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Can I give you enough informations about a math textbook then you will give me the answers of its exercises?
Some text books answers are on the internet
Yes, or you can simply correct the language yourself.
That comes up all the time. People compose a question saying "Which of the following is not a cause of WW I?" (for example) yet they haven't listed anything following that que…stion, and we who answer questions have no idea what they are talking about. Or the question is completely incoherent. "You are marble, in unexpected prehensile." It doesn't mean anything, therefore it can't be answered.
You can research the chemicals that make up Oobleck such as Corn Starch, and you can write about those. You can also write about Oobleck's history, because it was invented ori…ginally as a fictional green goo by Dr. Suess.
There are not any answers available on the internet for the information system multiple choice test. Someone who takes the course would have to review the study materials …given by the teacher to prepare for the test.
The hippie dippy weatherman
The star reporter in all of Club Penguin is Aunt Arctic. She writes the stories and headlines for the newspaper. If somebody asks Aunt Arctic a question, she might write them …an answer back.
That depends on what information is needed. If you can give ageneral answer, but need more specifics to narrow it down, thenoffer what you can. If there are a few different op…tions, then give the options. If the question is completely unanswerable because it lacks someessential bit of information, then flag it, or write to support @answers.com, and we will take care of it for you.
Not Enough Information If you are a supervisor: Click on "Trash" (under "Question tools") in the blue bar on the left-hand side of the page. On the pop-up list that appears, …click the box marked "Not enough information to answer" and then click on "Continue" - the question will then be re-categorized into the desired category.
Wikipedia would be a trustworthy website to use because if you go onto wikipedia's home page you can search for different topics
People generally do not think that others would not know what they are talking about if they use pronouns like you, them, it, etc. or do not provide all the information necess…ary for another to answer the question. They do not stop to think that in order to communicate their question well, they have to use words that allow others to understand what they are asking and be specific. For example: Asking "When did they invade?" does not give enough information and is not clear about who is being asked about. On the other hand, asking "When did Germany invade Poland at the time of World War 2?" is completely clear about what is being asked. Asking "Should you leave him?" is also too vague. A better wording is "Should you leave you boyhttp://wiki.answers.com/How_many_Category_Supervisors_are_therefriend?" because it leaves no doubt about who is being asked about; however, it does not state what the boyfriend did or a reason why you would be thinking about leaving him. That information needs to be included in order for the question to be answered in a meaningful way. The best wording might be "Should you leave your boyfriend if he cheated on you?" or "Should you leave your boyfriend if you no longer love him?"
Yes, an answer can have an answer which is a question, especially if you are playing "Jeopardy!"
For a question to have enough information to be answered, the asker can't just assume someone knows what they mean. Be very specific. If you are asking about a specific person…, place, or thing, use the name, and not the pronoun. X = What books did she write? √ = What books did JK Rowling write? When the word "she" was used, no one knew who the asker was talking about. X = How much money does he make a year? √ = How much money does Donald Trump make a year? Same thing here. No one could just guess at who "he" is. X=How do you open the hood? √ = How do you open the hood on a 2007 Ford Ranger? Every car is different. People need to know which type you are talking about. X = What is it all about? √ = What is the play Potted Potter about? Again, no one would know what "it" is.
Maybe you could reply to it - Like this?
Questions such as "In the following diagram - which is the larger area" or "How long does it take to get from New York to San Francisco" - In the first question - it's obvious… that the asker is wanting a homework question answered - but browser limitations mean they can't actually show us the diagram. In the second example - the asker hasn't told us what method of transport they're travelling by.
yes very likely
Flagging a question that does not have enough information is easy. All you have to do is report the question.