Posts by Victoria

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  1. World History (Ms. Sue)

    By declaring war on France, Schlieffen Plan contributed to the outbreak of World War I as Germany brought Great Britain into the war.
  2. World History (Ms. Sue)

    How did the Schlieffen Plan contribute to the outbreak of World War I?
  3. Geometry

    Two standard number cubes are thrown simultaneously. What is the probability that the combined result of the two cubes is exactly 7, or that it is less than (but not equal to) 6? Round answer to the nearest thousandth
  4. World History (Ms. Sue)

    How was Japan's government structured under the Meiji constitution?
  5. Grammar Answer Check

    2. I suppressed my longing by gorging myself with frozen yogurt.
  6. Grammar Answer Check

    2. My longing has blinded me.
  7. Grammar Answer Check

    1. (Use the gerund trembling as a object of a preposition.) A: My body perspires heavily instead of trembling. 2. (Use the gerund longing as a direct object.) A: My longing makes my heart ache.
  8. World History Answer Check (Ms. Sue)

    1. Why were there rebellions in China after General Yuan Shigai become president? A: There were rebellions in China after General Yuan Shigai became president because Yuan's dictorial ways and efforts led to conflict with Su Yat-sen's Nationalist Party. 2. What effects...
  9. Grammar Answer Check

    4. My longing makes my heart ache. 3. My body perspires heavily instead of trembling.
  10. Grammar Answer Check

    Direct object?
  11. Grammar Answer Check

    The balm, his [singing], soaked in through my roots and flowed to the tips of my branches. -- indirect object?
  12. World History Answer Check (Ms. Sue)

    1. What were some of the difficulties faced by the new Latin American republics? A: Some of the difficulties faced by the new Latin American republics were the domination of society by the landed elites and persistent inequality. Large estates remained a way of life in Latin ...
  13. Grammar Answer Check

    4. My longing makes my heart ache. 3. My body perspires heavily instead of trembling.
  14. Grammar Answer Check

    Follow the directions in parentheses to write four sentences with gerunds. 1. (Use the gerund singing as a predicate nominative.) A: My favorite activity is singing. 2. (Use the gerund dancing as a subject.) A: The girl's dancing forced us to our feet. 3. (Use the gerund ...
  15. Grammar Answer Check

    Underline the gerund in each setences ([]). Then, on the line provided, identify its functions in the sentence. Write subject, predicate nominative, direct object, indirect object, object of a preposition, or appositive. 1. When the rippling began, I took it for sea-wind, [...
  16. Grammar

    Which sentence is correct? "However, Gene lies greatly, and often to himself." or... "However, Gene lies greatly and often to himself."
  17. math problem

    Adam, Sam, and Eddie have to meet their boss at 3:00 in the office 9 miles apart from their home, and they must be arrive in time for the appointment. Adam had a bicycle, Sam had a skateboard,and Harry had no transport. So they have to share. so they left the house together. ...
  18. 5th grade math problem

    6mph/9mile+10mph/9mile+16mph/9mile= 3.6mph/mile. im still confuse
  19. 5th grade math problem

    Adam, Sam, and Eddie have to meet their boss at 3:00 in the office 9 miles apart from their home, and they must be arrive in time for the appointment. Adam had a bicycle, Sam had a skateboard,and Harry had no transport. So they have to share. so they left the house together. ...
  20. geometry

    Find the approximate surface-area-to-volume ratio of the Moon. The radius of the Moon is 1,080 miles
  21. Grammar

    Thank you! :)
  22. Grammar

    Combine the pair of sentences by using an appositive. 1. Mrs. Gage uncovered long rolls of yellow stones. They were an amazing sight. A: Mrs. Gage uncovered long rolls of yellow stones, an amazing sight.
  23. Persuasive Essay (Please, help me!)

    Please, help me! I'm struggling to write my persuasive essay that must be completed by tonight. I don't know know whether that which I have written makes sense. I don't know what else to write, either! My essay is about why high school students should be exempt ...
  24. Grammar

    Should I put commas before and after the film title in this sentence, too? "The multiple Academy Award-winning, biographical epic, Gandhi, is an intriguing story about activism, politics, religious tolerance, and freedom."
  25. Grammar

    Never mind. I won't put the title of the film in all capital letters.
  26. Grammar

    The movie title is spelled in all capital letters, though.
  27. Grammar

    What do you think? "Overall, the historical epic GANDHI was a riveting, biographical masterpiece of a man who rose from a simple lawyer and turned into a worldwide symbol of peace and understanding. It is an epic film that is worthy of its multiple Academy Awards and ...
  28. Grammar

    Am I using the semicolon correctly in the sentence below? "Overall, the historical epic GANDHI was a riveting, biographical masterpiece of a man who rose from being a simple lawyer and transformed into a worldwide symbol of peace and understanding; an epic film that is ...
  29. World History (Ms. Sue)

    Explain why the British were interested in East Africa. What other countries claimed parts of East Africa? A: The British were interest in East Africa for strategic reasons--East Africa lay between the two British-controlled areas of South Africa and Egypt. However, besides ...
  30. World History (Ms. Sue)

    I'm only guessing. I don't have much of an idea. What fears do we have today that prevent or inhibit exploration or research? What technological advance would be required to overcome those fears? A: Fears of failure, disease, and losing resources are that which prevent...
  31. World History (Ms. Sue)

    Are these values also suitable?
  32. World History (I Changed My Answer)

    2. Quotes lines in Rudyard Kipling's poem that reflects his view of colonized peoples. What values did Kipling assume his readers shared with him? A: The lines "new-caught sullen peoples" and "half-devil and half-child" reflect Rudyard Kipling's ...
  33. World History (Ms. Sue)

    Does my answer require any improvements? :/
  34. World History (Ms. Sue)

    How did the French system of colonial rule differ from that of Great Britain? A: The French system of colonial rule differed from that of Great Britain in several ways. In Great Britain, the colonial rule was indirect, keeping the old African elite in power and sowing the ...
  35. World History (Ms. Sue)

    What fears do we have today that prevent or inhibit exploration or research? What technological advance would be required to overcome those fears?
  36. World History (Ms. Sue)

    Why were many African intellectuals frustrated by colonial policy? A: Many African intellectuals were frustrated because they recognized the gap between theory and practice in colonial policy. Westerns had exalted democracy, equality, and politic freedom but did not apply ...
  37. World History (Ms. Sue)

    2. The lines "new-caught sullen peoples" and "half-devil and half-child" reflect Rudyard Kipling's view of colonized peoples. He assumed that his readers shared the values of equality, care, and humanity with him.
  38. World History (Ms. Sue)

    "It is [the Africans] who carry the 'Black man's burden...' In hewing out for himself a fixed abode in Africa, the white man has massacred the African in heaps...What the partial occupation of his soil by the white man has failed do; ...what the [machine gun] ...
  39. World History (Ms. Sue)

    What role did African representatives at at the Berlin Conference? A: African representatives did not play a role at the Berlin Conference since no African delegates were present.
  40. World History (Ms. Sue)

    Yes. A: The French system of colonial rule differed from that of Great Britain in many ways. In Great Britain, the colonial rule was indirect, keeping the old African elite in power and sowing the seeds for class and tribal tensions. In contrast, the French system of colonial ...
  41. World History (Ms. Sue)

    A: The French system of colonial rule differed from that of Great Britain in many ways. In Great Britain, the system was basically a fraud because British administrators made all major decisions. The colonial rule in Great Britain was also indirect, keeping the old African ...
  42. World History (Ms. Sue)

    Didn't the French and British rule in different ways?
  43. World History (Ms. Sue)

    The French system of colonial rule must have differed from that of Great Britain in some way.
  44. World History (Ms. Sue)

    Am I correct?
  45. World History (Ms. Sue)

    I don't understand my mistake.
  46. World History (Ms. Sue)

    How did the French system of colonial rule differ from that of Great Britain? A: The French system of colonial rule differed from that of Great Britain in many ways. In Great Britain, the system was basically a fraud because British administrators made all major decisions. The...
  47. World History

    How was the rule of the British in Burma similar to or different from the rule of the French in Vietnam?
  48. World History Answer Check (Ms. Sue)

    A: The terms " unconscious" and "repression" are used in this theory as it consists of painful or unsettling events being repressed, or hidden, in a person's unconscious state of mind.
  49. World History Answer Check (Ms. Sue)

    Explain how the terms "unconscious" and "repression" are used in Freud's theory. A: The terms " unconscious" and "repression" are used in this theory as it consists of painful or unsettling events being repressed in a person's ...
  50. World History (Ms. Sue)

    The terms " unconscious" and "repression" are used in this theory as it consists of painful or unsettling events being repressed in a person's unconscious state of mind.
  51. World History (Ms. Sue)

    Explain how the terms "unconscious" and "repression" are used in Freud's theory. I'm still not sure how to explain how these terms are used in Freud's theory.
  52. World History (Ms. Sue)

    I'm actually supposed to summarize this. A: According to Freud, behavior and personality derives from painful or unsettling events that are often repressed, or hidden from our conscious awareness, in childhood.
  53. World History (Ms. Sue)

    What is Freud's theory of the human unconscious? A: According to Freud, behavior and personality is strongly determined by past experiences and mental forces of which people are largely unaware. He argued that when painful or unsettling things happen, they are often ...
  54. World History (Ms. Sue)

    I'm still not sure how to explain how these terms are used in Freud's theory.
  55. World History (Ms. Sue)

    Explain how the terms "unconscious" and "repression" are used in Freud's theory.
  56. World History (Ms. Sue)

    Should I include the ancient Greeks as a civilization as well?
  57. World History (Ms. Sue)

    Which earlier civilizations practiced direct democracy? A: The ancient Athens practiced direct democracy.
  58. World History (Ms. Sue)

    A: A constitutional monarchy and a republic are similar as they have constitutions. However , these two differ as they are set up in different ways. For example, a constitutional monarchy has a king or queen who is the head of state, while a prime minister serves as the head ...
  59. World History (Ms. Sue)

    After reading this, I'm not sure what I meant, either. I'm just struggling to find the similaries and differences between constitutional monarchies and republics.
  60. World History (Ms. Sue)

    A: A constitutional monarchy and a republic are similar as they have constitutions. However, these two differ because a constitutional monarchy controls head of state, while a republic controls government. These forms of government also differ as they were each practiced in ...
  61. World History (Ms. Sue)

    How are a constitutional monarchy and a republic similar? How do they differ? A: A constitutional monarchy and a republic are similar as they have constitutions. However, these two differ because a constitutional monarchy controls head of state, while a republic controls ...
  62. World History (Ms. Sue)

    Identify changes that resulted from the Second Industrial Revolution, and then briefly summarize them in a chart, list, or paragraph. These aren't all of my changes that I've identified. I just wanted to know whether I'm correct with the changes that I've ...
  63. World History (Ms. Sue)

    What are the changes that resulted from the Second Industrial Revolution?
  64. World History (Ms. Sue)

    "Behind the purdah in India, in the harems of Mohammedanism, behind veils and barred doors and closed sedan chairs, there has been rebellion in the hearts of women all down the centuries....We spoke with many women all over the East who had never heard of a 'women'...
  65. Math

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  66. World History (Ms. Sue)

    A: Pankhurst means that men have a representative government because they are represented by the government and are allowed to vote, while women live under a despotic government since they do not have the same rights and representation by the government of Great Britain.
  67. World History (Ms. Sue)

    A: Pankhurst means that men have a representative government because they are represented by the government and are allowed to vote. Women, however, live under a despotic government because they are not allowed to vote and are not represented by the government of Great Britain.
  68. World History (Ms. Sue)

    What does Pankhurst mean when she says a representative government exists for men in Great Britain, while women live under a despotic government? A: Pankhurst means that men have a representative government because they are represented by the government and are allowed to vote...
  69. World History (Ms. Sue)

    A: I think England had a stronger democracy at the end of the nineteenth century. By 1870, England, or Great Britain, had long had a working two-party parliamentary system. In 1900, a new party---the Labour Party, which dedicated itself to the interests of workers--also ...
  70. World History (Ms. Sue)

    Which country do you think had a stronger democracy at the end of the nineteenth century, France or England? Why? A: I think England had a stronger democracy at the end of the nineteenth century. By 1870, England, or Great Britain, had long had a working two-party ...
  71. World History (Ms. Sue)

    I think England had a stronger democracy at the end of the nineteenth century, but I'm not sure why.
  72. World History (Ms. Sue)

    I don't have the slightest clue.
  73. World History (Ms. Sue)

    Which country do you think had a stronger democracy at the end of the nineteenth century, France or England? Why?
  74. Biology

    If at noon today someone has 1 E. coli cell, in their gut/large intestine, and E. Coli does binary fission, in unison each thirty minutes, how many will one have in their gut at 11:55 A.M. tomorrow? (five minutes short of a whole day) I'm confused on how to begin setting ...
  75. World History (Ms. Sue)

    Why did some Jews feel they needed their own nation?
  76. World History Answer Check (Ms. Sue)

    1. What is the principle of minsterial responsibility? A: The chief executive officer, usually called the prime minister, was responsible to the popularly elected legislative body, not to the king or president. This principle is calls ministerial responsibiltiy. 2. What was ...
  77. Persuasive Essay

    Will someone help me organize my persuasive essay? I've decided to write about the FITNESSGRAM and why high shcool students who have taken the required courses of physical education should be exempt from it.
  78. Persuasive Essay Topics

    What are some persuasive essay topics about schools or communities that people disagree with?
  79. Grammar (Please, help me! ASAP!)

    2. The speaker thinks that her friend will forget their roots and look at her with hatred. 3. The paramedic agreed that dying in an auto accident defies explaination. 10. direct object?
  80. Grammar (Please, help me! ASAP!)

    2. The speaker thinks that her friend will forget their roots and look at her with hatred. 3. The paramedic agreed that dying in an auto accident defies explaination. 10. direct object?
  81. Grammar (Please, help me! ASAP!)

    10. I fear (that one day I'll be with the March-North Army meeting you on your way to the South.) ----object of preposition?
  82. Grammar (Please, help me! ASAP!)

    2. The speaker seems worried that her friend will forget their roots and look at her with hatred. 3. ???
  83. Grammar (Please, help me! ASAP!)

    2. The speaker is worried that her friend will forget their roots and look at her with hatred. 3. ? 4. The message is clear about what they could not control.
  84. Grammar (Please, help me! ASAP!)

    Use each of the following noun clasuses in a complete sentence. The word in parenthese describe the function each noun cluase should have in the sentence. 1. that Nguyen Thi Vinh longs for the familitarity of her hometown. (subject) 2. that her friend will forget their roots ...
  85. Grammar

    10. Objective of preposition?
  86. Grammar

    10. Predicate noun?
  87. Grammar

    Underline the noun clause in each of the following sentences. Then identify the function by the clause. 9. Nguyen Thi Vinh's hope is (that life in her hometown has not changed too much). ---predicate noun. 10. I fear (that one day I'll be with the March-North Army ...
  88. Algebra 2

    or a livestock competition, the weight classes for hogs are shown in this table. Classes: Light: 200-230 (weight range in lbs.) Heavy: 230-250 (weight range in lbs.) a. What is the center of each weight class? A: Center of Light class: 215 pounds (lb.) Center of Heavy class: ...
  89. Grammar

    n each sentence, underline the adjective clause and circle the word it modifies. (I have placed all ajective clauses and the words they modify in parenthesis.) 1. I didn't believe, standing on the bank of a [river] (which was wide and swift), that I would cross the bridge...
  90. Grammar

    In each sentence, underline the adjective clause and circle the word it modifies. (I have placed all ajective clauses and the words they modify in parenthesis.) 1. I didn't believe, standing on the bank of a (river) (which) was wide and swift, (that) (I) would cross the ...
  91. Algebra 2 (WILL SOMEONE HELP ME?!)

    Please! I've been asking for help regarding this question for days.
  92. Algebra 2 (PLEASE, HELP ME!)

    For a livestock competition, the weight classes for hogs are shown in this table. Classes: Light: 200-230 (weight range in lbs.) Heavy: 230-250 (weight range in lbs.) a. What is the center of each weight class? A: Center of Light class: 215 pounds (lb.) Center of Heavy class: ...
  93. World History (Ms. Sue)

    I know that I said I would repost another answer, but I am very lost. I don't know what else to include.
  94. World History (Ms. Sue)

    Oh. Okay. I will repost another answer with more details. Will you evaluate my answers in my other post?
  95. World History (Ms. Sue)

    1. How did Guiseppe Garibaldi contributed to Italian unification? A: Guiseppe Garibaldi contributed to Italian unification by leding an army to successfully capture and take control of the entire Kingdom of the Two Sicilies.
  96. World History Answer Check

    1. What events led to German unification? A: The three wars planned by the Prussian prime minister, Otto von Bismarck, led to German unity. 2. How was Great Britian able to avoid a revolution in 1848? A: Great Britian was able to avoid a revolution by giving Parliament a vote ...
  97. World History (Ms. Sue)

    How did Giuseppe Garibaldi contribute to Italian unification? A: ?
  98. World History Answer Check

    1. How did the Crimean War destroy the Concert of Europe? A: Russia and Austria operated the Concert of Europe before the Crimean War. However, Austria too wanted territory in the Balkans and refused to support Russia during the war. As a result, the two became rivals which ...
  99. Algebra 2 (Please, help me!)

    For a livestock competition, the weight classes for hogs are shown in this table. Classes: Light: 200-230 (weight range in lbs.) Heavy: 230-250 (weight range in lbs.) a. What is the center of each weight class? A: Center of Light class: 215 pounds (lb.) Center of Heavy class: ...
  100. Algebra 2

    For a livestock competition, the weight classes for hogs are shown in this table. Classes: Light: 200-230 (weight range in lbs.) Heavy: 230-250 (weight range in lbs.) a. What is the center of each weight class? A: Center of Light class: 215 pounds (lb.) Center of Heavy class: ...
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