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i literally have no idea how to do this worksheet. can somebody tell me how to do this or give me the answers? http://ljhs.sandi.net/faculty/tvu/geometry/assets/ge0307en.pdfworld history questions! freshman in high school. please help!!?
1. who was the first ruler to create a permanent army? a. gilgamesh b. hammurabi c. sargon i 2. what is the term that means: "the concept, thought, notion, or impression that is of greatest importance or influence?" a. venn diagram b. main idea c. audience d. original source 3. a document, speech, or other sort of evidence made during the period when the event happened is called a ____________ source. a. primary b. secondary c. tertiary 4. a secondary source is a secondhand account about people, places, events, or topics that is based on what some other writer has experienced. a. true b. false 5. the name of the region of rich farmland that curves from the mediterranean sea to the persian gulf is caled the _________ crescent. a. ancient b. golden c. fertile please help! these are questions on my worksheet, and they are not in the book! i am a freshman taking sophmore world history and need help! thank you so much!! :dbaking questions!?
quickbreads & flour mixtures: what are 2 main leavening agents in quick breads? baking pwoder is made commercially from 1)______ 2)_______ 3)_______. how do single acting & double acting baking powders differ? baking soda as a leavening agent must be used in combination with an acid ingredient. common acid ingrediants are: 1)_____ 2)_____ 3)_____ 4)_____. why is shortening preferred over margarine or butter to grease pans? when baking flour mixtures, _____ of heat inside the oven is important. how should racks be adjusted to achieve this? how should 2 or more pans be placed in the oven to achieve this? what are 2 safety points to keep in mind when using oven racks? name 2 ingredients that cause muffins to be browner than biscuits. more questions are coming in a few minutes! if you want easy points answer 1st! first answer is best answer! you don't have to have all the answers, just the ones you know! they don't all have to be correct! thank you! lol yes this is my homework ppl! i really need help! i was sick and missed this! my teacher won't let me borrow the textbook all the answers are in! and i can't cook tomorrow if i don't have this worksheet done!doing an action research project on reading fluency of a group of 4 second graders .i need major help!?
i am an undergraduate student doing an action research project on fluency (i guess you could call it). i want to use the "read naturally" program to help the students increase their wpm. i have a chinese witch for a professor and to make it worse she is sick this week and our first chapter is due tomorrow, so i can't go talk to her. this project is making me crazy. i need help in figuring out how to do this, cause i can't just use the worksheets from the read naturally program (heaven forbid she should make this simple). so i figured i would need to test to get a base (not sure specifically what to use for this), then do lots of activities (any ideas or suggestions would be appreciated), and test to see progress. if anyone can offer help, suggestions, resources, etc i would be really grateful.any ideas?please help me?
directions type a worksheet with the following to help you with this project. 1. write in one sentence the theme that you wish to convey to your readers. 2. determine who the main character in your story will be. give the main character, the protagonist, a name. list details about that character that you want to include in your story. * the protagonist's name: * age: * outstanding physical characteristics of the character: * background information about this character includes: * strong points of his or her character are: * weaknesses in his or her character are: * how do you expect the reader to feel about this character? 3. provide information about the second most important character. * the protagonist's name: * age: * outstanding physical characteristics of the character: * background information about this character includes: * strong points of his or her character are: * weaknesses in his or her character are: * how do you expect the reader to feel about this character? 4. decide which point of view you will use in your story. * i plan to tell my story from the point of view of: 5. establish the conflict in your story as well as the characters to be involved in that conflict. the conflict in my story will be between _____ and _____ about:summarize the plot of your story. you may use either the elements of the plot-line diagram shown in the lesson, "short story elements," or a simple outline like the one used for the children's story about the mine. 6. 7. list three times in your story when important conversations will take place: 1. 2. 3. 8. choose the setting for the most important event in your story and make a list of details you might use in describing it. * sight: * sound: * smell: * taste and/or feel.
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