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Why does the argument presented below NOT prove the point being argued? "You should not hire Leah. Last week, her boyfriend drove all the way from Oklahoma to Illinois to see her, and after he arrived, she broke up with him. Can you believe that? Why couldn't she have done that over the phone or something? Instead, she waited until he spent all that time and money to go see her. You shouldn't hire somebody who would treat someone else like that." A. We should not feel pity for Leah. She decided to act cold and what goes around comes around. B. Leah should definitely be hired because she is the best person for the job. C. Leah's relationship with her boyfriend does not have anything to do with her qualifications for the job. D. Leah's boyfriend must have done something really bad for her to do that to him.

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Why does the argument presented below NOT prove the point being argued? “You should not hire Leah. Last week, her boyfriend drove all the way from Oklahoma to Illinois to see her, and after he arrived, she broke up with him. Can you believe that? Why couldn’t she have done that over the phone or something? Instead, she waited until he spent all that time and money to go see her. You shouldn’t hire somebody who would treat someone else like that.” A. We should not feel pity for Leah. She decided to act cold and what goes around comes around. B. Leah should definitely be hired because she is the best person for the job. C. Leah’s relationship with her boyfriend does not have anything to do with her qualifications for the job. D. Leah’s boyfriend must have done something really bad for her to do that to him.

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Eric drove his fishing boat into a large cove and dropped the anchor in 52 feet of water the anchor descends at a constant rate of 3.8 feet per second, how long will it take for the anchor to hit the bottom of the lake? Round your answer to the nearest tenth If of a second if necessary.

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Eric drove his fishing boat into a large cove and dropped the anchor in 52 feet of water the anchor descends at a constant rate of 3.8 feet per second, how long will it take for the anchor to hit the bottom of the lake? Round your answer to the nearest tenth If of a second if necessary.

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Which lines in this excerpt from act I of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet reveal that Romeo was avoiding Benvolio? BENVOLIO: Madam, an hour before the worshipped sun Peered forth the golden window of the east, A troubled mind drove me to walk abroad, Where, underneath the grove of sycamore That westward rooteth from this city side, So early walking did I see your son. Towards him I made, but he was ‘ware of me And stole into the covert of the wood. I, measuring his affections by my own, Which then most sought where most might not be found, Being one too many by my weary self, Pursued my humor not pursuing his, And gladly shunned who gladly fled from me.

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Since a tiny tender child of four,
There’s nothing that I dreamt of more,
Than to jump aboard a great big ship,
A telescope, a map, a sword, by my hip,
To feel the sea breeze in my hair,
To stroke my parrot on the wood chair,
To be bold and brave and happy as can be,
To trek and travel and sail the seven seas.

8 lines. Rhyme scheme aabbccdd. If I managed to write that in about 4 minutes, you could write something much better and longer in like 30 minutes. You can use my rubbish poem as inspiration lol. Good luck X

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Which excerpt from “The Man to Send Rain Clouds” best illustrates how Leon’s beliefs differ from those of Father Paul? “Well, I’m glad you understand. I hope I’ll be seeing you at Mass this week—we missed you last Sunday. See if you can get old Teofilo to come with you.” The priest smiled and waved at them as they drove away. Leon walked toward the old man’s bed. The red plaid shawl had been shaken and spread carefully over the bed, and a new brown flannel shirt and pair of stiff new Levi’s were arranged neatly beside the pillow. It was noontime now because the church bells rang the Angelus. They ate the beans with hot bread, and nobody said anything until after Teresa poured the coffee. Leon turned to look up at the high blue mountains in the deep snow that reflected a faint red light from the west. He felt good because it was finished, and he was happy about the sprinkling of the holy water; now the old man could send them big thunderclouds for sure.

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Answer: D) Bountiful harvests, to suggest Gant’s agricultural success.

Explanation: In the given excerpt we can see many sensorial details like “His grape vines thickened into brawny ropes of brown” and “And the flowers grew in rioting glory in his yard—the velvet-leaved nasturtium, slashed with a hundred tawny dyes”, these sensorial details about Gant’s harvests helps to create an image of abundance, and products of great quality, which demonstrates Gant’s agricultural success.

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The Gonzales family drove 300 miles on the first day of their vacation and 250 on each day after that. If d represents the number of days they drove after the first day, which expression gives the total distance driven?

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Employee                                 Mary      Zoe         Greg         Ann           Tom

Cumulative Pay                       $6,800   $10,500  $8,400    $66,000   $4,700

Pay subject to FICA S.S.         $421.60  $651.00  $520.80 $4092.00 $291.40
6.2%, (First $118,000)

Pay subject to FICA Medicare $98.60 $152.25    $121.80    $957.00    $68.15
1.45% of gross

Pay subject to FUTA Taxes      $40.80  $63.00     $50.40    $396.00  $28.20
0.6%

Pay subject to SUTA Taxes   $367.20  $567.00  $453.60  $3564.00 $253.80
5.4% (First $7000)

Totals                                     $928.20 $1,433.25 $1,146.60 $9,009.00 $641.55

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Larry travels 60 miles per hour going to a friend’s house and 50 miles per hour coming back, using the same road. he drove a total of 5 hours. what is the distance from larry’s house to his friend’s house, rounded to the nearest mile?

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You need to determine the number of ways in which 30 competitors from 50 can qualify. First, you have to realize that the order is irrelevant, that is: it is the same competitor_1, competitor _2, competitor _3 than competitor_3, competitor_2, competitor_1, or any combination of those three competitors.

So, the number of ways is which 30 competitors from 50 can qualify is given by the formula of combinations, which is:

C (m,n) = m! / (n! * (m -n)! )

=> C (50,30) = 50! / (30! (50 – 30)! ) = (50!) / [30! (50 – 30)!] = 50! / [30! 20!] =

 = 47,129,212,243,960 different ways the qualifiying round of 30 competitors can be selected from the 50 competitors.

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Reggie drove his race car 4 times around the track for a total of 10 miles. How many kilometers did he drive? (Note that 1 mile= 1.61 kilometers)

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Reggie drove his race car 4 times around the track for a total of 10 miles. How many kilometers did he drive? (Note that 1 mile= 1.61 kilometers)

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ENGLISH HELP Read the poem below and then answer questions 1-7. Because I could not stop for Death – (479) by EMILY DICKINSON Because I could not stop for Death – He kindly stopped for me – The Carriage held but just Ourselves – And Immortality. We slowly drove – He knew no haste And I had put away My labor and my leisure too, For His Civility – We passed the School, where Children strove At Recess – in the Ring – We passed the Fields of Gazing Grain – We passed the Setting Sun – Or rather – He passed Us – The Dews drew quivering and Chill – For only Gossamer, my Gown – My Tippet – only Tulle – We paused before a House that seemed A Swelling of the Ground – The Roof was scarcely visible – The Cornice – in the Ground – Since then – ’tis Centuries – and yet Feels shorter than the Day I first surmised the Horses’ Heads Were toward Eternity – Question 1 (2 points) Question 1 Unsaved What is the rhyme scheme of the first stanza? Question 1 options: ABAB ABCB ABBA ABCA Save Question 2 (2 points) Question 2 Unsaved How many stanzas does this poem have? Question 2 options: 24 6 1 5 Save Question 3 (2 points) Question 3 Unsaved Re-read the second stanza: We slowly drove – He knew no haste And I had put away My labor and my leisure too, For His Civility – The second and fourth lines show an example of Question 3 options: metaphor slant rhyme simile irony Save Question 4 (2 points) Question 4 Unsaved In the third stanza: We passed the School, where Children strove At Recess – in the Ring – We passed the Fields of Gazing Grain – We passed the Setting Sun – There are three examples of ____________. Question 4 options: similes juxtaposition personification alliteration Save Question 5 (2 points) Question 5 Unsaved Because I could not stop for Death – He kindly stopped for me – These lines show an example of __________. Question 5 options: end rhyme simile personification metaphor Save Question 6 (2 points) Question 6 Unsaved The rhythm of a poem is written in ___________. Question 6 options: feet inches symbols notes Save Question 7 (2 points) Question 7 Unsaved The slant rhyme in the fourth stanza (second and fourth lines) relies on what sound type? Or rather – He passed Us – The Dews drew quivering and Chill – For only Gossamer, my Gown – My Tippet – only Tulle – Question 7 options: meter consonance assonance pizzacato

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A counterclaim, in my own words, is a rebuttle to any comments one might have against your Claim and one of it’s reasons.

So! in order to fit this into your dilemma, you’re going to want to ask yourself
“What might someone have to say against my reason? (Pick one)” 

Then you should start the draft of your counter off by putting *If my readers where to question with “well what if___?” then i’d simply give them a reason / solution like—[COUNTER CLAIM]*

Now, onto my ideas for a good counter / rebuttle..

If they we’re to question your claim… (your choice!) …
along the lines of; why stop the use of pesticides? They prevent produce waste. Simply put: “Remember the ultimate goal of having a honey bee farm, to harvest honey, not to kill off pests with detrimental pesticides.
So if investment into pesticides is so important to the extent of having to use such risky methods. Why not invest in a more beneficial method? Such as sheltering the bee’s with an insect proof structure? Or do away with the whole idea of outdoor honey farms, and make a systematic facility with flowers, bees, sunlight, etc.”

Just did that by simply asking myself those questions above, you got this.
And you have my permission to use this work if need be, but you’ve made it this far. Like you said & im sure of it as well after reading your work; you can finish this on your own. GL

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The hastings family drove 12/25 of the distance to yellowstone national park on the first day of their vacation.what percent of the distance to the park remained for them to drive?

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A dilation is a transformation, D_{o,k} with center O and a scale factor of k that is not zero, that maps O to itself and any other point P to P’.
The center O is a fixed point, P’ is the image of P, points O, P and P’ are on the same line.

Thus, a dilation of D_{o,2} is a dilation with centre O and a scale factor of 2 mapping the original figure to the image in such a way that the distances from O to the vertices of the image are twice the distances from O to the original figure. Also the size of the image are twice the size of the original figure.

In the dilation of triangle QRS with the rule D_{o,2},
1.) The size of the image △Q’R’S’ is twice the size of △QRS (i.e. D_{o,2}(x, y)=(2x,  2y).
Thus the first option is true.

2.) Line Q’S’ will lie on the same line as line QS. The slope of line QS = (3 – 1) / (-3 – (-1)) = 2 / -2 = -1.
Thus the second option is true.

3.) QR cannot be longer than Q’R’ as the size of the image is twice the size of the original figure.
Thus the third option is not true.

4.) The vertices of the image cannot be closer to the origin than those of the pre-image as the distances from O to the vertices of the image are twice the distances from O to the original figure.
Thus the fourth option is not true.

5.) The distance from Q’ to the origin is twice the distance from Q to the origin as the distances from O to the vertices of the image are twice the distances from O to the original figure.
Thus the fifth option is true.

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Samira went to a party with a new friend, Saul. Saul drove but then used illegal drugs at the party. He is not safe to drive. As the party dies down, Saul tells Samira that it’s past his curfew and time to go home. Which is the best example of assertive refusal that Samira could use to keep herself safe? A. Samira looks away and says no every time Saul tells her to get in the car. Samira tells him she still wants to stay at the party. B. Samira looks away and firmly says no at first, but later she gets in the car and lets Saul drive her home. C. Samira stands up straight and shakes her head, but then she gets in the car and lets Saul drive her home anyway. D. Samira stands up straight, shakes her head, and firmly says no every time Saul asks her to get in the car. She then waits for her aunt to come pick her up.

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While when you use a fitness center, you have access to more machines, and more resources, when at home, you are more likely to have the amenities you would like, and more focus on your exercise, and less on others. As far as cost, if you are looking to buy machines, then it would be much cheaper to go to a fitness center, but if you are looking to do exercises with items you may already have, or other cheap items, then it would, in that case be more cost effective to work out at home.

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Sara left home at 11:15am. It took her 5 minutes to drive to the mall. She shopped for 55 minutes and spent 1.5 hours at the beauty shop. She had to wait 15 minutes to get food at the take-out restaurant. It took her another 10 minutes to drive home. If she drove straight home, what time did she return?

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Answer:

Option 1.

Step-by-step explanation:

As per table given

Option A. Range between the maximum and minimum values for taco truck one will be the mean value of the truck 1 for 10 days

= (721+658+437+527+601+468+425+431+508+515)/10 = 5291/10 = 529.10

Range between maximum and minimum value for truck 2

= (462+471+426+654+647+732+701+684+632+698)/10 = 6107/10 = 610.70

Therefore the range between maximum and minimum values for truck 2 is greater than truck 1.

Option B. is not true because food truck 1 sold the most on day 1 and truck 2 on day 6.

Option C. is not true because on average truck 2 sold more tacos than truck 1 over the period of 10 days.

Option D. Median of truck 1 is 601 while for truck 2 is 647 so this option is also not valid.

Therefore option A. is the answer.

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In the morning, Margret drove to a business appointment at 50 mph. Her average speed on the return trip in the afternoon was 40 mph. The return trip took (1/4) hours longer because of heavy traffic. How far did she travel to the appointment? …?

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Mr. Carter drove 638 miles the first weekend. He drove 243 miles the second weekend. About how much further did Mr. Carter drive the first weekend than the second weekend? (Give your answer to the nearest 100 miles.)

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  • Sara: 148 miles
  • Eli: 74  miles
  • Ashley: 222  miles
  • Hazel: 444 miles

Further explanation

Given:

  • Sara travels twice as far as Eli when going to camp.
  • Ashley travels as far as Sara and Eli together.
  • Hazel travels three times as far as Sara.
  • In total, all four travel a total of 888 miles to camp.

Question:

How far does each of them travel?

The Process:

From these four people, we start from Eli.

Let’s call Eli’s travel as d.

boxed{  Eli's  travel = d  }

Sara travels twice as far as Eli.

boxed{  Sara's  travel = 2d  }

Ashley travels as far as Sara and Eli together.

boxed{  Ashley's  travel = d + 2d rightarrow boxed{  Ashley's  travel = 3d  }}

Hazel travels three times as far as Sara.

boxed{  Hazel's  travel = 3 times 2d rightarrow boxed{  Hazel's  travel = 6d  }}

In total, all four travel a total of 888 miles to camp.

boxed{  d + 2d + 3d + 6d = 888  }

boxed{  12d = 888  }

boxed{  12 times d = 888  }

boxed{  d = 888 div 12  }

boxed{boxed{  d = 74  }}

We have obtained d. The final step is to substitute the value of d for each person’s travel.

Thus we already know how far each of them travels.

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The summary scheme is as follows:

  • Eli’s travel ⇒ boxed{d}
  • Sara’s travel ⇒ boxed{d}boxed{d}
  • Ashley’s travel ⇒ boxed{d}boxed{d}boxed{d}  
  • Hazel’s travel ⇒ boxed{d}boxed{d}boxed{d}boxed{d}boxed{d}boxed{d}

boxed{d}boxed{d}boxed{d}boxed{d}boxed{d}boxed{d}boxed{d}boxed{d}boxed{d}boxed{d}boxed{d}boxed{d} = 888

boxed{  12 times d = 888  }

boxed{  d = 888 div 12  }

boxed{boxed{  d = 74  }}

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Read this excerpt from The Odyssey: The wind drove me out of Ilium on to Ismarus,the Cicones’ stronghold. There I sacked the city,killed the men, but as for the wives and plunder,that rich haul we dragged away from the placewe shared it round so no one, not on my account,would go deprived of his fair share of spoils. Which sentence states implicit information you can learn from the passage? A.Odysseus raided the Cicones and killed all the men. B.Odysseus is a generous leader. C.Odysseus’s ship was pushed by the wind towards Ismarus. D.Odysseus took great riches from the Cicones.

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1) The witches predictions foreshadow what might happen because they are predictions that are at the beginning of the play and in the middle too, so the tension is building up as to why the witches said them.

2) Macbeth’s reactions to the first 3 predictions were no other than shocked and confused. The other 3 predictions, he didn’t care because he thought he was unbeatable and nothing and nobody can stop him!! But his ambitions so go down hill as his ambitions take control over him. He is a ‘brave solider’ at the beginning of the play, but turns into a ‘dangerous’ criminal near the end of the play. Macbeth’s ambitions are his biggest weakness of everything.

3) Lady Macbeth is a clever, but deep down she is cruel as her husband is. She influenced her husband to kill Duncan, even if Macbeth didn’t want too. The term ‘coward’ was used to make Macbeth have the courage to kill Duncan. Also Lady Macbeth wanted to change from being a woman to being a man, ‘Come to my woman’s breast and take my milk for gall’ and ‘unsex me here’ meaning she want to have the courage to kill Duncan. She wants man power because women were know as the ‘weak’ ones and Lady Macbeth wanted to be the strongest one.

4) I don’t know about this one, but I have some ideas about some thought.

– Macbeth feels guilty, remorse, from killing Duncan. (He has a guilty conscience).
– He starts having hallucinations, especially after the death of Banquo. He hears voices after the murder of Duncan, ‘Macbeth does murder sleep’ and this creeps him out. And the dagger that leads him to the kings room.
– His kingship was bad to begin with.
– Macbeth’s Fate and Free will change throughout the play.

I hope this helps as much as it will help me!!! I’m sorry if I didn’t help with question 4, I didn’t know that one, but I did the other 3!!

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