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English grammar
It’s better to rephrase a bit — Two hundred rupees are considered a lot of money.

Math
1+8=9 2+7=9 3+6=9 4+5=9 etc. Keep going. What do you find?

English
Right

Homework dumping
Wow ... 7 posts in 2 minutes! You must be taking a test or something. No one here will do your work for you. You need to indicate exactly what you have done to solve each problem and where you're running into trouble.

English
https://www.onelook.com/?w=presume&ls=a Please re-think.

Science
Hooray!!!!

English
https://www.biography.com/people/coretta-scott-king-9542067 Scroll down past the video and read carefully. Let us know what you think.

s.s
Of course, I did. I wouldn't have posted those search results if I hadn't!! Just read the NY Times article. It should be the first one among those results. Did you go into that one? Did you scroll down to the section called Coal's Advantages and read that? Read LOTS.

s.s
Read lots and take notes. https://www.google.com/search?q=advantages+of+coal+in+eastern+europe&oq=advantages+of+coal+in+eastern+europe&aqs=chrome..69i57.8064j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

s.s
YW!!!

s.s
Right

s.s
And you think it's ... ?? Study this map and see what you think: https://toinformistoinfluence.files.wordpress.com/2016/04/map-soviet-union-population-density.jpg

English
This is one play I haven't read! Try checking your answers here: http://www.sparknotes.com/shakespeare/macbeth/ from http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/

English
Just type vaping into www.google.com and read lots. Once you've read many articles/websites, you should be able to form your own opinion. Here's just one article I found by doing such a search: https://www.sciencenewsforstudents.org/article/concerns-explode-over-new-...

History
Please post your exact instructions for this assignment. I've seen questions before regarding portfolios, and each one has been different. Without knowing your exact assignment, it's hard to help.

English
Who is the author?

English
I have never read or heard the word "unluck." Sorry. I don't know why it's in dictionaries.

history
There was no compromise during or after the attack on Pearl Harbor. All attempts at any compromises had failed; the attack proved that.

English
You're welcome!

English
You can. Or you can use this website: https://www.grammarly.com/

English
2-2 is the best answer; 2-3 is OK, but a bit clunky. The others don't work. All the questions among the 3's are OK, but I'd remove the comma after "Then" in 3-2.

English
2 is correct; 1 is incorrect. The idiom is that people "tell lies" not that they "say lies." 4 and 5 are much better than 3! I wouldn't use the phrasing in 3. 6 and 8 are fine. 7 is OK, but it implies that the girl is the only one who is dancing at the ...

Educational Technology and Online Learning
Go to http://www.google.com Type in how does climate affect pennsylvania Press Enter. Read, read, read, and take good notes

real estate
I hope you are 100% sure of what each of those words means. If not, be sure to look them up at http://www.onelook.com Once you are clear on their meanings (and how they are different from each other), you should be ready to write your response.

Spanish
Go to Google. Type in each term and press Enter. Read, read, read. Re-search with the other terms.

English
Where in that passage are Ms. Kemp's personal thoughts? Frankly, I'm not sure any of the answer choices are very good.

social studies
=) !!

social studies
I agree with all your answers.

English writing issues
https://www.grammarly.com/ Give this website a try.

Educational Technology
Yes, B.

Educational Technology
I disagree. Here's one example of how a person visualized a plot: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plot_%28narrative%29#Freytag What do you think?

English
Here's the best place to find synonyms and antonyms. What you were looking for is an antonym for "luck." http://www.thesaurus.com/browse/luck?s=t At first they list the synonyms for the word. You'll need to scroll down for antonyms.

English
There’s no such word as ‘unluck’ — sorry! Unlucky Bad luck Out of luck

social studies
Yes, arid.

English
1 and 2 are fine. 3 and 4 are ok, but seem clunky! 5 and 6 are fine. 7 and 8 will be good if you add ‘to be’ in each. Do you know where?

teacher aide
Are you asking when praise would not be used in a classroom? You wouldn't praise a child if he/she got an incorrect answer to a math problem, for example. Can you think of other examples?

English
All these seem to be answering the question ‘where’ and thus would be considered adverbial. But I’d say, in 1, the phrase modified ‘animals’ since it’s immediately following that word. In 2, the prep phrase modifies ‘the boy’ for the ...

English
#1 is the correct way to read this expression.

World History A
You're welcome.

World History A
I agree.

English
Yes, 3 and 3-3 are incorrect. The others are correct in the first group. 4-8 are all correct. 9 will be correct if you change "words" to "word."

Bible Study
Anno Domini In Latin that means "In the year of the Master" or "In the year of the Lord" -- meaning after the birth of Jesus.

Bible Study
Go to Google. Type in history of christianity and press Enter. Read, read, read.

English
1 and 5 are fine, but not the others. There is no substitute for either sentence. Also, 1 and 5 have very different meanings.

science
Use Google. Search for landforms Run a second search for how to make a good powerpoint

English
All instances of "with" in 1-4 need to be changed to "to." 5 is fine.

English
Corrected: 1. He runs fast no more. 2. He can run fast no more. 3. He is a baby no more. 4. He runs fast no more. Better: 1. He doesn't run fast anymore. 2. He can't run fast anymore. 3. He isn't a baby anymore. 4. (same as 1)

English
1 is not good, but 4 is fine. 2 is incomplete and doesn't make sense. 3 will be OK if you move "no more" to the end of the sentence.

Chemistry Help
Annika, is it? We have only a couple of chem tutors here and one is having internet troubles. Please be patient, and don't keep reposting the same question. Thanks.

English
3 and 5 are incorrect. The others are fine.

English
“It” seems to be referring to a task named in a previous sentence. I don’t know what it is without context.

Can someone help me SS
Read it aloud to someone so you catch any errors, such as the need for “an” in front of “amendment.”

Can someone help me SS
https://www.law.cornell.edu/constitution/overview Read Article V very carefully.

Studying
http://www.studygs.net/

physics
None of that matters. If you don't let the physics tutors know what you do and don't understand about these problems, they can't really help you. It's not that difficult to go back to all previous posts and indicate what you know, where you get stuck, etc.

larry = stephanie
Changing screennames won't help. The tutors want to know what YOU THINK. They'll help you but won't solve your problems for you.

???
If you follow directions and put your subject area in the right place, you're likely to get a tutor who understands what you need help with. Otherwise ... oh, well!

Ed Tech Connexus
I agree with all.

social studies
What excerpt?

Again?
Why are you posting this again? You need patience until a history tutor can come online to help. PS -- Were you given a list of words to choose from? Or are you supposed to guess?

???
What is your SUBJECT? (not the initials of your school or whatever UWI is)

english
I don't know about any specific promise, but all this is laid out in the first 50-100 lines of the play. Read and re-read ...

english
These are two very good websites to use AFTER reading a piece of literature. http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/ (Titles are listed alphabetically.) https://www.shmoop.com/ (Use the search feature to find the title you want.)

Computer
You're welcome!

Computer
Now they're right!

Computer
1. no 2. no 3. no 4. yes

math
"lol" is going to get her/himself banned if s/he keeps handing out answers. Be careful.

Science terminology

English
All are fine! =)

English
Yes, either preposition can be used in 1 and 2. 3 is correct; 4 is incorrect.

English
They are all very close. If I had to separate them, I'd put them in two groups ~ In this group, the two actions (standing and closing) are simultaneous: 1-2, 4, and 5. In this group, the two actions are separate, but happen very close together in time: 1, 2, and 3.

English
4 is incorrect. 6 would be correct if that semicolon were a colon, as in 7. The others are fine. After the colon in 7, yes, you should have a capital O on "one" because you are following the colon with a complete sentence. If the words/phrases following a colon do ...

History
Would he have opposed it or welcomed it? Do you know why? Read carefully: http://www.u-s-history.com/pages/h302.html

English
1. Go to http://www.thesaurus.com/ 2. Look it up. Keep in mind there may not be a synonym for this particular word.

english
Study participial phrases here. Note the endings on most participles. http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/participlephrase.htm Let us know what you decide.

Call of the wild
https://www.shmoop.com/call-of-the-wild/chapter-7-quotes.html

SOC 302
Probably, but without knowing which authors you're referring to or what the other choices are, that's just my guess.

English
Yes, the first three sentences mean approximately the same thing. These are the best versions of the idea you're expressing You could also write any of these, but they're not as good as 1, 2, or 3 above. For me, ... In my mind, ... In my experience, ... (and I'm ...

English
6 and 8 are incorrect, but all the others are just fine.

English
1. and 2. -- Since "at the coffee shop" occurs right after "people," it's an adjective phrase, modifying "people." English depends a great deal on word order in sentences. Other languages (such as Latin, French, and many others) depend on ...

English
Q1 - You could say any of the following: looks great! looks really comfortable and warm. looks wonderful! looks very formal. Q2 - The word "on" seems to mean "as you wear it" or something like that -- that is, referring to how the jacket looks as the other ...

English
That's a very wordy and awkward sentence. It would be better written like this: It helps us talk to people wherever they are. In your sentence, though, the phrase and the clause after "people" modify that word, yes.

English
4 and 9 are best. 1 and 5 would be better if they were written like this: I was confused by her actions. (Her actions caused my confusion.) I was puzzled by the teacher's reaction. (The teacher's reaction caused my puzzlement.) I wouldn't use 5 or 10. The others ...

English
It seems incomplete. It’s far better to have the preposition stated.

English
#3 is best. #4 would be good if the verb were spelled correctly in past tense.

social studies
1. Go to www.google.com 2. Type in free soil party 3. Read lots. 4. Let us know what you decide.

Algebra HELP
No, sorry. I’m not a math tutor. I just had to deal with quartiles in test score results during years and years of teaching.

Algebra HELP
http://embed.wistia.com/deliveries/e5645642ab37a311e96464bbb29f542642818bd5.jpg Do you see the relationships??

Algebra HELP
I gave you this URL the other day. It relates directly to your question. https://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1170979664

English
Yes, 2 seems to mean the same as 3.

English
The verb “lie” and all its forms are considered action verbs. Someone is doing something.

English
All are grammatically correct, yes.

Check Please !!! Re-written
The "Q" is usually not used anymore. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGBT

Multi Media
What word you you put in that blank?

Ethics and philosophy
Basic facts: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martin_Luther_King_Jr. Go through many or all of the videos here. Take good notes, including citation notes for sources of information. Inspiration abounds among these! https://www.biography.com/search?query=martin%20luther%20king,%...

Social Studies-Land Use
#1 is correct. Please define first-, second-, and third-level activities. This must be a set of terms specific to your text. Once we know those definitions, we can help better.

Ed tech
http://study.com/cimages/multimages/16/icg_final_2.png I can see that (B) — if each bar represents a different flavor of ice cream and the height of each bar indicates the number of students.

geography
Same ideas as yesterday! https://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1510263333

Estimating the product of decimal and a whole numb
0.58 Is very close to half (1/2 or 0.5). 48 is very close to 50. What is half of 50?

Writing
You have not corrected the first error. A run-on is similar to a comma splice, but doesn’t even have the comma! http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/commasplice.htm

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