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I'm 66 and still figuring out that one and sometimes I surprise myself! You can't figure out 100% who you are because you are always learning until the day you die. One thing… you can strive for are these great characteristics:LoyaltyHonorableEmpathy for othersHelping others out in need such as volunteering a few hours of your timeStick by family and friends or a mate 100% if they deserve it.Give respect and expect it backKnow right from wrong (99% of us know the difference)Have some sort of Christian faith of your choice as it keeps you on the straight and narrow.Never be afraid to tell a person you don't understand what they are talking about and ask them to explain it. This is important! Don't feel you are stupid for asking because it's only a stupid person who thinks they know everything.Give your all in life and sometimes you will lose, but sometimes you win. Never let the things you lose in life get you down because the old saying 'when a door closes a window opens' which simply means one part of your life closes, but there is another opportunity in the future. As far as wondering what you might be in the future regarding your career; where you want to be in ten years, don't push yourself and pay more attention to those around you. Get in the habit of 'people watching' and 'listening to what others say' and you'll learn a lot and doors of opportunity can open up for you. Savor life and enjoy your youth because it goes by at the speed of light. Travel if you want too, take courses in College (you can always change courses if you don't like the career you have chosen.) Be honest with yourself and point out your good characteristics. Example: If you are loving and caring then look for work in Health Care ... doctor, nurse, psychologist/psychiatrist, etc. Sometimes when we have a little fun in life and enjoy our family and friends and even travel for a few months to a year it puts a whole different perspective on what you want to be and what you are all about. Keeping learning and knowledge is the basis of a good character even if you aren't famous. (MORE)

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You get the area by using formulas. There is usually a specific formula to find the area of each shape. Some irregular shaps may not have a formula.

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how do you get the answer to what percent of 50 is 5? First you convert the text equation into a more simplified one. 'What percent of 50' means if the percentage was conv…erted to a fraction, the 50 would be the lower number (denominator) 'What percent of 50 is 5?' means if the percentage was converted to a fraction, the 5 would be the upper number (numerator) So then, the equation simplifies to 'Format 5/50 as a percentage' 5/50 = 1/10 = 0.1 To convert to a percentage, multiply by 100 and add a % sign 0.1 (* 100%) = 10% So the answer is "5 is 10% of 50". (MORE)

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In Geometry

WOO HOOO ALL THE WINDOWS DOWN WOOO HOOO WHEN IM ROLLING THROUGH YOUR TOWN WOOO HOOO -Nick Brown

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Partition it into simple shapes and work out their areas. Then add together all the components.

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In Geometry

either you were born skinny or you will have to work out on your skinnyness you would like

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I research it, read about it, study on it, ask people who know things, and in the end when i've abandoned all hope of EVER figuring it out... I just ask my wife.

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If you have a cool talent and are between the ages of 10 and 15 you can apply to be on the show by clicking on the related link below and letting them know about the talen…t you have. Or you can go to nick.com and go to figure it out. Click on be on the show and insert the information in the tab that opens. (MORE)

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In Geometry

Add together the length of its sides. The accumulated lengths of its sides is the perimeter.

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In Geometry

-- You can only do one solid figure at a time. -- Pick one solid figure to work on. -- Stare at it for a while. In your mind, look at all of its flat faces, even the one…s you can't see in the picture. -- One at a time, write down the area of each flat face. -- When you have them all, add up all the areas of the flat faces. -- The sum of all the faces is the area of the whole solid figure. If you're doing this in the second grade, then you must be pretty smart. I'm proud of you. (MORE)