1. Language Arts

    Which of the following sentences contains parallelism? A. We sold two bikes at the garage sale, and we also sold four chairs, as well as receiving offers for three lamps. B. I perfer new things, but some people like to buy things that other people have
  2. SAT essay

    Most of us tend to accept the opinions of the authority because we believe that those who are in the position of authority are more likely to know the truth and make wise decisions. However, the people in authority can sometimes make mistakes. If we stick
  3. English

    1. Select the letter of the choice that best completes the meaning of the following sentence: In the early 1900s, Americans who _____ reform and _____ new laws were called progressives. a. denounced...espoused b. advocated...hindered c.
  4. Social Studies

    Whitney wanted to speed up the making of guns by having machines manufacture each part. All machine-made parts would be alike—for example, one trigger would be identical to another. Identical parts would fit together with all other parts, and gunsmiths
  5. child

    Suppose that, in your opinion, children need a highly structured environment in which the teacher guides the children and free selection of activities is kept to a minimum. Which program philosophy would you most likely adopt? A. Montessori B.
  6. Technical Communication

    I have to rewrite a letter to a local newspaper. Original Text: your application for the advertised position has been forwarded to our personnel office. As the selection process moves forward, we will be in touch. Thank you for your interest. I have to
  7. Living environment

    The process of natural selection is based on the assumption that (1) environmental changes will cause changes in body structures in individuals (2) most changes from generation to generation are the result of mutations (3)part of the population of
  8. Civics

    Which statement about officials found in various forms of government is least accurate? A. A confederation would likely have several states with powerful state senators. B. A parliamentary government would likely have a prime minister elected by the
  9. Physics

    Air conditioners sold in the United States are given a seasonal energy-efficiency ratio (SEER) rating that consumers can use to compare different models. A SEER rating is the ratio of heat pumped to energy input, similar to a COP but using English units,
  10. History

    How did the Nullification Crisis reflect Andrew Jackson's policies? Jackson refused to support laws that would set up a national bank. Jackson supported a strong central government to enforce federal laws. Jackson thought states should not use federal
  11. social studies

    what issue or events highlighted the insufficiently of the power of the central government under the articles of confederation? the central government's inability to impose takes on states the laws congress created relative to the northwest territory the
  12. My last three questions. please.

    opposition to the constitution came from substantial majorities in which of the following three states populous states? A) North Carolina, Virginia and Pennsylvania b) Virginia, Massachusetts, New York c) Massachusetts, pennsylvania, georgia d) North
  13. bioloy

    Choose ONE animal species. Your goal is to describe the way in which an evolutionary change might occur for a particular characteristic (trait) of a population of that species as a result of natural selection. The characteristic (trait) could be something
  14. Influential Ideas and Events Quiz( Check Answers)

    (The sign "*" means that's my answer I chose for the question) Part A What is the basic independent unit of world politics? a) country b) province c) nation* d) organization Part B Which of the following groups is an example of the basic unit you selected
  15. Civics

    Larry, a United States citizen, is planning to take a European vacation. Most European nations use the euro as their currency. Just before his vacation, the value of the euro drops in international currency trading markets. How would this change in value
  16. testing and selection of dogs

    please check this for me thank you A dog with a strong prey drive has A. difficulty learning to obey. B. a vicious nature. C. a strong urge to chase and capture prey. D. a willingness to defend itself against preying animals. I said C
  17. CHECK MY ANSWERS American Government

    Sorry to post this again. no one got back to me before. *** by my answer, please check!! 1. Which of the following is true about the formal amendment process for the Constitution? (1 point) Any citizen may propose an amendment. Only Congress may propose an
  18. english

    In each of the following sentences, correct any word that requires a capitalization. 1. The lawyer’s office is located on North Pleasant Street. 2. My uncle lives farther West than grandmother. 3. I’d like to move to the South by next summer. 4. The
  19. Civics

    6.   If both the president and the vice president are unable to fulfill their duties, who takes over as president?  A. President pro tempore of the Senate B. Attorney general C. Speaker of the House D. Secretary of state "In the case that the
  20. U.S. GOVERNMENT

    the argument has beenmade that the federal government exercises far toomuch power over thedaily lives of all citizens and much of this [power needs to be returned to the states. it is blieved that the states are best capable of protecting the rights of the
  21. Sociology

    Please check my answers. My answers have * by them. 1. In _______, citizenship in the society automatically makes a person a member of the religion. A. churches* B. sects C. ecclesia D. cults 2. Jews, Christians, and Muslims all believe in one God who, as
  22. Psychological Statistics

    Post a behavioral research situation that could use a Pearson coefficient research study and a chi square research study. Present the rationale for each selection. Be very specific in your presentation.
  23. college statistics

    Post a behavioral research situation that could use a Pearson coefficient research study and a chi square research study. Present the rationale for each selection. Be very specific in your presentation.
  24. statistics,math

    Post a behavioral research situation that could use a Pearson coefficient research study and a chi square research study. Present the rationale for each selection. Be very specific in your presentation
  25. Social Studies. Please help!

    Whitney wanted to speed up the making of guns by having machines manufacture each part. All machine-made parts would be alike-for example, one trigger would be identical to another. Identical parts would fit together with all other parts, and gunsmiths
  26. American Government

    When the framers created the legislative branch of government. why did they decided that this branch would have a bicameral structure? *A- They wanted to ensure equal representation for each of the thirteen states. *B- The Framers formed a bicameral
  27. Grammar

    Are these correctly answered?- Choose the answer that best completes the sentence: 1.Painting the door in the storage area were Lizzie and ______ A.she B.her C.them D.me A 2.Each of the boys had prepared _____ remarks well. A.his B.their A 3.Carefully
  28. Sociology

    CheckPoint: Sociological Research Methods • Resources: Ch. 1, the Applying Theory table on p. 14, and the Summing Up table on p. 19 in Society: The Basics; and the Online Library • Due Date: Day 5 [post to the Individual forum] • Search the Online
  29. CULTURAL DIVERSITY

    Give a copy of Appendix D to a friend or family member and ask that person to complete the table contained therein. In doing so, your chosen participant will consider what he or she thinks are the common United States-centric viewpoints on Muslim and Arab
  30. Language

    People have been making maps for hundreds of years. Christopher Columbus used maps when he sailed to the "New World." At that time, most people thought Earth was flat, and all of the maps they used were flat, too. Of course, Columbus's maps were not
  31. Language Arts

    Can you check my answer? Matt hiked the trail yesterday. It made him tired. Which sentence combines the two sentences using a gerund phrase? A- hiking the trail yesterday made Matt tired B- Matt hiked the trail and it made him tired. My answer C-It made
  32. math

    During the soccer season, richard attempted 80 goals and made about 65% of them. a. How many goals did Richard make? b. The team made a total of 327 goals. What percent of the team's made goals did Richard make? 15 goals;24.5% 52 goals;15.9% 61 goals;49.2%
  33. Math

    Joe's electric made 16 customer calls last week and 22 calls this week. How many calls must be made next week in order to maintain an average of at least 21 calls for the three week period? My answer was at least 19 calls must be made to maintain an
  34. economics

    Over the last 30 years in the United States, the realprice of a college education (i.e., after adjusting for inflation) has increased by almost 70 percent. Over the same period, an increasing number of high school grad- uates have sought a college
  35. social studies

    Which of the following is a check by the judicial branch on the legislative branch? 1. People elect a county judge. 2. The Supreme Court declares a law unconstitutional. 3. The Senate passes a bill with a majority vote. 4. Supreme Court justices are
  36. Science

    A scientist from the United States conducts an experiment using miles per hour to measure speed. Why might this be confusing for scientists in other countries? A) Scientists in other countries don't usually perform experiments involving speed. B)
  37. history

    hi can someone please help me with these 5 questions. 1. One manifestation of the rising democratic tide in the 1830s was a. a general raising of the political tone b. use of national nominating conventions I think it's a but i don't know why it can't be B
  38. math - still don't get it

    Karl piled twelve 1" cubes in three layers on top of a square made with four 1" cubes. What shape is the structure that Karl made? help me with the answer
  39. Math

    Rick made $33000 last year he also made $3000 selling vases at craft shows.which part of rick income is fixed income?
  40. Chemistry

    I could use some help please. Ammmonia, NH3, can be made by reacting Nitrogen with Hydrogen. N2+3H2=2NH3 How many moles of NH3 can be made if 7.5 moles of H2 react eith enough N2? Thank-you in advance for any help
  41. Social Studies 8R - HELP!

    Is the steel industry that Carnegie controlled made him a a robber baron or no what made him a robber baron is that he succeed which included exploiting workers and others.
  42. Grammar

    A longitudinal incision was made along the thenar crease. Identify parts of speech: longitudinal = noun was made = verb along = preposition thenar = adjective Thank You for your help
  43. science

    Ammonia, NH3, can be made by reacting nitrogen and hydrogen and the equation is N2 + 3H2 --> 2NH3 How many moles of NH3 can be made if 12 moles of H2 react with enough N2? mol
  44. Chemistry

    Could some explain the following question to me: Explain the differences between the intermolecualr forces in soap made from Lard and the intermolecular sources in soap made from walnut oil?
  45. algebra

    The area of a rectangle remains unchanged when it is made 5cm shorter and 5cm wider or when it is made 2cm longer and 1cm narrower. Its area, in square cm, is:
  46. MATH

    The area of a rectangle remains unchanged when it is made 1cm shorter and 1cm wider or when it is made 8cm longer and 4cm narrower. Its area, in square cm
  47. Science:Chemistry

    How does the silly putty made up of glue gel differ from the silly putty made of soap in terms of texture ? How would the touch be different and why? Chemical structure? .....?
  48. Social Studies (Check) (Reed)

    Describe how and why the suburbs became popular places to live. A: Suburbs became popular places to live as the GI Bill offered low-interest loans, making new housing more affortable during the postwar period than at any other time in American history.
  49. Chemistry

    This is meant to be simple, but for some reason I'm not getting the right answer. Question is: Perhaps the most famous horse race ever in the United States was the 1938 race between two thoroughbreds, War Admiral and Seabiscuit, both of whom stood about 15
  50. INTRO TO STATISTICS HYPOTHESIS TESTING

    Math Horizons is a publication of the Mathematical Association of America. A recent issue reports that in the United States, graduating mathematics majors who also have studied actuarial science have an average first year income of 49,600. Suppose a random
  51. U.S. History

    The are SEVEN questions below from my U.S. History take home test... any and all help would be appreciated. 1. What were the international consequences of the stock market crash in 1929? How did world leaders respond to the global depression? with what
  52. Geography

    How do the three basic geographic characteristics affect a nation? My answer: The three basic geographic characteristics affect a nation in various manners. Size affects a nation because a larger nation, such as United States, China, or Russia, has the
  53. U.S History

    5. The purpose of the progressive era was to drive reform in which of the following areas. (1 point) A. Politics and goverment B. Buisness C. Social welfare and labor conditions D. All of the above.<--- 6. During the Progressive Era, muckrakers were. (1
  54. LA

    PLEASE check my answer this is my last test and i d not want to mess up PLEASE 1. Which sentence contains an opinion? (1 point) Thomas Jefferson supported American independence from Great Britain. He was a lawyer in his home state of Virginia. Jefferson
  55. reading

    Read the passage labeled number 2 starting on p. 473 in your text. As you read, either use the Two Column Note (see directions on how to create a table below these directions) or the Spider Web graphic organizer to identify the main idea and supporting
  56. religious education

    please could someone help me find a websie about a man called billy mccurrie. i need to answer 2 questions about him:- what events made him not believe in God and what events made him believe in God. thankyou for your time to help me
  57. Math

    The owner of a bicycle factory said about 15,000 bicycles were made last month. What is the least number of bicycles that could have been made? What is the greatest number? Explain your thinking
  58. Science

    There are two objects of the same size.However, one object is made of wood, and the other object is made of plastic. Which of the following properties of the objects will be the same? A)mass B)texture C)volume D)weight Thanks!!!
  59. math

    Let say that Amy made 8 out of 21 free throws and Jane made 4 out of 21 free throws. Who had the better rate of success? Round your answer to the nearest percent.
  60. English

    1. I made up my mind to stop playing computer games. 2. I made a decision to stop playing computer games. 3. I made decisions to stop playing computer games. 4. I made a determination to stop playing computer games. 5. I made determinations to stop playing
  61. economics

    3. The following facts characterize the furniture industry in the United States:39 a. The industry has been very fragmented, so that few companies have the financial backing to make heavy investments in new technology and equipment. b. In 1998, only three
  62. pronoun (need to make sure)

    Both of the girls must give ____ speeches today. their<----- I chose this one. she her Which sentence corrects the following sentence? The final decision must be made by Ellen and he. A.) The final decision must be made by Ellen and him. <------ I
  63. writing

    I need to know if my paragraph is properly punctuated. Dear Jordyn, I am thrilled you’re moving back to town, and looking for a job. My boss, Mrs. Cartucci, is seeking a personal assistant to help manage JR’s Fashions sales department. The skills
  64. us history

    Can you check if my answers are correct? When Jewish leaders proclaimed the independent state of Israel in 1948, the USA A. refused to recognize it until democratic elections were held B. broke diplomatic relations with most Arab states C. recognized the
  65. Axia College Environmental Science

    Although most salamanders have four legs, the aquatic salamander shown below resembles an eel. It lacks hind limbs and has very tiny forelimbs. Propose a hypothesis to explain how limbless salamanders evolved according to Darwin's theory of natural
  66. sci 275 envioromental science

    Although most salamanders have four legs, the aquatic salamander shown below resembles an eel. It lacks hind limbs and has very tiny forelimbs. Propose a hypothesis to explain how limbless salamanders evolved according to Darwin's theory of natural
  67. Bio.

    System of branching divisons that biologists use to place an organism into the appropriate taxon. What would the word be that fits that definition? Here are some possible words: binomial nomenclature classification system homologous structure kingdom
  68. Spanish

    This question is based on Listening Comprehension CD 4L, Side A/Track 1, the first selection. Which sentence best describes the prince's Chinese? A. He doesn't understand a single word. B. He speaks it fluently. C. He doesn't speak it, but he understands a
  69. math

    On T.V. game show, the constestant is asked to select a door and then is rewarded with the prize behind the door selected. If the doors can be selected with equal probability. What is the expected value of the selection if the $40,000 car, a 3$ silly
  70. government

    what three issues caused the most conflict during the constitutional convention? Wheather to keep the Articles of Confederation or generate a completly new document, states rights and, Individual rights. Acording to the Word book Encyclopedia, Circa 1977.
  71. Science

    Which of the following distinguishes living things from nonliving things? A) Living things are made up of cells;nonliving things are not B) Living things are made up of atoms;nonliving things are not. C) Living things are made up of elements;nonliving
  72. Science I Need Help

    Which of the following distinguishes living things from nonliving things? A)Living things are made up of cells; nonliving things are not. B)Living things are made up of atoms; nonliving things are not. C)Living things are made up of elements; nonliving
  73. Science really need help

    Which of the following distinguishes living things from nonliving things? Living things are made up of cells; nonliving things are not*** Living things are made up atoms; nonliving things are not Living things are made up elements; nonliving things are not
  74. math

    Pick a country of your choice that is experiencing population growth. Using the Library, web resources, and/or other materials to find the most recent population count of the country you have chosen and the population growth rate of that country. Use that
  75. GEOGRAPHY

    please could someone help, i need to find information about broughton chester airbus to write an essay about it.i need to write about what is made there how the parts are transported to different places how big the factory is what alterations have been
  76. marketing

    Keeping in view the 4Ps of Marketing, describe a recent purchase you have made and suggest why that particular product was available at the store in which you made your purchase.
  77. chemistry

    Ammonia, NH3, can be made by reacting nitrogen with hydrogen. N2 + 3H2 = 2NH3 How many moles of NH3 can be made if 7.5 moles of H2 react with enough N2? Please help!
  78. math

    Karl piled twelve 1" cubes in three layers on top of a square made with four 1" cubes. What shape is the structure that Karl made?
  79. Math

    Betty made 3/4 of the baskets she attempted in a basketball game. Which other ratio is equivalent to the number of baskets Betty made? A) 6/12 B) 9/12 C) 12/20 D) 18/20 Can someone explain please.
  80. Geometry

    Nickles are made from a metal that is a mixture of nickle and copper. About how many nickles can be made if a 1 meter cubed block of this metal is melted down?
  81. Healthcare

    choose a product or service category that is at each stage of the product lifecycle--one each for introduction, growth, maturity, and decline. Explain your selection Propose strategies for effectively marketing each product or service you selected.
  82. Chemistry

    Write the balanced half reaction for the reduction and oxidation reactions for the redox reaction: 2 Mg (s) + O2 (g) -> 2 MgO (s) Notice: for this question you do not have to include a charge of zero and you do not have to include the states. Below is
  83. social studies

    The Emergency Highway Energy Conservation Act was passed in 1974. Under this act, states would only get federal highway funding if they set a speed limit of 55 mph on all four-lane highways. Why would the federal government deny funding the states instead
  84. social studies; AP US

    The Filipino insurrection led by the Aquinaldo was the result of a. the senate vote ratifying the Treaty of Paris ending the Spanish-American war b. the extension of American military occupation of Manila to the entire archipelago c. the anti-war and
  85. US Government

    The Senate is refered to as a continuos body, because not all Senators are up for re-election all at the same time. Instead, 1/3 of all Senators are up for re-election every 2 years. Meaning that about 33 seats are up for election in 2004, 33 different
  86. Social Studies

    Which of the following was one important contribution made by Benjamin Franklin during the constitutional convention? A.) He called for an end to the Articles of Confederation B.) He is known as the primary author of the U.S constitution. C.) He made a
  87. english

    i am learning english at the moment Six hundred years ago, Sir John Hawkwood arrived in Italy with a band of soldiers and settled near Florence. He soon made a name for himself and came to be known to the Italians as Giovanni Acuto. does [made a name for
  88. english

    Is this paragraph correct with capitalization and marks of punctuation Valentine’s Day is celebrated on February 14, as a romantic festival. People send their sweethearts greeting cards that say won’t you be my valentine? Children like to make their
  89. english

    Is this paragraph correct with the Capitalization and punctuation marks Valentine’s Day is celebrated on February 14, as a romantic festival. People send their sweethearts greeting cards that say “won’t you be my valentine”, Children like to make
  90. finance

    Assume that the export price of a Nissan XTerra from Osaka, Japan is ¥3,750,000. The exchange rate is ¥121.84/$. The forecast rate of inflation in the United States is 2.8% per year and is 0.6% in Japan. a. What is the export price of the XTerra at the
  91. College Math

    The longest banana split ever made was 4mi 686yd long. How many feet is that? However, a 4.55 mile banana split was made in Selinsgrove, PA., in 1988. Which is longer? (Hint: 0.55 miles is 0.55 x 5280 ft.)
  92. Simple Research

    In colonial times were there any unusual uses for their clothes? Were they made out of strange stuff? This site has information about colonial clothing. Most clothes were made of linen or wool. (Broken Link Removed)
  93. math

    dwight made 13 shots at the basketball game on friday night and made a total of 30 points. she scored 5 more two pointers than three pointers. how many of each type of baskets did she make? Also make equations to help figure it out.
  94. English

    1. The bridge is made of stone. 1-2. The bridge is made out of stone. 1-3. The bridge is made from stone. (Which one is correct?) 2. Wine is made from grapes. (Can't we use 'of' instead of 'from'?) 3. Grapes are made into wine. (Is #3 the same as #2?) 4.
  95. college math - biostatistics

    hey... first time user and really lost. wondering if someone can help: Based on data from the Statistical Abstract of the United States, 112th Edition, only about 14% of senior citizens (65 years old or older) get the flu each year. However, about 24% of
  96. Language Arts

    1. Which sentence contains an opinion? (1 point) Thomas Jefferson supported American independence from Great Britain. He was a lawyer in his home state of Virginia. Jefferson authored the Declaration of Independence, the most important document in
  97. Everst

    Suppose you are a stock market analyst specializing in the stocks of theme parks, and you are examining Disneyland’s stock. The Wall Street Journal reports that tourism has slowed down in the United States. At Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia,
  98. economics

    Suppose you are a stock market analyst specializing in the stocks of theme parks, and you are examining Disneyland’s stock. The Wall Street Journal reports that tourism has slowed down in the United States. At Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia,
  99. economics

    . Suppose you are a stock market analyst specializing in the stocks of theme parks, and you are examining Disneyland’s stock. The Wall Street Journal reports that tourism has slowed down in the United States. At Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia,
  100. C++

    #include <iostream.h> #include <stdlib.h> int main ( ) { int choice; cout << "Computer Repair" << endl; cout << "\n Does your ailing computer beeps multiable times at startup?" << endl; cin >> choice; switch