Posts by Reed

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How many beats are in a measure of 3/8 time?
You are correct. http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080405102628AAdGAQe

Digital Design
I still think you are mistaken on #1 and #3. What is meant by the word "environment"? The physical environment as in "Mother Nature", or the social environment? I don't know what your text intends.

Digital Design
I disagree on 1 and 3. Two of your answers to #2 are correct, the third is not (there are three correct choices, though). Restudy or rethink.

Social Studies
Porcelain is a specific type of pottery that originated in China. http://www.historyworld.net/wrldhis/PlainTextHistories.asp?historyid=ab98

Language Arts
And your answer is? I'll be glad to check it.

English
I disagree. http://www.learner.org/interactives/literature/read/pov2.html

English
I am too shorthand in the above. The predicate in the sentence, as you know, is "is". "To ride a bike" does modify place. "ride a bike" can be taken as the object of the preposition "to", a noun phrase describing an activity. "to ...

English
"to ride" is the verb. It modifies nothing. 1 and 2 mean the same. 3 doesn't really make sense. We may know what is meant, but the words "in order that we can" are really meaningless.

English
1, 3, and 4 mean the same thing.

Healthcare Management
I agree.

Healthcare Management
The precise meaning of these terms varies by author in this context (the dictionary definition doesn't, but how the word is used does). Your text is the best source to find the "correct" answer.

Health management
I also disagree. http://www.inc.com/guides/2010/11/how-to-run-a-brainstorming-session.html

English
I'm not sure we can say one line prompts the knight's "change", but that's as good as any to say it did.

Health
I agree.

English
One of my ancestors was on one of those ships and among the first settlers of Massachusetts Bay Colony.

English
I mistook the numbered list for your answers. I'm sorry. You are right about what these people wrote. Bradford was the leader of the Puritan flotilla of three ships and the passengers who landed at what is now Boston in 1630 and was instrumental in establishing the ...

English
Oh, I guess the numbered items are not your answers, but are your choices. So, what are your answers? We have one. And you are right about Mr. Equiano being a freed slave and Anne Bradsteet being a poet. William Bradford was definitely NOT a poet.

English
You're right about Mr. Jefferson, "revolutionary/protest writing". You are wrong about the other three.

ART please help!!
I can see triangles, rectangles, a cylinder... Yes, I think that's the best answer.

ART please help!!
I think the images are of recognizable shapes.

History
That would not be my answer. You've had two choices. We're not doing process of elimination. He objected to the fact that the Constitution did not include a bill of rights, and a provision about maritime rules. He was a delegate to the Convention that wrote the ...

History
Mason was not antifederalist at all. He objected to the lack of a bill of rights in the Constitution (and had a quarrel over navigation rights). He is said to be the "father of the Bill of Rights" for his advocacy.

History
No. Not C. I don't like any of these answers, but one is true.

ELA
B is correct: worms

Ela
What are you changing? Are you placing lead type in a different place, moving the caption on the paste-up, using Photoshop or PowerPoint? And what is your answer to the question? We can't check your answer unless we understand the question AND know what your answer is.

SS
I agree with b and c.

LA
And, please learn the difference between "their", "they're", and "there". The words sound the same, but they are not the same. "Their" is the possessive of "they", as in "The Smiths live in their own house," or &...

LA
What is the story about? Does Squeaky decide that winning is more important than anyone else, that it's all about herself and she doesn't care about anyone else? Or does she realize something different? That's the theme, if you can figure it out.

English
If you have read it, you should be able to answer the question. http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/754/02/

English
1 and 3 are correct. 2 is not. He was in an animal pen or a child's playpen when he wrote "in a pen"? We would properly say he wrote with the writing instrument (pen, pencil, etc.). To say he wrote "in" pen or pencil, etc., is less formal and more ...

English
As Writeacher already said, the pronoun, "it" or "which", can refer to the painting or the sadness. It's not very clear. I'd say the painting, the sadness, OR the blue colors. It really doesn't matter. The total effect of the blue colors, the ...

English
Writeacher is correct. Someone who draws, as in pen and ink, pencil, charcoal, or other media is considered an artist, but the word "drawer" would not be used.

English
An artist is anyone who engages in any of the arts, including music, painting, drawing, sculpture, drama, etc. art·ist [?ärd?st] NOUN a person who produces paintings or drawings as a profession or hobby. synonyms: designer · creator · originator &...

language arts
I agree with C.

Social studies
I disagree with your choice on #4. Do double-check.

Social Studies
You've had two guesses. I won't respond to this question again.

Social Studies
Think about it. If the Antifederalists were opposed to a strong central government, would they be opposed to the President having too much power?

Social Studies
I agree with C, NOT A! There is one more that applies, though.

ELA
What differences do you see? Both are boys, but the stories are quite different.

English
I have no idea. What are you reading, and have you read it?

Language Arts
Yes, 1 is B.

History
You're very welcome. :)

History
Yes. There were other steps along the way, but the order is correct in C.

History
No. Mexico did not become independent from Spain until 1820 or so. The Spanish were here first, before Mexico became a nation.

History
And your answer is? We'll be glad to check it. You must show your work. We will critique it.

Language Arts
You're welcome.

Language Arts
Yes! Good work. :)

Language Arts
1 and 3, yes. 2, no.

SS
What are your choices? What is your answer?

Geography
What about it?

Sociak
How was the present Constitution written and ratified? Was it according to the people's will and aspirations? What has changed since then? Your thoughts?

La
No, the post does not make sense as written. I am assuming this is an essay question, but it could be multiple choice. We have no way of knowing from this post. And how are we (us) involved in giving the piano?

La
Why do you think her mother gave her a piano? Your teacher doesn't want to know what I think, the teacher wants to know what you think. Read or re-read the story and look for hints/reasons why the mother does what she does.

Biology
http://www.britannica.com/science/Paramecium

Language arts
Marissa, this is your assignment. We are not going to do it for you.

Language Arts
What are you confused about? Did Mr. Peters' wishes please the king? Did he make good use of his wishes, in the king's eyes? Find two or three examples from the story to illustrate your conclusion.

graphic design please help
May I suggest that any good graphic design has to have ONE focus that the viewer can grasp and understand on some level (emotional or intellectual) at a glance. The design may serve several purposes, such as building trust in a brand, eliciting sympathy for a cause, selling a ...

Math
Are you also studying Chopin's music? The name of your school is not the subject you are taking.

philosophy
Think this through. If A (and B) are true, hence: ???

Art
Design and art may or may not be synonymous. I think art is something else. But, again, your text has the only answer(s) that will be considered correct, so go with it.

Art
http://www.bing.com/search?q=purposes+of+art&form=EDGSPH&mkt=en-us&httpsmsn=1&refig=540d5acbfddc47e083b7e2ad171a8298

Art
I think opinions may vary. What does your text say? That will be the only "correct" answer - what the teacher/text author think. Some say there are five purposes: https://www.bing.com/search?q=purposes+of+art&form=EDGSPH&mkt=en-us&httpsmsn=1&refig=...

SS
I don't assume anything about a map I can't see. What does it show, Alexa?

language arts
I have no idea what your school program requires. I recommend you read the materials provided to find out.

Legislation
What is your question about this assignment?

world history
I think D may not be one of the three answers you need. We do not know that the ancient cultures that built mounds were into organized sports. Read lots and let us know what you think https://www.bing.com/search?q=mound+builders+in+norh+america&form=EDGSPH&mkt=en-us&httpsmsn=1...

Graphic Design
And your choice is? I'm sure your text materials explain these four terms. If not, you should "google" them to find out what they mean.

English
It refers to what the people on TV, in red costumes, are doing. They are having a festival celebrating tomatoes. One could also write/say that the people on TV are having a festival, but "it" is the festival.

English
No. An appositive would be, "A famous man, William, had a chance..." http://www.grammar-monster.com/glossary/appositive_apposition.htm

Fine Art
This should get you started. http://www.bing.com/search?q=feudalism+in+the+middle+ages&FORM=QSRE3&ajf=70 I'll give you one hint of things to look for: both monasteries and convents had to have permission and were required to pay taxes (in some form) to the King or regional...

Fine Art
What does this have to do with fine art? To learn more about feudalism and monasticism, "google" both words and read lots. I'm not sure the two things are similar, but see what you can find and what conclusions YOU can draw.

life orientation
"Anonymous" is correct, as far as he/she goes. Improper disposal of garbage, industrial waste, etc., is what leads to pollution. Improper disposal is the result of what Ms. Sue said.

Career Counseling
Even in a career that may not change very much over the years, sometimes people want to change. Teachers may "burn out", nurses may want a less stressful career after years of doing it. In my own family, an uncle wanted to be a mortician. He went to mortuary school, ...

Career Counseling
(chuckle) Perhaps Lencho did not like my comments. As to preparing for a single career, it is true that some careers won't change over the decades. Careers in medicine, teaching, etc., even politics, don't go out of style or change substantially. Others become obsolete...

Career Counseling
1. It seems to me that the t/f statement is just another way of saying what Super wrote. That would make it true, not false. 2. That may be true in Super's view. The fact is that most people will change careers at least once or twice in a 40-year span of "work life&...

English
In the U.S., "minus" is much more commonly used when referring to temperature. We might also say, "It's eighteen degrees below zero."

English
Well, although all four ways of saying it might be intended to mean the same thing, they could be interpreted differently. If you are speaking instead of Mr. Frank, perhaps you are speaking for yourself, not Mr. Frank. If you are speaking "on behalf" of Mr. Frank, ...

English
Yes, they all mean the same thing. We would use #3 most often, though.

social studies
I have no idea what your text materials say on this topic, especially how sexual offenses are different than other criminal activity. My best advice is to study your text materials and your class notes very carefully. Then, if you have more specific questions, perhaps we can ...

english
I have no idea what this question means. What is APA? American Psychological Association or some other APA? And what is covered? The style guide, the official diagnoses matrix? What? If it's the style guide, there are others that are alternatives. But I have no idea what ...

leadership and professional development
So, excellence in customer service, product quality, etc., might be something to strive for?

leadership and professional development
Let's use another example. If a company puts out a crappy video game, who would buy it?

s.s
Now you learned two things. Where the mound builders lived, and where the Ohio River and the State of Ohio are, at least vaguely. :)

s.s
The Ohio River flows from Pittsburgh, PA to Cairo, IL. Is that in Central Mexico, the Pacific Northwest, the southwest? Where is it? Have you ever seen a map of North America? If not, you can google one and find the Ohio River if you don't know where it is.

s.s
Where is the Ohio River?

s.s
In what part of North America is Ohio? The southwest, northwest, central Mexico, or eastern region?

English
I'm sure you can think of something. How about the comparative benefits and drawbacks of urban and rural living? Small towns versus big cities? Voluntary charity versus the "social safety net" provided through mandatory taxation? How about zoning laws that ...

English
My response is the same as before. Until you show some effort on your own, there's nothing we can do for you. We will not do your homework for you. The idea is for YOU to think.

S.S
Yes, he was, as well as being the most famous. :)

S.S
Was he the man who led the conquest of the Song Dynasty? Or just the most famous?

S.S
http://www.mainlesson.com/display.php?author=griffis&book=china&story=invaded

English
Make an effort. Then we can react to your ideas. We are not going to do your homework for you. That is cheating.

English
Regardless of the work this excerpt comes from, I think the cinematographer's intent is quite clear. YOUR assignment is to identify lines that make it clear. We can't do it for you. When you have some ideas, come back and we can discuss them.

Language Arts
I agree. Good work.

Reading
Yes, baloney to the idea you're ten helping your cousin. Let your cousin post her own questions, then. Sheesh.

Reading
Here, you have not indicated what your answer is, either. We won't figure it out for you. That's your job. We'll check your answer.

human nutrition/math
If there are 140 kcalories in 11 chips, how many are in one chip. Divide 140 by 11. Then, how many kcalories are in 25 chips?

Math
I've never heard of a school subject called rio mesa. Can you explain to me what you study in that class?

evaluate
Evaluate what? e·val·u·ate [??valy??w?t] VERB form an idea of the amount, number, or value of; assess: "when you evaluate any hammer, look for precision machining" · [more] synonyms: assess · judge · gauge · rate &...

English
None are improper grammar as far as I can see. #1 is by far the best written, though. The others are just awkward. #4 is one I would not use at all. The preposition "to" is implied, but not stated ("to me"), so it's even more awkward. #2 is also ...

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