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5 - Portfolio Item: Cool Crafts Portfolio
I have no idea what a "cool crafts portfolio" is. Ask your teacher to explain it to you.
Yes, all of the above. :)
What do you think the answer is, regardless of where you left your book?
Nope. You posted this before and got an answer then.
In other words, Ryan, we are not going to tell you what YOU think. You have to think for yourself and write your thoughts yourself.
I don't know what a "reading character role" is, either. You are to suggest ideas from the novel or the character "Johnny Tremain" that you think might be good to discuss in a group. You must support your thoughts with examples from the novel's text.
It doesn't matter if I know the answer. When you have read your text materials and can answer yourself, we'll be glad to check your answer. Be careful, asking for the answer is cheating, and can get you banned from Jiskha.
cat·e·go·ri·cal im·per·a·tive [??kad???ôr?k?l ?m?per?div] NOUN philosophy (in Kantian ethics) an unconditional moral obligation that is binding in all circumstances and is not dependent on a person's inclination or ...
Science - Climate change
I think so, yes. http://climate.ncsu.edu/edu/k12/.breezes
Intensive Reading (CHECK MS SUE)
Let me add to Ms. Sue's comments. Since we have not seen the article, it's impossible for us to agree or disagree with your answer, if this refers to a specific article. Any non-fiction article on any topic will aim to accomplish both B and D. In fact, both B and D say...
Intensive Reading (CHECK)
Is this an article or essay that you have written or one you have read? If it's one you have written, A is the correct answer. If it's one you have read, written by someone else, your understanding of it must come from the text of the article or essay itself.
I you have read the poem, do you think old Alexander used humor at all? If so, how? I won't do your thinking for you. We'll be glad to critique your answer.
If you can't remember, go back to the story and re-read the pertinent passages. I don't know which version of the Arthurian tales you are reading, so I don't know. In case you did not know, the Arthurian tales have been retold many, many times, and the details vary...
What do YOU think? I'll give you a hint. There is an appositive in that sentence; appositives are set off with a comma. http://www.grammar-monster.com/glossary/appositive_apposition.htm
If your answers agree with your text materials, then you are correct. I question your answer to 28. Military prowess allowed the Romans to conquer and impose their beliefs on North Africa, but that spread their economic power, too, so either answer may be correct. And, the ...
Neither answer is correct.
No. There is a much better answer.
I agree with C.
English Help Re-wording
The only thing here I would change is the fact that you say there are three questions raised and use a colon. Then you have three complete sentences that follow. If you are listing the questions, you should separate them with semicolons with no capitalization. If you want them...
English Help Re-wording
Why do you need to reword this? It's quite well-written. I have to ask, have you copied it from another source and must put it in your own words?
Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, part of the Bill of Rights: Amendment VI In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the state and district wherein the crime shall have been committed, which district...
I wish "hehe" would learn about the Second Great Awakening in general, as well as the temperance movement.
Make sure you make the distinction between Sudan and South Sudan. They are now two separate countries.
I can't think of any "back to nature" tomes I've read in the last few years. I'm sure there are some. Novels that do deal with the darker sides of human nature and the artificiality of modern society are many. Anything by Louise Erdrich might qualify. ...
I think there's a better answer. What was Philip's attitude toward Timothy at the beginning of the story and HOW does it change, and why? Read the story and stop guessing. You've made two guesses. We won't respond to this question again.
I happen to know which story you refer to, but you MUST tell us the title and author of the story you are reading. As for your question, if you had read the story, you'd know there is one correct answer. When you can suggest which of the choices is correct, I'll be ...
SOC 320 Public policy
Unless I can see all the choices, I can't tell which is the best answer, much less whether you have chosen it.
Yes. The key is the charismatic leader who is, often, more important that any beliefs or belief system.
Nope. Look up the word "mythology".
I am da one
You have obviously not read your text materials. Try this: http://www.georgiaencyclopedia.org/articles/history-archaeology/battle-kettle-creek
A is wrong.
I disagree. Which of these might predict an outcome rather than recount the past?
I'd say it's false, but if you have a good reason to say it's true, your teacher should hear you out.
It's either/or, neither/nor. Easy to remember.
I don't understand what you need help with. Your essay is not very well written. Only the cognoscenti (people "in the know") will really understand it. What is PvP, for example? Don't assume your reader already knows everything you know! Your last line is ...
I disagree with the choices for the first question, but B may be the best of the bad choices. I disagree with your answer to the second question.
I agree with all three answers.
B is the best answer. Usually, it is to punish wrong-doers, as well as restrain them so they won't commit more crimes.
What have you read in your text materials? When you can suggest an answer, we'll check it for you.
I agree! Good work.
I don't think so. Who is helping whom in this story?
Is anybody (singular - one person) "THEY"? You're on your own now.
Is someone "we"? Nope.
And the answer is? When you have an idea, we'll be glad to check it.
I wonder if M has read and understood anything.
I, too, think that award was excessive. I'm not sure how to set a limit that would apply across the board, but some reasonable criteria should be established for making such awards. There are clear cases in which treatment was inappropriate or in error, and awards are due ...
If anyone expects to just be "given" the answers, they are sadly mistaken.
Google the Missouri Compromise if you can't read your assigned materials or you haven't read your course requirements to find out what reading is recommended or assigned.
When you've read your text and can venture YOUR suggested answer, we'll check it for you.
I can't find a website that deals specifically with the Carolinas in 1824. Slavery had never been allowed in the Northwest Territories, so that was no issue. The Monroe Doctrine had no real impact domestically at all - it was about foreign relations. And the national ...
Neither of these is true. Read your assigned reading. We won't answer your questions for you. We'll check YOUR answers.
Unfortunately, I have no idea what that is, either. Your text materials must explain it in some previous lesson. This assignment asks you to identify anything about characters in the novel Johnny Tremainthat could be discussed in a group discussion.
AARGH That doesn't work either! This should work. Look up what sanctions are. https://www.merriam-webster.com/
I agree with your answers to the second and third questions, not the first. http:/www.merriam-webster/dictionary/sanction
art repost and 4 is corrected
None of Van Gogh's self-portraits have a formal setting. Some have no "setting" at all. Your first choice was "abstract designs". Most of his self-portraits have just color as a background, setting. If that is considered abstract by your text and ...
Guessing rarely works very well.
lun is being a smart-aleck. If you have read the novel, you'll know the answer to this question. I've read it. You should, too. It's very good.
Social Studies 1 QUESTION
The link works when I click on it. It's a good article. What does your text say about Worcester v Georgia? What did the Supreme Court rule? After that ruling, did President Jackson follow it or ignore it? Either your text or this article will answer these questions.
Social Studies 1 QUESTION
#3 - is the painting you're looking at, "Resting", photo-realism? Does it look like a photograph? I don't think so. Perhaps you're looking at a different painting. There are more than one titled "Resting" by "a follower of Sargent". #1...
I just answered you below. Be patient. Tutors are not glued to their screens. Sometimes it takes a few minutes.
B is the best answer, yes. "fleet" means fast, not dangerous, but B is the best answer. The others don't apply at all.
As for Van Gogh's self-portrait, I don't see any abstract designs in any of them.
1 - no. Photo realism? Toulouse-Lautrec? 2 - I agree 3 - no. Does this painting look like a photograph? I don't think so. 4 - I don't know which self-portrait you're trying to evaluate. 5 - I agree
The car is expected to decrease in value $6,ooo in five years (10,000 - 4,000). How much is that per year? Then subtract the yearly depreciation from the purchase price to find the value at the end of the first year.
I recommend you read your text materials. This site - and linked articles - may have information that will help you. https://tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/mzr02
A silent play, as in mime, or like a silent movie? The irrevocable act could be anything with dramatic or comedic impact. Somebody robs a bank, accidentally (or intentionally) shoots another person (murder, manslaughter, serious injury). It could be someone accused of sexual ...
I don't know either.
I used to know how to do this in older versions of Excel, but can't figure it out in the newer version I have now. Sorry, but maybe somebody else does.
I see almost no problems with this. I do think you need to clarify this sentence: "The total number of morphemes per one-hundred utterances came to three-hundred-and-twenty-six." I'm sure you are accurate in what that says, but, as a reader, I question how there ...
Does it not say she is organizing a rally "to help bring about awareness," and "hopefully solve the problem"? Is litter in the park a local issue?
Hi, I think you are correct that the best choice is B. The infinitive "to learn" modifies the verb "wants".
This gives information about farming in the Middle Ages, too. http://www.lordsandladies.org/farming-middle-ages.htm
There was no dramatic climate change in Europe at that time. B is wrong. Re-read your text materials for the correct information. I don't know about the ox collar or yoke.
Health and communications
You are guessing. Do you know what data is, and how it is collected based on outcomes? Can it be tracked how many people who have coronary surgery survive for long periods in cities, counties, states, etc., and compared with other areas, even hospital to hospital? Which ones ...
public and health
D is correct, but so are others. What do your text materials say?
Business [ Human Resource]
I don't think any tutor here is familiar with the Evaluation "manger" you refer to. Sorry we can't help. I'm sure your text materials tell which positions fall under the rubric, whatever it is. You'll find the answer there, but YOU have to read them. ...
Nope! Not by a long shot.
You are welcome to recommend a website or an article or a book that you have found helpful or informative, just not the link. Keep in mind, too, that adult tutors try to be impartial and avoid links that lead to biased material. A student or a parent might not be quite so ...
Yes, B is correct, Rylee. :)
What don't you "get"? The boys relationships with the adults they interact with are not the same. How do they differ? How does each interact with the significant adult? How do the adults regard the boys? Use examples from the stories to support your ideas. You do...
Let me add that a relationship with a co-worker or team member is significant. You may dislike the person, but the relationship is significant, so conflict may well arise, and must be dealt with somehow.
https://www.bing.com/search?q=conflict+thesaurus&form=EDGTCT&qs=DA&cvid=c89b35c7cfc245f68d119ced05fbb20d&cc=US&setlang=en-US I would pick C for the second question. If your text has a different answer, that one will be considered "correct". If you disagree with ...
I agree with your third answer, but not the first two.
Educational Tech and Online learning
Yes, A is correct, as I understand filters.
I can think of many, but which is apt depends on your point of view, what you believe. One might be, "I was sucked into the vortex of a false religion." Another might be, "Susan finally saw the glorious light provided by our religion." https://www.merriam-...
As a third party, perhaps I can answer your question - which is not about homework, but is a valid one. Ms. Sue is an educator. She does not believe just telling students the answers is helping them learn. The purpose of school/education is to learn how the world around us ...