1. Math

    China population is approximately 1.325 billion. The United States has approximately 0.304 billion. How many times as many people live in China than in the U.S. Round to the nearest tenth if necessary.
  2. Health

    When did the recording of clinical information begin in the United States? Late 1700s Early 1800s Late 1800s Early 1900s 1920s itoccurate it accurate?
  3. Social studies

    How is the culture of India reflected in the idea of the sacred cow? What influence does this have on the arts in India? What is a sacred cow in the United States>
  4. History

    1. What did John C. Calhoun want for the future for the U.S.? 2. What did Frederick Douglass want for the future for the U.S.? 3. How did John C. Calhoun change the U.S.? 4. How did Frederick Douglass change the U.S.? 5. How did John C. Calhoun react to
  5. science

    As an environmental science teacher, how would you respond to someone who tells you (a) that he or she does not believe in biological evolution because it is "just a theory"? How would you respond if another student states, (b) we should not worry about
  6. World History (Ms. Sue)

    Consider the influence of the U.S. Constitution on political systems in the contemporary world. A: The U.S Constitution has greatly influenced political systems in the contemporary world. Thus, the principles laid out in the U.S. Constitution have played a
  7. Ethics

    should united states government policy favor certain kinds of immigrants? What do you think? Should we favor certain nationalities as we have throughout most of our history? Should we favor skilled and educated workers? Should we favor spouses and children
  8. algebra

    the gateway arch is the tallest man-made monument found in the united states in St. Louis missouri. The gateway arch can be closely approximated by a parabola, is 630 feet high and 630 feet across at the base. 1) the maintenance crew is doing ht side of
  9. Civics

    2.   One main difference between the United States Constitution and state constitutions is that state constitutions  A. are much longer. B. don't provide for a legislature. C. can't be amended. D. don't have bills of rights. ? Can't find it. 
  10. Math

    7 billion chocolate chip cookies are consumed annually. In order to find out how many cookies are consumed on average by every person in the United States, what other information would you need to know in order to solve the problem?
  11. U.S history

    Which were the most important people in the united states? What did they do to be part of the u.s history? Who was the person that first landed on the moon? What was the austounant's name? In what year did it took place? Was it a male? Who was the name of
  12. chem

    Annual production of sulfuric acid in the United States last year was 400. million tons. If the density of sulfuric acid is 1.37 g/mL, find the total volume in m^3 produced in the U.S. last year.
  13. Treaty of Paris, quick question, thanks! ☺

    Treaty of Paris was the impetus for __________ recognition of the United States as an independent nation. a.Spain’s b.Britain’s c.Germany’s d.None of the above Thanks! ☺ ~katt
  14. Civics

    2.   One main difference between the United States Constitution and state constitutions is that state constitutions  A. are much longer. B. don't provide for a legislature. C. can't be amended. D. don't have bills of rights. So your saying it's D?
  15. college algebra

    advertising expenditures in the United States were $244 billion in 2000 and $245 billion in 2003. Let x be the number of years after 2000 and estimate advertisting expenditures in 2007.
  16. statistics

    the mean age at which men in the united states marry for the first time follows the normal distribution with a mean of 24.5 years. the standard deviation is 2.8 years. for a rabdom sample of 59 men, what is the likelihood that the age they were married
  17. Spanish Questions?

    16. What makes Pan American Games different from the Olympic Games? some sports are unique, like jai alai they are celebrated every 2 years only Cuba can host them they are celebrated every 6 years 17. Which theory was developed based on observations made
  18. History

    The population of the United States A. is less than Canada's. B. is a tenth of Canada's population. C. is nearly ten times larger than Canada's. D. is equal to Canada's. I think C or A or D. I need help fast!!!
  19. math

    What was the percentage increase in motor vehicle production in motor vehicle production in countries outside the united states from 1950 to 1997?
  20. Math

    In the United States workers spend 72% of their gas usage to go to and from work. What fraction represents their non-work travel and gas usage?
  21. anthropology

    2.As an anthropologist you are interested in the dynamics of a Matrilineal society. What characteristics would you identify as unique within this kinship system from your own? 3.Why do kinship systems work? Where, if any, would you find a working kinship
  22. Geography (Ms. Sue)

    Do you recommend any videos of a particular city in the United States, in which I could gather information for a report from? Also, if I typed my report, could you assist me in correcting as well as improving it? The report is supposed to relate to the
  23. Algebra

    The population of San Francisco was 776,733 in the 2000 United States Census. What is the predicted population growth in 2010 if the expected growth rate is 15%? A. 2,015,568 B. 3,142,318 C. 924,369 D. 562,394
  24. social studies

    Select two groups of Native American people from two different areas within the united states. The areas you can select from include North, West,Southwest, Plains, and East/Southeast. Explain how environmental factors influenced their home and food.
  25. Government

    the coast guard,t he central intelligence agency, and the customs service all have a(n): a. suspicion of foreigners entering the united states. b. concern that all visitors to the US feel welcome c. exclusive involvement with the domestic affairs of the US
  26. essay

    In some countries such as AUSTRALIA, citizens are required BY LAW to vote in a national election.If they are over 18-years-old they must be registerd to vote and if they fail to go to their polling place on election day, they may be subject to a fine. And
  27. social studies

    hello, my homework page starts out with In 1979, muslim fundalists led a successful rebellion against the united states-backed shah of iran and took control of that country? my question is what country? i think the paper printed wrong were doing 1979
  28. geography

    What is the name of the largest lake in Central America? My answer is Lake Nicaragua. Is that right? What do the following countries have in common: Angola, French Guiana, United States, Portugal? My answer is: They are all bordered by the Atlantic Ocean.
  29. religion,help

    I really don't know how to answer this: What events and figures have shaped the development of Islam in the United States? african slaves of the islamic faith, nation of islam, muslim immigrants, first mosque built in early 1900s, 9/11 and anti-muslim
  30. U.S History

    The development of an atomic bomb by the United States did which of these? A. pressured German leaders to surrender B.increased tensions between Truman and Stalin C. worried the leaders of France and Great ritain D.led Stalin to postpone a Soviet invasion
  31. Lang ARts

    hat fact best explains why it is significant that Angelou's narrative is set in 1940? In 1940, the United States was not yet involved in World War II. In 1940, segregation of blacks and whites was still the norm. In 1940, most high school students did not
  32. SS Please check answers

    1. The admission of Missouri as a slave state was controversial in the Senate because the Senate was pro-slavery. it would create sectionalism. **it would upset the balance. the Senate was anti-slavery. 2. The main topic of the Lincoln-Douglas debates was
  33. finite MAth

    dent who wants to buy 3 CDs, but assume that there are 4 CDs featuring the piano, 6 CDs featuring the trumpet, and 7 CDs featuring the saxophone. (1) In how many different ways can the 3 CD's be selected? (2) In how many ways can the selection be made if
  34. History

    The publication of Uncle Tom's Cabin resulted in? A.the angering of southern states over the exaggerated detail of slavery. B.northern states breaking away from the country. Csouthern states abolishing slavery. (everybody knows its not C haha but i think
  35. History

    The Titanic was a ship that sailed between which 2 countries? a.Britain b.United States c.England What 3 countries make up the triple entente? a.France b.Russia c.Great Britain d.England Each word can only be used once for each question.
  36. ECONOMICS

    Wilpen Company, a price-setting firm, produces nearly 80 percent of all tennis balls purchased in the United States. Wilpen estimates the U.S. demand for its tennis balls by using the following linear specification:
  37. world geography/geography

    The forests of the Pacific Northwest are just one of the many different ______________ in the United States where many people work in the same industry. A. elevation regions<<<< B. political regions (C. climate regions)< got this one wrong
  38. economics

    Wilpen Company, a price-setting firm, produces nearly 80 percent of all tennis balls purchased in the United States. Wilpen estimates the U.S. demand for its tennis balls by using the following linear specification:
  39. social studies

    19. Identify two problems resulting from urban sprawl in the western region of the United States. If these problems are not solved, what will the outcome likely be? (5 points) I don't want the answer, my question is what was the Urban Sprawl?
  40. economics

    the currency in Great Britain is pound and the price of a particular British car is 12,000. suppose the exchange rate is 0.67 per dollar. what iis the price of the British car in United States dollars?
  41. English

    Participles Onions are among the largest vegetable crops produced in the United States. Would the participle be produced? The truck, burdened with its load, traveled slowly over the rough road. Would the participle be burdened?
  42. ss --- pls check my work!!!

    help pls asap!!! Who was the backwoodsman who lost his life at the Alamo? (1 point) Sam Houston Davy Crockett*** John Tyler Stephen F. Austin 2. What policies contributed to tensions between Texas and Mexico? (1 point) The Mexican government limited
  43. History

    I really need to get 100% on this.... 1. Which of the following are formal qualifications for serving in the senate? Select all that apply. A. Must be at least 30 years old.*** B. Must be a U.S. citizen. C. Must have a law degree.*** D. Must have served in
  44. algebra

    I NEED HELP!! The table shows the annual consumption of cheese people in the United States foor selected years in the nineteenth century. What cubic model best fits this data? Year Pounds Consumption 1915 4.156 1922 4.857 1946 7.16 1991 29.989
  45. History

    2. The new boundary line set by the Adams-Onis Treaty had which of these affects? a) It created a system of dual governance in Florida. b) It represented the completion of Manifest Destiny. c) It began the decline of Spain's New World empire. d) It allowed
  46. transportation and cargo

    would these agencies have the biggest impact on global transportation security post 9/11. • TSA • Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) • United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) • U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) •
  47. Business Law

    Explain how the advent of computer usage created the need for new laws to protect privacy in the United States? This is what I have so far, I am not finding much information on this other than what is in my text book. The rapid advances in technology being
  48. Political science

    How did the Stamp Act, Boston Massacre and Boston Tea Party connect with the idea of representation? Use Zinn "Voices of a people's history of the united states" and the Federalist Papers to support your answer. Also, be sure to discuss the ideas of pure
  49. Social Studies

    What was a common thread in the fall of communist regimes throughout Eastern Europe? A) a decline in education and health care******* B) poor economies and demands for more rights C) a lack of strong leaders in communist governments D) support for military
  50. History

    Secession and War Quiz 1) The admission of Missouri as a slave state was controversial in the Senate because... :The Senate was pro-slavery. :It would create sectionalism. :It would upset the balance.*** :The Senate was anti-slavery. 2) The main topic of
  51. Sociology

    Hi, I'm writing a paper for my social problems class and am having a hard time coming up with advantages and disadvantages of increasing the number of street-patrolling police officers as a means to combat the high prevalence of violent crime within the
  52. history

    1. Which factor contributed most to the increased importance of literature in American culture during the 19th century? A. the success of major social reform movement. B. The spread of utopian communities throughout the nations. C. The migration of
  53. U.S History (Please Check)

    Which factor contributed most to the increased importance of literature in American culture during the 19th century? The success of major social-reform movements***** The spread of utopian communities throughout the nation The migration of European
  54. Social Studies

    How did the United States attempt to stay out of European conflicts? A. By sending a limited number of troops to France. B. By proclaming neutrality and signing treaties with Britian and Spain. C. By encouraging the Native Americans to get involved
  55. History (again)

    Why did Thomas Jefferson turn to nullification in an effort to right the wrongs of the Alien and Sedation acts? A. Federalists controlled the courts B. He had significant influence over states C. He believed states were meant to control the federal
  56. History- Berlin Wall

    I posted my assignment below, but I don't want you to write me my article. I have started already, but I need someone to answer my question so I can write the rest of my paper. Please, if you HAVE to include links, just don't put Wikipedia. But try not to
  57. Economics

    Explain how each of the following people would talk about scarcity and trade-offs. a) The President of the United States: b) The leader of a developing nation. c) A U.S. citizen whose income is in the top one percent. d) A U.S. citizen whose income is in
  58. US HISTORY

    ARTICLE 8 OF THE PLATT AMENDMENT: "THAT BY WAYOF FURTHER ASSURANCE THE GOVERNMENT OF CUBA WILL EMBODY THE FORGOING PROVISIONS IN A PERMANENT TREATY WITH THE UNITED STATES" WHAT IS THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THIS ARTICLE IN THE PLATT AMENDMENT? I DON'T REALLY
  59. History

    What is "constitutional power?" I have to write a response to this statement (either agreeing/disagreeing): "The Prime Minister of Canada has more constitutional power than the President of the United States." So I don't quite understand what
  60. rty

    april, bill, candace and bobby are to be seated at random in a row of 6 chairs
  61. Logic

    Which of the following is not like the others? A. Mars B. Venus C. Asparagus D. Potatoes E. Computers F. Cheeses G. Chairs H. Pasta
  62. primary sources

    Are these quotes primary sources?Why? It give me pleasure to announce...that the...removal of the Indians...is approaching to a happy end...We could not wish to see this continent restored to the conditions in which it was found by our forefathers.What
  63. sci

    Describe how plate tectonics is related to the formation of volcanoes. · Which type of plate margin commonly forms volcanoes? · Name one of the most popular volcanoes in the United States or the world. Discuss if the volcano is active, and how it has
  64. Social Studies

    How did the attack on Pearl Harbor change the lives of many Americans? A Americans were divided over how to respond. B The American military was weakened by the attack. C The United States declared war on Germany. D Americans developed a wartime society. C
  65. American history

    I have to answer these questions: 5. Compare the viewpoints of the senators in the Versailles Treaty. 6. What was the final outcome of the Treaty of Versailles for the United States? 7. How was the map of Europe and the Middle East transformed as a result
  66. ETH125

    conduct research to determine if the group colonized or if it immigrated to the United States. Did the group face prejudice, segregation, racism, or any combination of the three? If so, how and Why? Include your research findings in your essay. You may
  67. Statistics (Please help!!!)

    Are there tables comparing and contrasting the following or how would you write these up? 1. Ecological Studies and Cross-Sectional Studies 2. Case control studies and Cohort studies 3. Measurement bias (aka information bias) and selection bias 4.
  68. Statistics (43)

    Consumption of alcoholic beverages by young women of drinking age has been increasing in the United Kingdom, the United States, and Europe (The Wall Street Journal, February 15, 2006). Data (annual consumption in liters) consistent with the findings
  69. Economics (42)

    Consumption of alcoholic beverages by young women of drinking age has been increasing in the United Kingdom, the United States, and Europe (The Wall Street Journal, February 15, 2006). Data (annual consumption in liters) consistent with the findings
  70. Economics (42)

    Consumption of alcoholic beverages by young women of drinking age has been increasing in the United Kingdom, the United States, and Europe (The Wall Street Journal, February 15, 2006). Data (annual consumption in liters) consistent with the findings
  71. History/ Civics

    1.How did the capture of Vicksburg, Mississippi, take advantage of a Confederate weakness? A-The Confederacy had few soldiers and relied on its well-trained generals to win battles. B- The Confederacy had few weapons manufacturers and relied on Vicksburg
  72. U.S. History (Ms. Sue)

    1. How did the United States try to Americanize immigrants? A: The United States attempted to Americanize immigrants by assimilating them into American culture through public education. Schools taught immigrant children English, American history, and the
  73. Business communication

    Break up these sentences into shorter, more readable: 1- Records were set Wednesday by both the new york stock exchange composite index, which closed at 8,001.40 up 27.08 points, topping its previous high of 7,986.5, and standard & poor's 500 index, which
  74. history

    I need to find Sir John A. MacDonald birth certificate or job application http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1163541475 what is the name for the combined houses of the missouri legislature
  75. us history

    1.   Why did the United States push for control of the Oregon Country? increased American settlement in the Pacific Northwest increased threat of British attacks on the Louisiana Territory discovery of gold in the Rocky Mountains need for more territory
  76. world history

    The development of an atomic bomb by the United States did which of these? A. pressured German leaders to surrender B.increased tensions between Truman and Stalin C. worried the leaders of France and Great ritain D.led Stalin to postpone a Soviet invasion
  77. United States History

    What were the NORTHERN WHIGS views regarding the following: -slavery -women's suffrage -prohibition of alcohol -guarantee of free public education -aid/help for handicapped -right to education for women and African Americans -practice of religion -Native
  78. socia studies

    Free trade has led to more manufacturing jobs in Mexico because it? Drives up the cost of agricultural goods. Makes it cheaper to export good to the united states. (MY ANSWER) Encourage tourism between the two countries Makes American good less expensive.
  79. Anthropology

    what differences between the United States and a Pastoralist society? My answer Both of these societies had a more complex social organization and have increased specialization. Due to material surplus, labor distribution was unequal and so was social
  80. History

    Which of the following was a consequence of the Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo? A.)Texas gained independence from Mexico. B.)The war between the United States and Mexico ended.*** C.)The Bear Flag Republic was officially recognized as a state. D.)The debate
  81. business

    Group 1 will represent a major tobacco company like R. J. Reynolds or Philip Morris. . Topic that will be debated is: Should tobacco companies cease and desist all advertising in the United States? Each group should thoroughly research the issues. You will
  82. us history

    the battle of chancellorville defined the union effort in the civil war as being about slavery. true or false what happened to many former slaves after the civil war? -factory workers -united states military -moved to idaho or utah -sharecroppers and
  83. Home Economics

    7. The goal of the European Union is to _____. outdo the United States as an international trading nation coordinate tariffs among its members make a bigger trading bloc than that of the Asian nations create a single regional economy among its members
  84. managment

    Group 1 will represent a major tobacco company like R. J. Reynolds or Philip Morris. . Topic that will be debated is: Should tobacco companies cease and desist all advertising in the United States? Each group should thoroughly research the issues. You will
  85. us history

    The idea of "conversion" is best explained as which of the following?   A. the process of cultural change brought about by immigration B. the process of changing the frontier into settled communities C. the process of spreading United States territory
  86. History Question

    Select two groups of Native American people from two different areas within the United States. The areas you can select from include North, West, Southwest, Plains, and East/Southeast. Explain how environmental factors influenced their homes and food.
  87. math

    A downtown auditorium hosts large events. The auditorium can seat 600 people at one time. The sponsors of an awards dinner are using the auditorium for 450 people. The chef has prepared meals for 3/4 of the usual 600 people. The pastry chef has made enough
  88. Government US

    The United States has two court systems, state and federal. The federal system a. has discretionary jurisdiction over all cases arising in the state system. c. is the only one based on the constitutional doctrine of the separation of powers. e. None of
  89. STATISTICS

    What percentage of the general U.S. population has bachelor’s degrees? Suppose that the Statistical Abstract of the United States, 120th Edition, gives the following percentage of bachelor’s degrees by state. For convenience, the data are sorted in
  90. History

    Can someone please help me? Thanks Select one way World War II changed the roles of women or blacks in the United States and South Carolina. Explain the change you selected. Provide examples of how these events changed South Carolina’s society.
  91. american government

    Some analysts maintain that the United States is poorly served by a Congress that is often beset by inaction and localism. Supporters of the Congress maintain that the institution is a superior deliberative and representative institution. Which argument is
  92. social studies

    Some analysts maintain that the United States is poorly served by a Congress that is often beset by inaction and localism. Supporters of the Congress maintain that the institution is a superior deliberative and representative institution. Which argument is
  93. Statistics

    The weights of male babies less than 2 months old in the United States is normally distributed with a mean of 11.5 pounds and a standard deviation of 2.7 pounds. Find the 80th percentile score for these weights. I don't have a table, I have to figure it
  94. international law

    Is the US claim to a 12 nm territorial sea and a 200 nm exclusive economic zone valid under international law?why or why not?Should the United States become a party to UNCLOS III by accession?What are the arguments both for and against becoming a party?
  95. math

    The united ages of a man and his wife are six times to united ages of their children. Two years ago their united ages were ten times the united ages of their children and six years hence their ages will be three times the united ages of their children. How
  96. Social Studies (CHECK ANSWERS)

    6. Each looked for an easier triumph, and a result less fundamental and and astounding. Both read the same bible and pray to the same god; and each invokes his aid against the other. It may seem strange that any man should dare to ask a just gods
  97. Algebra

    Please Help Me with this problem:Ozark Furniture Company can obtain at most 3000 board feet of maple lumber for making its classic and modern maple rocking chairs. A classic maple rocker requires 15 board feet of maple, and a modern rocker requires 12
  98. English

    1. Select the letter of the sentence in which the correct pronoun is used. A. Who has the nominated committee selected for club president? B. John Adams was the first president whom lived in the White House. C. Who do you think will be the winner of the
  99. accounting

    Instructions Identify the internal control principles and their application to cash disbursements of Marais Company. P7-2B The board of trustees of a local church is concerned about the internal accounting controls pertaining to the offering collections
  100. Stats

    Consumption of alcoholic beverages by young women of drinking age has been increasing in the United Kingdom, the United States, and Europe (The Wall Street Journal, February 15, 2006). Data (annual consumption in liters) consistent with the findings