Posts by Ms. Sue

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Math
0.8% = 0.008 = 8/1000

Math
Yep.

Math
W B B B W B B B W B B B W B B B W B B B W B B B W B B B W B B B 1 5 9 . . .

history
I suggest you read one of the many online biographies of the Bard.

math
OK. I've supposed that!

character education
Good heavens! That depends upon the person, the situation, and the person's age! When I was a young teacher with three young children, I worked a lot more than I did when the children were older. My work load eased off after they were grown and I had more time for leisure ...

English
class | took | trip The prepositional phrase (to Washington, D.C. and Annapolis) modifies "took." The prepositional phrase (for their research project) modifies "took."

English
Nope. I see only one subject and one verb.

Riddle
The riddle should probably be once in a minute and twice in a moment . . .

History
I agree with two of your answers.

character education
You're welcome.

character education
It's mostly in the minds of the persons who utter and hear the words. For me, urgent means right now while important means it must be done, but not necessarily right away.

Math
Yes, it is an improper fraction.

Math
Divide. What answer do you get?

Social Studies
A tropical climate is hot and humid. Which of those activities thrive in hot, humid weather?

Spanish
I'll send this to SraJMcGin, our Spanish expert.

Spanish
And your answer is?

History
I disagree. Which of those answers show how the emperor could keep control over large areas?

algebra 1
Steve is right. You are hearing from me now. You are banned for trying to cheat!

Introduction to Graphic Design
I have the most difficulty reading pale orange and white. What does your text say?

English
No. I've checked two of your guesses. You're on your own now; please do not post this again.

English
1 yes 2 no

History
You're welcome.

History
Yes, they emerged along the coasts. However, many lived along rivers where they had fresh water.

History
No. Many African tribes are still polytheistic. The first civilizations formed long before monotheism.

Social Studdies
It's o.k., but I'm reminded of a long journey a family of my ancestors made in the early 1800s. A mother, father, and three young children started in upstate New York. They traveled by river boat, down to the Ohio River and down the Ohio to southern Illinois. I've ...

Math 6 A
You're welcome.

Math 6 A
Yes, 56.

Math 6 A
Nope. 8 / (1/7) 8 * 7 = 56

Math 6 A
I'll be glad to check your answer.

Language
They are still wrong. Please do not post these questions again. Study your text.

Language
1, 2, and 3 are wrong!

Pre-Algebra
Congrats! All of your answers are right.

pre algebra
2.5 / 35 = 1 / x Cross multiply and solve for x.

English
Why would you write an essay if you were to be a website developer? https://www.bls.gov/ooh/computer-and-information-technology/web-developers.htm

Math
No, I'm one of the volunteer administrators for Jiskha. I deleted it and banned the person.

Math
You're welcome, Brooklyn. The rude comments have been deleted and the poster is banned from posting here.

Math
In math problems, "of" means multiply. (4/9) * (15/8) = ?

Language
I agree.

Ela
Yes, present.

Pre-Algebra
Yes, 7 A. You're welcome.

Pre-Algebra
5. a is a little closer 7 is wrong The others are right.

social studies
You're welcome, Shannon. Btw -- I'm Ms. Sue.

social studies
Yes, you're right.

Math
6 / (1/8) 6 * 8 = ?

Pre-Algebra
2? 4 is wrong 5 answer is not given 1 and 3 are right.

Pre-algebra
How would you like us to help you with this assignment?

Maths
A square is the largest area.

social studies
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_United_States_Republican_Party#The_Progressive_Era:_1896.E2.80.931932

Alegbra - correction
You're right. 8 is A.

Algebra
1. C yes 2. B yes 3. C no 4. A yes 5. B yes 6. A no 7. B no 8. A no 9. A this problem is not shown above 10. A yes 2x + 3( x - 2) - 3( x - 6) 2x + 3x -3x = -6 +18 2x + 12

Language
I agree.

history
It was a way to keep poor people and African-Americans from voting.

History-Help Asap
What passage?

math
http://www.mathsisfun.com/least-common-denominator.html

Minnesota Studies 6 A
I'll be glad to check your answer.

You didn't fool us!
Tina/Ben/Vanessa -- please use the same name for your posts. You're also more likely to get help if you tell us what you do and don't understand about the problems.

Language
Yes, 3A

Language
I agree with your first two answers but not the last one.

Algebra - hahaha
He is a fool who thinks those above answers are right!

algerba math
You post the same question twice and get three answers -- all the same. https://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1513209159

Civics
http://constitution.findlaw.com/amendment9.html

character education
Tithe Play it forward Go out of your way to be nice to people Donate to worthy causes Give of your time to community projects What can you think of?

SS
Read the question carefully. One answer should stand out as the correct one.

Social Studies
Yes, poly- means many. A polyglot is a person who speaks many languages. A polytheist is a person who worships many gods.

Social Studies
You should be able to figure it out from the question.

Social Studies
I know what it means. What do you think it means? Or have you tried looking it up in a dictionary?

Business
He was afraid the students would be disrupted if I were absent for six days.

Business
I'm a retired teacher. Would you like me to write about the superintendent who tried to fire me?

Math
1.2x = 90 Solve for x.

math
0.16x = 4 4 / 0.16 = 25 cars in the parking lot. 25 - 4 = ?

ss
What years was this education reform going on?

Math
A quarter of a dollar is 25 cents, right? There are 4 quarters in a dollar. Take a calculator and divide 1 by 4. The calculator shows 0.25. That's 25/100. Another way of writing 0.25 or 25/100 is 25%. Percent means "parts of 100".

Business
You know that we can't write this for you because we have no idea who your bosses were.

algerba math
The previous number is multiplied by 3.

Forces Within and Deciphering Earth's History
Era is not correct.

Forces Within and Deciphering Earth's History
Oh?? And you and Damon had a different answer a few days ago. What's up??

Forces Within and Deciphering Earth's History
What don't you like about Damon's answer? https://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1512914705

Forces Within and Deciphering Earth's History
Is that what your text says?

Forces Within and Deciphering Earth's History
How would the sand get into the granite?

math
0.02x = 3.5 x = 175 Yep!

english
I agree with you.

english
Yes, true.

english
Strong is an adjective; it is not the object. The subject and verb are correct.

ashworth
You seem to also have a reading problem. Ashworth isn't any kind of math that I know of. School Subject__________________________ (Examples: math, science, algebra, geography)

character education
What does your text say? I'd say that under the right circumstances, any emotions may cloud our thinking process. Happiness? We may regret we stayed up too late. Depression? Sadness? Anger? Hope? Love (Love goes bad sometimes)

Math
60 - 37 = ?

English
I agree.

Math
Right.

Spelling
hurricane? tornado?

character education
Yes.

Language
Yes, 2 is right.

Spanish
We'll be glad to check your answers.

Math
You know that 1, 2, 3, 5, and 10 are factors of all of those numbers. Which other numbers are also factors of those numbers?

LanguAge
Yes, both answers are right.

Posting Help
You are welcome to help other students. Please help them find answers, but do not tell them answers. Please post only when you have something to say, but do not post what someone else has already posted. Please be sure your answers are right and are not just guesses. Please ...

A big question
Yes, ask your teacher.

Social Studies
You're welcome.

Social Studies
http://www.ushistory.org/us/6f.asp

Social Studies
I agree.

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