question ⪢⪢
It is not that I'am so smart but I stay with the questions much longer. #quote #Einstein
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◎◎◎ cardinal ⪢⪢
A _____ number says how many of something there are. It answers the question how many. They are no fractions or decimals as it is only used for counting. → nominal, ordinal #math
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○○○ But of all the questions the little spider had ⪢⪢
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○○○ wrap ⪢⪢
This is one of the fundamental questions of quantum physics and even Einstein had difficulty wrapping his brain around it.
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○○○ but ⪢⪢
The intelligence report due to the Congress later this month but without clear conclusions it may leave the public but more questions than answers. #hard2listen
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○○○ verbally ⪢⪢
It can be really important to know how to verbally express questions or ideas in calculus.
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○○○ peer ⪢⪢
The question is, "Does McDonald's risk falling behind its peers, are plant-based burgers just another passing trend or are they a step in a fundamental change to fast food?"
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○○○ agenda ⪢⪢
The man is pushing his questionable agenda on his colleagues.
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 Nataruk fossils
Scientist Lahr said the findings raised the question of whether warfare has been part of human experience much longer than previously thought. → Marta Mirazon Lahr, Anna Metteo, club, Turkana
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 On The Origin Of Species
How do we explain how animals have evolved over time. Charles Darwin, the British naturalist and geologist, famously answered this question in his book 'On The Origin Of Species' which proposed the mechanism of evolutionary change within animal species.
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 Three Kinds of Verbs - Do
Auxiliary verb Do - negative sentences or questions
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 To put your new knowledge into practice, try the your turn questions here.
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 Logarithms Explained
Anytime you see log base b of some number n, you can think about it as asking the question "What power do I need to put in my exponent to get b to that power equal to this number n?"
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