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  • How many hours per week does Full/Part time college professor work ?

    How many hours per week does Full/Part time professor work ?

    What's the starting salary for part/full time professors at a community college?

    What's the starting salary for part/full time professors at a a four-year university?

    and finally what does it take to become an accounting part/full time professor ?

  • Living in LA Vs. New York, similarities and differences?

    Hi, I am currently living in Los Angeles, in the San Fernando Valley to be more specific. I am planning to go to New York for Grad school. So I am just wondering what are the pros and cons about living in NYC. What are the things that I will miss about living in LA. If you lived in both cities, which one did you prefer and why?

    1 AnswerNew York City8 years ago
  • Eastern religions and environmental issues?

    So I have to write an essay about the views of one western religion and one eastern religion about Global warming and environmental issues. So I am just wondering out of all eastern religion like Hindusim, Budhhism, and Confucianism, which one talks about the importance of taking care of Earth and not harming it the most ??

    1 AnswerReligion & Spirituality8 years ago
  • Questions about Catholicism?

    So I have a religious studies project, which is gathering information about other religions

    Here are my questions about Catholicism. Be as specific as possible:

    Why is Easter celebrated?

    How does Catholicism view abortion?

    How does it view homosexuality, and has it changed in the recent years?

    6 AnswersHomework Help8 years ago
  • Interview with someone from a different religion?

    Hi everyone,

    So for my religious studies class I will have to make an interview with a person from a different relgion, so I am just wondering what type of questions can I ask other than these questions

    What are the general teachings of your religion?

    What are the religious celebrations?

    What's your opinion of people from different religion?

    Does your religion have any similarities with other major religions ?

    Thanks in advance

    5 AnswersHomework Help8 years ago
  • Other Synonyms for "contributes to" OR "leads to"?

    So I am trying to use different words for this sentence, "which it leads to economic growth" other than "contributes to"??

    Thanks

    2 AnswersHomework Help8 years ago
  • Religious studies interview project?

    Hi everyone,

    So for my religious studies class I will have to make an interview with a person from a different relgion, so I am just wondering what type of questions can I ask other than these questions

    What are the general teachings of your religion?

    What are the religious celebrations?

    What's your opinion of people from different religion?

    Does your religion have any similarities with other major religions ?

    Thanks in advance

    2 AnswersReligion & Spirituality8 years ago
  • Religious studies interview project?

    Hi everyone,

    So for my religious studies class I will have to make an interview with a person from a different relgion, so I am just wondering what type of questions can I ask other than these questions

    What are the general teachings of your religion?

    What are the religious celebrations?

    What's your opinion of people from different religion?

    Does your religion have any similarities with other major religions ?

    Thanks in advance

    1 AnswerHomework Help8 years ago
  • Religious studies interview project?

    Hi everyone,

    So for my religious studies class I will have to make an interview with a person from a different relgion, so I am just wondering what type of questions can I ask other than these questions

    What are the general teachings of your religion?

    What are the religious celebrations?

    What's your opinion of people from different religion?

    Does your religion have any similarities with other major religions ?

    Thanks in advance,

    1 AnswerHomework Help8 years ago
  • Ideas for my political science essay?

    So for political science class, I have to write an essay about a remarkable Congressman and I chose Ron Paul since he is one of the few Congressman with really different ideas compared to others.. So in the first paragraph I am writing an introducion about some general information about him and and then In my first supporting paragraphs I thought about writing about his ideas and opinion regarding changing our current foreign policy and cutting foreign aid.... So my question is what other ideas of Ron Paul that makes him different than others ?

    6 AnswersPolitics8 years ago
  • Which hemisphere could be called the "water hemisphere"?

    Which hemisphere could be called the "water hemisphere"?

    a. Southern Hemisphere

    b. Northern Hemisphere

    ^^ i think its A?

    This is a relatively steep structure that marks the boundary between continental crust and oceanic crust.

    a. continental crust

    b. continental hill

    c. continental slope

    d. continental shelf

    ^^ i think its C

    Freshwater is denser than saltwater.

    TrueFalse?

    Salinity is highest at the (blank) and lowest at the (blank).

    Choose one answer.

    a. equator, high latitudes

    b. tropics, high latitudes

    c. high latitudes, tropics

    d. tropics, equator

    i think its B?

  • The Earth's outer core is not solid, but fluid. How do we know this?

    The Earth's outer core is not solid, but fluid. How do we know this?

    a. S waves cannot travel through fluid, and they do not travel through the Earth's core.

    b. We have sent a manned mission down there.

    c. P waves cannot travel through fluid, and they do not travel through the Earth's core.

    d. We have sent a camera probe down there.

    ^^^ I am 90% sure its A, but I just want to make sure ?

    The melting temperature of a rock changes as pressure increases deeper within Earth.

    True or False?

    ^^ I think its True??

  • This force wears down the land and modifies the shape of the Earth's surface?

    This force wears down the land and modifies the shape of the Earth's surface

    a. erision

    b. water flow

    c. corrosion

    d. erosion

    ^^ Ok I am confused between B and D?

    1 AnswerEarth Sciences & Geology8 years ago
  • What are the impacts of dams on rivers?

    A floodplain begins to form at the head of a river because lateral erosion by the meandering river widens the valley floor.

    True False?? i think its True

    What are the impacts of dams on rivers?

    a. They have narrowed the river.

    b. They have widened the river.

    c. They have had no visible effect

    i think its A??

    1 AnswerEarth Sciences & Geology8 years ago
  • Which part of a river or stream will typically contain faster flows and steeper slopes?

    Which part of a river or stream will typically contain faster flows and steeper slopes?

    a. mouth

    b. head

    A floodplain begins to form at the head of a river because lateral erosion by the meandering river widens the valley floor.

    True False?? i think its True

    What are the impacts of dams on rivers?

    a. They have narrowed the river.

    b. They have widened the river.

    c. They have had no visible effect

    i think its A??

    When groundwater (naturally) dissolves underlying rock and forms irregular terrain, springs, disappearing streams, solution valleys, and sinkholes, caves, and caverns, the landscape is called

    a. groundwater erosional topography.

    b. irregular topography.

    c. karst topography.

    d. kris topography

    i think its C?

    which scenario will precipitation flow out more quickly? In other words, which has a shorter lag time?

    a. after urbanization

    b. before urbanization

    c. they both have the same lag time

    I think its A??

    2 AnswersGeography8 years ago
  • Help with geogrophy homework?

    Is Yosemite Valley a good example of carved a deep and wide U shaped valley?

    ^^ I think Yes because glacier affected the shape of the valley??

    During the Pleistocene epoch most of these places were covered in ice.

    a. Canada, Greenland, India

    b. Russia, Canada, and Southeast Asia

    c. Canada, Greenland, Northern Eurasia

    d. Canada, the United States, Mexico

    ^^ I think its C

    What is the dominant agent responsible for most of the erosional work in deserts?

    a. water

    b. sand

    c. ice

    d. wind

    ^^ Ok I am really confused with this question between water and wind??

    Homework Help8 years ago
  • Is Yosemite Valley a good example of carved a deep and wide U shaped valley?

    Is Yosemite Valley a good example of carved a deep and wide U shaped valley?

    ^^ I think Yes because glacier affected the shape of the valley??

    During the Pleistocene epoch most of these places were covered in ice.

    a. Canada, Greenland, India

    b. Russia, Canada, and Southeast Asia

    c. Canada, Greenland, Northern Eurasia

    d. Canada, the United States, Mexico

    ^^ I think its C

    What is the dominant agent responsible for most of the erosional work in deserts?

    a. water

    b. sand

    c. ice

    d. wind

    ^^ Ok I am really confused with this question between water and wind??

    All sediments of glacial origin are called

    a. clay.

    b. drift.

    c. sand.

    d. till.

    ^^ I am pretty sure its B?

    2 AnswersGeography8 years ago
  • What is the dominant agent responsible for most of the erosional work in deserts?

    What is the dominant agent responsible for most of the erosional work in deserts?

    a. water

    b. sand

    c. ice

    d. wind

    ^^ i think its water

    Glaciers do not erode very well because they do not move? True or false

    ^^ I think its False ??

    Q:4

    The American Southwest is a classic region for studying the effects of running water in dry areas. Much of this landscape is Basin and Range. How is this landscape formed?

    a. By the erosion of basins and subsequent deposition of sediment in adjoining mountains.

    b. By the erosion of mountain ranges and subsequent deposition of sediment in the ocean.

    c. By the erosion of mountain ranges and subsequent deposition of sediment on mountain tops.

    d. By the erosion of mountain ranges and subsequent deposition of sediment in adjoining basins

    ^^ i think its D?

    During the Pleistocene epoch most of these places were covered in ice.

    a. Canada, Greenland, India

    b. Russia, Canada, and Southeast Asia

    c. Canada, Greenland, Northern Eurasia

    d. Canada, the United States, Mexico

    ^^ I think its C

    1 AnswerEarth Sciences & Geology8 years ago
  • Glaciers do not erode very well because they do not move?

    Glaciers do not erode very well because they do not move.

    ^^ I think its False ??

    Q:4

    The American Southwest is a classic region for studying the effects of running water in dry areas. Much of this landscape is Basin and Range. How is this landscape formed?

    a. By the erosion of basins and subsequent deposition of sediment in adjoining mountains.

    b. By the erosion of mountain ranges and subsequent deposition of sediment in the ocean.

    c. By the erosion of mountain ranges and subsequent deposition of sediment on mountain tops.

    d. By the erosion of mountain ranges and subsequent deposition of sediment in adjoining basins

    ^^ i think its D?

    Arid and semiarid climates cover about (blank) percent of Earth's land area? I think its 30%

    2

    Marks: 1 What is the dominant agent responsible for most of the erosional work in deserts?

    a. water

    b. sand

    c. ice

    d. wind

    ^^ i think its water

    Q:6

    Which of the following best defines erosion?

    a. the process by which the surface of the earth is worn away by the action of the democratic party

    b. the large scale motion of earth's continents

    c. the process by which the surface of the earth is worn away by the action of water, glaciers, winds, waves, etc.

    d. the building of landforms, ie the process by which mountains are formed

    Is it C?

    2 AnswersEarth Sciences & Geology8 years ago
  • Help with georgrophy homework ?

    Areas that have similar weather characteristics can be grouped together. The study which does this is called

    a. climate.

    b. weather studies.

    c. climatology.

    d. primatology

    ^^ i think its C??

    3 AnswersHomework Help8 years ago