PsyDAG
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psychology
Some others are the culture you live in, the subculture (like a minority group within the culture), the neighborhood (urban, suburban, rural), the family (as mentioned by Ken) including one's relative position in the family (first born, only child,
asked on December 7, 2006 
psychology
I searched Google under the key words "Watson Pavlov" to get these possible sources: http://forerunner.com/forerunner/X0497_DeMar__Behaviorism.html http://www.simplypsychology.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/behaviourism.html
asked on May 3, 2007 
math
Unless we have the specifics of the problem, we are unable to provide help. Please repost with more details. I hope this helps a little. Thanks for asking. where else can I get help to figure out a math cross puzzle. I can get some the equations to equal
asked on March 12, 2007 
Science
There is no change of angle (bending) of the light rays. Each wavelength is slowed the same amount in the glass and is increased the same amount as it leaves the glass. http://ww2010.atmos.uiuc.edu/(Gh)/guides/mtr/opt/mch/refr/more.rxml
asked on February 1, 2007 
society
I searched Google under the key words "middle ages culture" to get these possible sources: http://www.medievallife.net/life_main.htm http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Middle_Ages (Broken Link Removed) http://library.thinkquest.org/19662/high/eng/middle.html
asked on April 19, 2007 
physical science
The answer to this can be found more quickly by consulting either an online or hardcopy dictionary. Here is an online dictionary definition. Main Entry: ge·ol·o·gy Pronunciation: jE'äl&jE Function: noun Inflected Form(s): plural gies Etymology: New
asked on April 19, 2007

Math
No table. Stats unclear. Cannot copy and paste here.
posted on June 1, 2020 
English
First, please do not use all capitals. Thank you. Google "DOUBLE STANDARDS IN SOCIETY".
posted on June 1, 2020 
consumer math
1. use same process as in previous post. 2. 3.29/14 = ? 3. 3.18/4 = ?
posted on June 1, 2020 
consumer math
546.58 + 45.50 + (546.58 + 45.50)(.06 + .015 + .01) = ?
posted on June 1, 2020 
Science
How do you define "small or large"? All would produce heat.
posted on June 1, 2020 
math
76,500
posted on June 1, 2020 
math
Agree
posted on June 1, 2020 
Math
13/45 = x/900 Solve for x.
posted on June 1, 2020 
English
From your brief descriptions, "Door" suggests a lack of trust, and "Orpheus" might show a sense of duty when the man visits his father. Outside of that, i can't say, since I have not read either story.
posted on June 1, 2020 
math
"witch ends in quality"? m = 30  12
posted on June 1, 2020 
Math
x + 7
posted on June 1, 2020 
Math
I assume you meant 2 1/4. (6 * 2.25)(6 * 2.25) = ?
posted on May 26, 2020 
Math
Print the question. We do not follow links because of potential spam.
posted on May 26, 2020 
Math
A. (4x+2) + (5x4) + (7x+7) = ? Simplify and do the same with the second triangle. B. Subtract one answer from the other. C. Insert 3 for x in answers for A.
posted on May 26, 2020 
History
You can start with the crucifixion of Christ. They had the choice of sparing one person, but did not pick Christ. For more, Google "blaming Jews."
posted on May 25, 2020 
mathematics
Density = mass/volume Calculate density of each wood and compare to water.
posted on May 25, 2020 
mathematics
(2.53*2,221,628)/(237*367) = ?
posted on May 25, 2020 
mathematics
500 * .025 = ?
posted on May 25, 2020 
geometry
No image shown. Cannot copy and paste here
posted on May 25, 2020 
math
What sample space?
posted on May 24, 2020 
math
You got it!
posted on May 23, 2020 
math
Assuming that the other scores are also percentages, Wilbert got an extremely low score, B.
posted on May 23, 2020 
math
Unless you are missing some data, it doesn't.
posted on May 23, 2020 
math
No triangle. Cannot copy and paste here.
posted on May 23, 2020 
math
18/3 = x/5 Solve for x.
posted on May 23, 2020 
Biology
Cannot draw maps on these posts.
posted on May 23, 2020 
physiology
Try Googling "properties of skeletal muscle tissue".
posted on May 23, 2020 
Mathematics
Cannot make sense of the data expressed vertically. Need to know number of eggs "left over".
posted on May 23, 2020 
math
good!
posted on May 23, 2020 
math
18 * 14 = ?
posted on May 23, 2020 
Math
What is your question?
posted on May 21, 2020 
Algebra
As one increases, the other decreases. What does that tell you? Check by inserting x to find values of y
posted on May 21, 2020 
English
Still don't have it.
posted on May 21, 2020 
Algebra
12/280 = ?
posted on May 21, 2020 
Algebra
6, 7 and 8 are greater than 5. That is 3 out of 8.
posted on May 21, 2020 
statistics
.3*40 = ?
posted on May 21, 2020 
history
What video?
posted on May 21, 2020 
Algebra 2
Arrange in order of value from lowest to highest. 90th would be between 9th and 10th. 30th would be between 3rd and 4th.
posted on May 21, 2020 
Social Studies
Don't know about the others, but the third one is wrong.
posted on May 21, 2020 
English
Agree
posted on May 21, 2020 
English
D, in C the spade changed to a shovel, In A distance does not stop you from going to a store, with B banjos arre not grown.
posted on May 21, 2020 
Math
This is assuming that the cave is not completely under water.
posted on May 21, 2020 
English
Do not have "selection 2" and second question is D.
posted on May 21, 2020 
MATH
We are here to evaluate your responses, but I will answer the first question for you. 2(6) + 3 = ?
posted on May 19, 2020 
Science
What is your choice?
posted on May 19, 2020 
Algebra
400*.021 = ? Happy Birthday!
posted on May 19, 2020 
science
sun, producers, herbivores, carnivores
posted on May 19, 2020 
Mathematics
What is your question?
posted on May 16, 2020 
mathematics
We do not do your homework for you. Although it might take more effort to do the work on your own, you will profit more from your effort. We will be happy to evaluate your work though. I will start you out though. In DELCAMP, there are 2 vowels out of 7
posted on May 16, 2020 
Mathematics
2/12 = ?
posted on May 15, 2020 
science
I would agree. From Google: Inductive and deductive reasoning both strive to construct a valid argument. ... Therefore, inductive reasoning moves from specific instances into a generalized conclusion, while deductive reasoning moves from generalized
posted on May 14, 2020 
Science
This is what I found in Google: Carbon dioxide controls Earth's temperature. Water vapor and clouds are the major contributors to Earth's greenhouse effect, but a new atmosphereocean climate modeling study shows that the planet's temperature ultimately
posted on May 14, 2020 
Science
From Google: The gravitational forces of the Moon and the Sun both contribute to the tides. Spring tides occur during the full moon and the new moon. During the moon's quarter phases the sun and moon work at right angles, causing the bulges to cancel each
posted on May 14, 2020 
Geometry
Lacking data.
posted on May 14, 2020 
Science
What are your choices?
posted on May 14, 2020 
science
agree
posted on May 14, 2020 
Algebra
4(30*48)/(12*10)(12*40) = ?
posted on May 7, 2020 
Mathematics
The container is 240 cm long, 90 cm wide and 80 cm high. Volume of container/divided by volume of book = how many books Missing one dimension of the books.
posted on May 7, 2020 
Mathematics
Complete your data.
posted on May 7, 2020 
geometry
No diagram.
posted on May 7, 2020 
math
We do not do your homework for you. Although it might take more effort to do the work on your own, you will profit more from your effort. We will be happy to evaluate your work though.
posted on May 7, 2020 
science
We do not do your homework for you. Although it might take more effort to do the work on your own, you will profit more from your effort. We will be happy to evaluate your work though.
posted on May 7, 2020 
computers
We do not do your homework for you. Although it might take more effort to do the work on your own, you will profit more from your effort. We will be happy to evaluate your work though.
posted on May 7, 2020 
Math
What are your choices?
posted on May 7, 2020 
Math
The only number greater than 5 is 6. P(6) = 1/6
posted on May 7, 2020 
Math
P(not Y) = (5+3+4+2)/(5+2+3+4+2)
posted on May 7, 2020 
Mathematics
P(W) = 12/19 P(B) = 7/(191) If the events are independent, the probability of both/all events occurring is determined by multiplying the probabilities of the individual events.
posted on May 7, 2020 
Math
Not math. Try Googling "life cycle of butterfly and beetle".
posted on May 7, 2020 
Math
40 *.25 = ?
posted on May 7, 2020 
Math
300 * .36 = ?
posted on May 7, 2020 
math
V=4/3πr^3 Insert volume value, and solve for r.
posted on April 30, 2020 
biology
What are your choices?
posted on April 24, 2020 
social studies
From Wikipedia: Members of the Underground Railroad often used specific terms, based on the metaphor of the railway. For example: People who helped slaves find the railroad were "agents" (or "shepherds") Guides were known as "conductors" Hiding places were
posted on April 24, 2020 
algebra
Data unclear.
posted on April 24, 2020 
math
P(N) = 2/8 = 1/4 P(C) = 1/8 If the events are independent, the probability of both/all events occurring is determined by multiplying the probabilities of the individual events. There are 6 consonants in FUNCTION
posted on April 24, 2020 
Math
4y = 2x + 8 Divide both sides by 4.
posted on April 24, 2020 
Science
How are we supposed to know about YOUR community?
posted on April 21, 2020 
Science
What compound?
posted on April 21, 2020 
Math
Since we cannot see the graph for point A, no.
posted on April 21, 2020 
Statistics
From Google: If the null hypothesis is true, then the F ratio should be approximately one since MSB and MSE should be about the same. If the ratio is much larger than one, then it is likely that MSB is estimating a larger quantity than is MSE and that the
posted on April 21, 2020 
Science
If they were not above the ground, how could sunlight or pollinating bees reach them?
posted on April 21, 2020 
Government
agree
posted on April 21, 2020 
stats
We do not do your homework for you. Although it might take more effort to do the work on your own, you will profit more from your effort. We will be happy to evaluate your work though. What are your answers?
posted on April 17, 2020 
Physics/Science
From Googling "chemical energy and nuclear energy": Chemical energy involves only the exchange or sharing of electrons among atoms. But nuclear energy is different; it involves not the electrons but the nuclei of atoms. ... The electrons of an atom orbit
posted on April 17, 2020 
Math
Nick got that (I assume) by dividing $100,000,000 by 5,000,000, so you know the process.
posted on April 17, 2020 
Math
a. agree b. 10^8 means you shift the decimal point to the right 8 places. The value is much larger. c. 10^6 means you shift the decimal point to the left 6 places. The value is much smaller.
posted on April 17, 2020 
Math
Insufficient data. Cannot copy and paste figure here.
posted on April 17, 2020 
Science
More data needed.
posted on April 15, 2020 
Math
We do not do your homework for you. Although it might take more effort to do the work on your own, you will profit more from your effort. We will be happy to evaluate your work though.
posted on April 15, 2020 
Science
Wouldn't it be the intensity of your light source and the piece of paper?
posted on April 15, 2020 
math
Hard to make sense when data is vertical. Also, cannot diagram on these posts.
posted on April 15, 2020 
Statistics
Out of 36 possibilities for each roll, the total of greater than 8 can be obtained by: 6,3 3,6 4,5 5,4 5,5 5,6 6,5 6,6 So the probability of getting greater than 8 on a throw = 8/36 On the first two throws, each has a probability of getting 8 or less of
posted on April 15, 2020 
Civics
Google "Imperial Presidency" and read carefully.
posted on April 15, 2020