What would you like to do?
It depends what type of math. If you're finding answers to addition/subtraction/multiplication/division use your favorite algorithim. For others, follow the steps. Acctually …IDK I'm not a genius like my best friend Melissa, but obviously it's not hard!
Gills are organs that remove oxygen from water.
gills are the things at the side of a fish or shark that help them breathe under water. :)
A gill in liquid capacity is exactly 1/2 cup (4 fluid ounces). It is also known as a "teacup." *The plural "gills" is the collective term for the breathing tissues o…f fish, amphibians, and some crustaceans. These animals use their gills to extract oxygen from water.
To do maths you simply solve the equation: ymxkb(8.22563)^2/yx8zm5b6wk=xmkjfqp(845632175)^2
Gills are located in the fish's body, near the slits in its neck. :)
Gills are the things that help fish breath under water.
no, because then those gills gills would need gills and they would need gills and so on, so on. They have specialised cells instead.
by clearing exam of maths.
Here are some examples of different types of mathematics. AdditionAlgebraDivisionMultiplicationRoundingSubtractionSymmetry
The gill filaments are the hair-like structures on the gills which absorb the oxygen from the lamallae. The gill arch, on the other hand, acts as a form of muscle which holds …the structures of the gills together. ~Sincerely, A Smarty pants :)
the cilia is the tiny hairlike structures in the gills that move back and forth making water flow over the gills to remove the oxygen form the water
Land mammals do not have gills because there is no water needed to filter out to get oxygen. Fish have gills because they need to filter out water (and other objects) to get t…he oxygen to breathe.