Posts by Victoria

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  1. Social Studies (Check, Please!)

    Will someone help me with the first two questions and then check the rest? 1. What were two causes and effects of the economic boom of the 1950s? A: ? 2. How did the television industry affect the U.S. economy? A: ? 3. Describe how and why the suburbs became popular places to ...
  2. Help Me!

    Someone help me!
  3. Social Studies (Check, Please!)

    Will someone help me with the first two questions and then check the rest? 1. What were two causes and effects of the economic boom of the 1950s? A: ? 2. How did the television industry affect the U.S. economy? A: ? 3. Describe how and why the suburbs became popular places to...
  4. Short Story

    Can a person use free-verse format in a short story?
  5. Social Studies (Check, Please!)

    My source is my textbook.
  6. Social Studies (Check, Please!)

    Why did Truman veto the Taft-Hartley Act? A: President Truman vetoed the Taft-Hartley Act because he believed it would "revise the basic direction of our national labor policy, inject the government into private economic affairs on an unprecedented scale, and conflict ...
  7. Social Studies (Check, Please!)

    1. In what ways did the Taft-Hartly Act hurt labor unions? A: The Taft-Hartley Act hurt labor unions in many ways. First, it outlawed the closed shop, of the practice of forcing business owners to hire only union members. Secondly, it outlawed Union shops (shops in which new ...
  8. Social Studies (Check)

    Are they correct?
  9. Social Studies (Check)

    1. In what ways did the Taft-Hartly Act hurt labor unions? A: The Taft-Hartley Act hurt labor unions in many ways. First, it outlawed the closed shop, of the practice of forcing business owners to hire only union members. Secondly, it outlawed Union shops (shops in which new ...
  10. Math

    A rectangular gareden has a width of 90 feet. The perimeter is 500 feet. What is the length of the garden
  11. math

    Carl has three lengths of cable,5/6 yard long,1/4 yard long,and 2/3 yard long.He needs at least 1 yard of cable.which two pieces together make a length at least 1 yard and closest to 1 yard?
  12. Help plz!

    write the equivalent rate. 12km/1h = ?m/1 h
  13. Algebra

    Plz help me, its my last question
  14. U.S. History

    What were the effects of McCarthyism?
  15. U.S. History

    How did the Cold War affect life in the 1950s?
  16. Social Studies (Check, Please!)

    1. What were the effects of the new Red Scare on federal employees? A: The new Red Scare forced federal employees to undergo stricter screenings and termination if they were suspected of being disloyal. 2. What was President Eisenhower's "new look" for the ...
  17. Social Studies (Check, Please!)

    1. Why does Truman believe that communism is not a danger to the United States? A: Truman believes that communism is not a danger to the United States because he believes that the country is strong enough to resist and overcome all forces of communism. 2. Why does Whittaker ...
  18. Social Studies (Check, Please!)

    Thank you. (:
  19. Social Studies (Check, Please!)

    Will you check my other answers, please?
  20. Social Studies (Check, Please!)

    With that policy is John Foster Dulles associated with? A: John Foster Dulles is associated with brinkmanship—the willingness to go to the brink of war to force the other side to back down.
  21. Social Studies (Check, Please!)

    How did televising the Army-McCarthy hearings in 1954 affect McCarthyism? A: Televising the hearings negatively affected McCarthyism’s popular support, for many saw McCarthyism as bullying.
  22. U.S. History (Check, Please!)

    What was the significance of the Soviet Union's launching of Sputnik in 1957? A: The Soviet Unions's launching of Sputnik in 1957 led Congress to create the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to coordinate research in rock science and space ...
  23. U.S. History (Check, Please!)

    Thank you so much, Reed! I couldn't have answered this question without your help! :D
  24. U.S. History (Check, Please!)

    Okay. Am I correct, though?
  25. U.S. History (Check, Please!)

    Is this correct? While Americans were enjoying postwar prosperity and optimism, McCarthyism and the Red Scare caused American society and the government to fear Communists inside the United States while fearing an atomic attack from the Soviet Union. As a result, the president...
  26. U.S. History (Check, Please!)

    So how should I write my answer to this question?
  27. U.S. History (Check, Please!)

    I don't understand! Americans associated Communism with the Soviet Union. And an surprise Soviet attack was one of the things that American society and government feared. So why is my answer incorrect?
  28. U.S. History (Check, Please!)

    They were to protect ourselves from an atomic attack.
  29. U.S. History (Check, Please!)

    I am beyond confused now. ): Will you please just tell me what it is that I need to change in my answer? I'm sorry, but I don't understand the point you're trying to get across.
  30. U.S. History (Check, Please!)

    So should I just include subversives in my answer? "While Americans were enjoying postwar prosperity and optimism, McCarthyism and the Red Scare caused society and government to fear Communism, subversives, and an atomic attack. As a result, government officials led witch...
  31. U.S. History (Check, Please!)

    Okay, then how do you suppose I should change my answer? Because I am becoming confused with all the information you're throwing at me.
  32. U.S. History (Check, Please!)

    Okay, then both McCarthyism and the Red Scare led people to fear Communism. But because they feared Communism, they also feared a surprise atomic attack from the Soviets.
  33. U.S. History (Check, Please!)

    I did not state that McCarthyism focused on nuclear war. I said, as I quote, "McCarthyism and THE RED SCARE caused society and government to fear Communism and an atomic attack."
  34. U.S. History (Check, Please!)

    While Americans were enjoying postwar prosperity and optimism, McCarthyism and the Red Scare caused society and government to fear Communism and an atomic attack. As a result, government officials led witch hunts, schools set aside special areas as bomb shelters and practiced ...
  35. U.S. History (Check, Please!)

    How did McCarthyism and the Red Scare change American society and government? A: While Americans were enjoying postwar prosperity and optimism, McCarthyism and the Red Scare caused society and government to fear Communism and an atomic attack. As a result, government officials...
  36. English (Please, Help!)

    I don't understand. ):
  37. English (Please, Help!)

    I am clueless as to what the following question's answer is. The Puritans founded Harvard College at Newtowne in 1636. Three years later, they renamed the city of Cambridge to honor the British city where many of the colonists had studied. What does this fact reveal about ...
  38. English (Check My Answer, Please!)

    My Answer: Puritans believed that writing was meant for teaching their religious values, such as the importance of the church and the influence of God in their lives. They did not believe literature was for entertainment. Therefore, they regarded fiction and drama as sinful.
  39. English

    Why did the Puritans regard fiction and drama as sinful?
  40. Chemistry

    Consider the decomposition reaction of the following represented hydrogen peroxide: 2 H2O2 (aq) = 2 H2O + O2 In the experiment, the average speed of this reaction given time interval was 16 mol • s-¹ in relation to hydrogen peroxide. What is the average speed ...
  41. Social Studies

    What were the effects of McCarthyism?
  42. Social Studies (Check, Please!)

    1. What was the purpose of the loyalty reivew boards and HUAC? A: The purpose of the loyalty review boards and HUAC was to catch Communists or spies for the Soviet Union within the United States. 2. How did the Cold War affect life in the 1950s? A: The Cold War had a massive ...
  43. Short Story Ideas

    I need short story ideas. I have to write a short story for my Creative Writing class, but every idea I've brainstormed has turned out awful. I wanted to write a tear-jerker or something emotional, but I am not certain anymore. Thus, I am open to suggestions.
  44. math

    Suppose you obtain a $1,300 T-note with a 9% annual rate, paid monthly, with maturity in 6 years. How much interest will be paid to you each month?
  45. math

    A loan company charges $20 interest for a two-month loan of $325. Find the annual interest rate (APR) they are charging. Round your answer to the nearest tenth of a percent.
  46. Math

    You deposit $10,000 in an account earning 5% interest, compounded semi-monthly (twice a month). You plan to leave the account untouched for 25 years. How much interest will you earn over the 25 years? Round your answer to the nearest cent.
  47. Math

    Suppose you are looking to buy a $10,000 face value 13-week T-bill. If you want to earn at least 4% annual interest, what is the most you should pay for the bill? Round your answer to the nearest penny.
  48. math

    1. There are many ways to describe relations and function. Consider the relation shown as a set of ordered pairs: {(2,3),( −1,5),(4,3),(0,5),(3, −2)} a. Describe this relation in three different ways:
  49. U.S. History (Ms. Sue) (Check, Please!)

    1. Why did U.S. leaders promote both international trade and free enterprise? A: U.S. leaders believed economic growth through both international trade and free enterprise was the key to world peace and the best route to prosperity. 2. What did the Allies decide at Yalta? A: ...
  50. Are there any Biology teachers that could help me?

    Are there any Biology teachers that could check my answers for me?
  51. Math

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  52. Social Studies (Check, Please!) (Ms. Sue)

    Should I only use the term "hopped" in my first answer?
  53. Social Studies (Check, Please!) (Ms. Sue)

    1. What strategy did the United States Navy use to advance across the Pacific? A: To advance across the Pacific, the United States Navy hopped to an Japan-controlled island, captured it, and then leaped to another and repeated the process. 2. Explain why D-Day's success ...
  54. U.S. History (Check, Please!) (Ms. Sue)

    1. What strategy did the United States Navy use to advance across the Pacific? A: To advance across the Pacific, the United States Navy hopped from one island to another. 2. Explain why D-Day's success was so vital to an Allied victory. A: D-Day's success was extremely...
  55. U.S. History (Check, Please!) (Ms. Sue)

    Thank you. :)
  56. U.S. History (Check, Please!) (Ms. Sue)

    1. What two major decisions did the Allies make at Casablanca? A: At Casablanca, the Allies decided to increase the bombing of Germany and attack the Axis on the island of Sicily. 2. What conditions had to be met before Eisenhower could order D-Day to begin? A: Before ...
  57. Statistics

    Will somebody help me find statistics on the spread of AIDS from its discovery to the present time?
  58. Statistics

    Will somebody help me find statistics on the spread of AIDS from its discovery to the present?
  59. Social Studies (Check, Please!) (Ms. Sue)

    What was the Doolittle Raid and why was it so important? A: The Doolittle Raid was the first air raid on Japan in 1942, during World War II. Among several selected targets was the Japanese capital, Tokyo. This raid was so important because it provided an instant boost to ...
  60. Social Studies (Check, Please!) (Ms. Sue)

    How did the food served at the camp show a lack of understanding of Japanese culture? A: The food served at the internment camp were canned Vienna sausage, canned string beans, streamed rice that had been cooked too long, and on top of the rice a serving of canned apricots. ...
  61. Social Studies (Check, Please!) (Ms. Sue)

    Why did racism lead to violence in Detroit and Los Angeles in 1943? A: Many Americans considered the long, baggy zoot suit worn by some Mexican American teenagers unpatriotic. Riots erupted in Los Angeles in June of 1943 after it was rumored that "zoot suiters" had ...
  62. U.S. History (Ms. Sue) (Check, Please!)

    How did rationing affect daily life in the United States? How did it affect the economy? A: Rationing deeply affected daily life in the United States. People were given ration books and had to use coupons to purchase food and items such as coffee and sugar. People also couldn...
  63. U.S. History (Ms. Sue) (Help!)

    I don't know how to answer the following two questions. No matter what I read, I cannot figure out how to what to write. Please, help me! 1. Why did racism lead to violence in Detroit and Los Angeles in 1943? 2. How did rationing affect daily life in the United States? How...
  64. U.S. History (Ms. Sue)

    1. How did mobilizing the economy help end the Depression? A: Mobilizing the economy helped end the Depression as it created almost 19 million new jobs and nearly doubled the average family's income. 2. What changes did American citizens and industry have to make to adapt ...
  65. Ms. Sue?

    Will you help me?
  66. Social Studies

    This doesn't exactly help me.
  67. Social Studies

    Why did racism lead to violence in Detroit and Los Angeles in 1943?
  68. Social Studies (Check, Please!) (Ms. Sue)

    1. How did the Battle at Stalingrad change the fate of the Allies and the momentum of the war? A: The Battle at Stalingrad gave the Allies an important win and improved the morale of the people. The battle changed the momentum of the war as it was a major turning point, ...
  69. Social Studies (Check, Please!) (Ms. Sue)

    Thank you. (:
  70. Social Studies (Check, Please!) (Ms. Sue)

    1. How did the status of women and African Americans in the armed forces change during the war? A: In World War I, women were barred from combat. Many jobs available to women in the army were administrative or clerical. This all changed during World War II. Women were able to ...
  71. Social Studies (Ms. Sue)

    I know you already provided a website link for me, but I still don't know how to answer the following question. How did the policy of appeasement affect France and Great Britain? (This was preceding World War II, in which the two countries agreed to Hitler's demands.)
  72. Social Studies (Check, Please!) (Ms. Sue)

    1. How did the Lend-Lease Act help the Allied war effort? A: The Lend-Lease enabled the United States to lend or lease more than $40 billion in weapons, vehicles, and other supplies to those involved in the Allied war effort. 2. What government policies helped American ...
  73. Social Studies (Check, Please!)

    I think my answer is correct, but I'm not sure. How did the Lend-Lease Act help the Allied war effort? A: The Lend-Lease enabled the United States to lend or lease more than $40 billion in weapons, vehicles, and other supplies to those involved in the Allied war effort.
  74. Social Studies (Check, Please!)

    Yes?
  75. Social Studies (Check, Please!)

    Is my answer for #2 correct?
  76. Ms. Sue? (Oops, My Bad)

    I accidentally typed your name into the first name box. I'm sorry.
  77. Social Studies (Check, Please!)

    1. After Roosevelt made the destroyers-for-bases deal with Britian, some Americans called him a dictator. Do you think Roosevelt was right or wrong in his actions? A: I think Roosevelt was right in his actions because he was only defending his country and trying to do what he ...
  78. Social Studies (Check, Please!)

    Why was the United States unprepared for Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor? A: The United States was unprepared for Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor because Hawaii was not mentioned as a possible target in the war warning that American commanders at the Pearl Harbor naval ...
  79. Social Studies (Check, Please!)

    Why did Roosevelt win an unprecedented third term in office? A: Roosevelt won an unprecedented third term in office because the voters preferred to stick with a president they knew during this crisis period.
  80. Social Studies (Check, Please!)

    1. What were three reasons European leaders agreed to a policy of appeasement? A: European leaders agreed to a policy of appeasement for three reasons: First, the memory of World War I made many leaders fearful of another bloody conflict. Second, some though Hitler's ...
  81. Social Studies (Check, Please!)

    What methods did Hitler use to try to exterminate Europe's Jewish population? A: Hitler used multiple methods to try to exterminate Europe's Jewish population. One method consisted of rounding up Jews, Gypsies, and Slavs from conquered areas, shooting them, and piling ...
  82. Social Studies

    The one in which France and Great Britain agreed to Hitler's demands.
  83. Social Studies

    The policy of appeasement preceding World War II, in 1938.
  84. Social Studies

    How did the policy of appeasement affect France and Great Britain?
  85. Business

    At an activity level of 8,800 units, Pember Corporation's total variable cost is $146,520 and its total fixed cost is $219,296. For the activity level of 8,900 units, compute the following values. Required: A. The total variable cost B. The total cost C. The average ...
  86. Social Studies (Check, Please!)

    1. What campaign issues led to Herbert Hoover's election to the presidency? A: Prohibition, religious values, and economic prosperity led to Herbert Hoover's election to the presidency. 2. What was the stock market like in the in the 1920s? A: In the 1920s, the stock ...
  87. Social Studies

    No, but I thought you might be able to help me by providing me with some of the ideas. Will you check my answers in my other posts?
  88. Social Studies

    How would you compare the ideas of entertainment today with the 1930s?
  89. Social Studies

    A part of my answer is not in my own words. I fully intend to write it in my own words, though. It just takes me a little while to formulate the my own answer, and I know you are going to log off soon.
  90. Social Studies

    Will you check my answers in my other posts, Ms. Sue?
  91. Social Studies

    Okay. So the answer is... The practice of buying on margin allowed people to leverage their cash to as much as ten times the amount, with a loan from their broker. It allowrd for more money to flow into the stock market, causing individual stocks to rise. The practice of ...
  92. Social Studies

    Buying on margin is borrowing money from a broker to purchase stock. Buying on speculation is taking risks and throwing caution to the wind by investing in stocks, in hopes that the market would continue to rise.
  93. Social Studies

    How did the practices of buying on margin and speculation cause the stock market to rise?
  94. Social Studies (Check, Please!)

    1. Why did Hoover oppose the federal government's participation in relief programs? A: Hoover opposed the federal government's participation in relief programs because he believed that only state and city governments should dispense relief. 2. How did Americans react ...
  95. Ms. Sue

    Will you check my answers, Ms. Sue?
  96. Social Studies (Check, Please!)

    1. What campaign issues led to Herbert Hoover's election to the presidency? A: Prohibition, religious values, and economic prosperity led to Herbert Hoover's election to the presidency. 2. What was the stock market like in the in the 1920s? A: In the 1920s, the stock ...
  97. Social Studies

    How did the decline in worldwide trade contribute to the Depression?
  98. Science

    I haven't learned much at all.
  99. Science

    What are two instances in which technology has caused the growth rate of the human population to increase?
  100. Science

    How does the release of certain nutrients into a lake harm the lake?
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