math**

4 * 1 = 4

**Math**

b + b + 35 = 75 2b = 40 b = 20 20 blue buttons

**English writing**

First, I believe your professor wants you to learn to spell "writing." What instructions did your professor give the class about this assignment?

**Econ Online**

What are your thoughts about these questions?

**Human Relations**

It would usually be inappropriate and disrespectful to greet a teacher in the classroom with "hey".

**Math**

500 1,000 2,000 4,000 8,000

**Algebra Equation**

22m + 1

**Information Literacy**

Are these your choices for this Penn-Foster exam question? A. require only subject-related searches. B. use only keyword searches. C. aren't programmed to understand plain language searches. D. recognize only synonyms. What is your answer?

**math**

63 - 7 = 56 56 / 4 = 14 14 + 7 = ?

**Math**

(1/4)x = 250 Solve for x.

**Math**

15/20 = 3/4

**science**

https://www.google.com/#q=avogadro's+law+hypothesis

**Math**

First let's find out how far the car will travel on 1 litre of petrol. 180 / 18 = 10 km per litre 40 * 10 = 400 km per tank

**Health Care Statistics**

You're right; it's not B. Check out this Google search. https://www.google.com/#q=census+definition

**math 106**

Interest = principal * rate * time 60 = 500 * 0.03 * t 60 = 15t 60/15 = t 4 years = time

**math 106**

Why did you use a compound interest calculator when the problem states that this is simple interest?

**math 106**

How did you get 71 months? I = PRT

**PGD EDUCATION**

What don't you understand about Writeacher's answer? http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1497425710

**Math**

3/10 = x/40 Cross multiply and solve for x.

**La**

Yes. Please explain what you don't understand about it. Please ask specific questions.'

**math**

1 + 4 - 2 + 5 - 3 + 2 = _______ floor

**Math**

You're welcome.

**Math**

d + 3d = 448 4d = 448 d = 112 The dog weighs 112 pounds.

**Math-Algebra**

-It has two digits _ _ -The digit in the tens place is two more than twice the digit in the ones place. 41 or 62 or 83 -The number formed by reversing the order of the digits is 5 more than 3 times the sum of the digits.

**Math**

2 * 4 = _______

**Math**

What is the least common multiple of 3 and 7? Add it to May 5. That will be the date that she has a class and show on the same day.

**math**

She has a 1/6 chance with the wheel. She has a 2/12 = 1/6 with the cubes, It doesn't make any difference, does it?

**World History**

That depends upon your age and location. I can't help you there.

**World History**

I think there are more diplomatic ways of doing this.

**World History**

Interview some black people, especially young men. Look into "driving while black."

**World History**

Ryan/Terrence/ Hannah/Jeremy -- please use the same name for your posts. What have you found by Googling this topic?

**College Question?**

No colleges that I'm aware of offers that degree.

**Social Studies**

I suggest you read some biographies of President Taft and draw your own conclusions.

**Social Studies**

I'm sorry that the Google list of notable transgender people wasn't helpful to you. As far as I know, the United States has never had a transgender president. This may be of some use to you. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...

**Social Studies**

https://www.google.com/#q=transgender+role+models

**creative expression and play**

OK. Thanks.

**creative expression and play**

OK. You're probably right -- it's C. But aggressiveness and a loud voice is often not accepted as proper behavior.

**creative expression and play**

Why isn't it B? What does your text say?

**creative expression and play**

I agree. However, a Venn diagram could also be used.

**creative expression and play**

Yes, C.

**creative expression and play**

Yes, I agree with A.

**creative expression and play**

I hope this is not a question from a teacher education class. I can think of worksheets that could fit any of those answers. Such a simplistic question is NOT appropriate for teacher education.

**creaive expression andplay**

It depends upon the worksheets.

**math**

I assume there's only one cracked egg in each of the three cartons. I also assume that's 500 cartons of eggs. 3/25 = x/500 Cross multiply and solve for x.

**Algebra 2**

Yes, A.

**business math**

http://www.investopedia.com/terms/c/currentassets.asp

**algebra**

f + f + 14 = 46 2f = 32 f = 16

**math**

215 - (30 * 5) = _______ m

**algebra 2**

5 Do you understand how I got this number?

**maths**

She has a total of 383 marks. With 6 tests, a total of 600 marks is possible. 0.8 * 600 = 480 480 - 383 = 97 She needs at least 97 on the next test to get an average of 80.

**Math**

I assume the scouts cut the pieces into 2/3 yards each. 6/(2/3) = 6 * (3/2) = 18/2 = 9

**US Government**

You are welcome.

**US Government**

Yes, it's false. The U.S. founders deliberately set up a system of checks and balances with executive, legislative, and judicial branches of government.

**Science**

one + g = gone

**Math**

How far does the wheel travel in one rotation? C = pi * d C = 3.14 * 10 C = 10 cm The wheel travels 10 cm in one rotation.

**Math**

12 * 3 * 0.5 = ________ cubic yards

**math**

450 / 15 = ?