# Michael

Newest questions and responses by Michael
1. ## Math

What’s the coordinates of point A

2. ## history

Which events were major contributors to the American Civil War? (Choose more than one answer.) Abraham Lincoln won the presidential election. Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass was published. Commodore Perry opened Japan to world trade. The Dred Scott decision

3. ## Calculus

Set up, but do not evaluate, the integral which gives the volume when the region bounded by the curves y = Ln(x), y = 1, and x = 1 is revolved around the line y = −3.

4. ## MATH

Similar polygons are _____the same size A always ,B sometimes , C never Classify the triangle with angles with measures 48 degrees, 62 degrees, and 70 degrees as acute, right, or obtuse A acute B right C obtuse The measure of angle A is 124 degrees

5. ## Math

Point P and Q are respectively 24km North and 7km east of point R , what is the bearing of P and Q?

6. ## math

The measure of angle A is 124 degrees. What is the correct classification for angle A? A. acute B. right C. obtuse D. straight Find the complement of an angle with a measure of 72 degrees A. 162 degrees B. 18 degrees C. 252 degrees D. 108 degrees The

7. ## math (pls help!)

A. Find the complement of the angle shown. B. Find the supplement of the angle shown. pls show all your work (52 degrees acute angle)

8. ## math

An angle measures 47 degrees. what are the measures of the angles complement? pls hurry A 43 degrees B 133 degrees C 53 degrees D 143 degrees

9. ## math

Plz Help 1. what is the end behavior of the exponetial function f(x)=3/2*(4/5)^x? 2. use a graph to determine if the exponential function g(x)=-6*5^x is positive or negative and increasing or decreasing

10. ## Language arts

which choice is a good example of strife?

11. ## Geography

Which choice is a good example of strife?

12. ## Geography

Which inference about Near Eastern cultures is the best supported by this image?

13. ## Math

Functions unit 1

14. ## English

On Melinda’s first trip to see her father , he gives her ?

15. ## Math

Find the next three terms in the sequence

16. ## Literature

The first time Melinda and her mother visit Melinda's father , they do not go to disneyland because

17. ## Geography

Which of the following causes Earth’s plates to move continuously?

18. ## Geography

why do earthquakes occur along the San Andreas Fault ?

19. ## history

Which most accurately explains the role played by debates over popular sovereignty in causing the Civil War? They convinced the federal government to establish more colonies that allowed slavery in order to maintain a balance between free and slave states.

20. ## history

Read this statement. By the year 1870, every state had locally controlled __________. Which of the following statements best finishes the sentence? tax-supported schools for elementary-aged school children normal schools that trained their own teachers

21. ## history

In the Homestead Strike, __________. the union wanted to prevent Carnegie Steel from discouraging workers from joining a union the Industrial Workers of the World demanded change in conditions for copper miners the American Federation of Labor demanded an

22. ## history

How did Jacob Riis’s photos in How the Other Half Lives influence American citizens? Americans were disheartened by working conditions of children. Americans were concerned by corruption in politics. Americans were upset by the plight of the mentally

23. ## history

What led to the passage of the Pendleton Act? The government wanted to curb immigration. Voters wanted an end to Reconstruction. Government corruption was leading to overspending. Voters wanted an end to the spoils system. B?

24. ## history/english

Read the excerpt from President Jimmy Carter’s speech “Energy and the National Goals—A Crisis of Confidence.” During the past three years I’ve spoken to you on many occasions about national concerns, the energy crisis, reorganizing the

25. ## history/english

Which excerpts from “Energy and the National Goals—A Crisis of Confidence” most effectively support President Jimmy Carter’s perspective that if the American nation is to prosper, everyone needs to work together toward a common goal? (Select all

26. ## history/english

Read the paragraph from President Jimmy Carter’s speech “Energy and the National Goals—A Crisis of Confidence.” I ask Congress to give me authority for mandatory conservation and for standby gasoline rationing. To further conserve energy, I’m

27. ## history/english

Read the excerpt from President Jimmy Carter’s speech “Energy and the National Goals—A Crisis of Confidence.” But after listening to the American people, I have been reminded again that all the legislation in the world can’t fix what’s wrong

2. If m ∠1=37 what is m ∠4? 50 40 35 25 I think its 50 If m ∠1=50 what is m ∠5? 50 40 35 25 I think its 50 again. I just need to check some answers please help me.

29. ## history

Why were Chinese American immigrants frequently detained when trying to immigrate through Angel Island? Immigration agents were notorious for asking immigrants confusing questions as a means of denying them entry. The rules for immigration were stricter at

30. ## history

How did the federal government try to ease the tensions between American settlers and Native Americans? by offering military protection to Native Americans who settled in areas of conflict by removing Native Americans and resettling them on reservations by

31. ## history

How did European Americans hope to influence Native Americans to adopt their culture? through encouraging the Bureau of Indian Affairs to provide monetary rewards to Native Americans who left reservations through indoctrinating Native American children

32. ## history

How did settlement houses improve urban communities during the Industrial Era? They improved the property values and helped establish middle-class neighborhoods. They provided those in need with access to important services to help improve lives. They

33. ## history

When efforts by the Native American tribes were unsuccessful in their resistance to forced relocation, which step did some tribes take next? Some tribes negotiated agreements about the reservation and the relocation process. Some tribes dispersed and

34. ## history

Why did the building of the Transcontinental Railroad have to be shelved for a few years? Iron rails rusted, and the wait for steel rails was extremely long. There were not enough workers to complete the building process. Native American attacks made the

35. ## history

Which of the following is the best reason for why the Central Pacific Railroad Company had so much trouble laying the railroad track? The railroad company lost half of its workers to a strike. It was constantly being raided by Native American tribes. It

36. ## math

This year, when Latifa and Jameel add their ages, the sum is 29. Latifa's age is 10 less than twice Jameel's age. The system of equations that represents this situation is {L+J=29L=2J−10 where L is Latifa's age and J is Jameel's age. How old is Latifa?

37. ## history

Which option accurately describes the significance of the scientific theories of Isaac Newton? A. Newton’s theories helped scientists understand the significance of germs and sterilization. B. Newton’s theories helped scientists understand the

38. ## history

What was the impact of Reconstruction on civil rights? It provided women with the right to vote in the 1868 election through the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution. It provided the legislation for equal civil rights, but those rights were typically

39. ## history

Which of the following events changed the nature of Reconstruction? the censure of Edwin Stanton by the Senate the assassination of President Lincoln the Supreme Court’s decision in the election of 1876 the election of Ulysses S. Grant as president B?

40. ## history

What happened directly after President Johnson suspended Secretary of War Edwin Stanton from his position? Congress reconvened and gave Stanton back his position. He appointed General Grant as his new secretary of war. Stanton locked himself in his own

41. ## history

Who were the “scalawags”? Southern white Republicans who recognized freedmen’s rights but wanted whites to maintain political control Northern whites who were migrating to the South to seek profit and opportunity migrating settlers from the North who

42. ## history

What was the impact of the United States decision to purchase Alaska? The Alaskan purchase led to the beginning of US imperialistic desires. The Alaskan purchase ended America’s goal of manifest destiny. It gave the US Navy the ability to dominate the

43. ## history

What was the main element of President Lincoln’s Reconstruction plan? It required 50% of 1860 voters to take a pledge of allegiance swearing that they did not willingly aid the rebellion. It stated that slavery of any kind, except what is considered

44. ## history

What were Thaddeus Stevens’s plans for reintroducing Southern states during Reconstruction? He wanted to pardon Southern military and political leaders. He wanted to admit states when 10% of citizens had taken oaths of loyalty. He wanted to punish the

45. ## history

Which of the following are elements of President Johnson’s Reconstruction plan? (Select all that apply.) It authorized military to enroll black voters and begin the constitution-making process. It required new state constitutions to meet conditions

46. ## math

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47. ## history

Which option most accurately analyzes Stand Watie’s decision to join the Confederate Army? He believed that the Confederacy’s court system would facilitate Cherokee interests in reclaiming lost territory. He joined the Confederacy to fight the United

48. ## history

Review the technological advancement. casemate ironclad warships Which of the following choices most accurately explains the use of this technology by the Confederacy during the Civil War? They were less affected by weather than wooden ships. They were

49. ## history

Review the turning point from the Civil War. Lincoln issues the Emancipation Proclamation Which option most accurately analyzes the causation behind this turning point? Union success at the Battle of Antietam gave Lincoln the confidence to issue a

50. ## history

Fort Sumter was a turning point in the Civil War because __________. Which of the following most accurately completes the statement? it demonstrated the Union’s failure to recognize the Confederate States’ sovereignty and the willingness of

51. ## history

Which action most accurately describes the intended purpose of the Corwin Amendment? The amendment sought to enhance communication between political parties. The amendment sought to increase the Southern voting block. The amendment sought to abolish

52. ## history

Review the action. The Crittenden Compromise Which option explains the role that this legislation played in the buildup to the Civil War? It proposed six amendments to the Constitution aimed at protecting slavery; however, its passage was blocked by

53. ## history

What were the requirements for Southern conscription laws? (Select all that apply.) All men ages 18 to 45 must enlist. Landowners with 20 or more slaves could avoid this draft. Slaves must serve in the Confederate Army. Native Americans could not serve. I

54. ## History

Why were many Northerners offended by the extravagant spending of the newly wealthy? They believed that the wealth should be spread around. Many people that served the war cause began to starve. They did not believe in foolish spending during times of war

55. ## history

What was a result of thousands of slaves fleeing to meet up with Union troops? Slave owners acted more harshly towards their slaves. Bounty hunters fled to the North seeking large rewards. Many in the North began seeing the war as a call for freedom.

56. ## HISTORY

Review the event. The presidential election of 1860 Explain how this event contributed to the causation of the Civil War? (Select all that apply.) The freedom of all African American slaves in Confederate states was assured, which led to an official

57. ## HISTORY

Which option most accurately summarizes the conflicting perspectives that erupted into the conflict known as “Bleeding Kansas”? Proslavery advocates believed slave owners had a right to transport slaves into the territories; antislavery advocates

58. ## HISTORY

Which option most accurately explains how the Compromise of 1850 influenced the buildup to the Civil War? It replaced the Missouri Compromise and outlawed slavery in the former Louisiana Territory. It broke the 36 °30' parallel as a division between free

59. ## history

Which most accurately evaluates how the Mexican government’s refusal to ratify the Treaties of Velasco impacted the movement towards Texan independence? It had some impact; as it was considered a territory, Texas could not organize an independent army.

60. ## history

Which most accurately traces the relevance of the Texas Consultation in relationship to the expansion of the United States? It led to the division of modern-day Texas into an eastern territory controlled by the United States and a western territory

61. ## history

Why was the empresario system important to the Mexican government? The Mexican government desired an alliance and offered Texas as an incentive to win the compliance of the United States. The Mexican government did not have the resources to manage Texas,

62. ## history

Which options represent attempts on the part of the Mexican government to assert control over the Texas Territory? (Select all that apply.) built military posts forced American settlers to take a loyalty oath ended further American immigration prohibited

63. ## math

the half life of thorium -229 is 7340 years. how long will it take for sample of this substance to decay to 20% of its original amount

64. ## History

What was most likely an effect of the Battle of the Alamo on settlers after Santa Anna defeated the Texian army? Settlers wanted to surrender to the Mexican army. Settlers were determined to fight for those who were lost. Settlers were fearful of

65. ## History

What was the significance of McCulloch v. Maryland? The case identified federal authority over interstate commerce. The case identified the procedures for the Supreme Court to review federal legislation. The case overturned the notion of “separate but

66. ## History

How did the case McCulloch v. Maryland cement the power of the federal government? The ruling stated the Constitution had established the right of the federal government to coin money in each state. The ruling clarified the balance of power between the

67. ## History

When the Constitution was ratified in 1787, Hamilton’s primary aims were to __________. Which option most accurately completes the statement? promote trade among the different sections of the country and allow for states to issue and regulate the value

68. ## History

Which of the following statements most accurately analyzes how the Philadelphia Convention shaped the new national government? It prevented Federalists from establishing a central government headed by a royal monarch, which was their original aim. It

69. ## history

What was the significance of the Battle of Queenston? It allowed for the United States to occupy territory in Canada. It was the final battle of the War of 1812, and it led to the Treaty of Ghent. It allowed the British to conquer Fort Niagara, a strategic

70. ## History

What event led Great Britain to concentrate its full efforts on fighting the War of 1812? the Chesapeake affair the defeat of General Cornwallis passage of the Non-Intercourse Act the capture of Napoleon im p sure it is a or d

71. ## English

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72. ## History

What was the impact of the Battle of Tippecanoe? (Select all that apply.) The battle eliminated Native American resistance in the western territories. The battle inflamed tensions already growing between Americans and the British. Tecumseh went on to

73. ## history

Which document enumerates the limitations of the federal government and the personal freedoms of United States citizens? Declaration of Independence Bill of Rights Articles of Confederation Albany Plan of Union B?

74. ## History

Amendments to the Constitution generally address issues that effect a. a small number of citizens b. the way the government works (my answer) c. a large number of citizens d. only people in the government

75. ## history

What was the significance of the Treaty of Tordesillas? It provided Portugal with the opportunity to establish colonies in the Americas. It ended the Seven Years’ War between Spain and Portugal and allowed for the Portuguese settlement of Brazil. It

76. ## history

How did the advances in science during the Renaissance promote European exploration? Renaissance merchants backed political leaders who could promote the advancement of naval technology. Petrarch’s promotion of Roman ideas led Italians to use and improve

77. ## history

How did trade with Asia impact Italy? Italians sought new reasons to extend the Crusades as they fulfilled their need for Asian goods. The Byzantine Empire secured its position by becoming a conduit of trade between Italy and the Middle East. The increased

78. ## math

Information about a play took up 1/3 of the pages in the program. Information about the actors took up 1/4 of the remaining pages. Information about the director, the producer, and the designer took up 2 pages, and the same number of pages devoted to the

79. ## Chemistry

Which of the statements correctly describes the main reason why the long-term storage of high-level nuclear waste is considered to be high-risk? A. High-level nuclear waste generates a lot of heat and poses a threat to life while it remains at high

80. ## Chemistry

C(g) + 2A(g) ⇌ 3E(s) + 2F(g) The concentrations of C, A, and F are measured as 0.2 M, 0.2 M, and 0.4 M at equilibrium and at 100 K. What is the value of the equilibrium constant? a. 25 b. 20 c.10 d. 15

81. ## Chemistry

Why are smaller alcohols fully miscible with water while larger alcohols have lower solubility in water? A. In larger alcohols, the polar hydrocarbon chain cannot interact with polar water molecules and limits alcohol's ability to interact with water. B.

82. ## Chem

Which of these can be deduced according to this electrochemical cell? The image is at this address: cdstools(dot)flipswitch(dot)com/asset/media/678341 A. In the cell, zinc oxidizes magnesium and causes it to lose electrons. Magnesium must be less

83. ## Chemistry

N2(g) + 3H2(g) ⇌ 2NH3(g) ΔH° = −92 kJ ΔS° = −0.20 kJ/K Which of the given is correct about the ΔG° at 35 °C? A. 30 kj B. -62 kj C. 62 kj D. -30 kj

84. ## Chemistry

If the pH of a Ca(OH)2 solution is measured as 9.0, what is the concentration of the Ca(OH)2 solution? A. 1 * 10^-5 M B. 1 * 10^-8 M C. 1 * 10^-9 M D. 1 * 10^-6 M I really have no clue

85. ## History

Which explain how outside factors influenced the conflict in Vietnam in the years after World War II? (Select all that apply.) A. A socialist student uprising in france in the late 1940s forced the french government to grant vietnam full independence and

86. ## history

How have petro-economics shaped the Middle East? A. Economic competition among Middle Eastern states to be the top oil producer often becomes bitter. B. Arab nations have consolidated their power by negotiating the purchase of oil rights in neighboring

87. ## accounting

Courtland Company has a decentralized organization with a divisional structure. Each divisional manager is evaluated on the basis of ROI. The Plastics Division produces a plastic container that the Chemical Division can use. Plastics can produce up to

88. ## accounting

Courtland Company has a decentralized organization with a divisional structure. Each divisional manager is evaluated on the basis of ROI. The Plastics Division produces a plastic container that the Chemical Division can use. Plastics can produce up to

89. ## accounting

Assume that all of the plastic containers produced can be sold to external customers for \$12 each. The Chemical Division wants to buy 20,000 containers per year. What should the transfer price be? Briefly explain

90. ## Sociology

In your opinion, what is the most important or influential agent of socialization and why?

91. ## Math

1. What are the next three terms in the sequence? -6, 5, 16, 27,... A. 38, 49, 60 B. 37, 47, 57 C. 36, 45, 54 D. 36, 46, 57

92. ## History

What events led to the decline of the Chinese Nationalists? A. Soviet forces invaded china's heartland and teamed up with the socially progressive chinese nationalists to liberate the chinese peasants and rehabilitate the communists. B. The hostile chinese

93. ## history

How did Kennan’s Long Telegram shape the United States interaction with Communism throughout the world? A. The united states conquered communism by economically oppressing third-world nations. B. The united states created the european union to maintain

94. ## accounting

Shower Sales Ltd sells plumbing fittings in a rapidly developing area. Its sales in June are \$500 000. From recent experience, the manager can confidently predict that sales will increase 10% each month cumulatively. 10% of sales are for cash, 80% are paid

95. ## Finance

Currently the risk-free rate equals 5% and the expected return on the market portfolio equals 11%. An investment analyst provides you with the following information: Stock beta Expected return A 1.33 12% B 0.7 10% C 1.5 14% D 0.66 9% Required: 1. Indicate

96. ## Finance

ABC Mining is evaluating the introduction of a new ore production process. Two alter¬natives are available. Production Process A has an initial cost of \$25,000, a 4-year life, and a \$5,000 net salvage value, and the use of Process A will increase net cash

97. ## Finance

ABC Mining is evaluating the introduction of a new ore production process. Two alter¬natives are available. Production Process A has an initial cost of \$25,000, a 4-year life, and a \$5,000 net salvage value, and the use of Process A will increase net cash

98. ## Finance

California Mining is evaluating the introduction of new ore production process. Two alternatives are available, Production Process A has an initial cost of \$25,000, a 4-year life, and a \$5,000 net salvage value, and the use of Process A will increase net