Posts by Reed

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S.Studies
It's hard for us to critique something like this because we don't know what your text materials and your teacher have emphasized. I think what you say is, broadly, true. There may be other, more basic, problems that political conflicts in South Asia have in common, ...

English
Jamie, any time you encounter a word you're unfamiliar with, look it up. An easy way to do that, if your device has a web browser (Google, Bing, Yahoo, etc.)is to type the word into the browser followed by the word "definition" and click or touch "search&...

english
If you have read these works, first identify a dark action (negative, harmful). Then figure out why that action was taken. What prompted it? If a more positive, less harmful action had been taken, how would the story be different?

Human Relations
Vocal inflection? I don't understand the question. What are your choices?

social
There is great social pressure to conform. "The nail that sticks up is pounded down" is a popular phrase there. And the Japanese take great pride in ethnic identity. Everyone should be Japanese, like everyone else.

english
What do you think he looks like? Who is he?

english
Have you read it? Who is making an odyssey? Whose travels are recounted in the story? Who is the protagonist? If it was about the Cyclops, why would Odysseus be the person Homer told about?

english
What poem?

english
1 - no 2 - correct 3 - correct 4 - correct 5 - correct 6 - no 7 - correct 8 - correct 9 - correct 10- correct

english
1 - no 2 - 1, 2, and 3 could be correct. 3 - correct 4 - no 5 - correct (none of the above) 6 - no (the name of the country is The Netherlands) 7 - correct 8 - no 9 - correct 10- no 11- correct 12- no 13- correct 14- correct 15- no 16- correct 17- correct 18- correct 19- no 20...

Art History
Make sure your answer corresponds with your text materials. There may be several answers that are accurate, but only those in your text will be "correct".

social studies
Or do you know where the picture was taken or the location it depicts? That would help. In any case, your key words are "erosion" and "deposition". Make sure you know what those words mean, and what each of the choices means. Look the words up if you aren&#...

Writeacher
I think the question is about the play OUR TOWN by Thornton Wilder. The student should specify, but if that's the case, the Stage Manager is a character in the play, not the backstage stage manager.

English
If you say so. Do you have a question?

English
"on" means on top of (the ground), on the surface. "in" means just what it says, IN the ground, below the surface.

English
1 and 2 are correct. Three doesn't make sense. She doesn't like what? And if we have identified Dona as female, she is not "it".

english 4
I am unaware of any work by Jane Austen titled "On a Marriage Proposal". She wrote seven novels, six of which were finished and published (the seventh was unfinished at the time of her death). Are you reading an excerpt from one of the novels?

English
I don't think any of the tutors here have read this play.

LA
I think you should read it and find out.

speeh
What do you think? We'll be glad to check your answers. http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/mnemonic

Social Studies
You're welcome.

Social Studies
What does your text say? http://www.mapsofworld.com/world-top-ten/world-top-ten-countries-with-largest-muslim-populations-map.html

Social Studies
The key word here is "fail" to live up to communist theory. A is not correct either. You're on your own now. Two guesses. Read your text materials.

Social Studies
Nope.

sociall studiesss
What does your text say? Here are several articles. Read lots. http://www.bing.com/search?q=the+great+society+-+success+or+failure%3F&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=a1a0c5252b724a15bc3383466b0a4058&pq=the+great+society+-+success+or+failure%3F&cc=US&setlang=en-US

Language art
What passages?

Psychology
If the questions are worded carefully, with several questions addressing the question of who would lie and who might not, it's hard to "fudge" it. It's all in how the "test" is designed. When asked flat-out, "Are you a liar>" almost no ...

history
None of the above.

history
This may have what you need. http://www.wilsoncenter.org/event/the-united-states-and-the-1967-arab-israeli-war

history
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comprehensive_Anti-Apartheid_Act

history
Here's one point of view. I would add the cost, in money and lives, of the "proxy wars" that took place during the Cold War, particularly Korea and Vietnam. http://www.nytimes.com/1999/05/20/opinion/l-cold-war-s-heavy-cost-770728.html

History
The Moral Majority dissolved in 1989 when Ronald Reagan left office. It's on-going influence is open to question, but the 1994 Contract with America reflected many of the political goals of The Moral Majority. http://www.wiu.edu/cas/history/wihr/pdfs/Banwart-...

ELA
Neither do I.

MUSIC
And your choice is? When were these periods in music history and when was electricity (electronics) possible?

Health pe
I agree.

English, AP Language, Shakespeare, AP
The very fact of his untimely death is what makes him a tragic hero instead of a comic hero. Beyond that, you might want to look at the reluctance the conspirators have in plotting Caesar's death. How do they feel about him as a friend and as a person as opposed to what ...

Social Studies
You're welcome.

Social Studies
Yes, according to what I have read, Russia, like many countries, faces an aging population.

Social Studies
I think there's a better answer.

Population density
You're very welcome, Madison, and congratulations on a 100% score!

Population density
Usually, yes. If there are more people per square mile or any other unit of measure, it means population density is higher there than it is where there are fewer people per square mile, etc.

Lite
Um, are you discussing the role of the stage manager in the production of any play, or a character IN a specific play?

History
B is correct. :)

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

SS HELP
I think C is probably correct. Two of the choices are true to some extent, so I'm guessing that C is most likely to be considered correct.

SS HELP
I think you're correct on the second question. Let us know what you decide on the first.

History
I think there is a better answer.

history
How can we help you with this assignment?

Juvenile Justice
I think you'll find what you need here: http://www.woodfin.org/classes/juvenile/legalrights(T).html

Social Studies
None of the choices to this question are really correct. The "correct" answer will be whatever your text says it is, though, and we have no idea what your text says.

English
What is the soldier's "office"? Is it nice and safe like an office in a city, reached by train? Is it clean and dry as opposed to the trenches lashed by rain? Might a soldier in the trenches of World War I (or any war) "dream" of baseball bats and ...

variation
"variation" is not your school subject. This looks like physics. For all I knew, you could have been asking about the variation of terrain in the Sierra foothills or the variables in a public opinion survey - anything.

Social Studies
What story? We can't see your text materials.

Social Studies
I agree.

SS
I think there's a better answer.

english
1, 2, and 5 are correct. 3 and 4 are wrong.

english
All five of your "fill in the blank" answers are wrong. I don't know the questions for the others.

english
Sorry, I made a typo. 12 is correct, too, not two 13s.

english
7, 9, 13, 13, 14,17, & 20 are correct. The others are wrong, except #5, which could be any of three out of the four choices and be correct.

english
1, 2, and 4 are wrong. The others are correct (but you did not indicate a choice on #6).

English
con·ven·tion·al [k?n?ven(t)SH(?)n(?)l] ADJECTIVE based on or in accordance with what is generally done or believed: "a conventional morality had dictated behavior" synonyms: normal · standard · regular · ordinary · ...

English
What does the question and answer format mean? What is the mother trying to accomplish by telling the child she can't go to the march? And what is the significance of the girl's desire to "make the country free"? Contrast that with the bomb that takes the ...

Entrepreneurship
Yes, you are right.

History
It's a bit early to really assess the war in Afghanistan, as history, since it's still going on. The biggest difference I can see is the rationale for engaging in the first place. The US had been attacked on 9/11/2001 by terrorists supposedly allied with Al Qaeda, ...

ELA
Trivia: Gary Burghoff, who played "Radar" on the TV series M*A*S*H, played "Charlie Brown" in the original off-Broadway production. :)

Ms. Sue
Oh, well. You know me. I have seen it, have the published script, and the cast album. I like it, but it is what it is.

Ms. Sue
"You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" is a musical from 1967. It's fun and good, based on the comic strip. Hardly great literature, though!

ELA
I agree with C and D. Lucy's survey is all about herself, and if Charlie Brown answered truthfully, she would not like it!

English
I don't know what is meant by "conventional phrases", for one thing. And I'm not familiar with this work.

History
The question is about Europe, not Asia. So, the answer is "no", considering the division of influence as a result of the Yalta conference, but yes after that.

History
That depends entirely on what is meant. The Soviet Union was given the rights to occupy most of Eastern Europe at the Yalta conference in 1945, so most of Eastern Europe ended up "behind the iron curtain" with communist governments. After that, communism did not ...

apush
How would we know that?

apush
First, this is a history question. What school subject is "apush"? If you want a history tutor to help you, put "History" in the School Subject box (or science, math, whatever). I only saw this because I was curious what "apush" means! ...

Social studies
I think this explains it well. Russia had had colonial and trade interests in North America for a long time. And Russia wanted to counter British influence in the Asia-Pacific region. Please read this. http://history.state.gov/milestones/1866-1898/alaska-purchase

Reading check pleaseee
Well, Dunbar certainly feels sympathy for the bird. Does that mean admiration? http://www.poemofquotes.com/paullaurencedunbar/sympathy.php

Social Studies
I'm sure your text discusses this topic. So does this: http://www.history.com/topics/ancient-history/emperor-augustus

English
Yes.

Adverbial Phrase
1 - no 2 - yes 3 - no 4 - yes 5 - yes 6 - yes

History
Here's one example: http://www.scholastic.com/teachers/articles/teaching-content/history-child-labor/

History
No. The "mock war" games are described in this article: http://www.armchairgeneral.com/1941-the-year-eisenhower-became-a-general-part-2.htm

U.S. Government
http://www.u-s-history.com/pages/h333.html The issue was whether a state had to obey a national law that it did not like, as you can see from the article above. What was supreme, a state's rights or the national government acting in the interests of the entire nation? The ...

U.S. Government
In this case, the people who wrote the Arkansas constitution did not prohibit dueling, but so strongly disapproved that nobody who engaged in it could hold office for ten years. The legislature remained free to ban the practice or not. It was a rather pointed, but inherently ...

U.S. Government
As to why, once some concept is enshrined in a constitution, the whims of the legislature cannot change it. Something considered fundamental should not be the subject of passing fads.

U.S. Government
I agree with A.

Reading plz check my answer!!?
I'm not familiar with "The Weary Blues". Sorry.

Social Studies
You're correct on the first question. I don't know the answer to the second. Does your text say that they wanted to give women the right to vote? If you're not sure, double-check.

ELA
Is Frost talking about a real fork in the road, or is he talking about a life choice? If one has to make a choice, say, going to college or not, what would life be like if the other choice had been made? The "road" not taken. And, in the Whitman poem, the ship the ...

English
Helen, to be a little clearer, I hope, you can't move a country. Canada, Mexico, France, etc. can't be moved. One can move TO Canada, Mexico, or France, but we can't move the country. Do you see the difference?

English
The best advice I can give you, at least, is to make your subjects and verbs agree. They don't. For example, one tends to do something while people tend to do something. Singular and plural forms must match. Another, different example of an error: "...move other ...

education
I think you'll find this useful: http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/policyfunding/leadership/pdfs/issue17.pdf

ELA
I agree this time. It does not tell a story, so it's not a narrative poem.

American Government
None of these answers make sense, except, possibly, b. But that's not the primary purpose of zoning. http://www.wycokck.org/Internetdept.aspx?id=6280&menu_id=1032&banner=15284

SS
Yes, correct.

Social Studies
What colonies did France develop in the NORTHERN North America? Which are closest to the Arctic Ocean and routes to it, like Hudson's Bay?

Political Science
Ms. Sue is right. The legislator must also consider (or should) the NEEDS of constituents as well as the DESIRES of the voters. Sometimes they are not the same. Obeisance to the party line may not accomplish either.

Political Science
Does the median voter always have the knowledge of nuance and details to make correct decisions? Why do we have representatives to study these things on our behalf? Start with this question. These should give you some perspectives: http://www.bing.com/search?q=political+party+...

SS
And note that restaurant workers are rarely unionized.

Social Studies
Yes. Although it is negligible.

Social Studies
No.

Social Studies need help quick!
I meant A may fit the question better. Double-check.

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