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Which statement best explains the difference between paraphrasing and summarizing?
Summarizing is restating all of the ideas and details in a text, while paraphrasing is restating the central idea of the text.
Paraphrasing is restating all of the ideas and details in a text, while summarizing is restating the central idea of the text.
Paraphrasing is copying a text word for word, while summarizing is restating the text in one’s own words.
Summarizing is copying a text word for word, while paraphrasing is restating the text in one’s own words.

Mon May 22 2017 11:20:11 GMT-0400 (EDT)
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Really need help!!
Change the following sentences to reflect the impersonal or passive voice with se. You may use different verbs to rephrase the sentences.
1. La computadora esta en la mesa
2. El sofa esta cerca de la ventana.
3. Es posible estudiar en la biblioteca.
4. Hay un telefono cerca del escritorio.
5. No puede escuchar la radio durante la clase.
6. La tienda abre a las nueve.
7. Es posible nadar en la piscina por la noche.
8. El gimnasio cierra a las cinco y media.
9. Van a publicar las revistas en dos meses.
10. Muchas personas hablan espanol aqui.

Mon May 22 2017 11:19:52 GMT-0400 (EDT)
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can someone please help me with 6 questions this is the last assignment of the year and i really need help any help is greatly appreciated thank you!!

Mon May 22 2017 11:18:15 GMT-0400 (EDT)
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1. Our Town is a play that sparks feelings of nostalgia in many readers and viewers. This nostalgia can be largely attributed to Thornton Wilder’s depiction of the town of Grover’s Corners, New Hampshire, as a simple yet charming place to live. Think about a place where you have lived or where you have spent a fair amount of time. What aspects of that place are you nostalgic for? What things (sights, smells, sounds, and/or events) tend to spark these feelings of nostalgia?

Mon May 22 2017 11:18:07 GMT-0400 (EDT)
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A research organization has recently issued a statement suggesting that 40% of American mothers are unhappy with their children's work habits. You have designed a simulation to generate sample data refuting this claim. An automated random number sample program is used that has sample of size 25, is run 100 times, and uses the numbers 1 through 10 to represent unhappy mothers, and the numbers 11 through 25 to represent happy mothers. The dot plot below represents the outcome of the simulation.
Using the data from this simulation, rounded to the nearest whole person, what is the average number of mothers out of 25 who are unhappy with their children's work habits?

Mon May 22 2017 11:17:58 GMT-0400 (EDT)
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memesterkid

The MAIN purpose of the Freedmen's Bureau was to
A) help slaves adjust to their newfound freedom.
B) battle terrorist groups like the Ku Klux Klan.
C) serve as a voice for freed slaves in Congress.
D) establish black codes to limit freed slaves’ rights.

Mon May 22 2017 11:17:39 GMT-0400 (EDT)
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To obtain an image on a screen, the object must be placed
A. At the center of curvature of a concave lens
B. At the center of curvature of a convex lens
C. Between the focus and the optical center of a concave lens
D. Between the focus and the optical center of a convex lens

Mon May 22 2017 11:17:37 GMT-0400 (EDT)
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will give 50$ for whoever helps me pass this exam
Question 1(Multiple Choice Worth 1 points)
(01.04 MC) An ice sculpture is melting because of heat. Assuming its height changes by negative 5 over 32m every hour, what will be the change in height after 4 hours?
negative 20 over 8 meters
5 over 8 meter
negative 5 over 32 meter
negative 5 over 8 meter
Question 2(Multiple Choice Worth 1 points)
(02.02 LC)
Convert fraction with numerator 6 and denominator 15 to a decimal.
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
Question 3(Multiple Choice Worth 1 points)
(02.01 MC)
Hugh made a recipe that yields 5 and 1 over 4 cups. If each serving is 1 over 2 cup, which expression will help Hugh determine the number of servings his recipe will yield?
5 and 1 over 4 ⋅ 1 over 2
5 and 1 over 4 + 1 over 2
5 and 1 over 4 ÷ 1 over 2
5 and 1 over 4 − 1 over 2
Question 4(Multiple Choice Worth 1 points)
(01.02 MC)Tom had $56. He bought a soda for $2 and 2 cookies for $3. Which expression correctly shows the total money Tom has left?
A
$56 + (−$2) + (−$3)
B
$56 + (−$2) − (−$3)
C
$56 − (−$2) − (−$3)
D
$56 − (−$2) + (−$3)
A
B
C
D
Question 5(Multiple Choice Worth 1 points)
(01.01 LC)Where is the number 5 − 9 located on a horizontal number line?
9 units to the left of 5
9 units to the right of 5
4 units to the right of 5
4 units to the left of 5
Question 6(Multiple Choice Worth 1 points)
(04.03 MC)
Whiteboard markers cost $4.75 per set at an office supply store. Which equation can be used to determine the price, P, of n sets of these markers?
P = 4.75n
n = 4.75P
P equals 4.75 over n
n equals 4.75 over P
Question 7 (True/False Worth 1 points)
(04.02 LC)
Is this true or false? This graph represents a proportional relationship.
A graph is shown. The values on the x axis are 0, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10. The values on the y axis are 0, 8, 16, 24, 32, and 40. Points are shown on ordered pairs 0, 0 and 2, 8 and 4, 16 and 6, 24 and 8, 32. These points are connected by a line. The label on the x axis is Bunches of Rosemary. The title on the y axis is Price of Bunches.
True
False
Question 8(Multiple Choice Worth 1 points)
(02.02 LC)
Use long division to determine the decimal equivalent of fraction with numerator 8 and denominator 9.
0 point 3 bar
0 point 4 bar
0 point 5 bar
0 point 8 bar
Question 9(Multiple Choice Worth 1 points)
(03.02 MC)
The number of pages that Albert, Keith, Rita, and Bess can read in a day is shown below:
Albert read 15% of his 56-page book.
Keith read 12% of his 64-page book.
Rita read 16% of her 42-page book.
Bess read 10% of her 72-page book.
Who can read the greatest number of pages in a day?
Albert
Keith
Rita
Bess
Question 10(Multiple Choice Worth 1 points)
(04.03 LC)
The graph below represents the price of sending picture messages using the services of a phone company. What is the constant of proportionality?
A graph is shown. The values on the x axis are 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. The values on the y axis are 0, 22, 44, 66, 88, 110, 132, 154, 176, 198, 220. Points are shown on ordered pairs 0, 0 and 2, 44 and 4, 88 and 6, 132 and 8, 176. These points are connected by a line. The label on the x axis is Picture Messages Sent. The label on the y axis is Price in cents.
10
11
21
22
Question 11(Multiple Choice Worth 1 points)
(04.02 MC)
The graph below shows the fine that a DVD club member pays based on the number of days a DVD is overdue:
A graph is shown. The values on the x axis are 0, 2, 4, 6, 8. The values on the y axis are 0, 4.50, 9.00, 13.50, and 18.00. Points are shown on ordered pairs 0, 0 and 2, 4.50 and 4, 9.00 and 6, 13.50. These points are joined by a line. The label on the x axis is Days Overdue. The title on the y axis is Fine.
Which statement best describes the point (0, 0) on the graph?
No fine is paid if the DVD is returned 1 day after it is due.
A fine of $2.25 is paid if the DVD is returned 1 day after it is due.
No fine is paid if the DVD is returned by the due date.
A fine of $2.25 is paid if the DVD is returned by the due date.
Question 12(Multiple Choice Worth 1 points)
(04.03 MC)
A matinee movie ticket costs $6.50 per child. Which equation can be used to calculate the matinee ticket price, M, for n children?
M = 6.50n
n = 6.50M
M equals 6.50 over n
n equals 6.50 over M
Question 13(Multiple Choice Worth 1 points)
(03.05 HC)
In a music competition, a participant has to score a total of at least 40 points in the first four rounds combined to move on to the fifth and final round. Glenn scored 4 points in the first round. He then went on to score additional points in the second, third, and fourth rounds. In each of those rounds, his score was identical. Which inequality best shows the number of points, p, that Glenn scored in each of the second, third, and fourth rounds if he earned a place in the finals?
4 + 3p ≤ 40
4 + 3p ≥ 40
4p + 3 ≥ 40
4p + 3 ≤ 40
Question 14(Multiple Choice Worth 1 points)
(03.01 LC)
Which expression is equivalent to 3(m − 3) + 4?
3m + 1
3m − 5
3m + 13
3m − 3
Question 15(Multiple Choice Worth 1 points)
(01.02 LC)Simplify 5 − (−1).
6
−6
4
−4
Question 16(Multiple Choice Worth 1 points)
(01.01 LC)Which two temperatures have a sum of 0 degrees Celsius?
2 degrees Celsius and −2 degrees Celsius
2 degrees Celsius and 2 degrees Celsius
−2 degrees Celsius and −2 degrees Celsius
2 degrees Celsius and 0 degrees Celsius
Question 17(Multiple Choice Worth 1 points)
(04.04 MC)
At Priscilla's Purse Warehouse, it takes fraction 2 over 3 of a day to complete fraction 1 over 9 of an order of purses. At this rate, how long will it take to complete the entire order of purses?
Mixed number 3 and 2 over 3 days
5 days
6 days
Mixed number 13 and 1 over 2 days
Question 18(Multiple Choice Worth 1 points)
(04.05 MC)
Remo needs to buy a countertop for a bathroom. He calculated the area as 10 square feet. The actual area is 9.5 square feet. What is Remo's percentage error?
0.5%
0.95%
5%
5.26%
Question 19(Multiple Choice Worth 1 points)
(02.03 HC)
Rickey has fraction 7 over 8 of a cup of cereal in a bowl. He then gave two fraction 1 over 4 cups of cereal from his bowl to his little sister. Which of the following best explains the amount of cereal left in Rickey's bowl?
fraction 3 over 8, because fraction 7 over 8 minus 2 times fraction 1 over 4 equals fraction 7 over 8 minus fraction 2 over 4
fraction 3 over 8, because fraction 7 over 8 minus 2 times fraction 1 over 4 equals fraction 7 over 8 minus fraction 3 over 4
fraction 1 over 8, because fraction 7 over 8 minus 2 times fraction 1 over 4 equals fraction 7 over 8 minus fraction 2 over 4
fraction 1 over 8, because fraction 7 over 8 minus 2 times fraction 1 over 4 equals fraction 7 over 8 minus fraction 3 over 4
Question 20(Multiple Choice Worth 1 points)
(03.04 LC)
What is the first step needed to solve 3 over 4 the whole multiplied by x minus 3 equal negative 18?
Add 3 to both sides
Subtract 18 from both sides
Multiply both sides by 3
Divide both sides by 4
Question 21(Multiple Choice Worth 1 points)
(01.01 LC)What should be added to −6 to make the sum 0?
−7
−6
0
6
Question 22(Multiple Choice Worth 1 points)
(04.05 MC)
Stella set up a business washing cars. She earned $80 in March. She is projected to earn 130% more in April. How much is Stella projected to make in April?
$104
$184
$210
$234
Question 23(Multiple Choice Worth 1 points)
(01.02 MC)Which number line shows the solution to −4 − (−1)?
A number line is shown from negative 5 to 0 to positive 5. There are increments of 1 on either side of the number line. All the numbers are labeled on either side of the number line. An arrow pointing from 0 to 4 is shown. Above this, another arrow pointing from 4 to 5 is shown. A vertical bar is shown at the tip of the arrowhead of the top arrow.
A number line is shown from negative 5 to 0 to positive 5. There are increments of 1 on either side of the number line. All the numbers are labeled on either side of the number line. An arrow pointing from 0 to 4 is shown. Above this, another arrow pointing from 4 to 3 is shown. A vertical bar is shown at the tip of the arrowhead of the top arrow.
A number line is shown from negative 5 to 0 to positive 5. There are increments of 1 on either side of the number line. All the numbers are labeled on either side of the number line. An arrow pointing from 0 to negative 4 is shown. Above this, another arrow pointing from negative 4 to negative 5 is shown. A vertical bar is shown at the tip of the arrowhead of the top arrow.
A number line is shown from negative 5 to 0 to positive 5. There are increments of 1 on either side of the number line. All the numbers are labeled on either side of the number line. An arrow pointing from 0 to negative 4 is shown. Above this, another arrow pointing from negative 4 to negative 3 is shown. A vertical bar is shown at the tip of the arrowhead of the top arrow.
Question 24(Multiple Choice Worth 1 points)
(04.01 LC)
Which unit rate is equivalent to 12 miles per gallon?
twenty four miles over two gallons
two gallons over twenty four miles
thirty six miles over four gallons
four gallons over thirty six miles
Question 25(Multiple Choice Worth 1 points)
(02.03 MC)
The temperature at a mountain base camp was −3 degrees Celsius on Monday. Tuesday morning, the temperature was 2 degrees Celsius lower than what it was on Monday. By Tuesday evening, the temperature was 4 degrees Celsius lower than what it was that morning. What was the temperature at the base camp Tuesday evening?
−9 degrees Celsius
−6 degrees Celsius
−5 degrees Celsius
−1 degree Celsius
Question 26(Multiple Choice Worth 1 points)
(03.01 LC)
Kiri has red and white roses in groups of 8. She has x groups of red roses and y groups of white roses. Which expression shows the total number of roses that Kiri has?
x over 8 + y over 8
8x + 8y
8x + y
x + 8y
Question 27(Multiple Choice Worth 1 points)
(03.02 MC)
Catherina conducted a survey of four school cafeterias to find the number of students who like burgers for lunch. The results of her survey are recorded in the table below:
School Cafeteria Survey
School Total Number of Students in the Cafeteria Number of Students Who Liked Burgers
A 35 15
B 42 13
C 21 8
D 41 16
Which school has the greatest percentage of students who like burgers for lunch?
School A
School B
School C
School D
Question 28(Multiple Choice Worth 1 points)
(01.05 LC)Which fraction is equivalent to negative 2 over 3?
2 over negative 3
negative 3 over 2
negative 2 over negative 3
2 over 3
Question 29(Multiple Choice Worth 1 points)
(01.05 MC)The total temperature measured by 3 thermometers was −15 degrees Fahrenheit.
What was the average temperature measured by the 3 thermometers?
36 degrees Fahrenheit
−36 degrees Fahrenheit
5 degrees Fahrenheit
−5 degrees Fahrenheit
Question 30(Multiple Choice Worth 1 points)
(02.01 LC)
Simplify (4.5)(5)(−2).
45
4.5
−4.5
−45

Mon May 22 2017 11:10:53 GMT-0400 (EDT)
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In this experiment, you will be using two coins as a simulation for a real-world compound event.
Suppose that a family has an equally likely chance of having a cat or a dog. If they have two pets, they could have 1 dog and 1 cat, they could have 2 dogs, or they could have 2 cats.
1. What is the theoretical probability that the family has two dogs or two cats?
2. Describe how to use two coins to simulate which two pets the family has.
3. Flip both coins 50 times and record your data in a table like the one below.
Result Frequency
Heads, Heads 15
Heads, Tails 7
Tails, Heads 10
Tails, Tails 18
Total 50
4. Based on your data, what is the experimental probability that the family has two dogs or two cats?
5. If the family has three pets, what is the theoretical probability that they have three dogs or three cats?
6. How could you change the simulation to generate data for three pets?

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