1. english

    (1) around 5000 B.C.E., the first animals were domesticated and tamed. (2) donkeys and oxen were used to carry heavy loads and pull sledges. what is the best way to combine sentences 1 and 2? a. around 5000 B.C.E., the first animals were domesticated and
  2. Grammar

    Rewrite each of the following run-ons. 1). Originally, humans domesticated animals for transportation the first animals to be used this way were camels, goats and oxen. 2). Another important event was the invention of the wheel, later crude carts and
  3. Animal Community Paper (Ethics)

    Ok so I need help getting started on my essay. The topic: "Where do animals belong in the moral community? Should animals be seen as only having instrumental worth to humans, or do animals have some intrinsic worth? Should they be given any rights? Is it
  4. math

    There are 16 animals on a farm 3/8 horses, 1/4 are donkeys and the rest are mules. How many horses,donkeys and mules are at the farm
  5. animals

    What was the first bird domesticated by man? Wasn't it the goose. But I don't know if I am right
  6. Biology

    One family of mammals includes true horses (Equus), zebras (Hippotrigris and Dolichohippus), and donkeys and asses (Asinus). Zebroids are hybrid offspring of wild zebras and domesticated horses that were confined to the same pasture. The unnatural
  7. College Geography

    "The desert was tamed but the price was calamitous, the worst climatic disaster in the history of the Soviet Union." Can someone explain what tamed means in the sentence? This sentence has to do with the Aral Sea.
  8. Participle or Verb

    1. When the Spaniards arrived in New Mexico, the Pueblo population numbered between 40,000 and 50,000. numbered is a participle <---- 2. Many had adopted a farming lifestyle. farming is a participle <-- 3. Domesticated animals included dogs and
  9. world geography

    _______in north africa, southwest asia, central asia. a. early people domesticated animals b. many muslims today live c. many ancient culturals arose d. all of the above
  10. Math

    Dogs cats and donkeys had a tug of war.four cats tied with three dogs.two donkeys tied with six dogs .which side won when one donkey tugged with five cats?
  11. Finance

    Assume that you have a balance of $5000 on your Visa credit card and that you make no more charges. If your APR is 22% and each month you make only the minimum payment of 3% of your balance, then find a formula for the balance after t monthly payments. A.
  12. History

    which best describes a result of division of labor in early farming communities? A- social roles began to change B- irrigation techniques were developed C- religion began to develop D- wild animals were domesticated My guess is A, but I am not sure. D-
  13. Calculus

    If you invest $5000 in a stock that is increasing in value at the rate of 12% per year, then the value of your stock is given by: f(x) = 5000(1.12)^x, where x is measured in years a) find average value from x = 2 to x = 3 b) find instantaneous value at x =
  14. world history

    Which of the following were characteristics of early humans during the old stone age? 1. they hunted and gathered their food 2. they came together to form new villages 3. they moved from place to place looking for food 4. they tamed animals and learned how
  15. Pre-Algebra

    I need help on a word problem because it doesn't have enough numbers to work with. So here it is: There are 19 animals in the barn. Some are geese and some are oxen. There are 56 legs in all. How many of each animal are there? So, for the first equation, I
  16. Science

    True or False? Please check my answers. Demesticated animals include rats,fish, mice. True? Ranch fishing is used for raising samon. True? Catfish, ostors, samon, crayfish, and trout are raised on farms. False? Catfish and samon are raised on farms. False?
  17. Social studies

    5. What effect on the Columbian exchange does this image illustrate? (A). The population boom of domesticated animals that escaped into the wild. (B). The conversion of the physical environment.*** (C). The introduction of milk cows to the North Americans
  18. 4th grade

    IN A TUG OF WAR, 5 DONKEYS ARE EXACTLY EQUAL TO 2 ELEPHANTS. IN ANOTHER TUG OF WAR, 3 ELEPHANTS ARE EQUAL TO 1 CAR. WHICH TEAM SHOULD WIN IF A CAR AND 3 DONKEYS ARE MATCHED AGAINST 4 ELEPHANTS?
  19. Biology

    Male donkeys have 62 chromosomes in an eye cell. How many chromosomes would be found in a female donkeys egg? Answer: 62 Normally, pigs have 38 chromosomes in each somatic cell. How many chromosomes are there in a cell that has gone through meiosis?
  20. math

    The gardener went to the market to buy 100 animals for a total of IDR 1.000.000. If the price of cow IDR. 50,000 /cow and goat IDR 10,000 /goat , rabbit IDR 5000 /rabbit , how many of each kind of animal which can he buy ? I wrote : Cow = X = 50.000 Goat =
  21. Algebra 1

    The balance oif a savings account can be modeled by the function b(t)=5000(1.024)^t, where t is the time in years, To model the monthly balance, a student writes: b(t)=5000(1.024)^t = 5000(1.024)^(1/12 * 12)^t = 5000(1.024^1/12)^12t = 5000(1.002)^12t Is
  22. algebra (check answer)

    The diameter of a valve for the space shuttle must be within 0.001 mm of 5 mm. Write and solve an absolute-value equation to find the boundary values for the acceptable diameters of the valve. | d - 5.000| = 0.001 d - 5 = 0.001 d * 1000 - 5 * 1000 = 0.001
  23. english

    1. The weight of a dire wold is greater than domesticated lapdogs. Which edit should be made to correct this sentence? A. change weight of a dire wolf to dire wolf's weight B. change weight of a dire wolf to weight of some dire wolves C. change than
  24. Biology

    Which of the following best explains the absence of fossil evidence from before the Cambrian at the time of Darwin? a) There were no animals b) The animals were very small c) The animals were soft and not likely to fossilize d) The animals were not in
  25. MATH

    AN INVESTMENT OF $5000 IN THE STOCKMARKET WITH THE VALUE INCREASED BY 13% WILL EARN $650 FROM THE VALUE OF THE STOCK ($5000 x0.13) the new value would be $5650($5000 PLUS $650)
  26. AP world

    Which of the following statements about early Amerindian peoples is true? a economic and political rivalries led to nearly constant conflict among various groups b they relied heavily on the wheel and an impressive network of roads c seafaring knowledge
  27. ap world

    Which of the following statements about early Amerindian peoples is true? a economic and political rivalries led to nearly constant conflict among various groups b they relied heavily on the wheel and an impressive network of roads c seafaring knowledge
  28. Physics

    A satellite sitting on the ground has a weight of 5000 N. When it is placed in orbit 500 km above the surface of the Earth (which has a radius of 6380 km), which choice best describes its weight? Very small but slightly greater than zero. Zero. Still 5000
  29. science

    HELP PLEASE!!! ESPECIALLY PART 2 2. The following questions do not require the data above. Answer with the data given in each question. i. There is a total of approximately 12.4 billion acres of agricultural land (cropland, rangeland, irrigated land) on
  30. math

    HELP PLEASE!!! ESPECIALLY PART 2 2. The following questions do not require the data above. Answer with the data given in each question. i. There is a total of approximately 12.4 billion acres of agricultural land (cropland, rangeland, irrigated land) on
  31. Algebra 2

    Use Cramer's rule to find the number of items the company must sell each week to break even. y= 20x + 200 y= 25x D= |20 -1|. -20 - (-25) . |25 -1| D= 5 Dx= |200 -1|. -200 - 0 . |0 -1| Dx= -200 Dy= |20 200|. 0 - 5000 . |25 0 | Dy= -5000 x= Dx/D x= -200/5 x=
  32. MATH/ SCIENCE-HELP

    1) There is a total of approximately 12.4 billion acres of agricultural land (cropland, rangeland, irrigated land) on the major continents. Given that the average Net Primary Productivity (NPP) of agricultural land is approximately 2900 kcal m-2 y-1
  33. English

    posted by rfvv Tuesday, July 31, 2018 at 1:51am 1. They study the sea animals in Antarctica. 2. They study all the sea animals in Antarctica. 3. They study sea animals in Antarctica. 4. They study some sea animals in Antarctica. [Does #1 mean #2? Does #3
  34. math

    1) There is a total of approximately 12.4 billion acres of agricultural land (cropland, rangeland, irrigated land) on the major continents. Given that the average Net Primary Productivity (NPP) of agricultural land is approximately 2900 kcal m-2 y-1
  35. Cultural Anthropology

    The difference between transhumance and nomadic pastoralism is: (Points : 1) in transhumance people grow food and in nomadic pastoralism any domesticated plant food is acquired through trade. different types of animals are herded. in transhumance women do
  36. English

    I am writing a paper and i need 3 reasons why experimenting on animals is okay. I already have 2: it is benefical to humans and animals, and there are strong laws that protect the animals used in experiments but i cant think of a third.
  37. biology honors

    i am doing a research paper on animal rights what are some specific issues related to the topic and develop a specific research question from your selected contemporary issue. ( i put "animals used as experiments") my thesis is animals should not be used
  38. math

    there are 300 animals in the zoo there are 20 enclosures that hold 4 animals each 25 enclosures that hold 3 animals each and 42 enclosures that hold 2 animals each the rest of the animals all have their own enclosures how many animals have their own
  39. Algebra

    Scientists want to set up and test animals in the area for West Nile. The costs to test are $2,200 for setup plus $1.50 to administer each test. (2200 + 1.5x)/x What is the average cost to test 25 animals?250 animals??1000 animals??? (2200 + 1.5x)=2201.50
  40. Math

    1. A car is worth $23000 in Jan 2017 in the first year the car depreciates by 15 percent per annum and then 7 percent every year after that. a) what will the car be worth in Jan 2023? b) when will the car be worth $5000? 2. In 2017 the population of a
  41. physical science

    a 500 kg elevator is lifted 10. How much work was done a 50 j b 50 j /kg c 5000 j d 5000 j/kg degree c
  42. science

    during the Devonian period,animals that could live on land began to evolve, these animals till spent part of their lives in the water. what were these animals called? a) trilobites b) reptiles c) amphibians d) dinosoars
  43. science

    during the Devonian period,animals that could live on land began to evolve, these animals till spent part of their lives in the water. what were these animals called? a) trilobites b) reptiles c) amphibians d) dinosoars
  44. science

    during the Devonian period,animals that could live on land began to evolve, these animals till spent part of their lives in the water. what were these animals called? a) trilobites b) reptiles c) amphibians d) dinosoars
  45. Econ

    What is the optimal level of enrollment at the tuition price of $5000.00 Enroll until the marginal cost of the next student equals $5000.
  46. math

    an annuity has an initial balance of $5000. annual withdrawals are made in the amount of $800 for 9 years, at which point the account balance is zero. what annual rate of interest, compounded annually, was earned over the duration of this annuity? PV =
  47. MATH

    an annuity has an initial balance of $5000. annual withdrawals are made in the amount of $800 for 9 years, at which point the account balance is zero. what annual rate of interest, compounded annually, was earned over the duration of this annuity? PV =
  48. History

    1.What are typically asked of children during the Htravel on the oregon trail? Collect firewood.** Cook the meals. Hunt deer. Drive the wagon. 2.Why would settlers choose to use oxen to pull their wagons rather than mules? Mules were thought to be
  49. Grammar

    What is the irregular plural noun? The teams of oxen pulled the plows across the field. (I CANT FIND THE ANSWER DEPENDING ON THE DEFINITIONS ON THE PAPER AND ONLINE)
  50. Intro to Ethics

    I have to write a paper over an ethics topic. And I chose: Where do animals belong in the moral community? Should animals be seen as only having instrumental worth to humans, or do animals have some intrinsic worth? Should they be given any rights? Is it
  51. Math

    2. Columbus would have taken some live animals aboard for food sources. If there were one hundred fifty animals, of which seventy-three were rabbits and the rest were chickens, what percentage of the animals were chickens? Please round your answer the
  52. math

    there are 300 animals in the zoo there are 20 enclosures that hold 4 animals each 25 enclosures that hold 3 animals each and 42 enclosures that hold 2 animals each the rest of the animals all have their own enclosures how many have their own enclosure
  53. Biology

    For each of the folliwng groups of animals (marine invertebrates, marine vertebrates, fresh-water animals & land animals) describe osmosregulatory probkems they face and how they cope with them? I think what you need can be found at the following 3 sites:
  54. latin

    What are the incorrect grammars, verb forms, and case endings in my Latin story below? Illa eripio animalia. Vikki amat eripui animalia. Sed ibi est una difficultatis. Aliqui animalia es periculosi. Cur es animalia periculosi? Quia animalia est formido.
  55. literature

    novel phrase the domesticated generation fell from him ?
  56. math

    at the animal shelter , one third ofthe animals are dogs , 1/6 are cats,and 19 arethe other animals.how many animals are at the shelter?
  57. math

    how many millimeters are in 5 meters? 5000..i think 1000 mm = 1 meter. 5 meters x (1000 mm/1 m) = ?? Thats what I thought. I am pretty sure 5000 is right? You are correct. 5000 millimeters are in 5 meters....
  58. Biology

    One of the differences between Cambrian animals and pre-Cambrian animals was the appearance of ___________ such as antennae as Cambrian animals evolved. Can somebody help me I literally have no clue.
  59. Math 117

    2. Biologists want to set up a station to test alligators in the lake for West Nile Virus. Suppose that the costs for such a station are $2,500 for setup costs and $3.00 to administer each test. a. Write an expression that gives the total cost to test x
  60. LA

    Which statement from "Why Do We Need Zoos?" best captures the author's point of view? "...zoos were open to the general public, too, so everyone could find out about animals." "Some people feel that there is lots of wild space and that animals should only
  61. Algebra

    2. Biologists want to set up a station to test alligators in the lake for West Nile Virus. Suppose that the costs for such a station are $2,500 for setup costs and $3.00 to administer each test. a. Write an expression that gives the total cost to test x
  62. Algebra

    Biologists want to set up a station to test alligators in the lake for West Nile Virus. Suppose that the costs for such a station are $2,500 for setup costs and $3.00 to administer each test. a. Write an expression that gives the total cost to test x
  63. philosophy

    o human beings have any obligations to other animals, in terms of their treatment? If it is wrong to treat animals cruelly, why is it not wrong to eat them? Explain if, and how, you think humans can find a balance between treating animals ethically while
  64. math

    At the animal shelter, 1/3 of the animals are dogs, 2/12 are cats, and 19 are other animals. How many animals are at the shelter? is the answer 22?? help me please
  65. world history A

    What best describes the impact of people changing from hunter-gatherers to living in permanent agricultural societies? A.)Hunter-gatherers relied on a narrower variety of foods compared to grain producing agricultural societies.B.) Hunter-gatherers made
  66. world history A

    What best describes the impact of people changing from hunter-gatherers to living in permanent agricultural societies?  A.)Hunter-gatherers relied on a narrower variety of foods compared to grain producing agricultural societies. B.) Hunter-gatherers
  67. phi 200

    Do human beings have any obligations to other animals, in terms of their treatment? If it is wrong to treat animals cruelly, why is it not wrong to eat them? Explain if, and how, you think humans can find a balance between treating animals ethically while
  68. ALGEBRA 117

    2. Biologists want to set up a station to test alligators in the lake for West Nile Virus. Suppose that the costs for such a station are $1,400 for setup costs and $4.00 to administer each test. a. Write an expression that gives the total cost to test x
  69. LA 7

    Which statement from "Why Do We Need Zoos?" best captures the author's point of view? 1. "...zoos were open to the general public, too, so everyone could find out about animals." 2. "Some people feel that there is lots of wild space and that animals should
  70. Ethics Animals Paper

    Would this be a good introductory paragraph? For several years, there has been an on-going debate over animal rights, animal testing, and where animals fit into our society. Whether or not they have morals, or if it's ethical to test them for the benefit
  71. Science

    //[remove]prntscr.[remove]com/[remove]j4jmwi (PICTURE IS IN SCREENSHOT)  Which statement is correct? Land animals are quicker than animals that fly Insects can not move as quickly as land animals Some birds can move more quickly than some land animals***
  72. Calcalus

    A population P is a function of time t that had 5000 when t=0 can be written P(t)= 5000+B(t)-D(t). B(t) is the number of births since t=0 and D(t0 is the number of deaths since t=0. suppose at a given instant B=800 and dB/dt=100, and D=1000 and dD/dt=85.
  73. Language Arts, check!!!

    Which statement from "Why Do We Need Zoos?" best captures the author's point of view? 1. "...zoos were open to the general public, too, so everyone could find out about animals." 2. "Some people feel that there is lots of wild space and that animals should
  74. math-finance

    Colin borrowed some money at 7.16%?a compounded quarterly. three years later. he paid $5000 toward the principal and the interest. after another two years, he paid another $5000. after another five years, he paid the remainder of the principal and the
  75. 7th grade English

    Both the authors of Zoos: Joys or Jails and the author of Why do we need Zoos : a. think animals should live in their natural habitat b.believe animals are protected in zoos c.wish people would make donations to zoos d. want to help wild animals, esp.
  76. English

    1. He has a lot of interesting looks. 2. He has a lot of interested looks. (Which one is correct? Do both have a different meanings?) 3. What animal do you have? - I have a turtle. 4. What kind of animal do you have? - I have a parrot. 5. What animals do
  77. Botany

    name 3 crops domesticated in regions that are now mexico central and south america
  78. Math(Urgent)

    Compute the maximum product for two positive numbers x and y with the property that the sum of the first plus five times the second is 5000. 1) Indicate the objective equation 2) Indicate the constraint equation I put x+5y=5000. Is this correct.
  79. Math

    Purchased $10,000 in stock, invested $5000 of own money, borrowed remaining $5000 at 8% interest. Stock increases by 10%, what is the rate of the investor's return? I calculated 12%, is that correct?
  80. math

    Hydra are small freshwater animals. They can double in number every two days in a laboratory tank. Suppose one tank has an initial population of 60 hydra. When will there be more than 5000 hydra? How can a table help you identify a pattern? What function
  81. Math

    Hydra are small freshwater animals. They can double in number every two days in a laboratory tank. Suppose one tank has an initial population of 60 hydra. When will there be more than 5000 hydra? How can a table help you identify a pattern? What function
  82. science (correct please)

    (1) Which of the following is an ectothermic vertebrate A) butterfly B) lizard C) eagle D) dog ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ My answer: B ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ (2) which of the following animals is an invertebrate? A) goldfish B) horse C) turtle D)
  83. Literature (Novel)

    On page 14 of The Call of the Wild, what's meant by the phrase "The domesticated generations fell from him"?
  84. English

    We just got done reading Animal Farm, by George Orwell. I cant come up with enough facts for the following questions. How does Napoloen and the other pigs control the animals through fear and intimidation? so far i have by 1)by killing other animals right
  85. Finance

    Your Uncle has two alternative inheritence for you. A. You receive 5000 today and 1000 per year for the next 8 years. or B. 5000 today and nothing each year for the next 7 years and at end of 8th year receive 12,000 Which is best and why. Current interest
  86. math

    Biologists want to set up a station to test alligators in the lake for West Nile Virus. Suppose that the costs for such a station are $3,000 for setup costs and $4.00 to administer each test. a. Write an expression that gives the cost(C) to test animals.
  87. Networks, Matrices, Linear equations.

    x y A(0.2 0.8)3000 B(0.5 0.5)2000 C(0.7 0.3)5000 Where A, B, C are countries, and x and y are resorts. The Matrix represents the percent of visitors. I need to use this matrix which I have worked out to find the number of visitors who visit X (X and Y are
  88. math

    Tess’ commission is increased according to how much she sells. She receives a commission of 6% for the first $5000 and 12% on the amount over $5000. What is the total commission on sales of $12,000?
  89. checking answers please help

    1. $5000.00 compunded annually at 6% for 5 years= $6,691.1279 or $6,312.38? 2. $5000.00 compounded quartley at 6% for 5 years= $6,719.5819 or 8,744.37? 3. $5000.00 compounded quartley at 65 FOR 5 YEARS= $6,734.2750 or 3,64.86? 4. $5000.00 COMPOUNDED
  90. Finance

    1. $5000.00 compunded annually at 6% for 5 years= $6,691.1279? 2. $5000.00 compounded quartley at 6% for 5 years= $6,719.5819? 3. $5000.00 compounded quartley at 65 FOR 5 YEARS= $6,734.2750? 4. $5000.00 COMPOUNDED ANNUALLY FOR AT 6% FOR 6 YEARS=
  91. English

    1. Why does George try to prevent Lennie from playing with small animals? (1 point) He doesn't want Lennie to have a pet until he proves he can keep out of trouble. He is worried that Slim will be angry if Lennie plays with the puppies. He is embarrassed
  92. Algebra

    Biologists want to set up a station to test alligators in the lake for west nile virus. Suppose that the cast for such a station are $2,500 for set up costs and $3.00 to administer test. a. Write an expression that gives the total cost to test x animals.
  93. Language Arts

    Both the author of "Zoos: Joys or Jails?" and the author of "Why do we need zoos?" A. think animals should live in their natural habitats. B. believe animals are protected in zoos. C. wish people would make donations to zoos more often. D. want to help
  94. Correted Bob can you re-check?

    So i pretty much had them right the first time with the first set of answers i just needed to round up? 1. $5000.00 compounded annually at 6% for 5 years= $6,691.13? 2. $5000.00 compounded quartley at 6% for 5 years= $6,719.58? 3. $5000.00 compounded
  95. math

    a farmer had 24 animals. some of the animals were chicken and some were dogs. altogether there were 56 legs. How many of the farmer's animals were chickens and how many were dogs?
  96. fundamental concepts

    Which of the following activities emphasizes the concept of comparing? A. Dividing pigs and cows into two separate groups B. Dividing farm and wild animals into two separate groups C. Discussing similarities and differences between stuffed and real animals
  97. Accounting

    I was just wondering if I was doing this right. In my accounting class we are studying furture value. I was wondering if I was doing this one right... if I was to figure out $5000 that was compounded quartery at 6% for five years, how much would that be. I
  98. statics

    If you sent out 5000 census to households and 3700 answered would my percenatge be 1.35%. please tell me if i answered this corrrectly I took the 5000 and divided it with the 3700 and I received the answer of 1.35% Please help thanks Shelley.
  99. Biology

    Consider the following pairs of organisms: large predators and small predators: large herbivores and small herbivores: and migratory animals and non-migratory animals. The two animals most likely to suffer the most from habitat fragmentation are the A.
  100. Fund. concepts skills

    Which of the following activities emphasizes the concept of comparing? A. Dividing pigs and cows into two separate groups B. Dividing farm and wild animals into two separate groups C. Discussing similarities and differences between stuffed and real animals

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