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Philosophy
This asks for your analysis, not that of a tutor. Do you have a question about the assignment?

English help
This is a good explanation of how to write an expository essay. In your case, you don't need to do research; your source is the story. Who is the narrator? What is his/her point of view? How does he/she present the story told? Use quotations from the story to demonstrate ...

English
"in five days" means it took five days. If he started on Monday, he finished the book on Friday. Your #2 doesn't make a lot of sense. After five days could mean anything more than five days. He took a whole year to read the book?

English
If it took four and a half days, you can say "within five days", yes.

Ethics
Why not? What are the arguments?

Social studies
I agree with E.

Social studies
I'm sorry. Your choice of A for #2 is correct. My bad. B is correct for #3. E is NOT correct for #4. The size of the study does not indicate its validity (unless it was ridiculously small; 724 is not necessarily too small).

Social studies
1 - I agree with C 2 - no 3 - no 4 - no

History
I think B would also be acceptable, but go with what your text materials say. As to suburbs, it could be said that suburbs became an attractive place to live BECAUSE of the baby boom after World War II. Which came first, the boom or the 'burb?

AP US History
Do you want to write two or three books on this topic? Pay attention to the fact of slavery, then the Civil War and Reconstruction. Read lots: http://www.bing.com/search?q=Reconstruction+era+-+1865-1877&FORM=EDGNNC

History
I think your paragraph is a little vague. And you need to watch your punctuation (why are there slash marks?). For further reading on the topic, if you need some, here are some essays and articles that discuss the question: http://www.bing.com/search?q=the+impact+of+ww+ii+on+...

American Government
I agree with your answer to #2 (and #1), not with your answer to #3. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gibbons_v._Ogden

English
http://www.grammar-monster.com/glossary/complement.htm Read this and decide what the complement is in that sentence. We'll be glad to check your answer.

PUBL?C LAW, Political science, ir
I think this is what you're looking for. Consult your text materials, though. http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/liege

ED TECH HELLLLPPP
The answer this quick check is: 1. B 2. A 3. C 4. D You can trust me if you want but it is 100%.

Art
I don't know. I forgot to ask him. You might find some hints here: http://www.bing.com/search?q=Why+did+Pablo+Picasso+invent+Cubism%3F&FORM=EDGNNC

History
C and D look like two parts of the same answer. In any case, when you decide which is correct, we'll be glad to check your answer.

Chemistry help needed
? I'm sure Alabama is a great state. I've always enjoyed visiting there. What does it have to do with chemistry?

Social Studies
I have a book titled A HISTORY OF CIVILIZATION (which focuses on western "civilization", Euro-centered). We called it the five-pound Judd (after the author).

Math
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ELA
The assignment is to identify THREE things you learn about the character based on what he says. You've identified one (very well). Are there two other things you know about Milo from the dialogue?

History
I have to add a little. Some former Confederate officials were elected to Congress after the Civil War and the states had been re-admitted, but the "Radical Republicans" in Congress rejected them. The people who had elected them felt disenfranchised. (Those ...

History
When the Civil War ended, or as the U.S. Army took control of states that had been in rebellion during the War, the former Confederate states were under military control. States had to write new constitutions and set up new state and local governments to be fully re-admitted. ...

Social studies
Make them cleaner? Read about it in one or more of these pieces, then think about how it could have been better, given what they knew at that time. http://www.bing.com/search?q=civil+war+battlefield+medicine&form=EDGTCT&qs=PF&cvid=237b215b69284bce9a14050c545f438c&pq=civil+war+...

History
That's a very broad question. Read lots, and if you don't find what you need, click on the "related topics" on the right side of the screen, and/or click on the next pages at the bottom of the list. http://www.bing.com/search?q=classical+science+and+...

English
You're welcome. Now, as I mentioned yesterday, make sure you explain what you mean by "mysterious." :)

English
Yes, that's better. Actually, whether you found it a difficult read or not has nothing to do with your thesis. I appreciate your perception, and I know it's real, but whether or not the novel is hard to understand or not depends entirely on the individual reader, not ...

English
First, you don't need the first comma. It does not belong there. Delete the first phrase about difficulty and you have a thesis statement. You can discuss the difficulty you had in reading the novel in the body of your commentary.

LA
That's another good one, yes. You've got the idea. She put her cart before the horse in this case.

LA
She was counting her chickens before they hatched in the hope that her ship would come in. What would you say about buying someone a present before she got the invitation to the party? How did she know she would be invited, or was she just hoping she would?

Social studies
I just did. If you don't understand what the passage/contract says, re-read it. It seems very clear to me. Your text materials (which you also have to read) will tell you what kind of contract/arrangement this is.

Life
What shall we fill them with? Popcorn? Silage? Cotton candy? Old rags?

Social Studies
What does the passage say? The farmer and his wife are to cultivate corn and cotton, maintain the farm and the fences, etc. The landowner, I.G. Bailey, will pay the farmer 1/3 share of the corn and 1/2 share of the cotton he and his wife raise (as well as the fodder). In other...

Language Arts
What is the image that the poet uses repeatedly, over and over again, to express her joy at the Proclamation? Is it a dark cloud? Is it chains of captivity? What is it? And I'll give you one example of a word that she uses that has a denoted meaning, but means something ...

biology
I'm sure your textbook explains this, but this does, too. You have to read it. http://knowingneurons.com/2014/11/05/inhibitory-neurons-keeping-the-brains-traffic-in-check/

Social Studies
What are your choices? What was the novel?

School Subject: Venn diagrams
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C++ ???
What is your school subject? We have no tutors who specialize in C++.

AP English Literature
Make sure you know what the words "pleasure" and "disquietude" mean: http://www.merriam-webster.com Then think about what events or descriptions in the story evoke or describe pleasure AND/OR disquietude.

ss
I don't know what your question is, but "swimmed" is incorrect. http://www.bing.com/search?q=past+tense+of+verb+%22swim%22&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=f905c3083a7e46fd8d38b554da377ee1&pq=past+tense+of+verb+%22swim%22&cc=US&setlang=en-US

ss
I'm glad Harold swam all those laps! Good for him.

Social Studies
Since I don't know what your choices are, I have no idea if your answers are the best of them or not. I do know that President Truman did not, and could not, make political activities of any kind "illegal". Communist-related activities were frowned upon, and ...

history
And, I would point out that if you live in Vladivostok and head due east, you'll end up in North America - so it's all relative. If you live in Los Angeles and head due west, you'll find the next continent to be Asia (with islands in between). Go figure.

history
I may be wasting my time here, hours after you posted your question, Jimmy, but it depends entirely on how YOU define "the West". During the Cold War, "the West" was those nations allied with the United States and Western Europe versus those aligned with ...

English
In context, yes, you were right. Out of context, the quotation could have easily meant something different.

English
If there is an advantage to being a woman AS OPPOSED TO BEING A MAN, it's that women don't want to make black women into Englishwomen? Why would a man want to make a black woman ("negress") into an Englishwoman? (As if she wasn't already?) White men find ...

English
I think there's a better answer.

critical thinking
I would think language is plausible, but I have not read your text materials. I have no idea what approach your text is taking, whose tenets are being followed.

critical thinking
Only American OPINIONS have value in an American election. She isn't saying her husband and friend are not persons of value. But I don't know that it is unacceptable by observation. It is a weak argument, but what are you observing to substantiate that is weak?

critical thinking
How can you reconcile the idea that the testimony of witnesses is infallible with this conclusion: ?? It being a general maxim, that no objects have any discoverable connexion together, and that all the inferences, which we can draw from one to another, are founded merely on ...

biology
Do you have choices? What does your text say?

English
If, after reading the story, you can't remember what Edna said to Adele (did she say she's leaving Leonce?), go back and re-read the scene to find out. And was Madamoiselle Reisz an outcast or wasn't she? After having read the story, what do you think?

english
What is mysterious about the book? Is it a mystery novel, or is something about it unknown? And I think that the book may APPEAL to readers by involving their emotions, or through the depictions of jealousy and hatred. "relate to"?

AP English Literature
Your questions about THE AWAKENING indicate that you have not read the book, or did not comprehend the story. Once you have read it, we'll try to help you clear up any confusions you have.

social studies
That's probably the best answer.

commercial law
http://www.bing.com/search?q=voetstoots%C2%A0clause&FORM=EDGNNC http://www.coursehero.com/file/p4n4h18/II-Dictum-et-promissum-There-are-five-types-of-statements-about-goods-a/

History
No, it's not B. Re-read your text materials, and/or read this. http://www.writing.upenn.edu/~afilreis/50s/menace-emerges.html

World History
1 - correct 2 - correct 3 - double-check your text. 4 - no 5 - correct 6 - correct 7 - correct 8 - correct 9 - correct 10- correct

World History
It is really quite amazing what you can learn if you read your text. I'll betcha all the answers to these questions are waiting there for you to find them, and much more!

English (check answer)
Since the presentation remains in the future, future tense is appropriate. Yes, "will depend".

Math
This is also fascinating in another way. I did not know that kangaroos can hop on lakes!

critical thinking
And, to add to what bobpursley wrote, who is doing the observation and how? What method of observation is being utilized?

philosophy-critical thinking
We've discussed this before. Is testimony or "reported" incident verifiable? I saw snakes in my living room. I swear I saw them! Is that verifiable? http://www.bing.com/search?q=reliability+of+testimony+as+verifiable&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=...

Histroy
I think you mean that some state laws are voted on by the people directly instead of enacted by the state legislature, and that judges in the state courts are elected. You would be correct in finding those to be different than the way things happen on the national level where ...

english
Have you read the play? If you have, you should know how Friar Lawrence influences the lovers and how his advice affects the outcome. You should be able to make some comparisons between Paris and Romeo. I do recommend you read the play. This may help: http://www.sparknotes.com...

Social Studies
C is the best answer out of the four, yes.

History
Yes, it stirred outrage about the conditions imposed on slaves.

History
Nope. Stop guessing and read your text materials.

History
No, not D.

English
I agree.

philosophy-critical thinking
I agree. :) Good work.

philosophy
I question whether "reported encounters" are verifiable.

Politics
I wish I knew more about the lesson at issue in this student's question. I was assuming that the question is about modern (post World War II) economies and states, not economic theories as espoused by theoreticians of the past (and/or present). The United States loudly ...

Politics
I think the term "capitalist state" is too broad and borders on the jingoistic, perhaps a leftover from the rhetoric of the Cold War.

Politics
http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/state%20capitalism

Politics
I think if you read these you will understand. "Capitalism" is defined as an economy in which the means of production are privately owned, not owned by the government. http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/capitalism Most modern, industrialized economies are a ...

Politics
The economic system supported by the government makes a state capitalist, socialist, communist, or whatever economic system subscribed to by that government.

Psychology
You won't know what applies to your perspective or question unless you start reading. If one article does not meet your need, move on to the next one until you find what you need.

Psychology
I don't know if any of these will help or not. The problem with relying on self-help books and web sites is that the information contained in them is generalized to a wide population. One's specific needs may not match what is generally good advice. Each person is an ...

English
Okay, is the laptop better than using a cell phone for homework? Why?

English
What device are you using to post this question? A smart phone, a pad-type device, a lap-top, a desk-top? What's the difference between the devices and how they are used? Should children be prevented from using any of these devices? How are smart phones different than ...

philosphy
For further reading, you might try one or more of these articles: http://www.bing.com/search?q=acceptable%2Funacceptable+premises+in+philosophy&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=f7392382afb348788cb1230e0f4f6c95&pq=acceptable%2Funacceptable+premises+in+philosophy&cc=US&setlang=en-US

philosophy
Did you reach a conclusion? Is the testimony acceptable or unacceptable? Does the testimony constitute objectively verifiable observation? I think you need to define what objective verification is.

Health Science
It's a group of diseases in which high blood sugar counts persist over a prolonged period of time. If your text materials do not discuss it, here are some articles that do: http://www.bing.com/search?q=%22What+is+diabetes+mellitus%3F&FORM=EDGNNC

English
http://www.bing.com/search?q=how+are+stereotypes+helpful&FORM=R5FD2

English
If your text materials attempt to deal with this topic, that's your first resource. Do some more reading here, but I'm not sure any of these articles will fully address the question of "why". http://www.bing.com/search?q=stereotypes+in+legends+and+fairy+tales...

History
I have no idea what those numbers are supposed to mean. Your text materials must explain them and provide some context for them.

Social Studies
I disagree. There is a much better answer. Whitman praised the diversity of people, each his or her own self, each unique and valuable.

social studies
How is selling cattle (ranching/farming) an industrial job? There's a better answer. A is wrong.

ELA
I agree with c for #2. I would make a different choice for #6.

ELA
I disagree with your second answer and your last answer. And lines 6 & 7 do not appeal to the sense of sight. Rethink.

history
As a tutor, I think your answer, B, is the best one.

english
I don't know what you mean. What, exactly, was Roger's "sin"? That he refused to make it known that he was Hester's husband, or that he was seeking revenge against Dimmesdale? And what was Dimmesdale's "sin"? That he fathered a child "...

English--quick question
http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/disbelief

social studies
I agree.

Social Studies
What quiz? I can't see it from here.

social studies
What order, when? During the Civil War, the Cold War, or just who can and can't be on a military base?

PE
What does your text say? I think C is not correct.

social studies
Nope. They've had free elections for many decades.

SS
http://www.bing.com/search?q=language+of+brazil&form=EDGEAR&qs=TPP&cvid=ff04bd17c7af496eaf3ce32d5c0b01ba&pq=language+of+brazil&cc=US&setlang=en-US

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