# Posts by Ms. Sue

Total # Posts: 147,910

English
Here's an example: " Again he heard the sound, and again. Somewhere, off in the blackness, someone had fired a gun three times."

English
Use quotes that help build suspense.

English
Yes, but find the exact quotes from the story.

English
Create suspense? From early in the story we know that the antagonist hunts men, not animals. That's suspenseful for me! What are some of the details that help build that suspense?

Algebra
A. Equation 1: P = 2L + 2W 24 = 2(2W) + 2W 24 = 6W 4 = W ? = L A = LW

Math
The boat was bought in a latrine???? What is the rate of depreciation?

civic
Providing for public health care

English
What does each of those words mean?

Biology

Hcs
Which organization?

Algebra
OK.

sociology

English
You're welcome. The sentences have independent clauses. The only way to separate them and leave them in one sentence is to use a semi-colon between them. C does that; D does not.

English
Do you see why C is correct and D is wrong?

English
C is correct.

Math
4,900 * 20 = 98,000

life sciences business studies geography maths lit
What do you think?

life sciences business studies geography maths lit
Copy and paste the above website into your browser. You'll find several websites that answer your question.

life sciences business studies geography maths lit

Maths
The three decimal numbers add up to 2.

life sciences business studies geography maths lit

Math
3x + 6=24 Subtract 6 from both sides. 3x = 18 Divide both sides by 3. x = 18/3 = ?

Social and Behavior Sciences

Another cheater banned!

Social Studies

Math
*spent (not spend)

Math
So she spent \$3.40 in 8 weeks? How can that be when she spend \$27.20 each week?

Math
You have two numbers. Do you think you should add? subtract? multiply? divide? Which answer makes sense?

Math
Didn't you understand my response posted almost three hours ago? http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1496437731

Math
8 * 6 * 5.5 * 4 = ?

Language
Yes, 2.

Language Arts
None of Jiskha's tutors have read this book.

mATH HELP QUICKLY
Please repost this problem as a new question.

mATH HELP QUICKLY
Writeacher and I are volunteer tutors and administrators for Jiskha. Leo, the owner, has delegated us to monitor this forum in keeping with its purpose and policies. If you don't like it, you don't need to post here.

mATH HELP QUICKLY
We don't have your test so do not know the questions. Please post a couple of the questions you are confused about and we'll try to help you.

Math
Yes, 2 C.

@JoJay12
I deleted your umpteen questions because you included no answers. If you want help on a few, please post no more than five questions along with your answers. We'll check them for you.

Math

Economic applications
http://www.myspeedythesis.com/2010/06/factors-that-determine-the-demand-of-fast-moving-consumer-goods.html

u,s history

Math
You're welcome, ABC.

Math
7/25 = 0.28 = 28%

Math
7/3 = They won 7 games out of 10. They won 70%.

Science
http://wiki.kidzsearch.com/wiki/San_Andreas_Fault

Math
6/36 = 1/6

DUE DATE IS TODAY HELP
http://writingcenter.unc.edu/handouts/comparing-and-contrasting/ http://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/ci.html http://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/ve.html

social studies
Another thought. The student writes "books don't work." She's right. Books don't work, but people do work!!

social studies
Do you think we're going to do your research for you? You're mistaken.

Math
2 m = 200 cm A = 200 * 200 A = ______ sq. cm

Social Studies
No. http://www.quora.com/What-is-the-definition-of-unlimited-government

family
I googled the definition of step brother after I posted the first time. You can verify my latest answer by looking up the meaning of step brother.

family

Science
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1398876941

math
None of the above.

Social Studies

math
(2/3) * 12 = ?

math
Cross multiply and solve for x. 125/1.25 = x/1

science

maths

Social
You're welcome, Sarah.

Social
I got hung up on corporations causing pollution. Maybe pollution and using natural resources could be one argument and the human angle could be a third argument (or vice versa).

Social
How about the mistreatment of labor? American workers lose their jobs as companies shift the jobs overseas. And the overseas workers are sometimes underpaid, overworked, and endure unsafe and unsavory conditions.

Social

Math
You're welcome.

Math
To find the decimal, divide the numerator by the denominator. The probability of drawing an m is 2/12 = 1/6 = 0.166667

Language Arts
Think about the first sentence. Which character best this selfishness?

@Kemon

Banned for cheating!
I think that's because so many students who are taking online classes have discovered Jiskha. Studying alone is hard and may prompt weak students to turn to Jiskha to get answers. We may start to see this cheating decline as teachers start changing the order of questions ...

@ a name

Banned for cheating!
Some online "students" don't read their texts. It's no surprise they don't read Jiskha announcements and don't know that Jiskha bans cheaters.

Banned for cheating!

Research Methodology and Program Evaluation
1. That number varies from one expert to another. Go with your text's interpretation. 2. No. http://quizlet.com/9983670/research-design-analysis-flash-cards/

history
Good one, Anonymous! I remember! :-)

history

la

Math
You're welcome.

Math
(1/2) * (1/6) = 1/12 You're right.

Social Studies
Yes.

Social Studies
I disagree. What does your text say?

Latin

forensic science
What do you think?

math
1. 5/6 2. Not enough information 3. What do you think? 4. Same as 3.

science
None of the above.

civics
Are these your choices? a. fixed expenses, like a mortgage or a debt payment b. luxury expenses, like new TVs or funding for recreation c. necessary expenses, like food or national security d, variable expenses, like food and education spending What is your answer?

Math
It could be 10 * 12 8 * 15 6 * 20 4 * 30

You're welcome.

(38 * 25) - (8 * 3) = ______ square inches

Language arts

Both A and B are right. But check your text to be sure what that author says is correct.

The tutorial I posted states that works consulted as well as those quoted needs to be in the Works Cited List.

http://collegeofsanmateo.edu/csmlibrary/tutorials/wcited.html

History
What diagram?

Math Explain
18x^2 + 6 + 4x - 15x^2 - 4 + 13x Combine like terms. 18x^2 - 15x^2 = 3x^2 6 - 4 = 2 4x + 13x = 17x

1. subjective - yes 2. Gamboled - yes 3.glimmeringly - yes 4. Fuselage - yes