# Posts by Ms. Sue

Total # Posts: 147,942

**English**

You only have one error. You used the adverb form of a word when it should have been an adjective. Do you know which word that is?

**Child Development**

What does your text say? https://www.google.com/#q=bronfenbrenner%E2%80%99s+ecological+systems+theory+gender+stereotypes

**feasibility study on banana plantation in nigeria**

What is your question? https://www.google.com/#q=feasibility+study+on+banana+plantation+in+nigeria

**Maths**

When Shanthi crossed the finish line, she was 200 meters ahead of Belle.

**Maths**

Please check with your teacher.

**Maths**

That answer doesn't make sense to me. It doesn't answer the question -- how far ahead of Belle was she?

**Maths**

What seems to be a reasonable answer for you?

**science**

https://www.google.com/#q=example+of+suspension+in+science

**Math**

(5/8) * 4 = 20/8 = 2 1/2

**math**

What is the cube root of 125? https://www.google.com/#q=cube+root+125

**Math fractions**

(3/8)(30 - 6) = n

**Life orientation**

How do you define risk behaviour?

**maths -- oops!**

I'm sorry. I goofed. The problem states that the difference is multiplied, not divided, by 3. 3 (n - 8) = 21 3n - 24 = 21 3n = 45 n = 15

**maths**

(n - 8) / 3 = 21 n - 8 = 63 n = 71

**math**

(1/16) * 20 = ________ feet

**algebra**

To find the mean, add the numbers together and divided the sum by 11.

**math**

Your answer is a fraction; it's not rounded to the nearest hundredth. Also -- 67 - 80 = -13

**maths**

5/0.1 = 50

**algebra**

2.5 * 7.25 = ________ pounds

**US History**

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

**u.s history**

https://www.google.com/#q=religion+history+and/or+culture+of+the+British+colonies

**math**

75/2 = 37.5 feet = 1 inch 37.5 * 8 = 300 feet 37.5 * 3 = 112.5 feet A = LW A = 300 * 112.5 A = ________ square feet

**Fraction word problem**

8?1/4 = 8 * 4 = 32

**math**

Change the mixed number to an improper fraction. (64/1) * (31/24) https://www.mathsisfun.com/fractions_multiplication.html

**math**

660/35 = 840/x Cross multiply and solve for x.

**English**

https://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1425831032

**Math**

6n - 6 = 66 Solve for n.

**math**

Nine million dollars for a used car? In 22 years??? Ridiculous!!

**math**

(1.12 * 85) - (0.85 * 85) = ?

**Geometry**

I'm sorry, but we can't post pictures here.

**maths**

Is this correct? but are reduced $0.10 per ticket for each person Only 10 cents?

**math**

You need to multiply both sides by the denominator.

**math**

You are welcome. And welcome to the human race. We all make stupid mistakes! <g>

**math**

If 3/x= 6, then x-1= Multiply by x. 3 = 6x 3/6 = 1/2 = x Proof: 3/(1/2) = 3 * 2 = 6

**Chemistry?**

https://www.google.com/#q=tudelft

**American History**

Are you sure about Johnson's views of big government? https://millercenter.org/president/lbjohnson/domestic-affairs Here's more information about Goldwater's ideals. https://www.biography.com/people/barry-goldwater-9314846

**American History**

We'll be glad to critique your answer. I suggest you start by briefly describing both visions.

**Math**

2/3 L

**math**

Multiply (5/8) * 184 = _____ cm

**American History**

https://www.google.com/#q=social+and+political+changes+of+the+1960s

**Teaching**

They are not all correct. Please go back and take notes or print the answers I posted last last night. I am not going to go through all 31 questions and answers again. However, if you post only those questions and answers I didn't correct last night, I'll try to check ...

**Teaching**

Why did you repost those questions that I told you were right yesterday? The right answers haven't changed since then.

**Civics**

Immigration has been the main contributor to today's United States. If it weren't for immigration, the U.S. would be populated entirely by Native Americans (Indians). From where did your ancestors come? Mine came from Great Britain, France, and Germany.

**poem**

https://www.riddleministry.com/riddles/hold-water/910/

**Math**

You're welcome.

**Math**

Those are the numbers in your problem. We need to find out what 2/3 of 36 is to find the number of boys in the class. We need to find out what 3/4 of these boys is to find the ones under 6 feet.

**Math**

I multiplied 2/3 by 36/1 by 3/4. https://www.mathsisfun.com/fractions_multiplication.html What answer do you get?

**Math**

(2/3) * 36 * (3/4) = ______ boys

**math**

You're welcome, Lauren/Rachel.

**math**

Yes, 16. 4 * 4 = 16

**math**

Can you figure it out from this picture? https://www.google.com/search?q=square+16+parts&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjewL-k05HVAhVCaD4KHcSOAd4QsAQIWw&biw=1872&bih=903#imgrc=tC8cnXuvXCCOPM:

**decreased by twice a number**

50 - 2n

**Teaching**

I agree with two of the first five answers.

**Teaching - Enough!**

Please do not post any more questions until after you have posted reasonable answers to the other questions you posted.

**Teaching**

Three of the first five of your answers are wrong.

**Teaching**

Try to answer these questions and I'll be glad to check them. Are you sure you want to be a teacher?

**Teaching**

I won't tell you which ones are wrong because that would be giving you the answers.

**Teaching**

Two of these answers are definitely wrong. Number 9 is too broad to be answered.

**Teaching**

After you post your answers to the last questions, I'll help you with these questions.

**Teaching**

No. Check your text, but please don't post this question again.

**Teaching**

The first three answers are right. 4 is wrong.

**Teaching**

1. Do parents influence kids' education? 2. A questionnaire about the family would be useful at the first parent-teacher conference of the year. 3. Assessment information should be shared at parent-teacher conferences. 4. Which of those statements describes assessment of ...

**Math**

Let h = hamburgers. h + h + 61 = 561 2h = 500 h = 250

**math**

https://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1499888870

**Physics**

Are you sure that's 30 meters? That's over 1/2 and American football field long.

**English**

What do you think? http://www.englishdaily626.com/stories.php?041

**English**

http://www.englishdaily626.com/stories.php?041

**English**

http://www.englishdaily626.com/stories.php?041 Check that site.

**Life and Learning**

Which of these fallacies are discussed in Chapter 6? Which fallacies do you think apply to these examples? http://www.iep.utm.edu/fallacy/#H6

**org. management**

https://www.google.com/#q=MTV+management+style

**Business**

As always, stockholders make money when the company makes good profits. For many companies profits tend to be short sighted and don't plan well for the future. The market keeps rising.

**MATH**

Which is the highest percentage?

**MATHS**

540 / 18 = 30 km per liter 30 * 16 = ? km

**creative play**

No.

**creative play**

Blocks??? How does your text describe this usage?

**Math**

What is 18 - 16?

**creative play**

Yes, B.

**creative play**

Yes, D.

**creative play**

Yes, A.

**creative play**

You're very welcome, Bev.

**creative play**

Yep.

**creative play**

A is right.

**creative play**

Yes, A.

**creative play**

My middle school social studies classrooms displayed very little student work. Instead, it displayed timelines, maps, and pictures pertaining to our geography and history.

**creative play**

Yes, B.

**creative play**

Yes, B.

**creative play**

I disagree.

**creative play**

Yes, C.

**creative play**

I agree.

**creative play**

Don't all of them affect creativity? How does your text explain this question?

**creative play**

Yes, B.

**creative play**

All of those encourage critical thinking.

**creative play**

I saw all of those emotions in my classrooms.

**Science**

The temperature rises 9.8 degrees C per 1000 m. 70 feet = 21.3 m 9.8/1000 = x/21.3 1000x = 208.74 x = 0.21 degrees C

**therapeutic nutrition**

https://www.google.com/#q=celiac+disease+and+wheat+allergy+diet

**dress making**

https://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1332255436

**English**

But -- what is your question?

**Science**

I'm sure these answers are in your text.

**General**

You're welcome.

**General**

The real question is -- what are the jobs that don't use computers? Engineers, grocery clerks, teachers, administrative assistants, nurses, etc., etc. all use computers. https://www.google.com/#q=career+that+utilizes+computers+