Posts by Reed

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Sociology
http://wgs.eku.edu/what-feminism-0

Sociology
The attitude? Whose attitude? http://www.sociologyguide.com/social-stratification/Conflict-Theories.php

New Mexico history
Oh, my! That is such a broad question, I have no idea how to advise you. Your text materials must have some ideas. Your best bet is to read them carefully and base your answer on what your assigned reading suggests.

World History
You can't have all those choices. These statements are true or they are not. What does your text say?

History
Nope. Read your text.

LA
Since I have no idea what story you are supposed to have read, I can't comment, Kj. You, supposedly, HAVE read the story. What are YOUR answers?

English
According to the directions, what do you think? Remember, as a direction the directions are not capitalized. When referring to a region, as in the South of France or the American South, it is.

Social Studies
What about the underlying belief that the sun might not rise and make crops grow without human sacrifice as a cause for daily "offerings"?

Social Studies
Why did they think the sun needed strength? Was that the cause of the perceived need for human sacrifice?

English Composition I
Keywords you might use might include "secondary education", "vocational education", "general education", "high school curricula controversies", "vocational versus general education".

English Composition I
It means, as bobpursley wrote, skills (vocational skills) useful in earning a paycheck as opposed to knowledge of the larger world around us, as in civics, history, English language, science, etc.

history
What does your text say on this topic? Here are some articles that might help: https://www.bing.com/search?q=how+did+the+Agricultural+Revolution+impact+religion+and+culture%3F+&form=EDGSPH&mkt=en-us&httpsmsn=1&refig=1561d0d94d64419ef67097b00d9a9231

English
#3 might mean that he called her on his telephone. #s 1 and 2 mean the same thing, that he called out to her vocally, in person, to offer his seat.

tourism and hospitality
Sometimes caps are for emphasis, not to yell or scream, Kira I'm not screaming at you. Your question asks for a single number that can be applied in every situation throughout the UK. There seems to be no such number, which you should understand if you understand the ...

tourism and hospitality
There is no constant multiplier! If there's an increase in exports of something, there's a multiplier effect in jobs created, more money flowing in the economy, etc. If exports go down, the reverse effect applies. It's situational. READ THE ARTICLE!

tourism and hospitality
I don't think thee is a constant multiplier effect in the UK (or any other country). It will vary with economic conditions and is quite specific to individual situations. http://economicsonline.co.uk/Managing_the_economy/The_multiplier_effect.html

English
Yes, all are appropriate. "To depart" seems a little formal, but it's perfectly appropriate. I can't think of another way to say it, but there may be others.

English
Yes, you can. When referring to a book store, "used" is more common, I think, but "secondhand" is appropriate.

English
"second hand smoke" is better. "Smoking" implies you're doing it yourself, not inhaling someone else's smoke, so doesn't work as well. The meaning is clear, but...

history
Yes, it's A. He's the only Macedonian in the group. :)

Social Studies
And, even though the statistics are wrong (Ms. Sue is correct), what does that have to do with a constitutional form of government?

tourism and hospitality
Where did you get 9.9%? It varies from year to year, somewhat. The figures in the "visitbritain" page are from 2013. I think you can safely say between seven and ten percent and growing.

tourism and hospitality
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tourism_in_the_United_Kingdom

History
I don't know. I haven't read your text materials. Have you read them?

Social Studies
Sorry it took me so long to respond here. It took several minutes of searching to find the appropriate website to refer you to. Putting the Archaic period first didn't seem "right" to me, so I refreshed my memory with a book I have at hand, but can't refer ...

Social Studies
I disagree with both of you. The Archaic period includes the development of agriculture in what is now the American Southwest. There was a period before that, and the others follow. Take it from there, and review your text materials. http://shpo.sc.gov/res/native/Pages/...

Social studies
One of your answers is right, one is wrong. What does your text say?

qwertyuik
We have no tutors here who have studied qwertyuik. Sorry.

geography
How does your text define "informal democracy"? I don't know what it means, but your text materials or your teacher must have some definition in mind.

Government
https://www.bing.com/search?q=What+are+the+countries+that+have+a+democracy+in+the+Middle+East%3F+&form=EDGSPH&mkt=en-us&httpsmsn=1&refig=b15ec052d3ec4e11d98c33cdf2868f68

Government
It depends on which nation. Some have elections, some do not. And how "democratic" the elections are depends on the country, too.

World History
#1 is debatable. There is evidence that the earliest "writing" in what is now China were pictographs (as they were in Egypt and other places). A direct connection to modern writing is unproved, though. http://www.interestingchinese.com/chinese-written-language/...

social studies
Exports to England of rice, cotton, tobacco, and other agricultural products. http://www.sjsu.edu/faculty/watkins/colonies1763.htm

Social studies
That's a broad statement, but it's the best answer of the four given for you to choose from.

history
Yes, C. The Silk Road

history
Nope.

Social Studies
When you have an answer, we'll be glad to check it.

American Government
I agree.

American Government
And your answer is? What does your text say? What does the Constitution say?

S.S
One of your answers is correct, the other is not. Review your text materials.

English
Since I have no idea what your text materials define as rhetorical appeals, I don't know. What do you think, based on your text materials?

Philosophy
Did Ms. Sue advise you to read your text materials or the links we direct you to? Or tell you that you can't cheat? Or that we don't let you find the right answer by process of elimination? Learning is not just getting the right answer to your quiz questions. That'...

Middle East
How far back do you want to go? To the Ottoman Empire, World War I, the foundation of Israel, or further to the Roman Empire...

American government
No. I recommend you re-read (or read for the first time) your text materials.

American government
No, both are wrong.

English
Can you see beyond the horizon? Can you see beyond death? We can only see so far from where we are at any given moment. Whoever wrote this line thinks what about life and love? Does he/she think it's not bounded by horizons/death? Or does it end there?

PHILOSOPHY
1 - no 2 - There's no analogy here at all! Did you read the definition I posted to you yesterday? 3 - No analogy! 4 - maybe. Over generalization? 5 - I agree

S.S
Try reading it. It's amazing what one can learn by reading.

S.S
Strange, isn't it, that if this student has to read something it's "no help".

English
How does the director develop ideas...why a person might choose...

Linguistics
You could start with the "s" sound, the "sh" sound, or the "z" sound. Go from there. The third z is probably silent in each, but what do you think?

AP Psychology
Since I don't know what the question is, I can't direct you to further reading. Does the text say that "nature" (the genetic) influences more than "nurture" (the way the child is raised by adoptive parents), or the other way around?

tourism and hospitality
Read lots. We'll be glad to check your answer after you've written one. https://www.bing.com/search?q=what+are+Social+or+cultural+impacts+tourism+has+in+UK%3F&form=EDGSPH&mkt=en-us&httpsmsn=1&refig=bbcd5513ce3f46a3cbd67c2fee382341

Art Please Help I need this answered by 8:10 Pm 2n
I think you're mistaken on #4. What looks high/tall? The answer to #5 looks obvious to me. What surrounds the two figures?

Language
Do you know what they are? How are they similar? In what way? I can see one way in which they are similar, but it's a stretch.

Social studies
When you show your work, we'll be glad to check it, one or two questions at a time.

English
All are good except #5. Do you know what Bath is? It's a city that dates back to Roman times, but is a modern English city today. Rethink #5.

Language Arts
I don't know. I haven't read it. Have you?

lab
lab? What kind of lab? Alchemy?

Art please help!
If you need more information about these painters and their techniques, use your search engine to look them up. Use Google, Bing, Yahoo, or whatever "engine" you have available, enter the artist's name, and find a biography or criticism article(s).

Art please help!
And your answers are? What have you learned in class and/or from your text materials?

Language Arts
What theme did you select? How does this story support that theme? What kind of help do you need?

Social studdies
What do you think? https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/multiculturalism

philosophy
I agree with #2 - ignorance #1 - ignorance or hasty conclusion? Probably both. #3 - When both sides agree, is it hasty generalization? I don't think so.

English
4 is good now, not 2, 3, and 5. 5 still makes no sense whatsoever.

English
1 - yes 2 - no 3 - no (store?) 4 - no (meat used twice?) 5 - no (makes no sense)

world history A
As I wrote before: If you had read the text in the first place and actually learned something about ancient Babylon, you would not have to pick through it looking for answers to review questions. Try it! The link I posted above should answer your question(s) on this topic. You...

world history A
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/rec3.12031/abstract

world history A
Malia, I do not believe that you have no text. In any case, no tutor here will "give" you the answers.

world history A
Read your text and find out.

American History
Were women regarded as equal to men, with the right to vote, etc.?

American History
What do you think? Were slaves equal to others? Indentured servants? People who did not own real estate?

world history A
If you had read the text in the first place and actually learned something about ancient Babylon, you would not have to pick through it looking for answers to review questions. Try it!

world history A
Yes, FINALLY, 1 and 2 are true. 3 is false.

world history A
Where was Babylon, in Africa or Asia or someplace else?

English
What is the difference between "used" and "use"? Is one past tense and one present tense? What fits in the sentences? Your use of "would" and "wouldn't" is correct.

English
"We're not for hundreds of people helping, could not have been built" makes no sense at all. The others look fine. You need some nouns and/or pronouns. And I'm glad we are not for hundreds of people helping, but why are we not for it?

anthropology
Whoever you are, you've used several different names, one for each question you've posted. Are you suffering from a multiple personality disorder? Ms. Sue is not rude. What do anthropologists study? Is it not how societies develop? How does that apply to development ...

english
She headed to gym? To gym class or to THE gym, as a room in the building, an assembly hall? Do tears flee? Does one erupt in tears or cheers? Tears are usually said to flow, not flee. You also need a comma before "and tears...". A clause is separated by a comma.

anthropology
I hope these articles help clear up the confusion. :)

anthropology
http://practicinganthropology.org/about/ethical-guidelines/

anthropology
Does your text address this issue? I would suggest that one thing you might look at is a tendency by some people to "look down" on other societies, both in the past and the present. Just because a remote tribe in the Amazon rain forest is not technologically advanced...

English
The direct object identifies what the action was done to. "He kicked the ball." The indirect object identifies to whom the action was done. "He kicked ball to Tim." Ball is the direct object, Tim the indirect object. "He gave cookies": cookies is ...

English
If it is a title, all the words (except articles) are capitalized, as in #3. Italics (or underlining) are used if it is the title of a book, a film, a newspaper, magazine, etc. A song, an article in a book or other publication, a chapter heading, etc., would be in quotation ...

English
"Whom" is the objective case, but, in common usage, we would use #3. The uses of "who" and "whom" seem to be blurred now, and may be changing as the language evolves. According to traditional rules, #3 would be incorrect, but probably would be ...

philosphy
Yes.

philosphy
I don't think so. http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/analogy

English
All are correct.

English
1 - no 2 - no 3 - yes 4 - no 5 - yes

Social studies
What does your text say?

language arts
And what, in the "selection" you read, supports the idea that cooperation is powerful?

language arts
Is there something about this assignment that you do not understand?

history
We can't write an essay for you. Look at trade, tariffs, and other things nation-states do to protect their own industries or foster them. Look at trade agreements between nations the encourage trade in goods, services, and intellectual property.

english
What story? Whatever it is, dramatizing it means telling the story with dialogue instead of descriptive writing. Read some plays to find out how dramatists do it.

english
What do you think, and why? We'll be glad to critique your answer.

Socail stuides
I agree. :)

Social Studies
http://cherokeeregistry.com/removal.pdf

Social Studies
Well, to be clear, a modified version of the treaty was accepted and ratified by the U.S. Senate the next year, exchanging land in Georgia and other states for land west of the Mississippi, with a grace period of two years before the Cherokee had to leave for the Indian ...

Social Studies
What do you think? What impact did the 1835 treaty, never ratified or accepted by either side, have on the act of 1830 and the 1836 decision?

English
Yes, they looked around (not over, under, beside, etc.)

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