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Number sense,what division sentence means the same as the following subtraction sentences. 12-4= 8 8-4=4 4-4=0. thanks.

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Posted on Sep 16, 2009

SOURCE: the product of a number and 47 yields -141

let number be x

47x = -141 is the equation of sentence given above

x can be found out by x = -141/47 = - 3

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Posted on Apr 22, 2010

SOURCE: sample of how to create a python program that will

Assuming that the input numbers are given by the user:print "Menu"print "1. Addition"print "2. Subtraction"print "3. Multiplication"print "4. Division"print "0. Quit"

a = input("Please make a selection:")if a == 1: x = input("Please enter a number:") y = input("Please enter another number:") answer = x + yprint "%r plus %r = %r" % (x,y,answer)elif a == 2: x = input("Please enter a number:") y = input("Please enter another number:") answer = x - yprint "%r minus %r = %r" % (x,y,answer)

The same goes for everything else just with different signs. Don't forget that "*" is multiplication and "/" is division. Also, for 0. Just use:

elif a == 0: quit

Posted on Sep 28, 2011

Its Very Important to understand the message ,, how else can you reword it if you dont know the meaning

May 10, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

My own personal suggestion (also) is in bold below. Good luck to you!

For example:

This is my senior year at University.

Senior in this sentence cannot be replaced with the words elder or older, since the meaning of the sentence will change and will make less sense.

However, senior in the sense of fourth year can be replaced with the word last and the meaning will remain the same as in the original sentence.

Good speakers and writers often vary their vocabulary and so can you!

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Feb 19, 2015 | Computers & Internet

Do you mean the parts of a sentence? A sentence contains a subject (what the sentence is about, the topic of the sentence) and a predicate(what is said about the subject). A predicate always contains a verb.

In this sentence:

sentence: You speak French subject predicate

verb You speak French

In this sentence:

sentence: You speak French subject predicate

verb You speak French

Nov 23, 2014 | Computers & Internet

The psychic claimed to use extrasensory perception to solve the heinous crime.

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Sep 24, 2014 | The Learning Company Computers & Internet

You'll need to use the Order of Operations to solve this problem. They are Parenthesis, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Addition, Subtraction (Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally). Multiplication/Division have the same weight, so you read it from left to right. Same with Addition/subtraction.

For this problem, you see there are no parenthesis or exponents, so you move right to multiplication/division. Reading from left to right, the first thing you see is 240/20. Evaluating that comes out to 12. Now you have 12*6 (assuming the x is a multiplication symbol), which evaluates to 72. 72-13=59, and 59+41=100.

Written another way:

240/20*6-13+41

12*6-13+41

72-13+41

59+41

100

For this problem, you see there are no parenthesis or exponents, so you move right to multiplication/division. Reading from left to right, the first thing you see is 240/20. Evaluating that comes out to 12. Now you have 12*6 (assuming the x is a multiplication symbol), which evaluates to 72. 72-13=59, and 59+41=100.

Written another way:

240/20*6-13+41

12*6-13+41

72-13+41

59+41

100

Aug 29, 2011 | Computers & Internet

The following are __simple__ sentences:

"The dog eats its food."

"The girl washes her clothes."

"The man hates exercise."

The simple sentence is typically has a*subject* (the dog / the girl / the man), followed by a *verb* (eats / washes / hates), followed by an *object* (food / clothes / exercise).

You could also have simple sentences consisting of only a*subject and a verb*, for example:

"The man cries."

"The bird flies."

"The girl sings."

A__complex__ sentence would be:

"The girl washes her clothes, but then throws it away."

"The man cries, because he hurt his toe."

"The dog eats its food and then plays on the lawn."

The complex sentence is typically made up of simple sentences that are joined together by conjunctions. Conjunctions are words like "and", "but", "because", "although", etc.

So, the complex sentences above, actually looks like this when you look at them closely:

"The girl washes her clothes" + "The girl throws her clothes away." - joined by "but".

"The man cries" + "The man hurt his toe." - joined by "because".

"The dog eats its food" + The dog plays on the lawn." - joined by "and".

Complex sentences can be very long, consisting of many simple sentences that are all joined by conjunctions.

Best wishes, from 11407336.

"The dog eats its food."

"The girl washes her clothes."

"The man hates exercise."

The simple sentence is typically has a

You could also have simple sentences consisting of only a

"The man cries."

"The bird flies."

"The girl sings."

A

"The girl washes her clothes, but then throws it away."

"The man cries, because he hurt his toe."

"The dog eats its food and then plays on the lawn."

The complex sentence is typically made up of simple sentences that are joined together by conjunctions. Conjunctions are words like "and", "but", "because", "although", etc.

So, the complex sentences above, actually looks like this when you look at them closely:

"The girl washes her clothes" + "The girl throws her clothes away." - joined by "but".

"The man cries" + "The man hurt his toe." - joined by "because".

"The dog eats its food" + The dog plays on the lawn." - joined by "and".

Complex sentences can be very long, consisting of many simple sentences that are all joined by conjunctions.

Best wishes, from 11407336.

Jul 24, 2011 | Computers & Internet

The following are examples of expressions:

2

*x*

3 + 7

2 ×*y* + 5

2 + 6 × (4 - 2)

*z* + 3 × (8 - *z*)

Example:

Roland weighs 70 kilograms, and Mark weighs*k* kilograms. Write an expression
for their combined weight. The combined weight in kilograms of these two people
is the sum of their weights, which is 70 + *k*.

Example:

A car travels down the freeway at 55 kilometers per hour. Write an expression for the distance the car will have traveled after*h* hours. Distance equals rate
times time, so the distance traveled is equal to 55 × *h*..

Example:

There are 2000 liters of water in a swimming pool. Water is filling the pool at the rate of 100 liters per minute. Write an expression for the amount of water, in liters, in the swimming pool after*m* minutes. The amount of water added
to the pool after *m* minutes will be 100 liters per minute times *m*,
or 100 × *m*. Since we started with 2000 liters of water in the pool,
we add this to the amount of water added to the pool to get the expression 100 ×
*m *+ 2000.

To evaluate an expression at some number means we replace a variable in an expression with the number, and simplify the expression.

Example:

Evaluate the expression 4 ×*z* + 12 when *z* = 15.

We replace each occurrence of*z* with the number 15, and simplify using the
usual rules: parentheses first, then exponents, multiplication and division, then
addition and subtraction.

4 ×*z* + 12 becomes

4 × 15 + 12 =

60 + 12 =

72

Example:

Evaluate the expression (1 +*z*) × 2 + 12 ÷ 3 - *z* when
*z* = 4.

We replace each occurrence of z with the number 4, and simplify using the usual rules: parentheses first, then exponents, multiplication and division, then addition and subtraction.

(1 +*z*) × 2 + 12 ÷ 3 - *z* becomes

(1 + 4) × 2 + 12 ÷ 3 - 4 =

5 × 2 + 12 ÷ 3 - 4 =

10 + 4 - 4 =

10.

**hope that help you**

2

3 + 7

2 ×

2 + 6 × (4 - 2)

Example:

Roland weighs 70 kilograms, and Mark weighs

Example:

A car travels down the freeway at 55 kilometers per hour. Write an expression for the distance the car will have traveled after

Example:

There are 2000 liters of water in a swimming pool. Water is filling the pool at the rate of 100 liters per minute. Write an expression for the amount of water, in liters, in the swimming pool after

To evaluate an expression at some number means we replace a variable in an expression with the number, and simplify the expression.

Example:

Evaluate the expression 4 ×

We replace each occurrence of

4 ×

4 × 15 + 12 =

60 + 12 =

72

Example:

Evaluate the expression (1 +

We replace each occurrence of z with the number 4, and simplify using the usual rules: parentheses first, then exponents, multiplication and division, then addition and subtraction.

(1 +

(1 + 4) × 2 + 12 ÷ 3 - 4 =

5 × 2 + 12 ÷ 3 - 4 =

10 + 4 - 4 =

10.

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The TI-30XA is a scientific calculator with many functions. You can calculate problems with fractions and decimals, as well as solve problems of probability and functions. A scientific calculator computes the number sentence you type in using the order of operations: parentheses first, then roots and exponents, then division and multiplication and, finally, addition and subtraction.

How to Use a TI-30XA
Step 1Press the [ON/C] key to turn on the calculator. Press the [OFF] key to turn it off. To use the calculator in solar mode, put the solar panel in the light and then press the [ON/C] key. To turn it off when in solar mode, slide the calculator cover back on and it will automatically shut off.

Step 2Replace the batteries by first removing the cover and placing it face down. Use a Phillips-head screwdriver to unscrew the back panel. Remove the back panel and change the batteries. Screw the back panel back on. Press [OFF] [ON/C] and [ON/C].

How to Use a TI-30XA

Aug 08, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

speak english sorry to sound like a **** but this sentence makes no sense.

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Hello,

I do know what calculator you have but on most calculators you have digit keys to key in numbers, operation keys (multiplication, division, addition, subtraction), function keys (log, exponential, %, square root, square or a power) and you have the = key to obtain the result of the calculation.

Press the [ON] button

To add 2 numbers, exemple 12 and 13

12 [+ key] 13 [= key]. Calculator displays 25, or 25.00 or 25.0000...

To subtract

13 [- key] 7 [=key] . Calculator displays 6 or 6.00, 6.0000....

To multiply

32 [x key] 5 [= key]. Calculator displays 160.

You may have memory keys, to store values. They may be labeled M to enter a number in memory, M+ to add a number to the one already in memory, M- to subtract from the number already in memory.

Hope it gets you started.

I do know what calculator you have but on most calculators you have digit keys to key in numbers, operation keys (multiplication, division, addition, subtraction), function keys (log, exponential, %, square root, square or a power) and you have the = key to obtain the result of the calculation.

Press the [ON] button

To add 2 numbers, exemple 12 and 13

12 [+ key] 13 [= key]. Calculator displays 25, or 25.00 or 25.0000...

To subtract

13 [- key] 7 [=key] . Calculator displays 6 or 6.00, 6.0000....

To multiply

32 [x key] 5 [= key]. Calculator displays 160.

You may have memory keys, to store values. They may be labeled M to enter a number in memory, M+ to add a number to the one already in memory, M- to subtract from the number already in memory.

Hope it gets you started.

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