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### Summarize the 10 families within evangelicalism (reformed, Lutheran, Baptist, Presbyterian, Pentecostal, charismatic...?

independent bible movement, Methodist, Anglican, & Puritan. And answer to the objection of those who say that this much diversity demonstrates the phallacious nature of evangelicalism.

Just the basics of this please.

1 AnswerOther - Cultures & Groups6 years ago### Summarize the 10 families within evangelicalism (reformed, Lutheran, Baptist, Presbyterian, Pentecostal, charismatic...?

independent bible movement, Methodist, Anglican, & Puritan. And answer to the objection of those who say that this much diversity demonstrates the phallacious nature of evangelicalism.

Just the basics of this please.

3 AnswersReligion & Spirituality6 years ago### How was David Christlike?

Im doing a Bible assignment and I have to write about how David reflected christ or like how his story was like Jesus'. I just need to know how he was christlike not how he wasnt.

3 AnswersReligion & Spirituality6 years ago### what did the treaty of versailles state?

it can be a vague description or detailed please

3 AnswersHistory6 years ago### What did Germany do to deserve what they got in the Treaty of Versailles?

Im not sure what germany did during world war 1. Like who did they invade first? what bad things did they do? Im doing a researach paper and I have to take the positive side that the Treaty of Versailles were fair.

6 AnswersHistory6 years ago### Help on a history research paper topic?

Okay so I'm in 10th grade and I was assigned this research paper that has to be 5-7 pages long. The topic needs to be after the Reformation which was in the 1500's. It cant be about Martin Luther though cuz I allready studied him. It has to be a highly debatable topic and it has to be a somewhat famous/important topic. It has to be a narrowed down topic also. I can't figure out what to write about. I was thinking something in the civil war but I need something I can debate about and that has a lot of information yet is still a narrow topic. Please help.

2 AnswersHomework Help6 years ago### Need some help on alg 1?

okay im still not sure how to do this. It's brand new to me. I need help on 4-7 please

1 AnswerHomework Help6 years ago### A firefighter in training leans a 21-foot extension ladder against an office building. How far from the building?

A firefighter in training leans a 21-foot extension ladder against an office building. How far

from the building should the ladder be placed if the firefighter wants to reach a window

that is 15 feet above the ground?

a. Draw a right triangle to represent this situation. Label the lengths of the known sides.

Label the length of the unknown side x.

b. Use the Pythagorean theorem to find the length of the missing side. Be sure to

indicate which root represents the answer and write the answer in simplest radical

form.

c. Use a calculator to change the answer to decimal form. Round the answer to the

nearest tenth. Using this decimal number, write a sentence to explain the meaning of

the answer in this situation.

1 AnswerHomework Help6 years ago### help with this math problem?

I don't know how to do this. Help please!

2 AnswersMathematics6 years ago### Can someone help me on this algebra 1 problem?!?

I don't know how to do these. Can someone help me on #1 and I'll try to do the rest on my own:)

1 AnswerHomework Help6 years ago### help on arithmetic and geometric sequences?

Think of an original arithmetic sequence where you add the same number to get from one

term to the next.

a. Write the first six elements of your sequence.© K12 Inc.

b. Identify the common difference in your sequence and use the appropriate

formula to write a rule based on the sequence.

c. Use the rule to find the 50th element of your sequence.

1 AnswerHomework Help6 years ago### I need help with arithmetic and geometric sequences.?

Identify the common difference OR common ratio, depending on whether the sequence

below is arithmetic or geometric. Then use the appropriate formula to write a rule for the

sequence. Finally, use the rule to find the tenth term in the sequence.

–15, –9, –3, 3, 9,…

1 AnswerHomework Help6 years ago### Help with arithmetic and geometric sequences please?!?

5. Think of an original arithmetic sequence where you add the same number to get from one term to the next.

a. Write the first six elements of your sequence.

b. Identify the common difference in your sequence and use the appropriate

formula to write a rule based on the sequence

c. Use the rule to find the 50th element of your sequence.

1 AnswerHomework Help6 years ago