1. anthropology

    In every culture, cultural constructs will be found. What are the cultural constructs found in the U.S., and how are they used to define gender in society? Compare gender constructs in Pastoralist societies. What differences do you find between the United
  2. Math Help

    The number y of daily fee golf facilities in the United States from 1995 to 2003 can be represented by the following model where t represents the year with t = 5 corresponding to 1995. y=4381+1883.6lnt 5=t=13 During which year did the number of daily fee
  3. social studies(updated answers)

    8.Which region of Mexico is best for growing crops? A.Baja California B.Southern Mexico Plateau (I PICK THIS) C.Yucatán D.Northwestern Mexico 9.Like the United States, the government of Mexico is A.breaking away from a one-party system. B.an established
  4. social studies

    Where can I find information on: "What products might we get from the seven major regions of the United States?" (Great Lakes, Mountain, Southwest, Northeast, Plains, Pacific, Southeast) This encyclopedia article discusses the regions of the U.S. The
  5. Social Studies

    "We hold these truths to be self evident, that all Men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unaliable rights,..." -The Unanimous Declaration of the Thirteen United States of America Which of the following best paraphrases
  6. Math

    Please check my answer thanks You bought 4 chairs for $22.oo each a table for $212 and an umbrella for $85 what is the total bill if your sales tax rate is 6% 22x4=88 then add 88 212 + 85 ___________________ 385 x 6% _________________
  7. bussiness math

    what is the actual cost. you buy 12 rocking chairs wholesale. The invoice list price is $420. the series discounts are 20/10; the discounts are 3/10, 2/15, 1/25, 0/30. you pay the bill 12 days after recieving it.
  8. GOVERNMENT

    Why did the makers of the Constitution provide "Filters" between the voters and the U.S. Senate and the presidency? The French revolution convinced many that the masses sometimes got out of hand, so in the Constitution, the States Legislatures chose the
  9. PROBABILITY

    5.70 The probability is 1 in 4,000,000 that a single auto trip in the United States will result in a fatality. Over a lifetime, an average U.S. driver takes 50,000 trips. (a) What is the probability of a fatal accident over a lifetime? Explain your
  10. MAth

    Country Currency Rate U.S $ 1.0 Austria Schilling 11.465 Finland Markka 4.954 United KIngdom Pound 0.572 She bought plane ticket for 150 pounds in the united kingdom. How much would it cost in Austria?
  11. Global

    Human rights and self-determination were proclaimed after WWII by 1. the French colonial rulers 2. the United Nations charter 3. the Soviet Union 4. the white South African leaders Is the correct answer 2. the United Nations charter?
  12. english checking

    I was wondering if I paraphrased correctly. The original article is:(my work is at the end ) Known as the "Napoleon of the women's rights movement," Susan B. Anthony was the co-founder (with Elizabeth Cady Stanton) of the National Woman Suffrage
  13. Social Studies

    2. The new boundary line set by the Adams-Onis Treaty had which of these effects? 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
  14. Phisycs

    Lake Point Tower in Chicago is the tallest apartment building in the United States (although not the tallest building in which there are apartments).Suppose you take the elevator from street level to the roof of the building.The elevator moves almost the
  15. United States-Centric Views comparison

    500 word post on What viewpoints on Muslim and arab American and Christian American groups? Please note that we don't do students' homework for them. Our tutors try to give you the information to help you complete your assignment on your own. If there's
  16. history

    1-Which of the following statements about literary movements is NOT true? (1 point) A A literary movement is a period that shares a particular set of ideas, concerns, or characteristics. B Ideas, concerns, or characteristics may be shared by literary
  17. 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; Q = a + bP + cM + dPr Where Q is the
  18. chemistry

    In the United States, water used for irrigation is measured in acre-feet. An acre-foot of water covers an acre to a depth of exactly 1 foot. An acre is 4840 yd^2. If desalinated water costs $1950 per acre-foot, how much does desalinated water cost per
  19. English

    Choose the past form or the past participle for the underlined verb We /sell/ dozens of magazine subscriptions last week sold*** selled have selled no error Until this morning, they /kept/ the secrete to themselves keep keeped keeping no error*** The
  20. math

    The number of people in the United states with mobile cellular phones was about 142 million in 2002 and about 255 million in 2007. if the growth in mobile cellular phones was linear, what was the approximate rate of growth per year from 2002 to 2007.
  21. history #4

    Check please?~?~ i think its C. or A. 1.Which is an example of place? A. the Pacific Northwest B. a town with a big-box store C. Washington state's Mount Rainier D. the states and parts of states known as Appalachia
  22. checking if i paraphrased correctly

    I was wondering if I paraphrased correctly. The original article is:(my work is at the end ) Known as the "Napoleon of the women's rights movement," Susan B. Anthony was the co-founder (with Elizabeth Cady Stanton) of the National Woman Suffrage
  23. managerial economics

    A study by the Computer Manufacturers Association of America analyzed the significant increase in the usage of computers by business firms in the United States over the last two decades. In terms of production theory, one might say the computer--labor
  24. managerial economics

    A study by the Computer Manufacturers Association of America analyzed the significant increase in the usage of computers by business firms in the United States over the last two decades. In terms of production theory, one might say the computer--labor
  25. Social Studies

    PLEASE EXPLAIN IN YOUR OWN WORDS PLEASE PLEASE HELP IN YOUR OWN WORDS PLEASE. :( :( I REALLY NEED HELP PLEASE HELP ME PLEASE :( :( 1) Explain the similarities and differences between corporate farms and mixed-crop farms. 2) Identify two problems resulting
  26. Social Studies

    PLEASE EXPLAIN IN YOUR OWN WORDS PLEASE PLEASE HELP IN YOUR OWN WORDS PLEASE. :( :( 1) Explain the similarities and differences between corporate farms and mixed-crop farms. 2) Identify two problems resulting from urban sprawl in the western region of the
  27. Algebra 2

    For the period 1990-2002, the number s (in thousands)lf cellular telephone subscribers in the United States can be modified by S=858t^2 + 1412t + 4982 where t is the number of years since 1990. In what year did the number of subscribers reach 50 million?
  28. Ms. Sue can you please help me? ^^

    Which statement best describes the effects of the American revolution on women? A. the political rights of women were reduced B. women had to take on many responsibilities C. many women were forced to serve in the army D. the declaration of independence
  29. Language Arts help please

    Choose the word(s) that the italicized phrase modifies or describes. 1. According to this map, the smallest region in the United States is New England. (*is New England* is italicized) map smallest region Unted States 2. DynaTAC800X, the nation's first
  30. math statistics

    Hello I am having trouble trying to figure out how to do this probability 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 strong and
  31. World history; Check:P

    City States: 1,How does an empire differ from a city-state? A city-state is an independent country whose territory consists of a city which is not administered as part of another local government. An empire is a geographically extensive group of states and
  32. social studies

    How are public policy decisions made? Are the made based on what voters want? Are they made to avoid risk entirely or do they involve a balance of risk and benefits? Or do they include substantial risk? I am not sure.
  33. Government

    Suppose major officeholders from one particular party are not performing well, and this party is not monitoring these officeholders. In what ways could this situation affect the party as a whole? In the United States, the popularity of the poorly
  34. Social studies

    How did the Indian removal act of 1830 go against the war Chester versus Georgia ruling A. It extended a military campaign against Native American peoples who had farmland B. It notified all previous treaties that protected the interests of Georgians
  35. chacking if i paraphrased correctly helppppppppppp

    I was wondering if I paraphrased correctly. The original article is:(my work is at the end ) Known as the "Napoleon of the women's rights movement," Susan B. Anthony was the co-founder (with Elizabeth Cady Stanton) of the National Woman Suffrage
  36. Human Services

    This is late can somebody look at my answers and tell me if they are correct? I have to choose one of the following: A. bandwagon—the idea that “everybody” does this or believes this B. categorical statements—stating something in a way that implies
  37. Goverment

    1: Asha lives in a nation that has a legislature and a prime minister. Citizens in her country vote in elections to elect their legislative representatives. Then parliment appoints the prime minister. Does Asha's nation have a limited or an unlimited
  38. Social Studies PLEASE HELP ME

    Asha lives in a nation that has a legislature and a prime minister. Citizens in her country vote in elections to elect their legislative representatives. Then parliament appoints the prime minister. 1: Does Asha's nation have a limited or an unlimited
  39. science

    THE WOOLY WORM HUNT is an exciting "game" where the students are the Predators, hunting the great (and desirable) wooly worm. The class is given 60 seconds to pick up as many colored wooly worms as possible from the 1400 worms scattered across the Prep's
  40. probability problem

    The probability is 1 in 4,000,000 that a single auto trip in the United States will result in a fatality. Over a lifetime, an average U.S. driver takes 50,000 trips. (a) What is the probability of a fatal accident over a lifetime? Explain your reasoning
  41. apush

    how could trusts purchase a senate seat in the late nineteenth century? what bias did the founding fathers demostarte in their procedure for electing senators?
  42. History

    In what part of the Great Compromise are the ideas of the Virginia Plan represented? the Senate the House of Representatives the Office of the President the Unicameral Legislature I think A or B. Help?
  43. government

    if no candidat receives a majority of the electoral votes, the president is chosen by a. both houses of congress b. the house of representatives c. the senate d. a new popular vote a.
  44. american government

    the powerful but unofficial post of president of the senate involves steering floor action to a party benefit. is true or flase im not sure
  45. social studies

    Q. Why were the delegates carful to preserve the separation of powers? A. Could it be because they don't want one body to be the sole ruler and decision maker. Both congress and senate should have a say?
  46. Social Studies

    What group believed President Lincoln's Reconstruction plan was too easy? Choices are: A. Democrats B. Freedmen C. U.S. Senate D. Radical Republicans
  47. Civics

    What is a congressional fact-finding trip known as? Fill in the missing blank. In both the House and the Senate -------- do the detailed, daily work of considering proposed legislation?
  48. human rescource management (am i correct)

    For your final project, you will develop documentation for human resources professionals to manage a specific employment position. The materials you create would assist HR professionals in the four functions of job analysis, selection, orientation, and
  49. economics

    18. (Shifts in the PPF) Terrorist attacks foster instability and may affect productivity over the short and long term. Do you think the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon affected short- or long term
  50. Health

    List at least 3 current (2005-present) statistics on gonorrhea. 1. Approx. 75% of all reported cases of gonorrhea are found in people who are 15 to 29 years of age. 2.The highest rates of infection are usually found in women who are 20 to 24 years of age.
  51. US history HELP

    All of the following statements about the Battle of Midway are true EXCEPT that: 1. ( They never retreated :S ) the Japanese navy was forced into retreat less than six months after Pearl Harbor 2.(possible) the battle began with another Japanese surprise
  52. Social Studies check my answers

    The united sates belongs to which of the following international assctations?Select all that apply. (there is two answers) 1 warsaw pact 2 united nations*** 3 league of nations*** 4 briti ommowealth 5 north atlantic treaty organization
  53. history SUE HELP MEEEE

    For many years, the only currency that oil-producing countries would accept for their oil was the United States dollar. What would happen to the value of the dollar if the demand for oil were to increase? Nothing, since the demand for oil cannot increase.
  54. Math

    The per capita public debt (in thousands of dollars) of the United States for the years 1940 to 1990 appears below. Create a scatterplot and determine a trend line. Based on your scatterplot, what do you expect the per capita public debt to be in 2020?
  55. I am having trouble with this homework question ,

    Here is the probability model for the blood type of a randomly chosen person in the United States. Blood type O A B AB Probability 0.53 0.21 0.03 0.23 What is the probability that a randomly chosen American does not have type O blood? % Round to the
  56. Social Studies

    Asha lives in a nation that has a legislature and a prime minister. Citizens in her country vote in elections to elect their legislative representatives. Then parliament appoints the prime minister. 1: Does Asha's nation have a limited or an unlimited
  57. Language arts

    In an essay, explain how the alliteration in full fathom five helps convey the atmosphere of the poem. Think about where is the poem is set and what is described. Then, give two examples of alliteration in the poem, and describe how they add to the
  58. Language Arts

    In an essay, explain how the alliteration in full fathom five helps convey the atmosphere of the poem. Think about where is the poem is set and what is described. Then, give two examples of alliteration in the poem, and describe how they add to the
  59. Soc. Studies

    What was the Compromise of 1850? A.the simultaneous admission of Maine and Missouri as states in order to preserve the balance between slave and free states in the Union B.the agreement that allowed California to enter the union as a free state C.the bill
  60. Geography Report (Ms. Sue)

    I know you told me to not post a rough draft, but I am struggling to write my first paragraph. I do not know if this even relates to the first theme of geography, which is location. Ms. Sue, please, although I haven't even complete this paragraph yet,
  61. World history

    What was an impact of the United States entry into World War 1? A-the arrival of fresh troops to the allied side forced Germany to agree to cease-fire within a year. B-Britain shifted most of its troops to the eastern front because they were no longer
  62. History

    "When the war ended in 1945, two-thirds of all American men between the ages of 18 and 34 were in uniform. Experts feared that without wartime production, many returning soldiers might have trouble finding jobs. Unemployment would rise, and the economy
  63. Reading

    29. Whig Committee of New York, 199 Whig National Convention of 1852, 132-33 Whig National Convention of 1856, 168 Whig Party, 9, 10, 22, 26, 55, 71, 88-90, 132, 167 agenda of, 43-44 demise of, 130, (NNN) NNNNllllinois election and, 149 of New York,
  64. Government Check

    1.)The President's power to veto congressional legislation and the requirement that Congress confirm the President's nominees to the Supreme Court are both examples of what? a.)Checks and balances b.)Civil rights c.)=Limited government d.)Judicial review
  65. History

    13.)Which answer best explains how slavery was an issue in relation to the Mexican-American War? A.)The spread in slave trading to Asia caused disagreements amongst Americans. B.)There was a great deal of disagreement over whether slaves should fight in
  66. precal

    The Census Bureau reported that the population of the United States in 1995 was 262.9 million. Referring to the statistics on the second page of the Background Information for Project 4, how many crimes committed in 1995 occurred in the South? The
  67. cda

    For school-age children, the environment must include a separate area where children have _______ to do their homework. A. a library and computer B. tables and chairs C. books and encyclopedias D. pens and pencils my answer is c
  68. Quick English check

    Write in the best response for each statement below using the words: Analytical, cognitive, deem, empirical, induced, inferred, obtain, paradigm, speculate, stratagem. 1. The neurosurgeon studies the effects of trauma on the COGNITIVE processes of the
  69. World History

    1. The purpose of American and European imperialism in the Pacific was mainly to gain a. markets for manufactured products b. coaling stations and naval bases c. sources of raw materials d. places for surplus populations I'm not sure between A and C 8.
  70. journ please revise

    My name is Maria X, I am a Cuban American migrated to the United States with my family in 1970. We came to the United States to flee Cuba's miserable economic and political conditions. My dad was a welder earning $8 a month and my mom was a seamstress
  71. Physics 221

    Hydraulic engineers in the United States often use, as a unit of volume of water, the acre-foot, defined as the volume of water that will cover 1 acre of land to depth of 1 ft.(feet) A severe thunderstorm dumped 2.0in. (inches) of rain in 30 minutes on a
  72. Aviation Security

    Question 1 of 20 Why is microwave holographic imaging not being used as a security measure in U.S. airports? A. The cost is prohibitive. B. It violates the Fourth Amendment rights of passengers. C. It issues too many false alarms. D. Each passenger must
  73. Social Studies (History)

    Why was the United States a "salad bowl" rather than a "melting pot"? "Salad bowl" means everybody is not the same and "melting pot" means everybody is the same. I said The U.S. is a "salad bowl" because everyone is treated differently, they are judged
  74. Miya

    what was one strength of the articles of confederation? A. It allowed states to make decisions for themselves. •• B. it gave the federal government power to impose taxes. C. It gave congress the authority to overturn decisions made by the president. D.
  75. Math HELP PLEASE

    What was one strength of the Articles of Confederation? A it allowed states to make decisions for themselves B it gave the federal government power to impose taxes C it gave congress the authority to over turn decisions made by the president D it provided
  76. Geography/History

    Multiple select. The dissolution of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics _____. 1) had no effect on the United States 2) affected nations throughout the world 3) reduced the number of Communist nations in the world 4) increased the number of Communist
  77. History

    Which of these was President Lincoln's central goal during the Civil War? A.To end slavery in all U.S. states B.To preserve the Union****** C.To keep the U.S. economy from collapsing D.To punish the Southern states for seceding Is it B
  78. American History

    In New England, the town is a major unit of local government. Except for a few major cities, each of the six states in the region is divided into towns. Each town generally includes all of the rural and the urban areas within its boundaries. Which best
  79. US History

    A treaty was signed in 1842 to end the border dispute between the United States and Britain in Maine. Which best expresses the end result for Britain? the British lost all the territory in Maine The British territory was bigger than that of the U.S. The
  80. science

    Can someone please give me a good website (other than wikipedia)on the four natural selection. -Thank you
  81. Evolution/Biology

    What does the statement "The environment directs natural selection" mean?
  82. Human Resources

    Name three selection tools that you would consider using to hire a police officer.
  83. IT 210

    I need help with Sequential and selection processing control structures Appendix G
  84. Language

    Determine which of the following is a statement of fact from the reading selection The Hindenburg
  85. statistical applications

    when is random sampling not the best approach to sample selection?
  86. Biology

    Describe an example of how natural selection influence the evolution of a particular species.
  87. science

    Are humans subject to the same pressures of natural selection as other organisms? Why or why not?
  88. biology

    Describe the concept of natural selection. Give some examples.
  89. social studies

    1. In what way did both the U.S. government and its citizens benefit from the war? (WWII) A. The government was able to defeat U.S. enemies, and citizens could freely travel. B. The government was able to enforce its isolationist policy, and citizens could
  90. geometry

    Joey plots a point P on the line AB, as shown. Which statement is true? Answer A:There are only two points on the line AB because a postulate states that a line is drawn through two points. B:There is only one point on the line AB because a theorem states
  91. English- Due @ 8

    Please chech for any errors and let me know if I need to change please correct it for me. Obesity is one of the major causes of health problems in the United States. According to Charles Schmidt, obesity is starting to catch up with smoking, which is
  92. science lab

    I did this lab experiment below and I am stumped this question:given the current warming trend of our planet, over time (generations of parents and offspring) what do you predict will happen to the species of wooly worms? THE WOOLY WORM HUNT is an exciting
  93. SOCIAL STUDIES

    Why did nuclear arms remain a threat after the Cold War? A.)Israel, India, and Pakistan refused to reduce their stocks of nuclear weapons. B.)The old Soviet Union was unwilling to sign START, the arms-reduction treaty. C.)The United States had shared too
  94. History PLEASE PLEASE HELP

    5.Which of the following best summarizes why the Missouri Compromise needed to be replaced by the Compromise of 1850? (5 points) A.)Members of Congress wanted to end the question of slavery in the U.S. B.)The U.S. wanted to sell the territory gained after
  95. business statistics

    The average length of a flight by regional airlines in the United States has been reported as 299 miles. If a simple random sample of 30 flights by regional airlines were to have ȭ = 413/6 miles and s= 42.8 miles, would this tend to cast doubt on
  96. Math -___-

    The table below shows the percentage of households that own a microwave in different countries. Constuct a stem-and-leaf plot of the data. Use the ‘|’ key (Shift + \ on most keyboards, just beside the backspace key) to create the line between the stems
  97. English

    Rewrite all of the following sentences so they are in the active voice. Some sentences could contain more than one passive verb; correct them all. The Montgomery Avenue sink hole was finally repaired today by county employees after extended work delays. My
  98. chem

    Once made by heating wood in the absence of air, methanol (CH3OH) is now made by reacting carbon monoxide and hydrogen at high pressure: CO(g)+2H2(g)→CH3OH(l) How many grams of CH3OH can be made from 40.0g of CO if it all reacts?
  99. Business Statistics

    Suppose that in the past, 94% of all Hispanic grocery shoppers were women. Perhaps due to changing cultural values, we believe that more Hispanic men are now grocery shopping. We randomly sample 689 Hispanic grocery shoppers from around the United States
  100. History

    Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions Webster Hayne Debate Harford Convention Nullification Crisis The events above all have which concept in common A.states rights B.manifest destiny C.Womens suffrage D.freedom of religion A? The doctrine of nullification