Posts by Reed

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World History
As a tutor, I will not spend all day scrolling up and down, up and down, to match your answers to the questions. When you post your answers WITH the questions, I'll check them.

English
First of all, when did Lima get up and move to Columbia? The first email requesting recommendations is very poorly written. The answer, to Anna, is better. Would you like us to critique both?

English literature
And, please, anonymous, give us both the title and author of a work if you expect us to help you. We may not have read the poem, but could look it up IF we know BOTH the author and title.

English
1) "couldn't" indicates the meeting has already taken place. Your rewrite indicates it is yet to happen. Make it correspond to the original sentence. 2) "SUCCESSFUL" 3) It's okay. "...so as to..." is rather colloquial It might be better to...

History
Oh, my. Where indicated on the Google homepage, type your question, then click on, or otherwise "enter". A list of entries/articles will appear. Click on the one you want to read. It will appear. If that does not answer your question, return to the previous page (the...

English
Also pay attention to what emotions are described in each poem. In "Mother to Son", are ANY emotions mentioned or implied? Are they in a positive or negative way? Are any human feelings expressed?

English
Who, or what, is lencho? Since I don't know, but you are supposed to know, I can't do your assignment for you.

Art History
None of the tutors here are experts at art history. Your response looks good to me. I hope it does to your teacher. From what little I know, you seem to have a basic understanding of these movements, but I'm no expert. Sorry I can't help more.

English - Analysis of quotation
I don't know the context of the quotation. Obviously it's about a cataclysmic event that is destroying the world in fire. Who are "Seer" and "Sibyl"? Mythological characters observing the event from afar, or participants? What do YOU think? Why ...

Geography
Do you have a question about this assignment?

Human resources management
Your teacher doesn't want my thoughts, s/he wants yours. How can we help you with this assignment?

history
Were we lending/leasing war materiel to Germany and/or Italy or Vichy France as well as to he U.K.?

reading
Actually, NONE of these is an accurate description of the passage cited. Each contains information not included in this passage.

history
http://www.history.com/topics/vietnam-war/gulf-of-tonkin-resolution

Is this math?
Since when is math (geometry?) called "Cruz"?

Anatomy
http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/science/add_aqa_pre_2011/homeo/homeostasis1.shtml

Us history
And what does this have to do with U.S. history?

Us history
Well, what does "monetary" mean?

english
I don't know. I don't have your text materials. What do they say about Doris Lessing's story?

Washington state history
When you have an answer(s), we'll be glad to check them. Think about it. Do they still log in Washington? Are there mines today? Did Microsoft exist in the 1800s? Think it through, if you can't read your text materials.

English
They should? Why? What do you think? Your teacher doesn't care what an old man in California thinks.

Socials 9
Read lots and see what you can gather. I'll be glad to check your thoughts later! :) http://www.bing.com/search?q=why+did+jacques+cartier+kidnap+iroquois+and+take+them+to+europe%3F&form=EDGTCT&qs=PF&cvid=d27e55fc25684680acc8662a7d994673&cc=US&setlang=en-US

Eng Lit
Here are some other people's ideas. http://www.bing.com/search?q=why+did+shakespeare+make+juliet+so+young%3F&form=EDGTCT&qs=PF&cvid=2b3bc6c5a07a41489c56741ecc056e44&cc=US&setlang=en-US

Eng Lit
He made both Romeo and Juliet teen-agers. To decide why is mere speculation. Perhaps young lovers are more impatient and more passionate than older people? What do YOU think?

Business
What system> I suspect your text has the context and the answer.

english
This makes no sense. I assume it might mean that the price of a color print depends on the size of the print? The words you posted are not even a sentence There is o subject or verb.

English
Yes, 1 and 2 mean the same, but 2 is very awkward. 1 is best. And, yes, 3 and 4 mean the same. Both are "action" in that they participate in the marriage ceremony in 2007. To indicate the state of being married, one would say that he and Susan are married, or that ...

English
Actually, I don't think you'll find anything that contends that writing is of no value to communicate with people beyond the sound of one's voice.

English
Do these sources confirm or refute the idea that writing provides a "connection" between people and society? What are you looking for?

English
http://www.merriam-webster/dictionary

Hcs
One question that many for-profit organizations face today is, "To whom are we responsible?" If the responsibility is to the investors/owners (stockholders), profits must grow and the stock price must rise. To acknowledge responsibility to the community at large may ...

Hcs
It might depend on what kind of change is desired. For example, an organization may realize that a product is unsafe for consumers, so, from an ethical perspective, may decide to invest in alterations to the product to make it safer, or withdraw it from the market. Or, the ...

English
I agree with B.

Another cheater banned!
Too many young people (certainly not all) are just "out for" the passing grade only because it's required of them. Learning about anything beyond what they already know ("What's for supper?" "I got to level 2 on the video game!", "...

us history
What war?

social studies
Books and websites won't work if you refuse to read them. No one is going to read them for you and tell you what to say in your essay. If you refuse to do your own reading, you can't write the essay.

History
Yes, I think D is the best answer. Jackson was a populist who said he defended states' rights, but "when push came to shove", he supported a strong executive and a strong central government. Writeteacher is correct. :)

History
That's a question I've never encountered before (not that I have studied the African independence movements in any depth). I question the premise that they were late in seeking independence, though. While colonies in the Americas sought and won independence earlier, ...

History
I'm sure your text materials explain the Resolution, but you'd have to read it. Failing that, this explains it, too. http://www.history.com/topics/vietnam-war/gulf-of-tonkin-resolution

English
You have to think this out for yourself. We can't do it for you. I'll give you a hint: contrast the concepts of a "lady" with a "girl".

Social
Another good example is General Electric home appliances. GE had a HUGE industrial complex in Louisville, KY where refrigerators, kitchen stoves, etc., were made. Most are now made in China. I have a GE fridge - made in China. What do those workers in Kentucky now do for a ...

Social
How about how jobs and, sometimes, whole industries disappear in industrialized nations because wages are lower in third-world countries. Look at textiles and shoes in the United States. Very little fabric or finished clothing is made in the USA now. The same is true with ...

history
I could read your textbook for you, but I don't have a copy of it. I guess you have to read it for yourself. Revolutionary idea, but it might work.

politics
I don't think any of the tutors here have read Dahl's book. Sorry.

politics
Yes. A, some compromise, may be(usually is) involved in reaching a consensus, but C is the right answer.

politics
B is a good answer. Yes.

politics
I disagree.

politics
B is correct.

politics
Yes, the Republican Party (in 1854).

politics
Again, I agree.

politics
Important to whom? Again, I don't know what your text says on this topic. I think either C or D could be correct, but whatever your text says is going to be "correct".

politics
Yes, D is considered correct (although I don't know the people cited).

politics
D is correct.

politics
I agree.

politics
I don't know how your text defines these terms. You are usually (not always) right, so go with B. Double-check your text if you aren't sure.

politics
Yes, A.

politics
I would say "none of the above", but A is probably the "correct" answer. Essentially, A and D are one and the same, in which the voters vote directly on proposed legislation.

politics
Yes, D is correct.

politics
Yes.

politics
Nope. She was critical. Reagan and his staff (and Nancy) were HAPPY and positive about it?

politics
Yes, D.

politics
Yes.

politics
Yes. The Democratic Party has been pro-union since the 1930s, so the owners of factories are not too sympathetic.

politics
Sometimes the news media is called that, yes.

Social Studies
Yes, and no. The act was passed in 1950, during Mr. Truman's term in office, over his veto. The Truman Doctrine had to do with containing communism overseas to nations already under Soviet control. The McCarran Act was to "battle" "subversives" at home ...

social studies
Who took a journey? Whoever it was, your teacher doesn't want me to describe the elevation. That's your assignment. We'll be glad to check it.

English
I might also say, "Would you like a piece of cake?" To say, "Help yourself to the cake" might imply the whole cake. :)

English
I think your second idea is a good one, about educating young drivers. Don't worry about a thesis statement until you have done the research and written the body of your paper, and your conclusion. THEN write the introduction with a thesis statement. Your research should ...

English
1, 2, and 3 are all okay. Yes, you need to have a verb to make a sentence. "A swim" is a noun, so you need "Have" or "Take", verbs. You could say "Swim..." (swim is a verb without the "a") "once a month". In that case...

Brooklyn
With regard to the 1912 election, your question and answer in #11 is correct, to a point. The popular vote in that election was Wilson, 6,296,284; Roosevelt (Progressive Party), 4,122,721; and Taft (Republican), 3,486,242. Wilson received only a little over 41% of the popular ...

History
1 - I haven't read the chapters, so can't know. I think D may not be the best answer, though. 2 - I disagree 3 - I agree. 4 - I agree. 5 - What magazine cover? 6 - What graphic organizer? 7 - No 8 - Yes 9 - No 10- No 11- Yes, but see my post above.

History
Regardless of your answer, I see a flaw in some of these questions, especially #11. Woodrow Wilson is considered to have been a Progressive, just as Roosevelt and Taft were (although a Democrat not a Republican). The Progressive Era is defined as from the mid-1890s to 1920, ...

business
Maybe a decrease in supply. More likely a decrease in SALES of tablets due to higher retail price to cover the tariff, regardless of the number imported (supply). It certainly would not indicate an increase in supply, though.

Hindi
http://www.bing.com/search?q=Biography+of+Aarti+Saha+in+Hindi&FORM=EDGNCT

Electives
Interpersonal studies is the study of relationships between people, two or (sometimes) more, in the family, friendships, love relationships, and in business or any other context in which humans interact with each other.

politics
http://www.thefreedictionary.com/senatorial+courtesy

politics
Well, is she liberal or moderate? http://www.biography.com/people/sonia-sotomayor-453906

politics
I agree.

politics
No again. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dred_Scott_v._Sandford

politics
Nope.

politics
No. Impeachment is a power Congress does have. Which RESTRICTS Congressional power?

politics
Yes.

politics
Yes, the filibuster.

politics
Yes, D. Yes, D.

politics
D is not true. You're right!

Marketing
I agree.

politics
Yes, A.

politics
I think A is probably the best answer. I have no idea what your text says, though.

Marketing
http://www.thebalance.com/target-marketing-2948355

Marketing
Nope.

politics
You're welcome.

politics
Yes, A. It is not required in the Constitution (it could be any Senator), but it has been custom to choose the most senior member of the majority party since the 1890s, and always since 1949.

politics
Nope.

civics
I think D is the best answer, yes. We all pay taxes, if one has income. Some, if they work for the federal government, are receiving Social Security, or public assistance do receive income from the federal government, but everyone who works for wages or salaries pays income ...

civics
Nope. Not usually. Only for the few who require public assistance. Most people do not, but they pay what?

business
Of these choices, B is best. Yes.

@ Please Help -- Banned
Yes, they do. They aren't learning anything when they just cheat. It will catch up with them later.

@ Please Help -- Banned
My goodness, the cheaters have been busy today!

English
Here is someone else's idea on the topic. See if you agree with anything here. DO NOT COPY IT (PLAGIARIZE)! http://www.enotes.com/homework-help/how-does-shakespeare-show-love-first-sight-how-325182

History (Presidents) PLLZZZ
You may also want to look at the panic of 1893, the panic of 1907, and the Great Depression of 1929-30 to find similarities among all of them, largely due to unregulated speculation and "booms" that went "bust".

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