People

  1. History
    Share two examples in American history of how the people of America shifted their ideologies from one set of beliefs to another. Why did this happen? What were the political, economic and social conditions that led to this shift?
  2. math
    Out of a pool of 234 people with lottery tickets, 120 of them are women, and out of those 120, 65 are older than 23, and out of those 65, 12 are married. What is the probability that the lottery winner will be a married woman older than 25? A. 2/39 B. 23/234 C. 12/65 D. 65/234
  3. english
    'By now, everyone knows that eating right and exercising are important.' What change should be made to this sentence? A. Replace knows with knows' B. Insert comma after right C. Replace important with important? D. No correction necessary 'People who travel struggle to find ...
  4. Psychology
    What would a Stress Reduction Specialist do to reduce the stress for the staff considering these following conditions: there are ten men and ten women of various ages and cultural backgrounds. The office is a medical office with doctors of various specialties. The staff has ...
  5. Gudiance and Discipline
    3. Girl babies want to look more at: a)faces. b)movement. c)colors. d)light. 5. Kid writing encourages: a)academic excellence. b)competition between students. c)risk taking. d)better spellers 7. eople who work only for reward: a)perform at lower levels. b)perform at higher ...
  6. math
    #please guys help me this question# Three people can wash clothes in 13 hour, 14 hour and 14 hour. If they started together at 8:30 am, at what time will they finish this work together?
  7. Pre-Calculus Math
    An amusement park charges $8 admission and averages 2000 visitors per day. A survey shows that, for each $1 increase in admission cost, 100 fewer people would visit the park. Find the admission cost and number of visitors that gives the maximum revenue.
  8. US History
    I am having a really hard time with this assignment. Can anyone cross check my answers? Thank you 1.The term participatory democracy applies most accurately to which of the following societies? A. Greece in the fourth century B.C. B. Modern China C. The United States since ...
  9. People
    True or false Youth organizations typically focus on individuals between the ages of 15 and 24, although some may include younger individuals as well.
  10. English
    what is the unethical establishment in marketing around us that we can find and why is it considered unethical in the eyes of people?
  11. Math
    A resolution was passed by a ratio of 5:4 If 900 people voted for the resolution, how many voted against it? (400?) The ston family spends $500 per month for rent. This is 4/15 of their total monthly income. Assuming that sale ties remain constant, what is the stone family ...
  12. English 10 ASAP
    Determining the author's purpose in a text relies on (10 points) biographical information research the author used evidence in the text<<<<< the title of the text 2. (LC) Which elements of a text are most helpful in determining the author's point of view about a...
  13. English 10
    Could you please check my answers? I am unsure on two of the questions and I want to get a 100 on this. Pomegranate Seeds At the opening of our story, Mother Ceres is busy tending to the harvest of wheat, corn, rye, and barley; her daughter, Proserpina, begs to go to the ...
  14. English 10 HELP ASAP
    Can you check my work please? 1. Read the passage carefully and use it to answer questions 1-5 Pomegranate Seeds At the opening of our story, Mother Ceres is busy tending to the harvest of wheat, corn, rye, and barley; her daughter, Proserpina, begs to go to the seaside while ...
  15. HR
    Predictive validation is better than concurrent validation because A. job applicants' performance on the tests is influenced by their firsthand experience with the job. B. the group is more likely to include people who perform poorly on the test. C. the research administers ...
  16. career
    People, who want to become a president or politician, take what courses in highschool and University, like Harvard has Law + Business or Law + Govt. so which is a president or politician most likely to take?
  17. Algebra
    Suppose you are having a birthday party at the local bowling alley. You are trying to figure out how many people you can afford to invite. How much money are you willing to spend to host this bowling party? Set up an equation that shows the inverse relationship between the ...
  18. Social
    How are you going to respect the right of other people? List some points.
  19. English
    Thank you for your help. 1. He met a lot of people in the street. 2. He greeted some people at the market. 3. He talked to a person on the corner. 4. He found the boy on the street. 5. He saw a beggar on the sidewalk. .......... There is a prepisitional phrase at the end of ...
  20. Social Studies
    I feel as if the hardest challenges area olution one way to fix these is getting solar panels and renewable recources but those are expensive and in Southest Asia there are poor people who cant afford that so i think the government should help with that problem. No need to ...
  21. world history
    During the Renaissance, humanist ideas swept through Europe (1). Humanism launched the Scientific Revolution, resulting in advancements in metallurgy, anatomy, and astronomy (2). Humanist ideals mimicked the feudal system to identify classes of people (3). The feudal system ...
  22. Science
    Doesn't a diploid cell has 46 chromatids and duplicate in to 92 chromotids? why do people say 46 chromosomes in a deploid cell?
  23. US Government
    Can someone please help confirm my answers? 1. Which of the following is TRUE regarding the Supreme Court’s modern rulings on regulation of interstate commerce? a. The Court allows federal regulation of almost anything related to interstate commerce. b. The Court permits ...
  24. Algebra
    Suppose you are researching the eating habits of people your age. What sampling method could you use to find the percent of students in your grade who eat five servings of fruit and vegetables each day? What is an example of a survey question that does not have bias? I have ...
  25. Civics
    Patrick Henry made this statement in his speech at the Virginia Ratifying Convention. The purpose of the speech was to explain why he opposed ratifying the Constitution without a Bill of Rights. A quotation by Patrick Henry at the Virginia Ratifying Convention. He says, You ...
  26. Math
    Suppose you are researching the eating habits of people your age. What sampling method could you use to find the percent of students in your grade who eat five servings of fruit and vegetables each day? What is an example of a survey question that does not have bias? I have ...
  27. English
    100% - The Story of a Patriot Upton Sinclair 1 A young man is walking down the street, quite casually, with an empty mind and no set purpose; he comes to a crossing, and for no reason that he could tell he takes the right hand turn instead of the left; and so it happens that ...
  28. food
    People seem to like dim sum, a Chinese food. By the way, is dim sum small steamed dumplings or small fried dumplings? What is the English equivalent for dim sum?
  29. maths
    during an outbreak of the ebola virus. Health workers gathered the following information .1) by the end of the first week 982 people were infected. Thereafter the number of people infected increased by 9% per day. Approximately how many people were infected by the virus by the...
  30. Micro- Econ
    Because resources are limited, __________. only the very wealthy can get everything they want firms will be forced out of business the availability of goods will be limited but the availability of services will not people must make choices I say it is the 3rd one
  31. Maths
    In how many ways can 8 people be divided into 2 groups of 3 and 5 people respectively? Thanks again to anyone who helps. Answer is 56
  32. math
    Your car insurance bill is $600 per year if you pay it all up front.  However, if you pay it monthly, you will pay $60/month which is $720 each year.  You would like to save up each month so that you can pay for the insurance annually.  How much would you need to save each ...
  33. English
    I have to find a problem with this argument if there is one. Is there a problem with the argument? : Dr. Jack Kevorkian helped people that were terminally ill. He helped them by ending their suffering by ending their lives the way the patients wanted. The common misconception ...
  34. Peer pressure question
    Peer pressure is the influence that ___ may have on you. A. people your age B. people younger than you C. people other than you <<<< D. your brothers and sisters
  35. health
    A clique is a small group of people A who are part of an extended family B who have similar backgrounds and interests <<< C who value each other’s differences D who are all the same age
  36. english
    Identify the type of clause used in this sentence. Some people who can carry a tune are very shy.
  37. Maths
    A committee of 6 people is to be selected randomly from a group of 11 men and 12 women. Find the number of possible committees if: a) a particular woman is included b) a particular man is not included c) there are to be 4 women and 2 men
  38. English
    1. The committee consists of seven. 2. The committee consists of seven people. 3. The committee consists of seven persons. 4. The committee consists of seven members. [Are they all correct?]
  39. American Government Please Check
    1. Which of the following describes a major difference in the powers of the government at the local and state levels? A. State government has no police presence; local government does. B. State government gives the power to local governments to carry out laws; local ...
  40. History
    How did glasnost and perestroika contribute to the fall of the Soviet Union? They brought the outside world and different economic and political options to the people. The chance to elect representatives gave people the impetus for change. They created difficult economic ...
  41. Math
    Fernando surveyed a group of people to find their shoe size and the number of children in their family. He graphed the ordered pairs (shoe size, number of children) for each person. Which of the scatter plots most likely represents his graph?
  42. history
    Why was military leadership allowed to take control of Japan after World War I A) Japan wanted to continue fighting the war to gain additional land. B) Japan feared communism and vowed to keep it out of the country. C) Military leaders stepped in to regain peace in the country...
  43. Teachers
    I know this isn't a question, but I'd like to thank all the people who contribute to everything. Ms. Sue gets a lot of hate, but she remains calm and warns them, still being polite. She still continues to help us, so I wanted to thank her and other large contributors.
  44. Algebra
    This formula relates the age of a person to hours of sleep h=(34 - a) ÷ Does the formula seem to work for you?? Does the formula work for babies?? Does formula work for older people?? For what ages does the formula work best???? My answers 1- yes used ag e 14 2 yes used a one...
  45. social studies
    1: What are the causes of problems the Mayas and other Native American groups face in Guatemala? How are people trying to solve these problems? 2:Compare and contrast the economies of Chile and Venezuela.
  46. algebra
    A recent survey of 300 television owners compared their television viewing habits before and after getting a DVR recording device. The circle graph to the right shows the data from the survey. Find the total number of people who say they watch less television. A circle graph ...
  47. history
    how is the creation of public policy in Russia different from that in the united states? Russia's president passes public policy through referendums; in united states the president must wait for congress to pass legislation. *** the president of the united states cannot decree...
  48. science
    1.Why is antibiotic resistance a problem? 2.What are possible causes of antibiotic resistance? 3.What are ways that scientists have proposed to deal with the problem? 4.What are ways that ordinary people can help to keep antibiotic resistance from getting worse? 5.Express your...
  49. English
    Here is the question What Is the Secret to Reaching Someone With Words? In this discussion, you will post issues related to connecting generations. To support your ideas, refer to the texts in this section, other texts you have read, and your personal experience and knowledge...
  50. Language Arts *Last One I Promise*
    1. If you were writing a brief profile of Rosa Parks explaining why you admire her, which of the following sentences would make the best thesis statement? In 1955, Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on a bus. Rosa Parks's refusal to give up her seat sparked the Montgomery ...
  51. science
    two people are pushing a couch in the same direction one person pushes with a force of 2n the other person pushes with a force of 4n
  52. math
    1. (-10x^3 + 30x -20) divided by (-5x+5)? a)2x^2-2x+4**** b)-2x^2-2x-4 c)-2x^2+2x+4 d)2x^2+2x-4 2.The width, w, of a rectangular playground is x + 3. The area of the garden is x^3 - 7x + 6. What is an expression for the length of the playground? a.) x^2 - 3x + 2 *** b.) x^2 + ...
  53. Ela
    Which statement is an opinion? Marco Polo noticed everything from the clothes the people wore to the food they ate. Once in China, the Polos arrived at the palace of the powerful emperor Kublai Khan. It is likely that Marco Polo thought he had seen the entire world and could ...
  54. Educational technology
    1. Which of the following is an example of tangible property? A a method for creating ice cream that your friend. B*** an idea for an invention that your dad mentioned briefly but did not write down C song lyrics printed into a song book D a quicker system of washing a car ...
  55. History/Social Studies
    Hi, can I please have a link? I don't like cheating on essay questions. Thanks!! What are the causes of problems the Mayas and other Native American groups face in Guatemala? How are people trying to solve these problems?
  56. Algebra
    Suppose you are having a birthday party at the local bowling alley. You are trying to figure out how many people you can afford to invite. b. How much money are you willing to spend? c. Set up an equation that shows the inverse relationship between the number of guests at your...
  57. social studies
    how was the reaction to the wave of immigrants coming to America in the 2000s similar to the reaction to immigration in the 1920s? A)Immigrants were welcomed for their labor and contributions to tax revenues and the economy. B)There was pressure on immigrants to become ...
  58. Social Studies
    Essay: What was life like for the poor people of Rome? How did the empire try to keep the poor people loyal? PLZ HELP I HAVE NOBODY TO TURN TOOO
  59. Spanish
    **Spanish ESSAY Questions, I already turned in the test I just wanted someone to tell me their answers so I can see if mine will be correct because the teacher hasn't graded it, thxx <3** 1- Explain the pattern of forming the future tense for the verbs poner, salir, and ...
  60. Social Studies
    @Ms. Sue Can I get a link? I don't want to cheat! Thank you! What are the causes of problems the Mayas and other Native American groups face in Guatemala? How are people trying to solve these problems?
  61. Psychology
    1. Modern psychoanalysis is defined as ____________________. (1 point) A treatment that focuses on observable behavior A treatment method for mild to moderate disorders that uses a process of patient discovery Demonstrating how unconscious factors affect a person’s current ...
  62. LA
    @Ms.Sue Im a person that was looking to help people in la and i found a post that gave all the answers to the connexus page La and the way i reconize it is when i was in 8th that was the program i used, can you shut down the post it was posted at Friday, May 6, 2016 at 2:25pm ...
  63. Social Science
    A Manifesto for Creativity. I have an assessment on creating a manifesto that enhance creativity in workplace and I'm really out of idea. The assessment details include - how can creativity best be encouraged within workplace -what can you do as a future leader to ensure that ...
  64. Math
    Math Unit 6 Lesson 7: Exploring Probability Unit Test Connexus I already answered the questions and I just need to check them so pls help. Thx 1. A single standard number cube is tossed. What is the probability of getting a number greater than 3? A.2/3 B.1/3 C.1/6 D.1/2** 2. a...
  65. writing
    At this bookstore cafe, some people are talking too loudly on their phones and disturbing other costumers and holding up lines. I need help on a solution explaining 'where and how' the notice will be distributed (its only for the employees) and then a policy that will be ...
  66. Science
    Please help me with these questions from the Science 6: Forces and Motions Unit Test. My answer-****** 1. Which of the following best describes the movement of an object at rest if no outside forces act on it? (1 point) It will move due to inertia. Gravity will eventually ...
  67. History
    Section 1 political power. all political power is inherent in the people, and governments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed, and are established to protect and maintain individual rights. ... section 33 recall of elective officers every elective public ...
  68. math
    please people i need your help. *Equal squares as large as possible are drawn on a rectangular board measuring 50 cm by 70 cm. Find the size of the square. Steve today at 8:18pm assuming you mean to cover the entire board, then since GCD(50,70)=10 The largest square which ...
  69. math
    please people i need your help. *Equal squares as large as possible are drawn on a rectangular board measuring 50 cm by 70 cm. Find the size of the square.
  70. history
    what are some qualities of private interest groups that make them different from public interest groups. SELECT 2 They share the goals of the majority of the public they represent specific companies and people they have small businesses who fund them they pursue goals that ...
  71. ELA
    How does Twain use humor to present serious ideas? What does this reveal about Twain as a person? Does Twain seem to believe that people can change for the better? In what ways do Twain’s characters represent people in general? Twain is considered one of the greatest ...
  72. Social Studies
    explain how rationing affected the people on the home front during World War II. How did this behavior help the war effort?
  73. Social Studies
    Select a new deal program that helped improve the lives of South Carolinians. explain what the program improved and how it helped the people of South Carolina.
  74. Social Studies
    What reasons best explain why many Haitians have migrated A. Haiti lacks sufficient natural resources. B. The country has been ruled by military dictators**** C. The geographical location of Haiti makes it unsafe for people to live there D. The country has a history of harsh ...
  75. reading
    Claim: Lead in drinking water will harm humans Which of the following pieces of data will be best evidence to support this claim?After using water that contains high levels of lead, people started experiencing joint pain. b. After using water that contains high levels of lead...
  76. English
    Monica is writing a paper on how the criminal justice system should be changed. She feels that prisoners should have treatment and counseling while they are in prison. She found this article below. If Monica used this article as a source, which of the following quotes would ...
  77. English
    Can someone please confirm the following? 1. The yellow house down the street from me is for sale. (Down is underlined) a. preposition b. conjunction c. adjective d. adverb I think #1 is A, or C. 2. A pregnant person knows how difficult it is to get in and out of her car in ...
  78. history
    I understand that John Locke wanted gov. created by the people for the people, but he was no an advocate of democracy. So what type of government did he actually want? This is confusing me thank you.
  79. social studies
    what is one cost that victory in the cold war brought to the united states? a. many new governments emerged in eastern Europe and opposed the US b the "peace divided" people hoped for never came about. c. the spread of nuclear weapons and general arms race created new dangers ...
  80. Socials
    To what extent does nationalism bring people together or drive them apart? What factors influence nationalism and national identity?
  81. Social Studies
    When the Federal Reserve lowered interest rates following the 2001 recession, what did more people start to do? A. buy homes B. default on loans C. invest in dot-coms D. sell stock shares The United States used diplomacy to broker peace agreements in which of the following ...
  82. English/ASL
    Can anyone help me translate English to ASL Gloss? Could you help me? I'm OKAY at it but I want to get this 100% right for my paper Write a 7–10 sentence dialogue between two people about going out for lunch. Using these terms COOKIE HAMBURGER ICE CREAM PANTS PIZZA PREFER ...
  83. ELA
    Monica is writing a paper on how the criminal justice system should be changed. She feels that prisoners should have treatment and counseling while they are in prison. She found this article below. If Monica used this article as a source, which of the following quotes would ...
  84. ELA
    1. Where would someone look to find the most reliable information about how tornadoes are measured? A newspaper story about a storm The personal blog of a storm watcher The National Weather Service Web site THIS ONE A Web page that anyone can edit 2. Davis is writing an essay ...
  85. Health
    How might a forest fire affect the health of people in nearby communities? (Select all that apply.) a. increased risks of asthma attacks b. increased risks of viral infections c. increased risks of bacterial infections d. increased risks of heart problems i think its a, b, and d
  86. Government
    Would someone mind checking my answers? Thanks! (Answers at bottom) And if anyone is willing to explain the final two questions to me and maybe help, thatd be much appreciated. 1.) "In the late nineteenth century, political leaders in the United States gradually became ...
  87. Math
    23. Suppose the number of expert gamers in California is 52,400 and is growing 20% each year. Predict the number of experts after 5 years. 24. The population of bacteria in your messy room is 36,725 and is growing at a rate of 11% each month. What would the population be after...
  88. Social Studies
    A problem facing all people living in Mexico City is A. increased pollution. B. having only a few farms. C. a lack of education. D. no place to buy food.
  89. math
    The towns of Franklin and Chester each decided in the same year to begin posting their populations on signs by the main entrances into the towns. Each year, they update the signs. Franklin had a population of 20,000 people in the first year that they posted the sign, and each ...
  90. Physics
    Note: the question with stars next to it is my choice. (Image) Car A. - mass: 10 kg, 8 m/s Car B - mass: 10kg 2 m/s 1. The total momentum of the two cars before a collision is 100 kg m/s A - 0 kg m/s B - 50 kg m/s C - 100 kg m/s D - 200 kg m/s**** 2. What is the momentum of a ...
  91. history......Mrs. Sue
    How did glasnost contribute to the break-up of the soviet Union? A. restructuring the economy led to a change in the political structure*** B. by allowing citizens more freedom to travel people could see what they were missing C. due to cuts in military spending people were ...
  92. Health
    How can tobacco affect the circulatory system? A. Decreases heart rate B. Raises blood pressure C. Softens the arteries D. Causes ulcers How can tobacco affect the body? A. Increases appetite B. Makes teeth whiter C. Slows heart beat D. Causes nausea How can tobacco affect the...
  93. Algebra
    I need help with this portfolio and I was wondering if someone could help me understand it. Task 1 Volume and surface area are often compared by manufacturers in order to maximize how much of something can go inside of a package (volume) while keeping how much material is ...
  94. history
    What is the main reason many people stop working on farms in Mexico.
  95. Science
    Chef Walt is an excellent cook. He works in a very busy restaurant. He cooks for 100's of people each night. Why would Chef Walt use a copper pot instead of an aluminum pot? A) The aluminum pot probably holds less food than the copper pot. B) The copper pot heats up faster ...
  96. History
    who are the most influential people of the 1920's or 1930's Canadians
  97. History
    I am doing a History project and i need to know ranked 1 to 8, 8 most influential people of the 20's and 30's
  98. science
    Read the scenario. In order to present a documentary about the safety of genetically modified organisms and their use in food, a television crew plans to devote an equal amount of time to filming two aspects of this issue: scientists and their research on genetically modified ...
  99. History
    how did people react to the great depression
  100. Social Studies
    19. Select a new deal program that helped improve the lives of South Carolinians. explain what the program improved and how it helped the people of South Carolina. 20. Explain how rationing affected the people on the home front during World War II. How did this behavior help ...
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