ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL

What would a network tree most likely be used for? A) show the hierarchy of an organization B) to organize the differences between two personalities C) to organize a person's characteristics D) to show the economic growth of a company

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Answer 1
Answer: The correct answer is A.

Network trees are hierarchical by definition. so it would make sense that this would be used to show the different rankings of people in an organization.They're called network trees because there are groups of shapes (for example circles or stars) connected by a linear backbone.

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I need help with essay mother tongue by amy tan

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

Which personal pronoun correctly completes the sentence? The ones in charge are __________ and the boys.

A.
us

B.
we

C.
ours

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The ones in Charge are B) We.. Others should be off point.
B we because more then one can do more stuff

COLLEGE

Do children need to learn handwriting in the modern world?

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I think they should. we use it all the time. its another form of communication.
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Read the excerpt from The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame. Which part of the excerpt shows that the Toad has changed into a humble character over the course of the story? All the animals cheered when he entered, and crowded round to congratulate him and say nice things about his courage, and his cleverness, and his fighting qualities; but Toad only smiled faintly, and murmured, “Not at all!" Or, sometimes, for a change, “On the contrary!" Otter, who was standing on the hearthrug, describing to an admiring circle of friends exactly how he would have managed things had he been there, came forward with a shout, threw his arm round Toad's neck, and tried to take him round the room in triumphal progress; but Toad, in a mild way, was rather snubby to him, remarking gently, as he disengaged himself, “Badger's was the mastermind; the Mole and the Water Rat bore the brunt of the fighting; I merely served in the ranks and did little or nothing.” The animals were evidently puzzled and taken aback by this unexpected attitude of his; and Toad felt, as he moved from one guest to the other, making his modest responses, that he was an object of absorbing interest to everyone. The Badger had ordered everything of the best, and the banquet was a great success. There was much talking and laughter and chaff among the animals, but through it all Toad, who of course was in the chair, looked down his nose and murmured pleasant nothings to the animals on either side of him. At intervals he stole a glance at the Badger and the Rat, and always when he looked they were staring at each other with their mouths open; and this gave him the greatest satisfaction. Some of the younger and livelier animals, as the evening wore on, got whispering to each other that things were not so amusing as they used to be in the good old days; and there were some knockings on the table and cries of “Toad! Speech! Speech from Toad! Song! Mr. Toad's song!” But Toad only shook his head gently, raised one paw in mild protest, and, by pressing delicacies on his guests, by topical small-talk, and by earnest inquiries after members of their families not yet old enough to appear at social functions, managed to convey to them that this dinner was being run on strictly conventional lines. He was indeed an altered Toad!

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In the given excerpt from "The Wind in the Willows" by Kenneth Grahame the words with positive connotations give the excerpt a joyful tone.

The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame.

Badger's was the mastermind; the Mole and the Water Rat bore the brunt of the fighting; I merely served in the ranks and did little or nothing.”

The Wind in the Willows is a book composed by Kenneth Grahame, and was distributed in 1908. The tale is moderate moving and quick paced.

It is around four humanized creature characters to be specific Badger, Rat, Mole, and Toad inside a peaceful release of England. The book is eminent for its blend of experience, mysticism, morality, and friendship.

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Answer:

  • “Badger's was the mastermind; the Mole and the Water Rat bore the brunt of the fighting; I merely served in the ranks and did little or nothing.”

Explanation:

The Wind in the Willows is a book composed by Kenneth Grahame, and was distributed in 1908. The tale is moderate moving and quick paced, it is around four humanized creature characters to be specific Badger, Rat, Mole, and Toad inside a peaceful release of England. The book is eminent for its blend of experience, mysticism, morality, and friendship.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

A population went from 25800 to 42600 in 15 years what is the percent in change?

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25800/42600 = .60563380
so the percent of change is 60%
Divide 25800 add 42600, which is 60%
HIGH SCHOOL

With an appositive, a modifying phrase right next to the noun or pronoun it describes, a writer can take two short, choppy sentences and turn them into one sentence that’s more interesting. a. True
b. False

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The correct answer for this question is this one: "FALSE." With an appositive, a modifying phrase right next to the noun or pronoun it describes, a writer can take two short, choppy sentences and turn them into one sentence that’s more interesting. This is false.

Answer:i just did this question and it is true trust me

Explanation:

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Which of the following can be used to set off nonessential parts of sentences?

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Answer: Dash

Explanation:

Answer:

There aren't any options provided to your question, but the answer to that could be a comma.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Read the passage: One day, soon after this, the little bird fluttered up against the windowpane and beat his wings against it in vain effort to get out. A new idea seized the young prince. He took up a golden jar, went to the window, and struck on one of the checkered panes of glass with all his force.


"You shall be free, even if I cannot be," he said to the bird. Two or three strong blows shivered the small pane, and the bird swept out into the free air beyond.


"Ah, my pretty one, how glad I am that you are free at last!" cried the prince, watching the flight of his fellow prisoner. His face was bright with glad, unselfish joy.

Which theme does this passage develop?

A. be kind to animals

B. helping others often brings greater joy than helping ourselves.

C. selfishness

D. greed

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The correct answer is B
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MIDDLE SCHOOL

Help me on this plz! Plz answer me and tell me why __ is the correct answer. You read an article online written by R. U. Foreal in National Geographic Kids. The article describes a biting insect that eats blood. The title of the article is "The Insect That Gets Under Your Skin!" How would you list the article on your "Works Cited" page?

A-"The Insects That Gets Under Your Skin!" January 12, 2013. National Geographic Kids. Date accessed: April 11, 2013.

B-National Geographic Kids. ""The Insects That Gets Under Your Skin!" by R.U. Foreal. January 12, 2013.

C- Foreal R.U., "The Insects That Gets Under Your Skin!" National Geographic Kids. January 12, 2013.
Accessed: April 11, 2013.

D- "The Insects That Gets Under Your Skin!" R.U. Foreal. National Geographic Kids. January 12, 2013.

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I think the answer is c hope that helps

C- Foreal R.U., "The Insects That Gets Under Your Skin!" National Geographic Kids. January 12, 2013.  

Accessed: April 11, 2013.  



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