Homework Help Topic


#123

you’re welcome :joy:


#124

Just wait till you are a senior citizen. :joy:


#125

too late now :joy: hopefully, i got it right.


#126

Ooops! Sorry. :frowning:


#127

You’re always forgetting…regardless if it’s your homework or your pills :joy:


#128

your reply is your only one in here LOL


#129

LOL I guess I haven’t needed as much help as I thought…but it’s just the beginning of the school year, things will get harder, I will be back :joy:


#130


#131

So we are about to work on the yearbook online…yay for being apart of the yearbook staff. Wish me luck cause I have a feeling im going to mess something up :tired_face:


#132

You’re going to do great but a little extra luck never hurts.


#133

I am too…let me guess: Jostens Yearbook Avenue?


#134

@EmmaKG this is the homework help thread. Everyone is really helpful and if you have a last minute homework question…


#135

Can someone please explain the Townshend Acts to me? I honestly don’t understand most of what the internet is telling me. So in like teenage English form…


#136

lol sorry.


#137

Same we have the same assignment. I don’t understand if either!!


#138

The big uproar about the Townshend Acts was that the British government imposed a series of new taxes against the American colonies with no involvement of the colonies. If you’ve ever heard the phrase “Taxation without representation” that is where is comes from. It was a key factor that lead to the revolutionary war.


#139

Wow! Thanks. I literally don’t understand why I have to read through 2 pages of information for that.


#140

I thought that was the stamp act? But I could definitely be wrong.


#141

Wasn’t the Townshend acts more the one law? Like 4? Idk. Good thing its not due tomorrow.


#142

The stamp act was with British taxes by paying for stamps and stamping taxes in the official spot on a lot of goods

It was part of the Townsend acts, like the Tea Act, which closed down the harbor after the BTP