Would be helpful if you cited which statement you are wondering is true or false

Apr 25, 2016 | Computers & Internet

The statement is, in itself, an opinion. As such, it cannot be construed as true or false, other than the fact that it is true that it is an opinion. Whether or not the statements made to support it are true or not, I cannot be sure. All I can say is that the media today is more concerned with sensationalism and ratings than they are with journalism and truth.

Nov 07, 2015 | GPS

False. "Many aspects of children's learning and development follow well documented sequences, with later abilities, skills, and knowledge" re: https://www.naeyc.org/files/naeyc/file/positions/PSDAP.pdf

Mar 31, 2015 | Computers & Internet

Hi,

4=4 is a true statement, because it satisfy the condition you proposed, but 4=-4 is a false statement

4=4 is a true statement, because it satisfy the condition you proposed, but 4=-4 is a false statement

Sep 24, 2014 | Computers & Internet

A to H are persons compared according to their age and the speed at which they finish a

certain job. A is older than B and faster than C. D is younger than E, older than H, and slower

than F. G is older than H, younger than C, slower than H, and faster than F. H is older than A

and Slower than C. Based on the preceding statements, which of the following is true?

certain job. A is older than B and faster than C. D is younger than E, older than H, and slower

than F. G is older than H, younger than C, slower than H, and faster than F. H is older than A

and Slower than C. Based on the preceding statements, which of the following is true?

Aug 13, 2011 | RIM BlackBerry 7290

There are 1.609344 km in a mile. So, the following statement is true:

$8 000 000 = 1.609344km

Now bring it down to One km, rather than one and a decimal by dividing both sides of the equation by 1.609344.

8 000 000/1.609344 = 1km.

You wind up with the following:

$4 970 969.5378986717569394734749065 / 1km.

(obviously, round it to a normal dollar figure, rather than to hundredths of thousandths of cents)

You wind up with $4 970 969. 54 per kilometer.

$8 000 000 = 1.609344km

Now bring it down to One km, rather than one and a decimal by dividing both sides of the equation by 1.609344.

8 000 000/1.609344 = 1km.

You wind up with the following:

$4 970 969.5378986717569394734749065 / 1km.

(obviously, round it to a normal dollar figure, rather than to hundredths of thousandths of cents)

You wind up with $4 970 969. 54 per kilometer.

Feb 18, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

there are many statements regarding adolescent suicide -- what exact statements are you wondering about ?

adolescent suicide is based on many things.

can you please be a bit more clear with your question ?

c...

adolescent suicide is based on many things.

can you please be a bit more clear with your question ?

c...

Jan 18, 2011 | Penn Gt Series Levelwind Reels 330GTi

Here is your problem pasted again ingluding some of my thoughts. These thoughts and the answers to your questions are in CAPITAL.

There are exactly twelve children in Ryan's class. Only four of the children are boys. THAT MEANS THERE ARE 8 GIRLS. The following questions refer to a time when all the children are present in the class. THAT MEANS THE TOTAL PERSONS IN THE CLASS ARE 12 SINCE THERE IS NO MENTION ABOUT TEACHER. There are no visitors in the class. There might be more than one correct anwer to a question.

1. Which of the lettered statements must be true?

2. Which of the lettered statements cannot be true?

3. Which of the lettered statements could be true or not true?

a. There are twice as many girls as boys in Ryan's class. IS TRUE

b. There are eight more girls than boys in Ryan's class. IS FALSE

c. There are four more girls than boys in Ryan's class. IS TRUE

d. If Ryan is sitting at a table with all the girls, there are exactly nine children at that table. IS TRUE

e. If only three of the boys are standing on their heads, one of the boys is not standing on his head. IS TRUE.

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There are exactly twelve children in Ryan's class. Only four of the children are boys. THAT MEANS THERE ARE 8 GIRLS. The following questions refer to a time when all the children are present in the class. THAT MEANS THE TOTAL PERSONS IN THE CLASS ARE 12 SINCE THERE IS NO MENTION ABOUT TEACHER. There are no visitors in the class. There might be more than one correct anwer to a question.

1. Which of the lettered statements must be true?

2. Which of the lettered statements cannot be true?

3. Which of the lettered statements could be true or not true?

a. There are twice as many girls as boys in Ryan's class. IS TRUE

b. There are eight more girls than boys in Ryan's class. IS FALSE

c. There are four more girls than boys in Ryan's class. IS TRUE

d. If Ryan is sitting at a table with all the girls, there are exactly nine children at that table. IS TRUE

e. If only three of the boys are standing on their heads, one of the boys is not standing on his head. IS TRUE.

In case of a problem or clarification, don't hesitate to post me a reply.

If you are satisfied, rate my solution with the "thumbs" or (even better) add a testimonial.

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Aug 17, 2010 | Acer Aspire 5500 5570-2609 Laptop

=If(l19<0,l19-l15,"L19 is zero or above")

It would be something along the lines of that. The If statement returns the true value first and then the false value ie

=If(condition,True,False)

So if the condition is met then it is true so it will return the true part and if its false it will ignore the true part and return the false part.

It would be something along the lines of that. The If statement returns the true value first and then the false value ie

=If(condition,True,False)

So if the condition is met then it is true so it will return the true part and if its false it will ignore the true part and return the false part.

May 06, 2009 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

HP's RPN calculators have always followed the "do if true" rule. If the test is true, the next step is executed. If false, the next step is skipped. So, in your case, you would simply follow the x>y instruction with the goto instruction. If the test is true, execution will brance to the specified label. If false, execution will continue with the step following the goto.

Apr 02, 2009 | HP 35s Scientific Calculator

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