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History
In the Byzantine Empire, the emperor A) controlled the church** B) took orders from people C) obeyed church leaders D) always helped defend Italy Ugh please help!

English
“The real world is riddled with people who have never learned to carry their own skis…” What does this quote from “Carry Your Own Skis” mean? A. A lot of people who go skiing don’t know how to carry their own skis. B. A lot of people in the real world have never ...

Science
Together, satellites and ground receivers enable people using ______ to pinpoint their geographic location.

Social studies (Help)
1. All of the following are regions of Latin America except * the United States and Canada. •• * Mexico and Central America. * the Caribbean. * South America. 2. Some Caribbean islands are coral islands formed from * tops of underwater mountains. * skeletons of tiny sea ...

Social studies
1. All of the following are regions of Latin America except * the United States and Canada. * Mexico and Central America. * the Caribbean. * South America. 2. Some Caribbean islands are coral islands formed from * tops of underwater mountains. * skeletons of tiny sea animals...

Math
a sports reportor said that 2 out of every 3 people at a home town base ball game named baseball vs their favorite sport the reporter claimed that baseball was the mostpopular sport in town which of th following explains why the reporters might not be true

History
Can someone check my answers please? (They are at the bottom) 1. Nearly every village in Mecico has a church and a market. The city's public square where the market is held is called a A. Quatro B. Plaza C. Casa D. Squatter 2. To what country does Mexico export the most goods...

Sign Language
Why do Deaf people educated in Deaf Industries or Deaf schools tend to bond so closely with one another because they all use Signed English to Communicate because so many social events are based around school*** because all of their parents are Deaf because they all use ...

Sign Language
Which group within the Deaf Community is comprised of people who could hear at the sometime in there life institutional Deaf late deafened*** mainstream Deaf oral Deaf

Sign Language
Which behavior tends to happen more in Deaf Culture than in hearing Culture? If someone arrives late to a meeting, he quietly sits down People walk quickly through a conversations*** Someone yells loudly to get everyone's attention A person says someone's name to get her ...

Sign Language
What is one belief that is shared by most people in Deaf Culture? All Deaf people want to become hearing Hearing people are not part of the Deaf Community Deaf and deaf have the same meaning Deafness is not seen as a handicap***

Sign Language
De'VIA artwork was started by hearing people to support Deaf artists focuses on being Deaf and growing up Deaf*** can only be done by Deaf artists is always 3D artwork

Sign Language
A Hearing person who doesn't sign but works with Deaf people at the job site would fit into the Deaf community*** Deaf culture Deaf Sphere Deaf World

Sign Language
Deaf Music is music played by Deaf musicians only*** is music by hearing artists about Deaf people is music interpreted into American Sign Language expresses what being Deaf means

Sign Language
_____ includes all Deaf and Hard of Hearing people and the people who interact with them Deaf Community Deaf Culture*** Deaf Sphere Deaf World

Civics (Check)(REED)
1. What information is being presented in the Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Amendments? What facts are presented? A: Second Amendment: bearing arms (you are entitled to keep weapons in your home; you are entitled to keep weapons on your person; only the armed forces ...

English
1.Which sentence would make the best opening for a speech arguing for more nutritious school lunches? A. Many students dislike the current lunch menus, and I feel they should be changed. B. Evidence from a number of expert sources suggest that schools should design more ...

Literature
Discuss the role of Edna. Why is she significant, even though she is a very minor character? What does she teach Keisha and Jalani about people who are homeless and/or needy? What is meant by her statement, "Yo spirit is a shinin' silver star, chile. Can't nobody take that ...

English
Essays, articles, and speeches are all works of nonfiction. Which of the following is an accurate statement about the authors of nonfiction? A. They are always real people. B. Their style is always full of figurative language. C. They usually focus on retelling historical ...

English
Please check my answers and correct me if I'm wrong 1. Identify the sentence in which the underlined verb DOES NOT agree with its subject. A. The trophies (are) ready to be awarded. B. There (is) no reason why he cannot play. C. Most of these math questions (are) easy. D. The ...

Education technology
Which of the following is an effect of intellectual property theft? Record companies lose money because people download songs for free online Book companies lose money because of used bookstores Book companies lose money because people download books online Movie companies ...

math
50 people purchase raffle tickets 3 winning tickets are selected at random if the first prize is $1,000, second prize is $500, and third prize is $100 in how many different ways can the prizes be awarded and is this a permutations or a combinations problem?

Health
People who experience episodes of _______ are not eating out of hunger; they are acting out of behaviors associated with bulimia and depression anorexia starvation dieting binge eating*** fasting

Health
Anorexia is a type of eating disorder that usually begins with young people with obese parents around the onset of puberty*** around the time they graduate high school who watch too much tv

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 evidence of his most recent...

Education technology
Which of the following is an effect of intellectual property theft? Record companies lose money because people download songs for free online Book companies lose money because of used bookstores Book companies lose money because people download books online Movie companies ...

Social Studies
Can you please help me out with a few problems? 1. Which of the following most caused the Civil War? A.) different views on communism and democracy B.) different views on the use of the atomic bomb C.) the division of Germany, Austria, and Berlin into zones of occupation (My ...

Social studies
I don't want links I want answers please and please make sure it's in your own words. What are the causes of problems the Mayans and other Native American groups fate in Guatemala? How are people trying to solve these problems?

English
In which of the following besides the irony in the short story "The Gift of the Magie" and "The necklace?" A.The protagonists value objects more than people. B.The ptotagonists want to escape their low social status. C.The protagonists struggle for something that proves to be ...

language arts
from the giver please check my answers 1. At the beginning of the novel, Jonas describes himself as apprehensive. Why is he apprehensive? A. An unknown plane is flying overhead. B. The Ceremony of Twelve is coming soon.**** C. A loudspeaker orders everyone inside. D. A ...

Global Studies
Which of the following inference is best supported by Ridwan's story a. the Indonesian government discourages the practice of the ethnic tradition b. people in Indonesian get married younger then people do in the united states. c. Indonesian has mostly been isolated because of...

social studies
1. The Himalayas separate _________. (1 point) Pakistan and India the Indian subcontinent from the rest of Asia Afghanistan from the rest of South Asia northern and southern India 2. What impact do monsoon winds most have on South Asia? (1 point) Monsoon winds carry plenty of ...

Education technology
how can simulations be used in education? 1. They are allowed people to touch a real item throug the computer. They provide a realistic experience that students many not get in real life.•• They substitute games for learning. They make games real. Correct me

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 available for more rural ...

English
1. He is good at imitating other people's voices. 2. Doing voices is his specialty. 3. She is good at doing imitations. ============= Are they all right expressions? Which expression is commonly used?

computer
I think in the society we are in with free backup and $5 flash drives there is no reason people do not backup their critical data. What is your biggest concern about using backup at your house or the Cloud for backing up your files?’

mathematics
A group of twelve people are going to take a ride on a roller coaster at the same time in two different trains, one of which cannot fit more than 8 passengers, and the other cannot fit more than 7. In how many ways can the group take a ride?

language arts
please check my answers 1. At the beginning of the novel, Jonas describes himself as apprehensive. Why is he apprehensive? A. An unknown plane is flying overhead. B. The Ceremony of Twelve is coming soon.**** C. A loudspeaker orders everyone inside. D. A newchild in the ...

language arts
The giver Choose the statement that best explains the meaning of the following passage: But now, with twelve coming so soon, and the volunteer hours ending, it didn't seem to meter. The freedom to choose where to spend those hours always seemed a wonderful luxury to Jonas; ...

History
The Voting Rights act of 1965 made it legal for states to A)charge votes a pole tax before casting a vote B)require a person to take an English test before voting C)refuse to allow people to vote based on their race or gender D)fine anyone who interferes with another person's ...

history (reed)
1. the voting rights act of 1965 made it legal for states to a. charge voters a poll tax before casting a vote b. require a person to talk an English test before voting c. refuse people to vote by their race or gender d. fine anyone who interferes with another person's right ...

history
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 available for more ...

Language arts 8B
the poem It shall flash through coming ages, It shall light the distant years; And eyes now dim with sorrow Shall be brighter through their tears. It Shall flush the mountain ranges, And the valleys shall grow bright; It shall bathe the hills in radiance, And crown their brows...

Psychology
13.Within the cerebral cortex, the _______ area is found in the occipital lobe. A. visual B. association C. somatosensory D. main auditory 14.Dr. Lombard's research is focused on the capacity of the human mind to store and retrieve information. Her colleague, Dr. Fry, is a ...

Psychology
3.If you adopt the _______ perspective, you'll reject an emphasis on what goes on in people's minds in favor of focusing on measurable behaviors that can be objectively measured. A. psychodynamic B. neuroscience C. cognitive D. behavioral 4.Agatha maintains that people are ...

English II
Read the passage and answer the question that follows. Chief Joseph's Surrender Speech, October 5, 1877 by Chief Joseph Tell General Howard I know his heart. What he told me before, I have it in my heart. I am tired of fighting. Our Chiefs are killed; Looking Glass is dead, Ta...

Civics (Reed)(Check)
Please check to see if I have answered the following questions as best as possible. Reed--I added more to #3. Will you check it for me please? 1. What information is being presented in the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution? What facts are presented? A: Freedom of ...

Language Arts
From the story from Joe Magarac, Man of Steel 10. Why do the people in the crowd mimic and mock the man from Johnstown in Selection 2? A.He acts as if he has won the contest, but he cant move the weight at all B. He bows at the crowd in the hope that Mary will be happy when he...

Language Arts
From the story from Joe Magarac, Man of Steel 10. Why do the people in the crowd mimic and mock the man from Johnstown in Selection 2? A.He acts as if he has won the contest, but he cant move the weight at all B. He bows at the crowd in the hope that Mary will be happy when he...

life orientation
1.a right to life 2.a right to access education 3.a right to be heard I chosen them because they are likely to happen in our community.and so far those rights are violated but it seems like nobody takes them to consideration. children quit school everyday,regarding to certain ...

Math
There is an expression some people use that says, “What you put into it is what you get out of it.” People might use this expression to describe your skills at a sport or activity and how that relates to the amount of time and effort you spend practicing that activity. ...

Maths
If 5 people can paint a house in 4 hrs, how long will it take 3 people?? As per book answer is 6 hrs 40 mints But how????

Maths yr 6
If 5 people can paint a house in 4 hrs, how long will it take 3 people??

Civics (Reed)(Check)
Please check to see if I have answered the following questions as best as possible. Reed--I added more to #3. Will you check it for me please? 1. What information is being presented in the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution? What facts are presented? A: Freedom of ...

Language Arts CHECK AND CORRECT, THANKS! :)
Selection 1: There's good news and bad news about grizzly bears in the American West. The good news? Their numbers have been increasing in recent years. In 1975, grizzlies made the threatened-species list under the federal Endangered Species Act. The bad news? Some politicians...

English
Please help if I did right! Thanks. Whose brilliant idea was this anyway?" Sarah asked." If people were intended to sleep on the ground and cook over a fire, we wouldn't have beds and microwave ovens." "Stop complaining," Emily said." At least you've got on dry clothes. You ...

MAth
While exploring for oil, it was necessary to carry at least 18tones of supplies and 80 people into a desert region. Two types of vehicles are available :landmaster and sandrovers. Each landmaster could carry 900kg of supplies and 6 people. Each sandrover could carry 1350kg of ...

History
10.)Which of the following would best support the author's claim that more slaves were needed after the invention of the cotton gin? A.Examples of other inventions that affected slaves' lives B. Information related to the life and times of Eli Whitney C.Stories of the first ...

math
While exploring for oil, it was necessary to carry at least 18tones of supplies and 80 people into a desert region. Two types of vehicles are available :landmaster and sandrovers. Each landmaster could carry 900kg of supplies and 6 people. Each sandrover could carry 1350kg of ...

english help please!!
How do most people use comparison/contrast? To prove that others are wrong To make informed choices To destroy many political debates To share unbiased information is it a pls help

History Check Please!
2. Why were interstate highways initially built? A. to accommodate the increasing number of automobiles B. to make it easier for U.S. citizens to travel from state to state C. to enable the quick movement of troops in case of a nuclear attack D. to allow for faster speeds so ...

calculus
You own a small airplane that holds a maximum of 20 passengers. It costs you $100 per flight from St. Thomas to St. Croix for gas and wages plus an additional $6 per passenger for the extra gas required by the extra weight. The charge per passenger is $30 each if 10 people ...

Social Studies (please check Ms. Sue)
Please check this. Thanks! 1. How did World War 1 benefit South Carolina's economy the most? a. The government improved transportation systems.*** b. The government opened military bases for training. c. The people of South Carolina bought Liberty Bonds. d. The people planted ...

Geography
Which statement is correct? *Aborigines were the first people to settle Australia and New Zealand *Aborigines were the first people in Australia, and the Maori were the the first people in New Zealand *The Maori were the first people in Australia, and Aborigines were the first...

English
Read the following passage "I don't know anything," he said, "except that I'm beginning to be sorry we bought that room for the children. If children are neurotic at all, a room like that -" "It's supposed to help them work off their neuroses in a healthful way." "I'm starting...

History
9.)How did Henry David Thoreau inspire later American reformers? A. By introducing civil disobedience B. By introducing a new genre of writing C. By convincing the people to believe in God D. By introducing the benefits of solitary living A. By introducing civil disobedience ?

History
8.)How did Henry David Thoreau inspire later American reformers? A.)By introducing civil disobedience*** B.)By introducing a new genre of writing C.)By convincing the people to believe in God D.)By introducing the benefits of solitary living A?

History
8.)How did henry David Thoreau inspire later A.)By introducing civil disobedience*** B.)By introducing a new genre of writing C.)By convincing the people to believe in God D.)By introducing the benefits of solitary living A?

Civics (HELP!!!)
Please check to see if I have answered the following questions as best as possible. This is going to be in a chart format, so I apologize if it's written a little messy. 1. What information is being presented in the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution? What facts are ...

U.S. History (Check)(REED)
1. True or False: Japan became under control of militarists several years before WWII started. A: True 2. True or False: Hitler attacked the Soviet city of Stalingrad, but the Soviets were able to stop Hitler. A: True. 3. True or False: Many people moved during WWII, making ...

Language Arts, can anyone check?
1. Which statement is shared by both "Zoos: Joys or Jails?" and "Why Do We Need Zoos?" a. clearly stated claim b. humorous introduction c. unsupported facts d. one-sided argument 23 Read the passage. What technique is the author using to develop point of view? "Though zoos are...

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 evidence of his most recent...

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 evidence of his most recent...

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 evidence of his most recent...

Algebra
I have a swimming pool in my backyard and to avoid overcrowding I want to find the maximum area of it so I can figure out how many people I can bring to my pool party that can actually fit in the pool. What is the maximum area of my swimming pool if I have 3100 gallons of ...

MATHS (PROBABILITY)
(a) An insurance company wants to estimate the proportion of people unsatisfied with their new telephone help service. A survey of 200 callers revealed 45 were unsatisfied with the service. Construct by hand a 95% confidence interval for the proportion of unsatisfied customers.

Data Analyse
Question 1 Production Rates A manufacturing company wishes to estimate the number of items that its workforce can produce on average each hour now that they have a new machine. The factory examined the records for a random sample of 8 hours over the past month. The hourly ...

english
Act II of a Christmas Carol: Scrooge and Marley contains several messages. in a paragraph explain how one of these messages is conveyed in the second act of the play. include at least two details to support your points. When one changes for the better, others are effected for ...

Statistics
You conduct a study on eye color and you questioned 550 people a hundred and ten of them have brown eyes and 44% of them have blue eyes what percentage of the people you question has blue or brown eyes

History
Pattern your letter like the Declaration of Independence, but be sure to write everything in your own words. In this way, you will show you understand the meaning of the declaration. In your letter, be sure to include the following: reasons for writing beliefs about government...

math
At a concert there are 3 times as many women as men. 3/5 of the men and 1/3 of the women wear glasses. There are 120 more women wearing glasses than men wearing glasses .How many people are at the concert?

Math
The diagram shows how 3 people figured out how to share 2 cookies. Which equation does Not match the diagram. A.3/2 = 3 * 1/2, B.2 / 3 = 2/3, C.2 / 3 = 2 * 1/3, D.2 / 3 = 1/3 of 2.

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 tax d. A law ...

history please help
1. 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 2. Explain how rationing affected the people on the home front during world war II. how did this behavior help the ...

history
1. Which factor contributed the most to the increased importance of literature in American culture during the 19th century? A. the success of major social reform movements B. the spread of utopian communities throughout the nation C. the migration of European intellectuals to ...

civics
plz help me if u can thank u for time! 1) which order lists government types from the least power for the people to the most? a: oligarchy, autocracy, republic b: autocracy, oligarchy, democracy c: democracy, unitary, parliamentary d: federation, republic, unitary 2) the ...

history help
1. Which factor contributed the most to the increased importance of literature in American culture during the 19th century? A. the success of major social reform movements B. the spread of utopian communities throughout the nation C. the migration of European intellectuals to ...

history help
1. Which factor contributed the most to the increased importance of literature in American culture during the 19th century? A. the success of major social reform movements B. the spread of utopian communities throughout the nation C. the migration of European intellectuals to ...

Math
I am just stating, I do not want people to give me the answers to this, I would just like to have someone walk through it with me. Just making that clear, thank you. Directions: Follow the instructions below to design a fair race for the new video game Animal Tracks. 1. Choose...

Social Studies
Got stuck on this question and was wondering if I could get any help on it: Which event did not change the culture of the united states during the early 1920s? A.) Bank failures that closed factories and decreased job opportunities. B.) Installment plans used to purchase ...

History
3. What was the effect of the Nat Turner's Rebellion? A. It became illegal to teach slaves to read and write B. Laws came into effect to prevent of the freeing of slaves C. The Fugitive Slave Act was repealed in the south D. White people in the North developed the Underground ...

LA, Check!
Read the statements Which group is contrasting in point of view? A. "Some people feel that there is lots of wild space that animals should only live there. Other people feel that there is very little wild space left." B. "Humans are destroying the Earth's habitats at a very ...

Social Studies, are they all right?
1. In a typical rural village in Mexico, you might expect to find that most people living on farms get their food by a. growing their own. b. buying what they need at large supermarkets. c. buying what they need at small supermarkets. d. gathering nuts and wild berries. 2. ...

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 available for more ...

math
A small business employs 98 people. All of the employees work for 8 hours a day, 5 days a week. Eleven of the employees receive a wage of $45 an hour and the rest receive $30 an hour. In total, how much does the business pay its employees each week? $

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 tax d. A law ...

SOCIAL STUDIES
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 disfranchises through a poll tax d. a law ...

Data Analysis
A) An insurance company wants to estimate the proportion of people unsatisfied with their new telephone help service. A survey of 200 callers revealed 45 were unsatisfied with the service. Construct by hand a 95% confidence interval for the proportion of unsatisfied customers...

U.S. History (Check, Please!)(REED)
1. What was the Doolittle Raid? A: The Doolittle Raid was the first air raid by the United States on the Japanese capital Tokyo during WWII. Led by Lieutenant Colonel James Doolittle, this raid had to be executed twelve hours early due to the U.S. carriers being discovered by ...

Math-probabilities
The table below shows the number of deaths in the U.S. in a year due to a variety of causes. For these questions, assume these values are not changing from year to year, and that the population of the United States is 312 million people. Cause Deaths Passenger car occupant 13,...

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