Posts by Reed

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government
Don't confuse the method of distribution or access with the media. The question speaks of prior restraint on social media. The word media is plural. Social media means Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Spotify, etc., as well as Google, Bing, etc., not the TV set, the ...

government
I'm not guessing. Social media is transmitted by smartphone as well as other devices. The first amendment addresses freedom of the press, which we now call "media", social or otherwise. The question says "all devices", not just smartphones. The privacy ...

government
Ad since when is your phone "social media" or any medium? It's a means of transmission of media.

government
Try the first amendment. It's a fascinating read, only a few words.

government
It is hard to read your question. The words "prior constraint on...media" does suggest something blatantly unconstitutional.

Language Arts
I don't know the works cited in questions 2 and 3. You do. You are correct in that D is the best answer for question 1. I might suggest that Walter Mitty's fantasies are also an escape from a hum-drum life, as well as his domineering wife.

English
All are okay. When you use "my", you are speaking only for yourself. "Our" speaks for more than one, as in parents speaking of their children - "Our children liked it" - or siblings speaking about the rest of their family, etc. "Our families...

English
All are acceptable, good grammar.

English
"any" is acceptable. 1 and 3 are better.

ss
Read all about it! https://history.state.gov/milestones/1750-1775/proclamation-line-1763

History
Nope. How did that lead to the assassination of President Garfield in 1881 by a deranged man who thought he deserved to be appointed to a high office?

History
I disagree with #3, and agree with your other answers.

History
#3, I think A is probably the best answer. Even then, there is debate about the control of Federal lands, if not specifically the National Parks like Yosemite and Yellowstone. I agree with all your answers.

English
You also need a comma after "...business partners, coined..."

English
"Since 1905, coca leaves..." is still in passive voice. And, you elided the word "although". This does not need to be two sentences. "was coined"?? Frank M. Robinson was coined? He was made of copper or silver? He coined the name, he was not ...

English
yes.

English
The sentence says the ads were created by Coca-Cola, doesn't it? So, how would you rewrite in an active voice?

English
I think so.

English
I disagree. His argument is that Death is not as powerful as it seems to be. "Be not proud (of yourself)..."

English
I guess understatement applies. Of these choices, that may be the best.

History
I agree with D. Reform movements also were spawned by both "awakenings", but the Second one reached people the First one did not. The first was rather local in New England. Important, but not as widespread.

History
No, only in part. Read the article I posted for you. Slaves were not excluded at all. It did spawn some reform movements, yes. There's more.

History
Nope. Did you read anything, or are you just guessing?

History
http://www.christianity.com/church/church-history/timeline/1701-1800/the-2nd-great-awakening-11630336.html

History
What does your assigned reading say? What is your answer? We'll be glad to check it.

English
Did people in stores, those who saw TV and print ads, etc., NOT have exposure to the campaign?

History
If you couldn't find anything in any of those web sites, you probably didn't read them.

English
I agree again.

English
Well, yes. The next-to-last line is part of the same thought as the last line. One cannot stand or make sense without the other.

English
I agree again. :)

English
Again, I agree.

English
I agree.

History
Many compromises were made AMONG THE ALLIES about how to wage the war, when to invade and where, etc., but not WITH the enemies.

History
I will not respond to further questions about compromise during the war.

History
We don't know what kind of "board" you are to create. A timeline would indicate that efforts at compromise were made BEFORE the war. Once the war started, no one was willing to (or able) to compromise.

history
D.<3, attempts at compromise were made BEFORE the war with Japan started. They failed. The result of that failure was the war with Japan, part of World War II. Once war was declared, there was, nor could there have been, a compromise. Read the material I posted for you ...

history
World War II did NOT end in compromise of any kind. The war was fought until the Axis powers (Germany, Italy, and Japan) were defeated. Terms of surrender were dictated by the Allies (USA, Soviet Union, Britain...), no compromises.

history
No. There was no compromise. The Japanese were defeated in war and surrendered. That's no compromise. Do you know what the word compromise means? https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/compromise

economics(gentle man) thankyou
https://www.bing.com/search?q=utility+theory+in+economics&form=EDGTCT&qs=AS&cvid=f096bdb098214073aaefa7aa14e733f6&cc=US&setlang=en-US

history
Oh, yes. The scare didn't go away until after the war. Bunkers and gun emplacements can still be found along the coast at San Francisco, intended to defend against a Japanese invasion.

history
It also came much later in the war. The war was a result of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, not a compromise at all.

History
Ms. Sue is right. Attempts at compromise took place before the Japanese bombed Pear Harbor. Obviously, they did not work, and maybe that's the point. Read about it: https://www.bing.com/search?q=attempts+at+compromise+with+Japan+before+Pearl+Harbor&qs=n&form=QBLH&scope=web...

criminal justice
You're welcome.

criminal justice
Yes. Ethanol is derived from plants, like corn.

tourism and hospitality
Sometimes, if there is great demand, other producers will get in on it, and then the price may go down, the more similar products there are on the market. But popular vacation spots are usually more expensive than less popular ones, so B is the right answer.

tourism and hospitality
Often, yes, B. Not always, but often.

History
Well, if Mr. Carter wants help, I need to know a little more. If not, so be it. :)

History
Who is "buddi"?

History
In what period of history?

History
No. Read your assigned reading.

modern studie
Yes, what period are you asking about?

tourism and hospitality
I don't know how your text materials define these terms. You do. I assume you are correct if you have read your assigned reading.

History
Yes, A. Right again!

Social Studies
Keep in mind, too, that we can't see your chart.

History
Yes, A.

Social studies
I think you should read your assigned reading instead of guessing, or read this: http://www.history.com/topics/british-history/english-civil-wars

Social studies
Nope.

Social Studies
This is also a good site that explains, in simple terms, the differences between the Federalists and the Democratic-Republicans. http://ic.galegroup.com/ic/uhic/ReferenceDetailsPage/DocumentToolsPortletWindow?displayGroupName=Reference&jsid=27c4d7c605ee78f96be9be874b8f557c&...

world history
Nope. https://schoolworkhelper.net/roman-society-patricians-merchants-artisans-slaves/

world history
When you have read your text materials (assigned reading) and can venture an answer, we'll be glad to check it.

SOCIAL STUDIES
What does your text say? https://historyplex.com/articles-of-confederation-strengths

English
I don't know. I haven't read the story; have you? What is your question about this assignment?

English
par·al·lel·ism [?per?lel?iz?m] NOUN the state of being parallel or of corresponding in some way. the use of successive verbal constructions in poetry or prose that correspond in grammatical structure, sound, meter, meaning, etc.

English
I think not. Make sure you understand each of these terms. Look them up if your text materials don't seem clear to you.

English
I would say quite formal.

History
You're welcome, Malia.

History
Right again!

English
Has Evroc argued that Percival should follow in his footsteps and become a knight, in this version? If so, D would be correct. If not, it can't be a counterargument. Context means everything.

History
yes, D

English
Versions of the story do vary, so make sure that answer "squares" with the version you've been assigned. There are several (many) variations on the legends.

English
I agree.

History
This is page one of many (advance to other pages at the bottom of this list), and note other search terms listed. https://www.bing.com/search?q=pearl+harbor+bombing&form=EDNTHT&mkt=en-us&httpsmsn=1&refig=36f97cc5bebf44aa8f5965bd30f06d8b&sp=1&qs=AS&pq=pearl+harbor+bombing&sc=8-...

World History A
How on Earth can anyone "give you the answer" when it is to be based on a statement YOU wrote? We don't know what you wrote! And, if you don't either, you're in trouble.

english
Do you have a question about this assignment?

english
I have no idea if you agree or not. Do you, or do you not?

Writing Sources
I don't know of any studies that have explored that - which does not mean someone hasn't looked into it. This is what a "search" came up with. I don't know if these will help you or not, but read and find out. You can try your own web browser (Google, ...

Lang Arts
Good for you! And you're welcome, and feel free to post again, Boba.

Lang Arts
Yes, B is right. :)

Lang Arts
Boba, follow directions on the "Post a question" page. You must show your work, or have a clear question about something you don't understand. It's against all our rules to just give out answers so that the student doesn't have to do anything to learn for...

Lang Arts
Moose may be acting out of anger, but what does the passage suggest MIGHT happen next? https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/suspense

the little mermaid
Giving the answers is considered cheating. You can be banned from Jiskha for cheating. Boba Felt, what do YOU think the answer is?

Lang Arts
Make sure you know what each of these words means, then tell us what you think. We'll be glad to check your answer.

us history
If you need more perspectives than your text materials provide, read lots: https://www.bing.com/search?q=benefits+of+international+cooperation&form=EDNTHT&mkt=en-us&httpsmsn=1&refig=625b3e2e813c4af5ff8890b3a1e768d9&sp=-1&ghc=1&pq=benefits+of+international+cooperation&sc=1-37&...

us history
What is your question? Are you to fill in the blank? If so, what do you think?

English 1 (Check Ms. Sue)
Ms. Sue seems not to be online yet today. I don't know what "text features" means, how your text materials define that phrase. What features?

English
Earth is capitalized, since that is the proper name of the planet in English. Sun is also a proper noun, so should also be capitalized. It's the name we have given (in English) to the star we revolve around, our star.

History
Well, it may be a fiber-optic cable now, but the basic idea is the same.

History
Even your Wi-Fi sends a radio signal to the modem from your computer, then it connects to a wire.

History
What does your text say? Since the electric telegraph was the first invention to use electronic transmission by wires, what else uses such transmission? The telephone, cable TV, what else?

texas historty
Again, I haven't read your text/assigned reading. I'll bet the answer is there.

texas historty
I don't know. I have not read your text materials. Have you done so?

english
And your answer is? Try reading the story to find out.

History
I don't think he found any secret passages in the attic. Tunnels usually are dug underground.

English
Why does anyone use, and craft, language (rhetoric) to communicate?

English
Yes, in 1) it could refer to either the experience or the pipe itself.

English
It refers to the instrument, the pipe.

English
No, not more polite. Both are stating a fact.

Writing - College
It seems to me that the prof. wants you to evaluate your conduct of the interview. Did you ask all the pertinent questions, or think of some later that you wish you had asked? Did you elicit clear answers to your questions, or let it slide when an answer was incomplete or ...

History A level
http://alphahistory.com/frenchrevolution/sans-culottes/

English
I think all of these choices are wrong. I think he is warning them that their actions, their "path", will lead to death, which they may not desire. I don't know what to tell you as to which answer might be "correct" when you are graded.

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