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1. In “Raymond’s Run,” which detail supports the prediction that Squeaky will not let Gretchen win the race? (1 point) I put * marks by ones I thought Squeaky is insulted when Mr. Pearson suggests she give someone else “a

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  1. s.s

    in "raymond's run," which detail supports the prediction that squeaky will not let gretchen win the race
  2. ela

    1. In “Raymond’s Run,” which detail supports the prediction that Squeaky will not let Gretchen win the race? (1 point) I put * marks by ones I thought Squeaky is insulted when Mr. Pearson suggests she give someone else “a break” this year.
  3. English Check my answers please

    1. In “Raymond’s Run,” which detail supports the prediction that Squeaky will not let Gretchen win the race? (1 point) I put * marks by ones I thought Squeaky is insulted when Mr. Pearson suggests she give someone else “a break” this year.
  4. Language Arts

    In " Raymond's Run" which detail supports the prediction that Squeaky will not let Gretchen win the race? A. Squeaky is insulted when Mr. Pearson suggests she give someone else "a break" this year.************** B. Squeaky doesn't even bother to look when
  5. Ela

    What is the resolution of "Raymond's Run"? A. Squeaky and Gretchen meet on the street. B. Raymond pretends to ride a stagecoach. C. Squeaky decides to becomes Raymond's track coach. D. Squeaky watches Raymond run.**** Am I right @Mrs.Sue can you please
  6. English

    And I’m smiling to beat the band cause if I’ve lost this race, or if me and Gretchen tied, or even if I’ve won, I can always retire as a runner and begin a whole new career as a coach with Raymond as my champion. After all, with a little more study I
  7. ELA

    Which of the following is not part of the rising action in "Raymond's Run"? A. Squeaky and Raymond confront Mary Louise and her friends on Broadway. B. Mr. Pearson hints to Squeaky that she should consider letting the new girl win. C. Squeaky is
  8. Language Arts

    How do you know squeaky won't let gretchen win in Raymond's Run
  9. English

    I don't know if my answer is right, so I came here for someone to correct me if im wrong. After the race, Squeaky and Gretchen smile at one another. What do you predict about their future? (A) they will continue not speaking to each other. (B) They will
  10. Language Art

    Which of the following is not part of a rising action? A.Squeaky and Raymond confront Mary Louise and her friends on Broadway. B.Mr.Pearson hints to Squeaky that she should consider letting the new girl win. C.Squeaky is responsible for taking care of
  11. ela

    1. Which of the following is not part of the rising action in "Raymond's Run"? (1 point) A. Squeaky and Raymond confront Mary Louise and her friends on Broadway. *** B. Mr. Pearson hints to Squeaky that she should consider letting the new girl win. C.
  12. Language Arts

    1. Which of the following is not part of the rising action in "Raymond's Run"? (1 point) A. Squeaky and Raymond confront Mary Louise and her friends on Broadway. B. Mr. Pearson hints to Squeaky that she should consider letting the new girl win. C. Squeaky
  13. English

    How did the conflict ended between squeaky and Gretchen finish in the book Raymond run
  14. ELL

    Mr.Pearson hints to Squeaky that she should let Gretchen win the race.Prediction,Actual outcome (If known)
  15. la

    At the end of "Raymond's Run," Squeaky has a different attitude about running and about her rival, Gretchen. Describe the actions that demonstrate these changed feelings. What role does conflict play in Squeaky's changed attitude? Use events and details
  16. LANGUAGE ARTS

    3. At the end of "Raymond's Run," Squeaky has a different attitude about running and about her rival, Gretchen. Describe the actions that demonstrate these changed feelings. What role does conflict play in Squeaky's changed attitude? Use events and details
  17. English

    At the end of “Raymond’s Run,” Squeaky has a different attitude about running and about her rival, Gretchen. Describe the actions that demonstrate these changed feelings. What role does conflict play in Squeaky’s changed attitude? Use events and
  18. LA

    why does squeaky not know at first who has won the race in "Raymond's Run"? A. Raymond has climbed the fence. ***? B. The May Pole gets in the way. C. The finish is very close. D. Mr. Pearson speaks too softly. Search in "Raymond's Run" on Google to see
  19. English

    Please take note that if these answers are wrong it could because the teachers have changed them, not cause I was wrong. Do not use this to cheat use this to check your Answers.
  20. Language Arts

    why does squeaky not know at first who has won the race in raymond's run? A)Raymond has climbed the fence B)The May Pole gets in the way C)The finish is very close*** D)Mr. Pearson speaks too softly
  21. English

    Why does Squeaky not know at first who had won the race in "Raymond's Run". A. Raymond has climbed a fence.* B. The May Pole gets in the way. C. The finish is very close. D. Mr. Pearson talks too softly. I think it's either A or C
  22. ela

    Which text evidence best supports the idea that Squeaky is running for more than just herself? A. I almost stop to watch my brother Raymond on his first run B. the white ribbon is bouncing toward me and I tear past it C. my feet with a mind of their own
  23. ELA

    What details could support a prediction that Gretchen will win the race?
  24. ELA

    Squeaky and Gretchen are talented runners who each want to win the May Day race. What part of the plot does this statement describe? A. the resolution B. the conflict C. the exposition*** D. the falling action
  25. LA

    Squeaky and gretchen are talented runners who each wanna win the may day's race. what part of the plot does this statement describe. A.the resolution B.the conflict C.the exposition D.The falling action
  26. Language Arts

    Read the student paragraph about a theme presented in “Raymond's Run.” One theme in this story is “Treat others the way you would like for them to treat you.” Squeaky feels that adults should give kids the same respect that they expect from them.
  27. ELA

    How does Squeaky feel about taking care of Raymond? A.Raymond has climbed a fence. B.The May Pole gets in the way. C.The finish is very close. D.Mr. Pearson speaks too softly.
  28. English

    Why does Squeaky not know at first who has won the race in "Raymonds Run"? A. Raymond has climbed a fence*** B. The may pole gets in the way C. The finish is very close D. Mr. Person speaks to softly
  29. Language Arts

    Which line from the excerpt best supports the theme that anything is possible with the right frame of mind Is it B, I am solid again and am telling myself Squeaky clean you must win
  30. Language arts

    And I’m smiling to beat the band cause if I’ve lost this race, or if me and Gretchen tied, or even if I’ve won, I can always retire as a runner and begin a whole new career as a coach with Raymond as my champion. After all, with a little more study I
  31. statistics

    if a football coach predicts his team to win 9 out of 10 or 90% which prediction did he use to make his prediction
  32. English

    This is to Katherine switzer a run to remeber paragraph i cant copy and paste it because its on my computer. Which detail from the selection supports the answer to the previous question?
  33. Language arts

    how does Squeaky feel about taking care of Raymond? A) She complains about it. B) It makes her feel important. C) She ignores him. D) She feels protective of him.***
  34. English

    can you please check this: how does squeaky feel about taking care of Raymond? -she complains about it -it makes her feel important** -she ignores him -she feels protective of him which word has a meaning similar to prodigy? -statue -babysitter -athlete
  35. Math

    Gretchen bought a sweater for $23.89. In addition, she had to pay $1.43 in sales tax. She gave the sales clerk $30. How much change did Gretchen receive from her total purchase?
  36. psychology

    Mira is a college student who lives alone in an apartment with her cat, Max. Whenever Mira walks into her kitchen and opens the squeaky drawer where Max's food is kept, he begins to salivate and runs into the kitchen, pawing at Mira to be fed. Even when
  37. English

    what are the similarities between holes and Raymond's run? PLEASE HLP
  38. Languages Art

    Which f the following is not part of the rising action in "Raymond's run"
  39. English

    What the theme of “Raymond’s Run” and “The Drummer Boy of Shiloh
  40. Literature

    Hey, I need help with raymond's run lesson 1 and 2 6th grade thx
  41. Sociology

    In general, the more resources and supports provided to families and young children: a) The worse a child will fare in the long run, since they need to learn to do for themselves b) The better a child will fare in the long run since what happens early in
  42. English

    Write an essay in which you analyze the importance of plot events and characters' actions to the development of a story's theme. You might choose "Raymond's Run" by Toni Cade Bambara, "The Story-Teller" by Saki, "The Finish of Patsy Barnes" by Paul
  43. Language arts

    How does the theme of raymond's run and An hour with Abuelo relate? Can you please help me Im having a hard time idk why but please and thank you.
  44. 3 grade english ms sue

    MAIN IDEA AND DETAILS THE MAIN IDEA IS THE MOST IMPORTANT IDEA IN A SELECTION OR A PARAGRAPH. DETAILS ARE THE SMALL PIECES OF INFORMATION THAT TELL ABOUT THE MAIN IDEA. DIRECTION- READ THE FOLLOWING PASSAGE. THEN ANSWER THE QUESTIONS BELOW. Every day,Juan
  45. Science

    I am trying to find an example of how to write a prediction for a Biology Lab Report. I think a prediction should be written as an if/when statement. Does anyone know of some where that I can find a lab report that includes a prediction(s)? All of the
  46. Language arts

    I have problems with written questions and I'm not so sure what this one means; "This question asks about your independent reading selection. You may use your reading selection to help you answer the question. Compare and contrast your Independent reading
  47. math stats

    you draw from a deck. if you get a red card you win nothing. if you get a spade you win $5. for any club you win $10 plus an extra $20 for the ace of clubs. A. create a probability model for the amount you win. B. Find the expected amount you will win. C.
  48. English grammar

    Which of the following is a simple sentence? a) He ran fast but he failed to win the prize. b) Although he ran fast he failed to win the prize. c) In spite of running past, he failed to win the prize. d) He failed to win the prize because he did not run
  49. Economics

    Consider a perfect competitive market. Analyze in detail using graphical tools what would happen to the number of firms and firm profitability in short run and long run if demand for product falls and if it rises
  50. algebra 2

    Use the formula D=rt where D is distance, r is rate, and t is time. 1. Solve D=rt for rate. (1 pt) 40 2. Use the statistics given in Act Two and your equation from #1. a. At what speed (rate) does Rich run the 40-yard dash? (1 pt) b. At what speed (rate)
  51. EARLY CHILDHOOD LITERACY

    RAYMOND IS LISTENING TO HIS TEACHER TALK ABOUT THE CHOICES OF ACTIVITIES AVAILABLE. HE MUST DECIDE WHICH HE WOULD LIKE TO DO. RAYMOND IS USING ______________ LISTENING. A. PURPOSEFUL B. CREATIVE C. CRITICAL D. APPRECIATIVE FOR ME IS (C)
  52. Social Studies

    What was demonstrated by the First Battle of Bull Run? 1. That the North would win 2. That the South was better trained than the North 3. That African American Soldiers would be useful to the Union Army 4. That that the war would be long My answer: 1. That
  53. Language Arts

    Which detail in the selection confirms your prediction from the previous question? (Previous question was "Which is the best prediction based on the first three sentences of the selection?") 1. Sandy gives the narrator vegetables from her garden. 2. The
  54. Language Arts

    Which Portion of the excerpt BEST supports the idea that Anne has a sense of humor? C: “These works of art were tacked to the windows.” Which details BEST convey’s Anne’s perspective on what is most valuable in life? D: “Memories mean more to me
  55. Social studies

    Which answer choice lists all of the common nouns in the following sentence? A few days before the race, Squeaky met the girls on the street. (1 point) days, race, Squeaky days, race, street days, race, Squeaky, girls days, race, girls, street••
  56. math

    Raymond has four more sisters than Tyler.Write a number sentence to show Raymond=r tyler=t
  57. English

    I've seen this question a bunch and I've read all of them I could find and none of them helped I'm not asking for anyone to write my essay or to explain to me how to write the essay. I need help getting it started and hitting all the key points once I've
  58. language arts

    “Raymond’s Run” by Toni Cade Bambara Writing About the Big Question argument compromise injury insecurity interact irritate mislead negotiate oppose reaction solution stalemate victorious viewpoint violence A. Use a word from the list above to
  59. Algebra 2

    Use the formula D=rt where D is distance, r is rate, and t is time. 40 yard dash: Julio took 4.39 seconds, Rich took 6.18 1. Solve D=rt for rate. (1 pt) 40 2. Use the statistics given in Act Two and your equation from #1. a. At what speed (rate) does Rich
  60. Psychology

    Out of Stephen Coveys 7 habits. I see 4. "Think win-win" to being the most valuable. what is an good example for his Think win-win habit?
  61. Outline

    When you make an outline format, do you make spaces in between each topic. For example: A.topic a.detail b.detail i.detail of a detail i.detail of a detail DOES A SPACE GO IN BETWEEN THESE TWO TOPICS? B.topic.......and so on.
  62. physics

    a 10k race was held the first place finisher completed the 10km run in 29.5 minutes what was the average speed in miles per hour. In another race the person is given a head start and if they beat the first place finisher at the end the win $2,500 the
  63. English

    This question asks about your Independent Reading selection. You may use your reading selection to help you answer the question. Compare and contrast your Independent Reading selection with one or two other selections you have read in this unit. Support
  64. Statistics

    A football team’s coach predicts that his team will win 9 out of 10, or 90%, of its games. Which method did he most likely use to make this prediction my answer to this is relative frequency is this correct
  65. L.A

    Which answer choice lists all of the common nouns in the following sentence? A few days before the race,Squeaky met thr girls on the street. A.days, race, Squeaky B.days, race, street C.days, race, Squeaky, girls D.days, race, girls, street Is the answer
  66. English: How to start an essay

    I really need help just a starting sentence would help a ton. I'm literally begging does anyone have any ideas on what I say to start? I've seen this question a bunch and I've read all of them I could find and none of them helped I'm not asking for anyone
  67. math

    The cable in the center portion of a bridge is supported as shown in the figure to form a parabola. The center support is 10 feet high, the tallest supports are 210 feet high, and the distance between the two tallest supports is 400 feet. Find the height
  68. Algebra2

    Use the formula D=rt where D is distance, r is rate, and t is time. The distance is 40 Julio finishes the 40 yd dash in 4.39 seconds. Rich finishes it at 6.18 seconds 1. Solve D=rt for rate. (1 pt) D/t=r 2. Use the statistics given in Act Two and your
  69. language arts

    i so i have to right an essay but i don't really understand can someone please right an compare and contrast essay on the finish of patsy barns and Raymond's run to help me understand how to do it and then i can re-wright my own. thank you :)
  70. writing

    Hilda takes an enormous amount of space, though so little time, in my adolescence. Even today, her memory stirs me; I long to see her again. She was three years older than I, and for a short while all I wanted was to look like, sound like, and dress like
  71. Intro to Probability

    In a certain election, the incumbent Republican will run against the Democratic nominee. There are three Democratic candidates, D1, D2 and D3, whose chances of gaining the Democratic nomination are .50, .35 and .15, respectively. Here are the chances that
  72. Statistics

    Foofy asks a sample of students their choice in the election for class president. concludes that Poindexter will win. It turns out that Dorcas wins. What is the statistical explanation for Foofy’s erroneous prediction?
  73. lit

    i wrote a sonnet on winning, can some review and give additional ideas and changes. also help me with last stanza. At times I wonder why I want to win Maybe it is the thrill of beating them Maybe a first prize medal or a shiny pin I know I’d love to win
  74. 12 Chemistry

    I was just wondering if you could tell me what evidence there is that supports the statement: carboxylic acids are soluble in an aqueous solution. I have an answer all ready, and I have searched the internet, but I was just interested in a little
  75. LANGUAGE ARTS

    The following question asks about one or more selections from your Literature textbook. You may use your textbook to answer this question. 1. Write an essay in which you analyze the importance of plot events and characters’ actions to the development of
  76. math

    John is about to roll a six-sided, fair number cube 60 times. He wants to predict how many times the cube will land on an even number. He makes a prediction of 20 times. Is it a good prediction? What would your prediction be based on theoretical
  77. math

    Bill entered three contests. The probability he will win contest A is .2, the probability that he will win Contest B is .1 and the probability that he will win the Contest C is .6. Assuming that these events are all independent of one another, what is the
  78. English

    I’m supposed to write an essay where I analyze the importance of plot events and characters actions up the development of a story’s theme. I chose Raymond’s run i am not sure what the theme is. I’m also not sure how the character’s actions would
  79. Math

    Raymond puts the money he inherited in an investment that earns 4.4% per year, compound semi-annually. After 12 years his investment had grown to $35,402.06. Raymond then invested the $35,403.06 at 5% per year, compound quarterly for the next 5 years.
  80. Math(ratio)

    Gretchen, Miranda and Ariel worked a total of 105 hours this week. If the ratio of Gretchen's hours to Miranda's to Ariels is 1:4:2, what is the difference between the number of hours Miranda worked and the number of hours Ariel worked?
  81. English - Parts of Speech

    In the sentence "He is projected to win," what part of speech is "to win"? I'm having trouble deciding between noun, adjective, or adverb... Thank you! he is going to win adverd 6th grade. I don't know how to do this can you help me
  82. English

    Which detail BEST supports the idea that the Scarecrow is intelligent? He tells the Lion that Oz can help him, too. He asks the Lion whether he has any brains. He wishes that his head were not stuffed with straw. He is the one who puts oil on the Tin
  83. English

    Which detail BEST supports the idea that the Scarecrow is intelligent? He tells the lion that oz can help him, too He asks the lion whether he has any brains he wishes that his head was not stuffed with straw he is the only person who puts oil on the
  84. Civics

    Describe the differences between the House of Representatives and the Senate, and explain the historical, practical, and theoretical reasons why the framers created a bicameral Congress. *For all those who read it, you don't have to fully answer the
  85. History

    Which of the following is important when a primary scheduled as heavily front-loaded as it was in 2008? A. A clear stance on the issues B. The ability to raise money C. A comprehensive general election strategy D. A steady, slow building following with the
  86. Writing

    For this unit’s Portfolio you will be writing a comparison-and-contrast essay to demonstrate similarities and differences in regards to theme. You must use two of the following selections from your lessons: “Raymond’s Run” “The Drummer Boy of
  87. math - probability

    Cecil solved a theoretical prediction problem and got this answer: "The spinner will land on the red section 4.5 times." Is it possible to have a prediction that is not a whole number? If so, give an example. THANK YOU!!
  88. English

    To what extent does writing connect with people and society? Provide one source thats supports and one source that refutes. The two sources must examine the topic from different perspectives. The sources I already have is: writing and reading
  89. maths

    peter is 10 years old . he is 4 years younger than his brother , raymond . Find the ratio raymond's age to peter' s age .
  90. math

    There are thirty-five (35) members in the Kalamazoo Travel Club. Four (4) people will be chosen to win a vacation. How many ways can the four (4) be chosen if one will win a trip to Grand Rapids, Michigan, one will win a trip to Detroit, Michigan, one to
  91. microbes and society

    Which of the following is the correct sequence of steps in the scientific method? Answers: a. observation - prediction - hypothesis - observation - hypothesis b. hypothesis - observation - prediction - hypothesis - observation c. observation - hypothesis -
  92. science

    ( I have this portfolio and I’m confused so please help me with the chart) 4TH GRADE Predict what would happen to the soil in a heavy rainstorm. Record your predictions in the chart below. Materials: soil, planter box, rocks, twigs, wooden blocks, water,
  93. algebra 2

    Define a variable and write an inequality. Then solve. A local summer basecall team plays 20 games each season. So far, they have won 9 games and lost 2. How many more games much they win this season to win at least 75% of all their games? Just think
  94. Pre-Calc

    The cable in the center portion of a bridge is supported by five pillars to form a parabola. The center support is 10 ft high, the tallest supports are 210 feet high, and the distance between the two tallest supports is 400 ft. Find the height of the two
  95. Statistics

    A football team’s coach predicts that his team will win 9 out of 10, or 90%, of its games. Which method did he most likely use to make this prediction my answer to this is relative frequency is this correct equally likely outcomes intuition law of large
  96. French

    Can you make sure these are right, and some of them i just don't know XD l'écu - shield la couronne - cap Les supports - supports devises - No idea @_@ le cimier et le tortil - crest and ? le casque et les mantelets - helmet and short cape la terrasse -
  97. grammar

    identify the direct object. i took raymond central park in new york. A)i B)raymond c)central park D) new york i think its b
  98. Math

    THE STUDENTS IN MR HENLYS CLASS PREDICTED THAT IF THEY EACH ROLLED A DIE 90 TIMES THE RESULT OF 1 OUT OF EVERY 6 ROLLS WOULD BE A 5. Each student then completed the experiment which result best supports the prediction of getting a 5 once out of 6 times. (
  99. Accounting & Finance

    What type of inflation accounting do you favor under high inflationary periods? Do you think tax allocation can improve the prediction of future tax payments in the short run? What are the economic consequences of SFAS No.87?
  100. Literature

    What are some differences between “The Finish of Patsy Barnes” by Paul Laurence Dunbar, and “Raymond’s Run” by Toni Cade Bambara, “The Story-Teller” by Saki, and “The Drummer Boy of Shiloh” by Ray Bradbury? I am writing an essay and I

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