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• ### Need help with one Geography question please?

Which could be a form of bias in a map?

Check all that apply.

(Points : 2)

When average incomes are given as a single number for an entire state

When cities are shown in yellow and countryside shown in green

When fishing industry is shown with an icon depicting a dead fish

When west is depicted as being toward the top of the map

2 AnswersGeography6 years ago
• ### Anyone has read Charles Dickens? I need a good thesis...?

I WILL reward best answer. Promise!! :) I really need help as this is my last day to turn this essay in. I'm very stuck on this, anything to help me start, please please!!!

Charles Dickens’s Hard Times is a novel divided into three books. These books are titled “Sowing,” “Reaping,” and “Garnering.”

Explain how each book’s title relates to the events, characters, and themes that Dickens addresses in it, and analyze how the novel’s three sections convey Dickens’s central message about rationality and logic in mid-nineteenth-century England. Can someone please give me a thesis?

Thank you!

1 AnswerBooks & Authors6 years ago
• ### Charles Dickens’s Hard Times is a novel divided into three books. These books are titled “Sowing,” “Reaping,” and “Garnering.”?

Explain how each book’s title relates to the events, characters, and themes that Dickens addresses in it, and analyze how the novel’s three sections convey Dickens’s central message about rationality and logic in mid-nineteenth-century England. Can someone please give me a thesis?

1 AnswerHomework Help6 years ago
• ### Will my grade go up to an A?

So I have a 82% in one class. If I just turned in 2 assignments that had 0/30 each , would it go up to an A? If I got 30/30 on 2 assignments

And in another class I have an 80%. If I turned in 3 assignments worth 20 points each (total of 60 pts again) , would it go up to at least 90% if I get full credit.

Thanks. I'm so nervous because if it doesnt, that means I'll be getting so many B's this semester

:'(

I'm in 11th grade if it matters.. okay I don't think it does.. lol

2 AnswersPrimary & Secondary Education6 years ago
• ### How do you copy and paste microsoft word images?

Hi.. So I have this assignment to do.

There are some images on the Microsoft word document that I would like to copy and paste onto Google image search so I could see what picture it is and what it's called. How would I copy it? I copied it but it doesn't do it on Google. I have Microsoft word 2003 and don't tell me to upgrade it because my computer is for school. (they downloaded it for us and we can't change that)

Please please if you know plz tell me how to do that.

Thanks

1) Which U.S. actions violated the constitutional rights of some citizens during World War II?

arresting protesters who wanted to voice concerns about the cost of the war

preventing Movietone News from showing casualties being returned home

tapping the phones of suspected communists without warrants

interning and detaining Japanese Americans in camps

2) Which best describes the results of the Holocaust?

About 2 million people, including about 1 million Jews, were systematically murdered by the Nazis.

About 6 million people, including about 3 million Jews, were systematically murdered by the Nazis.

About 20 million people, including about 12 million Jews, were systematically murdered by the Nazis.

About 11 million people, including about 6 million Jews, were systematically murdered by the Nazis.

3) Which was the result of the Korean War?

A cease-fire agreement created a demilitarized zone along the 38th parallel.

The two nations formed the Republic of Korea, which functions as a democracy.

A peace treaty established one unified, democratic nation.

China took over communist North Korea, and the United Nations took over democratic South Korea.

5 AnswersHistory6 years ago
• ### Double check my answers please? Chemistry..?

Answers marked with a * is what I think it is....

Which of the following is the transfer of energy?

thermal energy

temperature

heat*

caloric

You boil a stone in 100°C water for one hour. You remove it and place it in air that is 21°C. Which of the following explains what happens?

The slow-moving stone molecules strike the rapidly moving air molecules and transfer thermal energy, thereby decreasing the air temperature.

The slower- moving molecules of air collide with the rapidly vibrating stone molecules. The air molecules gain energy raising the air temperature.*

The rapidly moving molecules of air collide with the rapidly vibrating stone molecules and lose energy. The air temperature decreases.

The molecules of both the stone and the air move at the same speed, so no energy is transferred.

You place a block of dry ice (-40°C) in contact with an ice cube (-10°C). Assuming no chemical reactions occur, which of the following will happen?

Heat will flow from the dry ice to the ice cube.

Heat will flow from the ice cube to the dry ice.*

No heat will flow.

There is now way to tell without a thermometer

1 AnswerChemistry6 years ago
• ### Boyle's law? Need help with one question please!?

What gas law formula did you learn in this video?

Please watch this video:

It's only 3 minutes please I really need help . thank you!!

1 AnswerChemistry6 years ago
• ### Which proposal would Theodore Roosevelt and his "New Nationalism" oppose?

26. Which proposal would Theodore Roosevelt and his "New Nationalism" oppose?

(Points : 3)

inheritance and income taxes

conservation and national parks

less restriction on corporations

workers' compensation laws

I think its either C or D?? help?

1 AnswerHistory7 years ago
• ### What was one effect of the Americanization movement in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries?

Fewer immigrants chose to become U.S. citizens.

Many immigrant children attended public schools and assimilated quickly.

More immigrants were welcomed into traditionally white Protestant neighborhoods.

The debate over cultural pluralism ended.

2 AnswersHistory7 years ago
• ### What was the purpose of the Dawes Act? Check my answers plz?

to provide Indians with money to start over

to contribute to the well-being of Native Americans

to offer government resources to Native Americans

to reduce Indian tribal lands and power

is it C?

15) This quote refers to the oil industry, but it could also describe the development of what other large industry?

"It was the law of nature, the survival of the fittest, that [the small refiners] could not last against such a competitor."

banking

steel

tobacco

Is it B??

3 AnswersHistory7 years ago
• ### What was the purpose of the Dawes Act? Check my answers plz?

to provide Indians with money to start over

to contribute to the well-being of Native Americans

to offer government resources to Native Americans

to reduce Indian tribal lands and power

is it C?

15) This quote refers to the oil industry, but it could also describe the development of what other large industry?

"It was the law of nature, the survival of the fittest, that [the small refiners] could not last against such a competitor."

banking

steel

tobacco

Is it B??

2 AnswersHistory7 years ago
• ### Which of the following is the composition of an isotope of calcium (atomic number 20)?

22 protons, 20 neutrons, 19 electrons

19 protons, 20 neutrons, 19 electrons

20 protons, 25 neutrons, 20 electrons

21 protons, 20 neutrons, 20 electrons

sorry i asked this question like 2 times. i just really need the answer!! i thought calcium had 20 protons and 20 neutrons but there is no option like that :( so confused, please help!

1 AnswerChemistry7 years ago
• ### Chemistry help? 3 Questions?

3. An electrically neutral atom of oxygen has eight electrons. What other facts do you know for sure about this atom?

There are eight neutrons in the nucleus.

There are eight protons.

There is a charge of +8 on an atom of beryllium.

There is a charge of 8 on an atom of beryllium.

8. An atom of gallium has 31 protons and a mass number of 70. What is the atomic number for an atom of gallium?

31

35

39

70

9. Mercury has an atomic number of 80 and a mass number of 200. How many neutrons are in one atom of mercury?

40

80

120

200

Please explain how to do the last 2! Thank you!

2 AnswersChemistry7 years ago
• ### Which of the following is the composition of an isotope of calcium (atomic number 20)?

22 protons, 20 neutrons, 19 electrons

19 protons, 20 neutrons, 19 electrons

20 protons, 25 neutrons, 20 electrons

21 protons, 20 neutrons, 20 electrons

1 AnswerChemistry7 years ago
• ### Help! A few chemistry questions?

3. An electrically neutral atom of oxygen has eight electrons. What other facts do you know for sure about this atom?

There are eight neutrons in the nucleus.

There are eight protons.

There is a charge of +8 on an atom of beryllium.

There is a charge of 8 on an atom of beryllium.

8. An atom of gallium has 31 protons and a mass number of 70. What is the atomic number for an atom of gallium?

31

35

39

70

9. Mercury has an atomic number of 80 and a mass number of 200. How many neutrons are in one atom of mercury?

40

80

120

200

Please explain how to do the last 2! Thank you!

2 AnswersChemistry7 years ago
• ### History..Just 1 more question.. I swear :P ?

Hahah thanks to everyone who answered my previous questions!!! xoxo

27. Which state was the first to secede from the Union and on what grounds?

South Carolina; because it thought the federal government violated its obligations to the states

Virginia; because it wanted to be the home of the capital of the Confederate States of America

South Carolina; because it wanted to acquire Fort Sumter to protect Charleston's harbor

Virginia; because it was closest to Washington, D.C.

It's either A or C right??.. HELP!!!

3 AnswersHistory7 years ago
• ### Double checking.. History help......???

2. Hamilton's vision for the nation included which of the following?

a strong agricultural network

a strong federal government

power shared equally between federal and state governments X

a minimal military presence

13. Which area did the United States acquire in the 1840s, and how did it acquire the land?

The United States purchased Hawaii from France.

The United States took the Louisiana Territory from Native Americans. X

Andrew Jackson purchased the Florida Territory from France.

Mexico ceded Calfornia to the United States as part of a peace treaty.

16. What word describes reformer's efforts to reduce or eliminate alcohol consumption?

temperance X

rumination

deliverance

rumination

the X is what I think the answer is.. my answers are probably all wrong so can u plz correct me if I am :) Thanks !

4 AnswersHistory7 years ago
• ### Helpppp!!!! Check my answers... Only 2 Questions?? History?

27. Which state was the first to secede from the Union and on what grounds?

X South Carolina; because it thought the federal government violated its obligations to the states

Virginia; because it wanted to be the home of the capital of the Confederate States of America

X South Carolina; because it wanted to acquire Fort Sumter to protect Charleston's harbor

Virginia; because it was closest to Washington, D.C.

28. Which describes Michigan, Minnesota, Iowa, and Oregon during the Civil War?

Confederate states

border states

organized territories

Union states .. X

1 AnswerHistory7 years ago
• ### Help with 3 algebra questions pls?

1) Mr. Daria has 5 different sweaters that he wears to work in a typical 5-day work week. If he wears a different sweater to work each day, how many different ways can Mr. Daria arrange his sweaters for a typical work week?

2) What value of x will make the following equation true?

logX 81 = -4

3) The probability of Keith winning a chess game against Sooeng is 0.4. What is the probability that Keith will not win 3 games in a row?

4 AnswersMathematics7 years ago