Asked in English Spelling and Pronunciation
What is the correct spelling for believe?
Believe is correct. Believe is correct. Believe is correct. Believe is correct. Believe is correct. Believe is correct. Believe is correct. Believe is correct. Believe is correct. Believe is correct. Believe is correct. ...
Asked in Pregnancy Tests, Walgreens
You took a pregnancy test it came out positive and went to a doctor and it came out positive and then went to another doctor and it came out negative?
Did you not believe the first two tests. A positive test is 99% likely to be correct, a negative test is 50% likely to be correct. You don't say what type of test, or at what time of day it was done. email me for more information. ...
Asked in Statue of Liberty
Where is the Statue of Liberty standing today?
Well, there are I believe 3 Statues of Liberty. And if I am correct one is the east border of the USA, the second one on the West, and I think that the last one is some where in England. Please do not take my word, but I am 80% positive that I am correct. If I am not then let some one correct me. ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic
What is the equation of 7 to the negative 2 power as a positive?
7-2 IS positive. You do not need an equation for it. And if it were not positive, no correct equation would show it to be positive. ...
Asked in Grammar, Research Papers
Ias this a correct sentence 'See the next page for more details in Adding Bullets and Numbers?
I would say " For more details regarding adding bullets and numbers, see following page." ...
Asked in Ammunition
Can you use 38special bullets with a 357 revolver?
Yes, but please use the correct term- cartridges. Not bullets. A .38 Special is basically a .357 Short, and you can safely shoot .38 Special in a .357 magnum. The opposite is NOT true. ...
Asked in Nouns
What is the correct Positive form of DOGS?
The English language does not have 'positive' nouns (dogs is a noun); the designation for 'positive' is used for adjectives. For example: Positive: nice Comparative: nicer Superlative: nicest Positive: positive Comparative: more positive Superlative: most positive ...