these two questions should be answered differently because the one problem has numbers in the other problem this one does not include numbers....so i think that these 2 questions should be answered differenetly.....
to test the product
There are MANY questions out there on this website, it takes time for MANY of them to be answered, you're not the only one who has this problem like some. I would if it has not been answered, send it to someone or find the closest relevant answer and use that as a base and wait a little longer before YOUR question is answered.
It depends on what your problem is. You have to be more specific in order for your question to be fully answered.
80/x = 0.76 80/.76 = x x = 105 questions
Need to identify the specific problem before this question can be answered.
Aardvark is great for getting fast answers to questions. Questions answered on Aardvark are usually answered in a few minutes - and you are notified immediately when Aardvark finds an answer. The only problem is that difficult questions asked on Aarvark may not be answered at all, but the same is true for almost any Q&A site.
there are many ways to set up an algebra problem be more specific
There were 60 questions on the test. In order to solve this problem, set up the equation 42 = .70 * X, where X is the number of questions on the test. This essentially tells you 70% of what number (X) is 42. Divide 42 by .70 and you will get an answer of 60.
Could you rephrase and resubmit your question. This cannot be answered the way it is written. Please be specific. This way you get the best answer possible.
Questions similar to this have been previously answered. The problem is it cannot be answered. All that can be offered is an explanation: The secret, world controlling group gullibly referred to as the Illuminati does not exist. It was made up for God knows what reasons. This does not change the fact that it is fiction, the stuff of stories. Because the Illuminati does not exist, it only follows that no rap artists are members of the "cult."
Ask open-ended questions to narrow the scope of the problem