Which of th following best summarizes the impact of the neolithic revolution on the creation of river valley civiliztions ?Read More »
A scientist needs to know the temperature of the water every 5 m along 3 km of the river. What tool would the scientist use?
A scientist needs to know the temperature of the water every 5 m along 3 km of the river. What tool would the scientist use?Read More »
How did the coastline of the Confederacy offer the South an advantage during the Civil War? A) It enabled the South to implement the Anaconda Plan. B) It gave the South complete control of the Mississippi River. C) Its length made it hard for the North to control. D) It shortness made it easy to defend against invaders.
Answered by answersmine AT 22/10/2019 – 03:06 AM Actually I disagree with A. The north implemented the anaconda plan not the south. I would say C. Because during the anaconda plan people started starving in the south. The north had blocked off all ships that went to deliver food or …Read More »
How does the boys drowning in the harlem river contribute to the symbolism of the setting in the rockpile by james baldwin
The boys drowning in the Harlem River contribute to the symbolism of fear and danger in a community with an weird mixture of good and bad people. In the Rockpile by James Baldwin, the neighborhood is full of perils where mothers try to keep her sons from the violence that …Read More »
Which best states the three main Northern strategies for winning the Civil War? a)selling cotton to Europe, blockading Southern ports, and controlling the Mississippi River b)capturing the Confederate capital, defending itself until the South tired of the war, and blockading Southern ports c)blockading Southern ports, controlling the Mississippi River, and capturing the Confederate capital d)selling cotton to Europe, defending itself until the South tired of the war, and controlling the Mississippi River
The three main Northern strategies for winning the Civil War were blockading Southern ports, controlling the Mississippi River, and capturing the Confederate capital. Option C is correct. The American Civil War was a civil war fought in the United States from 1861 to 1865, between the North and the South. …Read More »
The hudson river has been polluted with ________ from a facility that manufactures electrical transformers.
Answered by answersmine AT 22/10/2019 – 05:07 AM The Hudson river has been polluted with PCBs from a facility that manufactures electrical transformers. There were two GE capacitor manufacturing industries that released almost 1.3 million pounds of polychlorinated biphenyls into the river. The wildlife of the river and the people who …Read More »
Read the paragraph. During our summer vacations, we would always go out to our cabin by Butterfly Creek. The trips were always fun and relaxing. We would take hikes, photograph the wildlife, and swim in the river. Wildflowers in high meadows. Butterflies hovering. I still remember the smell of pine canyons when I think about those years. What is the biggest problem with this paragraph?
Answer: The biggest problem with this paragraph is the “Wildflowers in high meadows. Butterflies hovering” fragments. Explanation: A fragment is a group of words that is similar to a sentence in the sense that it starts with a capital letter and ends with punctuation (like a period) but that it …Read More »
What should you do if you see a flashing amber light near the entrance to a river lock?Read More »
Which of these excerpts from Margaret Frink’s memoir most clearly shows that her story is told in the first person? A. It was Mr. Frink’s plan to remain here until enough of the coarse grass had been cut and cured into hay to feed our horses across the desert. B. Away from the river, the soil is hard and dry, void of any vegetation except sage-brush, which is worthless for any purpose but fuel. C. The Carsons had two wagons, with four horses to each, having bought more horses at Ragtown, after losing their mules on the desert. D. There was some bare ground on the south side, but between the rocks there was plenty of snow.
Answer: Henri Rousseau’s Portrait of a Woman Explanation: Magical Realism finds precedent in eighteenth-century Gothic novels, but also connects with sixteenth-century Baroque or Surrealism, almost contemporary in the early twentieth century. Among the most striking features of this movement, we find the blend of realism with pure unreality that is …Read More »
How did the economy of China change during the Zhou Empire? A.China’s economy contracted as nomads from the north raided villages and threatened cities. B.China’s economy expanded as farmers using iron tools were able to grow more food. C.China’s economy was threatened by Huang River floods, resulting in widespread famine. D.China’s economy stalled as battles among warlords disrupted planting and destroyed crops.
Well I live in Florida so; I can explain tourism has always had a large role in our history. During our development, tourism gave us the much needed boost in economy that we needed to get on our feet. People coming from all over to enjoy the oranges and warm …Read More »
How did the development of the Zhou Empire affect the people of China? Select all that apply. A.The growing feudal system prevented internal political conflict and stopped northern invaders from threatening China. B.Increasing warfare under weak rulers persuaded people that the Zhou enjoyed the Mandate of Heaven. C.Population growth from economic prosperity caused Huang River settlers to move to the Chang River area. D.Powerful warlords conquered new territories and wanted peasants to settle and work on them.
Karl Marx developed the economic theory of communism. Further Explanation: One of Karl Marx’s most famous contributions came in his book the Communist Manifesto. This book explained Mark’s views on government, the economy, and ultimately lead to the creation of communism as an idea. A communism system is one that …Read More »
The early river valley civilizations that emerged after the Neolithic Revolution influenced modern-day practices by instituting the ______.
I can’t really answer your question (as I don’t really know enough about 18th century France), but I just want to clear up an (understandable) misconception about Feudalism in your question. The French revolution was adamant and explicit in its abolition of ‘feudalism’. However, the ‘feudalism’ it was talking about …Read More »
Which of the following is not an example of human-environment interaction? A. building wind farms in Texas to harness the environment’s energy B. Antarctic lands not being visited or affected by humans C. constructing the Hoover Dam on the Colorado River D. building tunnels to construct the transcontinental railroad Please select the best answer from the choices provided. A B C D
Natural Forces Affecting the Driver:1. While the car stops, the person continues moving the way that the car were moving and then hits the obstacle in the car or the person can be thrown out of the vehicle. If the person wears belt, he will stop moving with the vehicle …Read More »
How did the development of agriculture during the Neolithic Revolution produce changes in human societies? Describe how those changes influenced social roles in river valley civilizations
The Reformation actually started after Columbus’s landing in North America. Treaty of Tordesillas in 1494 was forced on Spain and Portugal by the Pope. The Pope basically said that all lands in the New World belonged to Spain and all new non-Christian lands in the Eastern Hemisphere belong to Portugal. …Read More »
Read the following excerpt from a biography on Mark Twain and answer the question. Samuel Langhorn Clemens, Mark Twain, was born in Florida, Missouri on November 30, 1835. The experience of his life prepared him as a writer, an American writer. He worked as a printer, then apprenticed himself as a river pilot on the Mississippi, and eventually became one of the best. He worked at mining activities in Nevada. In 1862, he took a position on the Virginia City Enterprise where he first used the name Mark Twain, which was a riverboat pilot expression. He went to the West Coast and worked for a while on the San Francisco newspaper, Morning Call. After leaving there, he went to Calaveras County to try his hand at mining. In 1865, he was asked by Artemus Ward to write a humorous sketch. He signed it “Mark Twain,” and his reputation began on the eastern seaboard. In 1866, he was sent by the Sacramento Union to Hawaii. Unexpectedly, in 1867, he sailed abroad and wrote letters that were to become the book, The Innocents Abroad. With that book, he became the most famous humorist of his time. In July 1869, The Innocents Abroad was published. On February 2, 1870, he married Olivia Langdon. What is the best way to describe the language used in this excerpt? A. informal language B. formal language C. critical language D. objective language
Hey there! Correct answer is D. Comma or Period Inside Rule A. Question mark or exclamation point inside: those are not really necessary. B. Colon or semicolon: not, a semicolon would divide the whole sentence and it would be shorten; a colon would work but after requested, when there is …Read More »
An arched footbridge over a 100-foot river is shaped like half an ellipse. the maximum height of the bridge over the river is 20 feet. find the height of the bridge over a point in the river exactly 25 feet from the center of the river.
Answer: The correct option is (C). 10 = square root of the quantity of x minus 8 all squared plus y minus 9 all squared Step-by-step explanation: Given that the segment AB has point A located at (8, 9). The distance from A to B is 10 units. We are …Read More »
An artesian aquifer is: a groundwater storage area between impermeable layers of rock the upper surface of the saturated zone of groundwater that is under pressure a reservoir found in underground caverns a land area that delivers water into a stream or river system
Hello Darlings! Q) What does riparian mean? Answer Choices) A) Riparian means ripe with agriculture B) Riparian means to have or be near water sources. C) Riparian means ancient or respected D) Riparian means anything of Middle Eastern origin The answer I have for you darlings is: B) Riparian means …Read More »
Read this excerpt from margaret frink’s memoir:the deafening noise and halloing that this army of people kept up, made the alarm in the river more intense. the quicksand and the uncertainty of depth of water kept all in a state of anxiety. our horses would sometimes be in water no more than a foot deep; then, in a moment, they would go down up to their collars.what is the mood of this excerpt? a.fun b.relieved c.exhilarating d.stylized
Answer: Joshua is correct Explanation: Animals, however well preserved and bred in conditions that are not in nature, that is, not in their natural habitat, animals still retain the animal instinct. Thus, young animals in the wild can be met daily, except for members of their species, and members …Read More »
What is the name of Africa’s longest river?Read More »
A rancher needs to enclose two adjacent rectangular? corrals, one for cattle and one for sheep. if the river forms one side of the corrals and 420420 yd of fencing is? available, find the largest total area that can be enclosed.
Solution: The Given Rectangle having dimensions Length = 80 cm Breadth = 50 cm Let the Six squares which has been cut from this rectangle have side of length a cm. Area of each square = (Side)²= a² Area of 6 Identical Squares = 6 × a²= 6 a² If …Read More »
What does one prolonged blast plus one short blast signal to a river lock attendant?Read More »
Which one of these excerpts from mark twain’s life on the mississippi best shows that the story is told in first person? a.ten minutes later the steamer is under way again, with no flag on the jack-staff and no black smoke issuing from the chimneys. b.boy after boy managed to get on the river. the minister’s son became an engineer. c.when i was a boy, there was but one permanent ambition among my comrades in our village on the west bank of the mississippi river. d.the “point” above the town, and the “point” below, bounding the river-glimpse and turning it into a sort of sea?
The author’s wants to explore the infidelity of Guinevere by the eyes of King Arthur and the author uses the sarcastic tone to achieve this. Further Explanation: The poem “The King Sends Three Cats to Guinevere” has been written by Marjorie Allen Seiffert. The poet speaks about the act of …Read More »
B. largest People began traveling for pleasure in the late nineteenth century when roads improved, trains could carry passengers long distances, and increased incomes allowed people the time and money to travel. By the twentieth century, people all over the world could travel, and travel and tourism became the largest …Read More »
A man weighs 78 kg and his two sons weighing 45 kg each were stranded on a river crossing. All they had to cross the river was a small boat, but it could only hold 90 kg. How did the man and his sons cross the river?
Recall your d = rt, distance = rate * time let’s say the boat’s rate is “b” in still water, and the current’s rate is “c” as the boat goes upstream, is not really going “b” fast, the water is not still anyway, is going much slower, is going ” …Read More »
Literary Focus The questions below refer to the selection “Jazz Fantasia.” Which image does not appeal to the sense of hearing? a.“batter on your banjoes” b.“a red moon rides on the humps of the low river hills” c.“cry like a racing car slipping away from a / motorcycle cop” d.“let your trombones ooze, and go husha- / husha-hush”
The correct options are: military dictatorships rebellions and insurgencies high rates of poverty After gaining its independence, the young nation faced several problems: the country had to be rebuilt from the ravages of war and reach an agreement with several Japanese collaborators and entrepreneurs to begin their economic development. Meanwhile, …Read More »