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Donald asks…

Im a teacher and…(read more)?

My students think this is to hard so you do it and give me the answers ill reply with the right ones. Also when done can you tell me if this is two hard for my freshmen students thank you very much!

1.From what source does the Columbia River system receive most of its water supply?

A.Heavy rainfall
B.Monsoons
C.Snow melt
D.Hurricanes
2.Which of the following rivers does NOT support a large irrigation project?

A.Columbia
B.Snake
C.Wenatchee
D.Yakima
3.Currently, Washington’s most productive coal-mining area is _____.

A.Wenatchee
B.Cascades
C.Centralia
D.Palouse Hills
4.Water is a valuable and critical natural resource, especially in the semiarid and arid regions of the _____ in Washington.

A.Colorado Plateau
B.Cascades Mountains
C.Western Lowlands
D.Columbia Plateau
5.Which is the single largest lumber corporation operating in Washington?

A.Georgia Pacific
B.Pope and Talbot
C.Crown Zellerbach
D.Weyerhaeuser
6.If demand of a product increases with little or no change in supply the price charged for that product should _____.

A.decrease
B.increase
7.Washington’s most abundant source of energy is _____.

A.solar
B.hydroelectricity
C.coal
D.nuclear
8.The Bonneville Power Administration was established by Congress in _____.

A.1937
B.1938
C.1939
D.1940
9._____ energy is a promising alternative power source because the sun produces tremendous quantities of renewable energy.

A.Geothermal
B.Hydroelectric
C.Solar
D.Tidal
10.During the late 1960s and early 1970s, the economy of Washington was adversely affected by the so-called _____.

A.Great Depression
B.Boeing Depression
C.World Recession
D.Technology Depression
11.Before the completion of the _____, ships had to journey around Cape Horn to get to the Pacific Northwest from the east coast.

A.Suez Canal
B.Erie Canal
C.Columbia Canal
D.Panama Canal
12.Washington produces a large percentage of the United States’ total production of the following EXCEPT:

A.Forest products
B.Aircraft
C.Steel
D.Aluminum
13._____ employs more people than any other manufacturing company in Washington.

A.Microsoft
B.Starbucks
C.Boeing
D.Weyerhaeuser
14._____ is a power-oriented industry that is located in the Pacific Northwest because of the availability of cheap hydroelectricity.

A.Aluminum
B.Shipbuilding
C.Timber
D.Mining
15.Another unique feature of Washington’s transportation system has been the use of _____ bridges over Lake Washington and Hood Canal.

A.suspension
B.truss
C.arch
D.floating
16.The Federal-Aid Highway Act of _____ funded the construction of our interstate highways.

A.1949
B.1956
C.1952
D.1954
17._____ are the primary means for transporting grain and other products down the Snake and Columbia Rivers to Portland.

A.Ships
B.Ferries
C.Barges
D.Rafts
18.Trade goods brought to an area are called what?

A.Imports
B.Exports
C.Hinterlands
D.Forelands
19.The leading foreign trading partner of Seattle’s Customs District is _____.

A.China
B.Japan
C.Canada
D.India
20.All of the following big game animals are hunted in Washington EXCEPT:

A.Moose
B.Bear
C.Caribou
D.Elk

ssadmin answers:

If you're a teacher and can't tell when to use to/too/two, I'll eat my hat.

Sandy asks…

Electricians, please help!?

My partner and I are wanting to build a little power generator to keep our lights on and phones charged while camping. The idea is to take a little Brinks security box, put a solar panel on the lid, and have a little tiny pop-up windmill in the box with a battery in it and end up with 2 AC outlets to plug our stuff into.

Between my partner and I, we only have a basic understanding of this kind of thing. We know that we need a charge controller (which sounds like a pain in the ass) connected from the panel to the battery (DC) and then that to an inverter to have the AC power we need. What we don't know is where to buy this stuff, and how, exactly, to make the connections. Thanks for the help.

ssadmin answers:

Try instructables.com
there are tons of stuff like that there.

Joseph asks…

From what source does the Columbia River system receive most of its water supply?

From what source does the Columbia River system receive most of its water supply?
A) Heavy rainfall
B) Monsoons
C) Snow melt
D) Hurricanes
2. Which of the following rivers does NOT support a large irrigation project?
A) Columbia
B) Snake
C) Wenatchee
D) Yakima
3. Currently, Washington’s most productive coal-mining area is _____.
A) Wenatchee
B) Cascades
C) Centralia
D) Palouse Hills
4. Water is a valuable and critical natural resource, especially in the semiarid and arid regions of the _____ in Washington.
A) Colorado Plateau
B) Cascades Mountains
C) Western Lowlands
D) Columbia Plateau
5. Which is the single largest lumber corporation operating in Washington?
A) Georgia Pacific
B) Pope and Talbot
C) Crown Zellerbach
D) Weyerhaeuser
6. If demand of a product increases with little or no change in supply the price charged for that product should _____.
A) decrease
B) increase
7. Washington’s most abundant source of energy is _____.
A) solar
B) hydroelectricity
C) coal
D) nuclear
8. The Bonneville Power Administration was established by Congress in _____.
A) 1937
B) 1938
C) 1939
D) 1940
9. _____ energy is a promising alternative power source because the sun produces tremendous quantities of renewable energy.
A) Geothermal
B) Hydroelectric
C) Solar
D) Tidal
10. During the late 1960s and early 1970s, the economy of Washington was adversely affected by the so-called _____.
A) Great Depression
B) Boeing Depression
C) World Recession
D) Technology Depression
11. Before the completion of the _____, ships had to journey around Cape Horn to get to the Pacific Northwest from the east coast.
A) Suez Canal
B) Erie Canal
C) Columbia Canal
D) Panama Canal
12. Washington produces a large percentage of the United States’ total production of the following EXCEPT:
A) Forest products
B) Aircraft
C) Steel
D) Aluminum
13. _____ employs more people than any other manufacturing company in Washington.
A) Microsoft
B) Starbucks
C) Boeing
D) Weyerhaeuser
14. _____ is a power-oriented industry that is located in the Pacific Northwest because of the availability of cheap hydroelectricity.
A) Aluminum
B) Shipbuilding
C) Timber
D) Mining
15. Another unique feature of Washington’s transportation system has been the use of _____ bridges over Lake Washington and Hood Canal.
A) suspension
B) truss
C) arch
D) floating
16. The Federal-Aid Highway Act of _____ funded the construction of our interstate highways.
A) 1949
B) 1956
C) 1952
D) 1954
17. _____ are the primary means for transporting grain and other products down the Snake and Columbia Rivers to Portland.
A) Ships
B) Ferries
C) Barges
D) Rafts
18. Trade goods brought to an area are called what?
A) Imports
B) Exports
C) Hinterlands
D) Forelands
19. The leading foreign trading partner of Seattle’s Customs District is _____.
A) China
B) Japan
C) Canada
D) India
20. All of the following big game animals are hunted in Washington EXCEPT:
A) Moose
B) Bear
C) Caribou
D) Elk

ssadmin answers:

A.c.c.b.a.a.b.d.a.d.d. A.c.c.b.d.a.d.c.c.

Carol asks…

help with pokemon explorers of time?

i am at the last chapter and i have tried more than 20 times to defeat diagla my 2 pokemin are charmander and chikorita fire and grass type
charmanders moves: ember
fire fang
slash
flamethrower

chikoritas moves: razor leaf
sythesis
magic leaf
solar beam

charmander is the main pokemon and chikorirta is her partner.

charmander is lv. 51 and chikorita is lv. 50

charmanders statas

HP: 129
ATTACK: 73
DEFENCE: 70
SP.ATTACK: 85
SP.DEFENCE: 70

chikoritas statas

HP: 138
ATTACK: 85
DEFENCE: 66
SP.ATTACK: 78
SP.DEFENCE: 58

charmander is half a star smarter than chikorita
chikorita is half a star dumber than charmander

charmanders abilitie is BLAZE
boosts the power of the pokemons fire-type move when its HP is low

Chikoritas abilitie is overgrow:
boosts the power of the pokemon grass-type moves when its HP is low
my job rank is silver

please help my friend brought the same game as me so we could play it together on her 1st time she bet diagla and both of her pokemon were at lv. 45 please help

ssadmin answers:

Teach you Chikorita Dig

John asks…

Battle strategy for beating crasher wake in platinum?

Okay, I go up against Crasher Wake next in pokemon platinum. I need a battle strategy because my partner pokemon is fire so it'll be weak against him. Here are the pokemon in my party:

Monferno: Lv.34. (moves: grass knot, focus blast, fire blast, rock smash)
Porygon: Lv.35. (moves: Psybeam, Solar beam, Recover, Arial Ace)
Kricketune: Lv.35 (moves: Cut, X-scissor, sing, Toxic)
Umbreon: Lv.36. (moves: Faint attack, bite, dig, quick attack)
Luxray: Lv.36. (Moves: Hyper beam, swagger, thunder fang, thunder)
Togepi: Lv.34. (moves: Encore, Follow me, Wish, Ancient Power)

TMs: Bullet seed, Drain punch, sleep talk
HMs: Cut, Fly, Defog, rock smash.

any good battle strategys??

ssadmin answers:

You don't need any strategy for ingame battling, its unbelievebly easy. Just spam grass moves on his Quagsire, Electric moves on his Gyarados and either on the two on his Floatzel (it has Ice Fang though, so be cautious of using grass types_

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