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language arts
No. Try reading your text --or looking up "outline" in a dictionary.

language arts
Why didn't you post your answer?

History
No. I've checked two of your wrong guesses. You're on your own now. Please read your text and do not post this question again!

History
No. What does your text say?

History
You're welcome, and thank you. A few people get mad at me because I won't cheat for them. I'll be glad to help you. However, I'm signing off in about 20 minutes.

History
Yes, B is right.

Algebra
You are kidding! No one is going to do 21 problems for you. Choose 5 problems, work them out, give the answers, post them, and someone may check them for you. Btw -- asking for a bunch of answers could get you banned from posting here.

Math
Yes, that would be annoying. I suggest you write your answers (not the letters) on a piece of paper or in another program before you post them. That way, if you have to do the test over, you've got your original answers.

Math
Great! I'm glad the teachers are changing the questions! :-) Maybe Connexus cheaters will learn that they need to study the lessons and learn something. Cheating doesn't work.

Math
If you post four or five of your questions and your answers, someone here may check your answers.

History
And your answer is?

HISTORY
You're very welcome.

HISTORY
Thank you! Yes, A is correct.

HISTORY
Thanks for posting your answer choices. However, I don't understand the question. Did you leave a word out?

HISTORY - Please proofread!
Your question doesn't make sense. What are your choices?

English languge
We'll be glad to check your answers. http://www.write.com/writing-guides/general-writing/grammar/direct-and-indirect-objects/

Social Studies
What on earth is scarcity in general? Do you see the vast difference between raw materials and money in the pockets of consumers?

Social Studies
No. What does your text say?

Math
nonfiction -- 9/36 = 1/4 fiction - ? science fiction? I'll be glad to check your answers.

MATH
a^2 + b^2 = c^2 4^2 + b^2 = 8^2 16 * b^2 = 64 b^2 = 48 b = ?

Spanish
You're welcome.

Spanish
If that is what your text says, then it's right. I couldn't find any confirmation online.

Spanish
Please explain what kind of help you need.

Geometry
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1495240094

Math Probability
The experimental is 67/450 = 0.14888 = 14.89% The theoretical is 1/6 = 75/450

history
You're very welcome. :-)

history
speak freely. The press is also free to print criticism of the government. Just add all of that after your original statement.

history
That's a good start. Now -- what about freedom of speech and the press? What about peacefully gathering and telling the government what the people want?

history
"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances...

geography
http://www.google.com/#q=zambia+map

history
Which farmers? Which war?

British Literature
If you explain what help you need, we may be able to help you.

Heaven is banned!
Even Heaven cheats by asking for answers.

science
Study your lesson.

science
No. You need a kind of biome. Please study your text and learn the vocabulary.

science
What is your question?

science
Obviously I can't help you if you don't answer my question.

science
What are your other choices?

science
We'll be glad to check your answer.

math
Why can't you do the calculation?

Math Probability
You are right.

History
You are skating on very think ice, Random dude. If you post three or four of the questions along with your answers, we'll be glad to check them for you. Anyone who just posts answers will be banned.

@Connexus cheat - banned
I wonder why so many Connexus "students" think they should cheat.

@Connexus cheat - banned
Asking for answers is not allowed here.

@john in Honduras -- banned
You're banned from posting here because you asked for answers to a test -- and didn't even post the questions.

science
They apparently do not eat it. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Totora_(plant)

Maths
B + B + 5 = 33 Solve for B which is Ben's age.

Business
I agree with both of your answers.

American Government
Yes, D.

Science??
This doesn't make any sense. Please check for typos and repost.

Math
?8100 = 90 4 * 90 = ______ feet

Science
Yes, C.

Social studies
Yes, C.

Social studies
Nope. What does your text say?

American Government
If your text doesn't say that, then c is wrong.

American Government
If that's what your text says, then c is right.

American Government
I disagree. What does your text say?

@ Jaxon -- banned for cheating
Asking for answers to a quiz -- without even posting the questions -- is cheating and forbidden on Jiskha.

Science
You are welcome.

Science
Read some of these sites for more information. http://www.google.com/#q=energy+sources+kids

Science
What have you learned about energy sources?

Literature
Why do you say that?

math
Someone will be glad to check your answer.

Geography
http://www.google.com/#q=largest+producer+of+baauxite

probability math
3 changes out of 10

Check american government answert
I agree.

biology
http://www.sas.upenn.edu/~rlenet/Earthworms.html

History
You're welcome.

History
Yes, a. :-)

History
Yes, c.

History
Which answer tells why population in Washington grew?

History
How would you like me to help you? Hint: The answer is in your text.

History
Why did you select that answer? The question asks about population growth and you chose the answer about the railroad. Huh??

math
(102 + 104 + 106 + 108) - (23 + 29) = ? It's possible that we should include 100 and 110 -- but I believe my solution is best.

math
Here's a table of prime numbers. http://www.factmonster.com/math/numbers/prime-numbers-facts-examples-table-all-1000 I'll be glad to check your answer.

math
What is its growth rate?

math
between 0.25 and 0.4 0. _ 1 What do you think?

algebra 1
7 - 12 = ?

American government check my answer
Yes, you're right.

American government check my answer
Yes, the Immigration Quota Act is one. There's another answer also.

Social Studies
Did you see this? http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1495148245#1495148245.1495150309

math
If it's 1 1/4 cups of breadcrumbs for each meatloaf, you'll need a total of 5 cups. 1/3 * 14 = 14/3 = 4 2/3 cups in one canister

Math
I'm sorry, but I don't remember any specific prices or incidents. Please post this as a new question. Perhaps someone else has an example.

Math
Sure, ask away!

Math
No. I once heard two employees stocking some groceries in the store. They commented that since the marked price just went up, the company must be planning a sale on that product.

@Haley
Aaarrrgghhh! Haley, you were rude to post this lengthy post and not wait for an answer from one of our tutors. Reed answered you in ten minutes -- and you then tell him that his time and effort were unnecessary. Don't be surprised if tutors skip some of your questions from...

math
What do you want to know about this figure?

math - insufficient information
My ESP connection is down tonight.

American Government
http://www.google.com/#q=+Securities+and+Exchange+Commission+ http://www.google.com/#q=difference+between+capitalism+and+communism

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

math
You're welcome, Trippy.

math
x/4+1=-5 x/4 = -6 x = -24

math
100 (250 - 233)/250 = ______ %

Math
9:35 + 3:44 = 12:79 = ?

language arts
With a smile.

Math
Thank you. If you post your answers, someone may check them for you.

Math - difficult to read
I'm sorry you didn't have the courtesy to have made your questions and answers legible. If you repost your questions and answers, along with your answers, someone may check them for you.

computer
http://www.google.com/#q=network+components+and+network+implementation

computer
What kind of report?

Vocabulary
1 c,d - yes 2a,c - yes 3 a,b - yes 4 b,d - no

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