What kind of factory does granger say they are going to build 451?

QUESTION POSTED AT 26/03/2020 - 02:21 PM

Answered by admin AT 26/03/2020 - 02:21 PM

A mirror factory....Hope this helped
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HELP ASAP!! DUE TOMORROW!! WILL MARK AS BRAINLIEST IF ANSWERED NOW!! Book: The Catcher In The Rye 6. What are the ideas and/or people that Holden pushes away? 7. What are the things/personal traits Holden needs to fix about himself? 8. What are some things/people that Holden hungers for? 9. What are the hurdles or obstacles in Holden's way? 10. What are the values on which Holden builds his foundation?

6) Holden comes on a lil too strong at times and some people find that rude or annoying like luce.
7) He needs to stop be a hypocrite because he hates phonies yet he acts as one.
8) Well some thinks sex.
9) well Holden does not want to go home because he flunked out of school, which is a big pattern in his life. Holden feels depressed and struggles with suicide.
10) He is nice and kind of accept people, but he believes strongly in little kids.

ANSWERED AT 29/03/2020 - 06:25 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 29/03/2020 - 06:25 PM

According to Swift, what was the purpose of publishing Gulliver's Travels? A. He wanted to make fun of the upper class of England and their practices. B. He wanted to insult political officials so English society would call for their executions. C. He wanted to entertain readers with a funny and heartwarming story highlighting English characters. D. He wanted to correct human failings and remind people of basic human kindnesses

Jonathan Swift wittily wrote "Travels to Several Nations of the World" as a satire to depict the way kings governed and how society was constructed. By describing the advances in the nations that Gulliver visits and the great manners that smart horses can demonstrate, it is possible to say that he wanted to correct human failings and remind people of basic human kindness.

ANSWERED AT 28/03/2020 - 07:18 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 28/03/2020 - 07:18 PM

Choose the correct pronoun. The club has worked hard to build _____ membership. his or her its their

Their membership. the club isn't a singular he or she

ANSWERED AT 28/03/2020 - 11:45 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 28/03/2020 - 11:45 AM

Match the political systems to their correct definitions. Tiles nationalism fascism communism Pairs a social and political system in which property is owned collectively rather than by individuals patriotism imbued with a sense of national pride a system of government that seeks to build social, economic, and cultural life by basing it on a sense of national belonging or ethnic identity

Fascism ~ "a system of government that seeks to build social, economic, and cultural life by basing it on a sense of national belonging or ethnic identity"

Nationalism ~ "patriotism imbued with a sense of national pride"

Communism ~ "a social and political system in which property is owned collectively rather than by individuals"

If you look up the definitions on these words you'll find that these are the best fitted answers

ANSWERED AT 28/03/2020 - 11:43 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 28/03/2020 - 11:43 AM

Please help me! 10 points! The Truth About Antibacterial Soap According to Discovery Fit & Health, about 75 percent of liquid soaps claim to be antibacterial. While this kind of soap sounds like a good idea, it is really not more effective than regular soap. Soap in general works by binding with dirt and grime and bacteria. This binding action allows the particles to be washed away easily. Antibacterial soap really does no more than regular soap. In fact, to be more effective than regular soap, antibacterial soap should stay on your skin for about two minutes to do what it claims it can do. Most people do not wash their hands that long. In addition, antibacterial soap may do harm. First it kills both beneficial and harmful bacteria. Second, scientists believe bacteria may become resistant to antibacterial agents over time, especially if they are not used correctly. Finally, antibacterial soap does nothing to viruses. Most of the time, we get sick from viruses, not bacteria. In sum, antibacterial soap does not live up to the hype. You are better off just using regular soap. Which of the following supports the idea from "The Truth About Antibacterial Soap" that antibacterial soaps do not even kill bacteria effectively? Which of the following supports the idea from "The Truth About Antibacterial Soap" that antibacterial soaps do not even kill bacteria effectively? Soap in general works by binding with dirt and grime and bacteria. Antibacterial soap should stay on your skin for about two minutes to do what it claims it can do. First it kills both beneficial and harmful bacteria. Scientists believe bacteria may become resistant to antibacterial agents over time.

Answer:

the answer is b

Explanation:

bc you should wash your hand for two minutes in warm water and normal soap works better if you dont have that time

ANSWERED AT 28/03/2020 - 11:31 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 28/03/2020 - 11:31 AM

Limited space makes setup difficult. What kind of complement is the word in bold?

Which word is in bold?

ANSWERED AT 28/03/2020 - 11:09 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 28/03/2020 - 11:09 AM

A Three-Point Turn Chapter 1 "You know, hardly anyone ever needs to do a three-point turn anymore," said Justin, trying to help Becky calm down. "Oh, so it's not a useful skill AND I am probably going to fail the driving test because I can't do it anyway," Becky said, raising her voice for emphasis. "That should make me feel like a million bucks when I flunk." Justin was riding with Becky so she could take her driving test. He had volunteered for the job because he thought she would be less nervous with him than with their mom, but so far, he wasn't sure he was making any difference. "Slow down, your turn is coming up here," he said, looking ahead. "I know, I know," she replied, "I've been here before remember—the last time I flunked." Justin was pretty sure if he had let her miss the turn, things would only have deteriorated further, but he wasn't sure he was fond of being the scapegoat for Becky's anxiety. "Listen, you need to take a few deep breaths," he said, hoping he could help her at least relax a bit. "Being nervous won't help you with the three-point turn or anything else you have to do. Hey, did you just take that turn without your turn signal on?" This was going to be harder than he thought. "Stop yelling at me," Becky replied, clearly frustrated, "I can't concentrate." "Look, you need to stop and get yourself together here," Justin started. "It is not just about passing the driving test. I don't want to get in an accident, so pull into that parking lot." Becky drove into the office building's parking lot where Justin was pointing. Justin knew they were less than a mile from the licensing office, and if she continued in this condition, he'd be having this same discussion three months from now when she tried the test again for the third time. "You need to get a grip," he started after she put the car in park, "because you have studied and practiced driving all year. You know this stuff inside and out, backwards and forwards. What are you so nervous about?" "I don't know, I don't know," Becky wailed, resting her head on the steering wheel. "I just get so tired of failing." Listening quietly as Becky sobbed, Justin realized this was about much more than a driving test. He also knew if he didn't find a way to help Becky things would just get worse. Chapter 2 Justin took a deep breath and collected his thoughts. Becky was an unbelievably consistent straight-A student. It was Justin who got the bad grades in school, and Justin who had to repeat every math class he'd ever taken. It was Justin who wished he could get the grades Becky got. Some things came easier for Justin: He was athletic, handy with tools, and good at making the best of whatever life threw at him. Mom called him her "lemons into lemonade" kid. But for the most part, Becky succeeded easily, whereas Justin had to work and work to just get a passing grade. Rather than having Becky catalogue all the things she supposedly "failed" at, Justin decided to try an alternative approach, one that wouldn't remind him of all the ways he had failed. "Okay, Becky, let's assume for a moment you fail this test again. What is the worst thing that could happen?" he asked. "I would be the oldest kid at school without a license and be humiliated," she replied. Justin thought he heard a bit of panic in her voice but continued with his plan. "Yes, but won't we still have to drive to school together for at least one more year anyway?" he asked. "Yes, but..." she started. "And who will know, if you don't tell anyone except your friends, that you don't have your license? You know Mom can't afford another car just for you, right?" "Yes," she said quietly. "So what difference does it make, really," he said. "Another three months to wait in the grand scheme of your life doesn't seem like all that long, right?" "I suppose not," she said. Justin could tell she was breathing more slowly now. "Besides," he said, "I would miss all the practice driving with you," and for good measure he reached over and pinched her arm. "Ow," she said, hitting back at him, "that hurt." "So let's go do this, okay? "Okay," she said. Becky cranked up the car, backed slowly out of the parking spot and drove up to the parking lot's exit. Justin noticed, as they waited for the traffic to clear, that she had remembered the turn signal. Use Chapters 1 and 2 to answer the following question: Which of the following best summarizes the main conflict of the story? A. Becky comes to terms with her obsession with perfection. B. Becky fails to use turn signals and sets off a pent-up argument with her brother. C. Becky gets upset on her way to a driving test while Justin tries to calm her down. D. Becky has a conversation with her brother about driving recklessly.

The correct answer is C. Becky gets upset on her way to a driving test while Justin tries to calm her down

Explanation:

In literature, the conflict is the struggle or opposing force the main character faces during the story and that stops the character from achieving some goal. Also, the conflict is considered as one of the main points in literary works as the story focuses on solving the conflict the character faces.

In the case of the text presented during the first chapter, the character Justin and Becky discuss as she feels she is going to fail again and she is worried about it as they both are in the way to the driving test. On the other hand, Justin is trying to help her be calmer but this seems not to work as Becky misses a turn signal and Justin asks her to stop driving which leads to a discussion in which Becky ends crying. During the second chapter, Justin decides to stop discussing and help her by showing her failing the test is not as terrible as Becky thinks and does not really change Becky's life as she can take the test again and wait for some months, which finally makes Becky feel better about the situation and continue driving. This means the opposing force or struggles Becky's faces are the feelings of frustration and anger for taking the test again while Justin struggles to make her feel better and calm.

ANSWERED AT 28/03/2020 - 10:41 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 28/03/2020 - 10:41 AM

How does Snow use different sections such as "Pathology Indicates Manner of Communication" to build his argument?

In the section "Pathology Indicates Manner of Communication," Snow explains the nature of cholera and argues that the study of the disease will help scientists understand how it spreads and how it can be averted. He combines his knowledge of the characteristics of the disease with his clinical experiences to build his argument.

He continues to build his case through other sections of the essay. For example, in "Cases Proving Person to Person Transmission," he provides evidence from other cases to support his theory that cholera is spread between people. Then, in another section, he maps an outbreak that occurred on Broad Street, connecting the affected individuals to a single water pump. After making these supporting arguments, he arrives at his main argument that cholera spreads through contaminated water.

In sum, Snow discusses a different concept in each section; these sections complement one another to build a complete, effective argument. The section labels help the reader follow Snow's line of thinking by mapping the main points.

ANSWERED AT 27/03/2020 - 12:45 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 27/03/2020 - 12:45 PM

Speeches are what kind of text-based media

It has been fascinating to watch the evolution of media types over the last several years. We started off with a realtime speech communication mode - a phone call - and an asynchronous text-based communication mode - email. In addition, there was voicemail as the asynchronous messaging mechanism, but it was tightly contained within the speech box. You could only access  voicemail from your phone - whether you left a message or wanted to listen to a message. Over time, this has changed in some ways - we now have unified messaging where you can access your voicemail from your email, but you still have to listen to them - as a wav file or mp3, maybe, but you still listen to your messages. Unity provides the ability to pick up an voicemail message being recorded and continue as a live call - thus escalating an async communication to a synchronous voice communication session, but once again, this is strictly within the voice context

ANSWERED AT 26/03/2020 - 09:02 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 26/03/2020 - 09:02 PM

Despite our best efforts as parents, we will always make mistakes in raising our children. It's inevitable. There are so many decisions to be made in any given day, week, month, or year. It's an inhuman task to make all of these decisions correctly. Who would even want to try for perfection? We shouldn't worry too much, though, because it is precisely our mistakes that teach our children the most about life. Life is full of mistakes, obstacles, and trouble. Shielding our children from these by striving for perfection in our own parenting does them no favors. Given this, a parent might be tempted to give up trying to make good decisions and simply let the chips fall where they may. Admittedly, that attitude is not without its benefits, but it goes too far in the other direction. Children are much more observant than we think, but often draw the wrong conclusions from what they observe. If we give up trying to make the right decisions, they might get the message that we don't care about their future. We can take comfort in this much: we teach our children even when we're not trying to. That doesn't mean we should stop trying to do our best, to make the right decisions whenever possible. It just means that we shouldn't beat ourselves up when we make mistakes. Either it won't matter because it's something small, or it just might build some character in our children, a commodity that will serve them well. Which of these best explains why the argument in this passage is weak? (5 points) The argument doesn't take into account opposing points of view. The argument relies on attacking a weak version of the opposition. The argument relies on claims that are not backed up by facts.

The argument relies on claims not backed up by facts

ANSWERED AT 26/03/2020 - 01:41 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 26/03/2020 - 01:41 PM

Despite our best efforts as parents, we will always make mistakes in raising our children. It's inevitable. There are so many decisions to be made in any given day, week, month, or year. It's an inhuman task to make all of these decisions correctly. Who would even want to try for perfection? We shouldn't worry too much, though, because it is precisely our mistakes that teach our children the most about life. Life is full of mistakes, obstacles, and trouble. Shielding our children from these by striving for perfection in our own parenting does them no favors. Given this, a parent might be tempted to give up trying to make good decisions and simply let the chips fall where they may. Admittedly, that attitude is not without its benefits, but it goes too far in the other direction. Children are much more observant than we think, but often draw the wrong conclusions from what they observe. If we give up trying to make the right decisions, they might get the message that we don't care about their future. We can take comfort in this much: we teach our children even when we're not trying to. That doesn't mean we should stop trying to do our best, to make the right decisions whenever possible. It just means that we shouldn't beat ourselves up when we make mistakes. Either it won't matter because it's something small, or it just might build some character in our children, a commodity that will serve them well. Which of these best describes the audience this author is speaking to? (5 points) People who are considering becoming parents People who do not want to have children People who are concerned about their parenting ability

Answer:

The statement that best describes the audience this author is speaking to is the third one: people who are concerned about their parenting ability.

Explanation:

In this speech, the speaker is trying to demonstrate the audience that we won't be perfect as parents, and that that is actually a good thing. The speaker tries to show the audience that, as humans, we all make mistakes and that our children learn from us, even when we are wrong, they learn from our attitude, they learn from our ability to recognize our mistakes, to be humble. From everything we do, they learn. So it is not necessary to be perfect as a parent, nobody is, that shouldn't be an issue, they should not worry about making mistakes, they just need to be transparent and caring because that is the best thing to teach them.

ANSWERED AT 26/03/2020 - 01:39 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 26/03/2020 - 01:39 PM

What kind of clause is this? "why is everyone standing near the cash register?"

Independent is the answer



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ANSWERED AT 26/03/2020 - 12:17 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 26/03/2020 - 12:17 PM

Read the passage from Roosevelt's "Quarantine" speech. How happy we are that the circumstances of the moment permit us to put our money into bridges and boulevards . . . and many other kinds of useful works rather than into huge standing armies. Which best identifies an inference made in the passage and evaluates its logic? The inference is that investing in domestic development, like bridges and boulevards, is a privilege and not a right; it is logical because many other nations at this time were forced to spend their money to combat foreign attack. The inference is that Americans are the happiest people in the world; it is logical because they are the only people who believe that investing in domestic development, like bridges and boulevards, is more important than investing in the military. The inference is that there is a debate over which is more important to fund: armies or domestic development, like bridges and boulevards; this is illogical because both are important issues that deserve government funding. The inference is that investing in the military is pointless because it does not guarantee that you win the war; this is illogical because increased funding can support a better trained and prepared army that is more likely to triumph.

The answer is "The inference is that investing in domestic development, like bridges and boulevards, is a privilege and not a right; it is logical because many other nations at this time were forced to spend their money to combat foreign attack."

ANSWERED AT 26/03/2020 - 11:56 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 26/03/2020 - 11:56 AM

The Fall of the House of Usher By Edgar Allan Poe Shaking off what must have been a dream, I scanned more narrowly the real aspect of the building. Its principal feature seemed to be that of an excessive antiquity. The discoloration of ages had been great. Minute fungi overspread the whole exterior, hanging in a fine tangled web-work from the eaves. Yet all this was apart from any extraordinary dilapidation. No portion of the masonry had fallen; and there appeared to be a wild inconsistency between its still perfect adaptation of parts, and the crumbling condition of the individual stones. In this there was much that reminded me of the specious totality of old wood-work which has rotted for long years in some neglected vault, with no disturbance from the breath of the external air. Beyond this indication of extensive decay, however, the fabric gave little token of instability. Perhaps the eye of a scrutinizing observer might have discovered a barely perceptible fissure, which, extending from the roof of the building in front, made its way down the wall in a zigzag direction, until it became lost in the sullen waters of the tarn. Read this line from The Fall of the House of Usher: Beyond this indication of extensive decay, however, the fabric gave little token of instability. What does this line imply about what the theme of the story may be? A) Appearances may be deceiving. B) Ultimately, beauty can be destructive. C) Dreams seldom come to more than disillusion. D) Those who build on unstable ground may regret it. [LC] Franklin Delano Roosevelt's Infamy Speech December 8, 1941 "Yesterday, December 7, 1941—a date which will live in infamy—the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan. The United States was at peace with that nation and, at the solicitation of Japan, was still in conversation with its Government and its Emperor looking toward the maintenance of peace in the Pacific. Indeed, one hour after Japanese air squadrons had commenced bombing in Oahu, the Japanese Ambassador to the United States and his colleague delivered to the Secretary of State a formal reply to a recent American message. While this reply stated that it seemed useless to continue the existing diplomatic negotiations, it contained no threat or hint of war or armed attack. It will be recorded that the distance of Hawaii from Japan makes it obvious that the attack was deliberately planned many days or even weeks ago. During the intervening time the Japanese Government has deliberately sought to deceive the United States by false statements and expressions of hope for continued peace. The attack yesterday on the Hawaiian Islands has caused severe damage to American naval and military forces. Very many American lives have been lost. In addition American ships have been reported torpedoed on the high seas between San Francisco and Honolulu. The speaker begins by A) showing his interest in further peace talks B) expressing sympathy for the Japanese people C) predicting the future of the war efforts D) describing Japan's betrayal

Answer:

The correct answers are the following:

1 - A) Appearances may be deceiving.

2 - D) describing Japan's betrayal.

Explanation:

1 - According to the reader, there were no apparent signs of instability beyond waht could be seen: discoloration of ages, fungi and spider webs, but the foundations and masonry appeared to be solid. However, as we see at the end of the story, the house collapses in a way that parallels the Usher dynasty.

2 - The speaker begins by describing Japan's betrayal by marking that day as " a date which will live in infamy." He goes on to describe this treason by asserting that the attack took place while the US was still in conversation with the Emperor in order to keep peace in the Pacific, and that these conversations were solicited by Japan.

ANSWERED AT 26/03/2020 - 11:55 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 26/03/2020 - 11:55 AM

[LC] The Fall of the House of Usher By Edgar Allan Poe Shaking off what must have been a dream, I scanned more narrowly the real aspect of the building. Its principal feature seemed to be that of an excessive antiquity. The discoloration of ages had been great. Minute fungi overspread the whole exterior, hanging in a fine tangled web-work from the eaves. Yet all this was apart from any extraordinary dilapidation. No portion of the masonry had fallen; and there appeared to be a wild inconsistency between its still perfect adaptation of parts, and the crumbling condition of the individual stones. In this there was much that reminded me of the specious totality of old wood-work which has rotted for long years in some neglected vault, with no disturbance from the breath of the external air. Beyond this indication of extensive decay, however, the fabric gave little token of instability. Perhaps the eye of a scrutinizing observer might have discovered a barely perceptible fissure, which, extending from the roof of the building in front, made its way down the wall in a zigzag direction, until it became lost in the sullen waters of the tarn. Roderick Usher's poem By Edgar Allan Poe * In the greenest of our valleys, * By good angels tenanted, * Once a fair and stately palace— * Radiant palace—reared its head. * In the monarch Thought's dominion— * It stood there! * Never seraph spread a pinion * Over fabric half so fair. * * Banners yellow, glorious, golden, * On its roof did float and flow; * (This—all this—was in the olden * Time long ago); * And every gentle air that dallied, * In that sweet day, * Along the ramparts plumed and pallid, * A winged odor went away. ... * And, round about his home, the glory * That blushed and bloomed * Is but a dim-remembered story * Of the old time entombed. * * And travellers now within that valley, * Through the red-litten windows see * Vast forms that move fantastically * To a discordant melody; * While, like a rapid ghastly river, * Through the pale door, * A hideous throng rush out forever, * And laugh—but smile no more. What do these two pieces have in common? A) They are both about nice places becoming unpleasant. B) They are both about the politics of the time. C) They are both about the importance of architecture. D) They are both based on a famous play.

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ANSWERED AT 26/03/2020 - 11:28 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 26/03/2020 - 11:28 AM

Read the paragraph. (1) After our trip, the skyscraper visit was unanimously voted as our favorite. (2) The museum was supposed to be the highlight of the trip. (3) But those works of art were completed a long time ago. (4) At the skyscraper, we watched them in action building their masterpiece. Which sentence in the paragraph is in the active voice? -Sentence 1 -Sentence 2 -Sentence 3 -Sentence 4

Answer:

Sentence 4

Explanation:

Sentence 4 uses a verb in the active voice ("we watched them") while all the other options use a verb in the passive voice. In a sentence in the active voice, it is the subject who performs the action. On the other hand, in a sentence that is in the passive voice, it is the subject which receives the action. When writing a text, it is usually better to use active voice for the most part, as these sentences tend to be less confusing and vague.

ANSWERED AT 26/03/2020 - 10:25 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 26/03/2020 - 10:25 AM

What is the significance of the title of the novel? 451 is the temperature at which paper burns. There are 451 people who lose their life in the novel. 451 is the name of the district in which Guy Montag lives. 451 Fahrenheit is the main character's address. Description

I'm pretty sure it's the first one. 451 degrees is the temp which paper burns, the book is about book burning. There aren't 451 characters that are focused on, I don't think 451 pertains to the address or district...it was really vague to make it seem like it could happen anywhere to anyone.

ANSWERED AT 26/03/2020 - 06:14 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 26/03/2020 - 06:14 AM

Which of the following is a major theme in Fahrenheit 451? marriage coming of age censorship global warming

I think its global warming

ANSWERED AT 26/03/2020 - 06:14 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 26/03/2020 - 06:14 AM

What is the setting for Fahrenheit 451? the 24th Century the 20th Century the 19th Century

The 20th century, the story takes place in 1990. The 20th century spans from 01/01/1901 to 12/31/2000.

ANSWERED AT 26/03/2020 - 06:14 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 26/03/2020 - 06:14 AM

Into what kind of family was Milton born in

Answer:

John Milton was an English poet that was born in England in 1608 and died in 1674. He was best known for his epic Paradise Lost, and because of his strong belief in liberty and also in the right that people had to read and interpret the Bible by themselves.

The fact that Milton was born into a Protestant family, from the Church of England, was really important because first, it marked his belief in the individual reading and interpretation of the Bible, and second, because he almost became a priest himself. The second important thing about his family is that his father was an amateur composer, which marked and influenced Milton´s own passion for music and also the importance of it to his poetry later in life.

ANSWERED AT 26/03/2020 - 06:09 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 26/03/2020 - 06:09 AM