1. U.S. History

    NY had 12 electoral votes in 1792 how many representatievs did NY have in the Senate? how many in the House of Representatives. i know i've already asked this before. but i don't get it thankyou for helping
  2. Science

    Check my answers please? Imagine that you remove all the atoms from a chair. What remains? 1. nothing 2. a pile of dust I choose 1. Which of the following is not made of atoms? 1. heat 2. a solid 3. a gas I choose 1. What about matter is true? 1. atoms are
  3. English

    1. In at least three sentences, locate and explain the effectiveness of three rhetorical devices. ----------------------- Pearson’s address on the inauguration of the national flag of Canada: On September 5, 1945 an Order-in-Council was passed declaring
  4. Geography

    I have to write an essay on this topic: 54. Compare and Contrast Switzerland and France in terms of language and culture. Before the 1500s, French was only spoken in Paris but as the kings in France expanded their control, they decreed that French be used
  5. history

    What goals did the United States achieve by fighting in Korea? What goals did it fail to achieve? What goal did it achieve: A strong, independent, and stable Japan. It achieved the goal of fighting "communism" spread by Soviet Union without getting into a
  6. US history

    What long term cause led to South Carolina seceding from the United States? A. The Growth of the anti-slavery movement B. Debate over the expansion of slavery into the territories C. Increased sectional tensions due to new laws D. The breakdown of the I
  7. English

    I think the answer is, because he is pretty much telling the people reform is needed. AFTER an unequivocal experience of the inefficiency of the subsisting federal government, you are called upon to deliberate on a new Constitution for the United States of
  8. Social Studies (Check, Please!)

    I think my answer is correct, but I'm not sure. How did the Lend-Lease Act help the Allied war effort? A: The Lend-Lease enabled the United States to lend or lease more than $40 billion in weapons, vehicles, and other supplies to those involved in the
  9. Pre-Cal

    This exercise is based on the following table, which lists interest rates on long-term investments (based on 10-year government bonds) in several countries in 2008. Assuming that you invest $9,000 in the United States (3.9%), how long (to the nearest year)
  10. Civics

    The Preamble includes the phrase "to form a more perfect union." Why is this reason listed for creating a new Constitution? Plans were made to expand to the Pacific Ocean. The British had provided economic support. The Articles of Confederation did not
  11. physics

    Assume that the earth is a uniform sphere and that its path around the sun is circular. (a) Calculate the kinetic energy that the earth has because of its rotation about its own axis. For comparison, the total energy used in the United States in one year
  12. college algebra

    In Japan, there were 94,848 deaths attributed to heart disease and the population of Japan is about 128 million. If the United States were able to reduce its number of deaths to be proportional to that of Japan, about how many deaths due to heart disease
  13. Physics

    Assume that the earth is a uniform sphere and that its path around the sun is circular. a) Calculate the kinetic energy that the earth has because of its rotation about its own axis. For comparison, the total energy used in the United States in one year is
  14. Spanish

    In this unit, you learned about several states that border Mexico. Write a short paragraph that describes at least two similarities and two differences between those states
  15. Spanish

    in this unit, you learned about several states that border Mexico. write a short paragraph that describes at least two similarities and two differences between those states.
  16. SS7R - HW Qs. Check (Q3)

    The ___________ states the responsibilities of the government and protects the rights of states and citisens answer - south am i correct????????
  17. history

    whta were the three most populous states in 1860? were they northern or southern states? http://www.civilwarhome.com/population1860.htm =)
  18. Social Studies

    Which two states each border eight other states, including each other?
  19. Social Studies Help!

    What was the goal of the North American Free Trade Agreement? A) Increase tariffs on imported goods. B) Encourage trade and economic growth between Canada, the United States, and Mexico. C) Increase the cost of free trade. D) Increase tariffs on exported
  20. Help!!!

    Why did the colonists find the writing of the Declaration of Independence so important for the creation of the United States? This site will give you some insight. http://www.factmonster.com/ce6/history/A0857706.html But think of the declaration in these
  21. civics

    How did the writers of the U.S Constitution improve the amendment process from that of the Articles of Confederation? A) It required unanimous consent by the states to amend B) It required support of six of the 13 states to amend C) It required support of
  22. business finance

    Stacy took out a loan for $15,000. Her note was for 300 days at 5% ordinary interest. On day 100 she made a partial payment of $5,000. On day 200 she made a second payment of $5,000. On day 250 she made yet a third payment of $2,500. a. (1 point) What is
  23. math statistics/probability

    Hello I am having trouble trying to figure out how to do the last 2 questions in this word problem In an article about investment growth, Money magazine reported that drug stocks show powerful long-term trends and offer investors unparalleled potential for
  24. Modern World History

    Can someone give me some ideas on what they think, your views might have been about the coming war of World War 1. Most people in Europe didn't want war, but were forced into it by their nationalistic and militaristic leaders and their enemies. Of course,
  25. biology

    What is evolution by natural selection? Do it mean changes.
  26. biology

    what is natural selection and how does it work? ><
  27. math

    if 22, 73 ,36,26,51 were selected from 1-90 next selection will be what numbers
  28. biology

    define natural selection
  29. biology

    what is diversifying natural selection
  30. Sociology

    Define Sexual Selection?
  31. Statistics

    A wide variety of oak trees grow in the United States. In one study, a sample of acorns was collected from different locations, and their volumes, in cm3, were recorded. In the table are summary statistics for these data: N 38 Mean 3.0 Median 1.8 St. Dev.
  32. Social Studies Check answer Please

    How did Spain's refusal to destroy Negro Fort affect Florida? A) It led General Jackson's troops first invasion of the territory B) It gave the seminoles an empowered stance against the United States**** C) It showed that Spain did not view General Jackson
  33. U.S. History

    TRUE OR FALSE (The First World War) 1. Until 1915, most Americans thought of the war as a European conflict that would have little effect in the United States. 2. Big Berthas were massive ships used to transport German troops. 3. The Treaty of Versailles
  34. sfsu

    This exercise is based on the following table, which lists interest rates on long-term investments (based on 10-year government bonds) in several countries in 2008. HINT [See Example 4.] (Round your answer to the nearest integer.) If you invest $10,200 in
  35. ethnic

    Consider these questions: What are the most significant similarities between the Chinese American and Japanese American [cultural] experiences? What are the differences? (Schaefer, 2006, p. 352) • Choose from any of the following topics when considering
  36. Social studies

    8. How did the economic boom of the 1920s affect the majority of South Carolina? A. More people were able to invest in new cars farmers had their impo to invest in new cars B. farmers had the opportunity to purchase more land **** C. electricity was made
  37. college math statistics

    Hello I am having trouble trying to figure out how to do the last 2 questions in this word problem In an article about investment growth, Money magazine reported that drug stocks show powerful long-term trends and offer investors unparalleled potential for
  38. us history Plz help!

    5. U.S. Groups of the Late 1700s and Early 1800s Women Children Indentured Servants Native Americans African American Working Class Which statement best summarizes the historical position of all groups listed above? All people in the United States are
  39. Eonomics

    How do you think the Demand and Supply patterns have changed in the United states since 2008 when the recession started? I think the recession of 2008 decreased the demand of many goods especially the "Normal" goods in the country as a result the prices of
  40. education

    sand, rocking chairs, animals, and strap swings are examoles of a__ environment. a) static b) soft c) creative d) hard. would the answer be d) hard
  41. French

    In order to say "This city is in France," we can say "Cette ville est en France." But, why is it that we say "Cette ville est aux Etats-Unis" for "This city is in the United States?" I don't exactly understand the difference between "en" and "aux."
  42. Social Studies

    I need help I changed my journal entry and I am trying to find info on African Americans migration and some good websites and can't find enough info to write my journal entry. Thanks You should find this website helpful:
  43. world history

    3. How did the Soviet Union respond to the normalization of relations between China and the United States? (1 point)Brezhnev invited Nixon to visit Moscow. Soviet companies set up a thriving trade with China. The Soviet Union cut off diplomatic relations
  44. ENGLISH 2

    2. In at least three sentences, explain if ethos, pathos and logos have each been effectively established in this speech. Pearson’s address on the inauguration of the national flag of Canada: On September 5, 1945 an Order-in-Council was passed declaring
  45. SS

    What is the goal of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)? Increase the cost of free trade Encourage trade and economic growth between Canada, the United States, and Mexico. Increase tariffs on exported goods Increase tariffs on imported goods My
  46. U.S History - Pls check my answer, tks :)

    Document A - President Jackson’s First Annual Message to Congress (December 7, 1829: Our conduct toward the Indians is deeply interesting to our national character. Surrounded by the whites with their arts of civilization the whites have destroyed the
  47. social studies.

    1. What two countries were in a cold war? c. UNited States and Soviet Union 2. The actions of Rosa Parks lewd to the boycott of cities buses in b. Montgomery, Alabama. 3. Malcolm X, an important voice for some African Americans, was a leader of the a.
  48. AP U.S. History

    which of the following best describes the situation of freedmen in the decade following the Civil War? A)Each was given 40 acres of land and a mule by the Union government B)All were immediately granted political equality by the Emancipation Proclamation
  49. World History

    4. What was a consequence of British imperial rule in India? a. Indian culture exceled and the people of the country became wealthy. b. Indian people were massacred in Jallianwala Bagh and their culture decimated. c. Gandhi became a prominent leader for
  50. math

    the annual per capita consumption of fresh oranges in pounds in the united states can be approximated by a normal distribution, with a mean of 9.9 pounds and a standard deviation of 2.5 pounds. what largest annual per capita consumption of oranges that can
  51. Math

    On January 1, 1984 there were 548 more commercial television stations than educational stations in the United States. There were 831 commercial television stations. How many television stations were there in 1984? I think the answer is 1114 stations. Is
  52. English

    1. Who made the cake? 2. By whom was the cake made? 3. Whom was the cake made by? (Which one is the passive voce sentence of #1?) 4. What made you angry? 5. By what were you made angry? 6. Who bought the pen? 7. By whom was the pen bought? (Is each pair
  53. Accounting for Managers

    Question 1 of 20 5.0 Points Which of the following products probably would be manufactured using a job order costing system? A. Paper B. Baseball cards C. Computer monitors D. Company business cards Reset Selection Mark for Review What's This? Question 2
  54. English

    Literary Analysis: Character and Characterization Read the selection. Then, answer the questions that follow. People who don’t know Harry tend to underestimate him. They cast a skeptical eye on his typical outfit: ragged jeans and shirts that bear
  55. English

    Literary Analysis: Character and Characterization Read the selection. Then, answer the questions that follow. People who don’t know Harry tend to underestimate him. They cast a skeptical eye on his typical outfit: ragged jeans and shirts that bear
  56. English

    Literary Analysis: Character and Characterization Read the selection. Then, answer the questions that follow. People who don’t know Harry tend to underestimate him. They cast a skeptical eye on his typical outfit: ragged jeans and shirts that bear
  57. English

    Literary Analysis: Character and Characterization Read the selection. Then, answer the questions that follow. People who don’t know Harry tend to underestimate him. They cast a skeptical eye on his typical outfit: ragged jeans and shirts that bear
  58. english

    Literary Analysis: Character and Characterization Read the selection. Then, answer the questions that follow.People who don’t know Harry tend to underestimate him. They cast a skeptical eye on his typical outfit: ragged jeans and shirts that bear
  59. U.S. History

    1. What part of the United States saw the greatest expansion in rail lines by 1890? A: The West saw the greatest expansion in rail lines by 1890.
  60. eth

    bilingualism in education and politics in the United States http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/JWCRAWFORD/biling.htm http://dolphin.upenn.edu/~scoronel/bilingualism.html http://www.pch.gc.ca/progs/lo-ol/biling/hist_e.cfm
  61. American Government

    "In politics, a political party acts as a 'bonding agent' to ensure the good performance of it's candidates and elected officeholders." USE THE QUOTATION TO ANSWER THE QUESTION 1. How do parties typically ensure the good performance of their candidates? A.
  62. Letter (language) plz help

    Dear Mayor Ralston 1. I would like to bring an important matter to your attention. The field at the Corner of the Country Road and Smithfield road is up for sale. The owner, Reginald Cooper is willing to sale the property to the city for a children's park.
  63. college application short response

    Thank you for anyone that helps me about my college application. (Thank you for your suggestions, Writeacher, I re-writed my paragraph.) In the space provided below, please describe which of these activities has had the most meaning for you, and why. I was
  64. Japan

    Which describes a difference between life in Japan and life in the United States? (A) More people in the U.S attend school. (B) Japan's growth is greatly limited by its geographical space. (C) Japanese people must work multiple jobs in order to make ends
  65. Language Arts need help now!

    "Tara aren't you going to try out for the school play?" asked Bill. "Auditions are in a few minutes." "No, Nita is trying out for the lead. She's a much better singer than I am. I don't have a chance." Bill was a kind and helpful boy. He hated seeing Tara
  66. History

    Which best analyzes criticisms of the New Deal? a.The New Deal was seen as promoting American dependency on the federal government. b.The New Deal was widely condemned for decreasing the power of the United States Supreme Court. c.The New Deal was
  67. us history

    18. Which of the following is a notable influence of Native American culture on the geography of the United States? Many places are named using Native American words. Native Americans created safe passages through mountain areas. Many of the cities today
  68. History

    Which best analyzes criticisms of the New Deal? a.The New Deal was seen as promoting American dependency on the federal government. b.The New Deal was widely condemned for decreasing the power of the United States Supreme Court. c.The New Deal was
  69. history

    1. Which is an event of the progressive Era enacted by the local government in south Carolina? a. The first grange chapter was established for farmers b. The grandfather clause gave poor whites the right to vote c. Blacks were disfranchised through a poll
  70. 7th American History

    I am working on a assignment the problem is: Be able to explain how transportation innovations of the time period affected migration patterns in the United States. Be able to talk about different types of transportation innovations, how they these
  71. History

    US History Crossword Puzzle 1. 9 letters; areas of Mississippi and Alabama characterized by black soil and excellent cotton-growing conditions 2. 13 letters; cotton-producing region of the southern United States How did the Free-Soil Party propose to
  72. Science

    There are more earthquakes along the western coast of the United States than along the eastern coast. Explain. thank you Where do earthquakes tend to occur, in terms of the tectonic plates of the earth?
  73. CHECK MY ANSWERS American Government

    my answers have * next to them 1. A political system that separates the law-making and law-enforcing branches is called what? (1 point) a federal system a parliamentary system a presidential system*** a unitary system 2. Which of the following statements
  74. Civics

    For what reason might the United States government raise taxes instead of borrowing money to pay for a new government service? A. To avoid increasing the flow of money in the economy B. To avoid having to change the federal interest rate C. To demonstrate
  75. Stats

    The following data represent the number of live births in the United States in 2007 for women 15 to 49 years old. Age Live Births 15 - 19 445,045 20 - 24 1,082,837 25 - 29 1,208,405 30 - 34 962,179 35 - 39 499,916 40 - 44 105,071 45 - 49 7,349 Find the
  76. eth 125

    • Consider these questions: What are the most significant similarities between the Chinese American and Japanese American [cultural] experiences? What are the differences? (Schaefer, 2006, p. 352) • Choose from any of the following topics when
  77. U.S. History

    Which answer best explains how the Articles of Confederation established governmental roles in regards to a system of currency? Both Congress and the states could print and borrow money. The states printed their own money. There was no national money.
  78. english II

    error in position of modifiers. answer is c. A.Thor, the Norse god of thunder, was a fearless warrior and the adversary of giants. B. Although Henry James settled permanently in England, he examined the impact of European civilization on American life.
  79. American Government

    Who counts the Electoral College vote? House of Representatives*** Senate state legislatures Supreme Court
  80. government

    what exactly do we have to do U.S. Constitution, Article I, Section 7, clause 2: Every Bill which shall have passed the House of Representatives and the Senate Evidence of action in the document-
  81. American Constitutional Law

    Who may declare war? A. President B. House of Representatives C. Senate D. Entire Congress I am torn between A & D (but leaning toward D). Please help.
  82. Health

    How do states handle access to non-identifying information for a party to an adoption? A. All states allow access to such information to anyone interested in it. B. All states allow an adoptive parent or a guardian of an adoptee to access the information.
  83. language arts

    choose which metaphor, melting pot or salad bowl, you think is best for the united states and explain why. I said melting pot because: - people from different cultures marry and have children - people from different cultures assimilate into our country -
  84. Geography (Ms. Sue)

    1). How does the population of brazil resemble that of the United States? A: The population of Brazil resembles that of the United States as both of these countries' populations consist of a diverse mixture of ethnic groups. 2). Which European country sent
  85. History

    4.)Slavery was defended for many reasons in the 1800s. A.)Which opinion best explains why some citizens of free states might support slavery? B.)Slaves were needed to build railroads and new cities in the west. C.)Escaped slaves should not be protected by
  86. history multiple choice

    passage of the neutrality acts of 1935, 1936, and 1937 by the U.S. resulted in all of the following EXCEPT: a. abandonment of the traditional policy of freedom of the seas b. a decline in the navy and other armed forces c. making no distinction whatever
  87. college statistics

    In Chapter 5, Exercise 9, we studied the variability of crime rates and police expenditures in the eastern and Midwestern United States. We’ve now been asked to investigate the hypothesis that the number of crimes is related to police expenditures per
  88. English

    The classroom has 10 short/low chirs, 10 tall/high chairs, 10 small desks, 10 big desks, 5 windows, and 20 lockers. (Did I use correct adjectives? Would you check them?)
  89. history (reed)

    .1 Which is an event of the progressive Era enacted by the local government in south Carolina? a. The first grange chapter was established for farmers b. The grandfather clause gave poor whites the right to vote c. Blacks were disfranchised through a poll
  90. Econ

    The nominal interest rate is 12 percent per year in Canada and 8 percent per year in the United States. Suppose that the real interest rates are equalized in the two countries and that purchasing-power parity holds. A friend proposes a get-rich-quick
  91. Economics

    The nominal interest rate is 12 percent per year in Canada and 8 percent per year in the United States. Suppose that the real interest rates are equalized in the two countries and that purchasing-power parity holds. A friend proposes a get-rich-quick
  92. English

    I Need Help In English? First off, I'd like to introduce myself. My name is Anta and I'm currently a Senior and have to do this online course to graduate and I am basically left with no choice but to teach myself. The lesson I'm on now has been quite a
  93. science (check please (:)

    Luther Burbank was a plant breeder who developed a strain of potato plant that produced more tubers (the part of the root that people eat) of larger size than other potato plants that were grown on farms at the time. This strain of potato was also
  94. science (any tutor)

    Luther Burbank was a plant breeder who developed a strain of potato plant that produced more tubers (the part of the root that people eat) of larger size than other potato plants that were grown on farms at the time. This strain of potato was also
  95. U.S. History (Check)(REED)

    1. Why did Marcus Garvey call for African Americans to settle in Africa? A: Marcus Garvey called for African Americans to settle in Africa because he believed African Americans would never find justice or freedom in America. 2. What were some of the
  96. World History

    Which best analyzes criticisms of the New Deal? The New Deal was widely condemned for decreasing the power of the United States Supreme Court. The New Deal was denounced for increasing the national debt and reach of the federal government. The New Deal was
  97. English

    Literary Analysis: Character and Characterization Read the selection. Then, answer the questions that follow. People who don’t know Harry tend to underestimate him. They cast a skeptical eye on his typical outfit: ragged jeans and shirts that bear
  98. Language Arts

    There is little, if any,m "storm" in the new movie Storm Fever. Aren't actors supposed to act, and aren't directors supposed to direct? Actor Robert Pierre seems to wander aimlessly around the set. And director Sue Smith can't seem to figure out to present
  99. English

    1. They made a mistake. 2. They made two mistakes in composition. 3. They made few misatakes in writing. 4. They made some mistakes because they didn't know how to solve the problems. 5. Don't be afraid of making mistakes when you speak English. Be bold
  100. essay

    As a immigrant, I know that I have less chance to get into the University of California than other people. But I never give up the thought of getting into UC. As I mentioned before, I have taken as many college prep classes I could to meet the UC's