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Which in a Phrase "Which" is generally used as "that" in an adjective phrase. Example : "The getaway car, which was found later, had beenstolen." Example : "In the library, …he found the book which heldthe secret spell." The Use of Which in Questions The use of the interrogative "which" is usually limited toquestions that seek to identify a member or members of a knowngroup, e.g. "Which one is larger, a lemon or a watermelon?", "Whichof the two, Bob or John, is the taller boy?" "Which US presidentsfought in World war 2?" Where a group is not listed, or obvious,the word "what" is more properly used. Example : "Which Californiaport handles the most shipping?" Example : "What country has thelargest population?" (MORE)

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The mean is when you add all the numbers together and then divide by how many there are. Another Answer: The mean is what you find out when you take a series of numbers add t…hem all up and divide them by how many numbers you had. For Example: 6, 6, 8, 4, 2, 10, 14. (7 numbers) 6+6+8+4+2+10+14 50 50 divided by 7 = 7.142857143 The mean is what you find out when you take a series of numbers add them all up and divide them by how many numbers you had. For Example: 6, 6, 8, 4, 2, 10, 14. (7 numbers) 6+6+8+4+2+10+1450 50 divided by 7 = 7.142857143 The mean is when you add up a certain amount of numbers and get your total.Then you divide the total by how many numbers you counted.Then you get your MEAN. Also it means rude and the MEANing of something. Mean is the average of a group or list of numbers. First you add all the numbers, then divide the numbers by the number of numbers in the group or list. Ex. 3, 6, 11, 8 (3 + 6 + 11+ 8) / 4 = 28 / 4 = 7 4 is how many numbers there are in the expression. Therefore, the mean is 7. Mean refers to the average of all number values. To find the mean, add all the values together and then divide by how many values there were. (MORE)

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Answer Its a way of saying "it'll kill me." ie: they are trying to 'do me in.' -they are trying to kill me. ie: These cigarettes will 'do me in.' -these… cigarettes are gonna kill me. (MORE)

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(used to represent a person or animal understood, previously mentioned, or about to be mentioned whose gender is unknown or disregarded): It was the largest ever caught off th…e Florida coast. who was it? It was John. The horse had its saddle on. from dictionary.reference.com (MORE)

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There are various proposed translations for the 'tetragrammaton', the four letter name 'YHWH' used as a name for God. The origin or meaning of this Hebrew word is uncertain, b…ut one popular meaning is 'I am that I am'. (MORE)

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Its shows possession, as opposed to "it's" which is the contraction for "it is." Examples: The dog ate its food. (The food belongs to the dog.) It's co…ld today. (It is cold today.) (MORE)

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"Their" means "belonging to them." The homophone of there/their/they're There refers to some place. Their is the possessive pronoun of them or themselves.… They're is a contraction or shortening of 'they are'. The homophone of there/their/they're There refers to some place. Their is the possessive pronoun of them or themselves. They're is a contraction or shortening of 'they are'. . Their means belonging to people or things previously mentioned or easily identified (Your parents do not look similar, except for their noses). (MORE)

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The mean is the same thing as average. To get the mean you add together all of the numbers in the set. Then, you divide by the total amount of numbers that were adde…d to get the mean/average. Example: Find the mean of 5, 4, 6, 3, and 2. 5+4=9+6=15+3=18+2=20 1 2 3 4 5 (There are a total of five numbers in the set.) 5 4 6 3 2 - Numbers of the set. 20 (Sum of all numbers in the set) Divided by: 5 (Amount of numbers in the set) equals: 4 The mean (or average) of 5, 4, 6, 3, and 2 is 4. (MORE)

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That depends on WHO is asking you this. A normal, typical, everyperson, they're just asking where you're from - like, where youactually come from. If the person looks like a g…ang member, itmeans they're assuming you to be a gang member, and they're askingwhat your gang affiliation is. If you're not a gang member, thecorrect answer is "nowhere". (MORE)

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The declarative, "you can do it" means that a person has theknowledge, skills, strenths, patience, or initiative to do orcomplete a course of action. As examples, imagine some…one cheeringyou on with "You can do it!" or "I know you can do it! in responseto you telling them you plan to do the following kinds ofactivities: .
I'm going to run the 5k marathon. .
I hope to ace my mid-term tests. .
Next week, I'm going to hike the Appalachian Trail. .
I'm going to get a college degree to become a Nurse. .
Though I'm scared, I'm going to learn deep sea diving. .
My friends and I will climb Mt. Rainer. .
I'm studying to be a doctor. .
I hope to graduate from college a year early. .
I'm applying for that job with the new company in town. (MORE)