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Showing 1 2 4 mean in dubb language?
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What does it mean when you view friends on Facebook and it says 1 of 2 and only shows 1?
Asked in Math and Arithmetic
What are three statements showing what the fraction two thirds mean?
What do you mean by occupancy discrepancy?
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Statistics, Probability
When tossing 5 coins simultaneously can you find the probability that at least 1 head is showing?
Asked in Astronomy
What are all of the moon phases and what they look like?
New Moon -All dark, no moon showing Waxing Crescent -1/4 of the right side of the moon is showing First Quarter -1/2 of the right side of the moon is showing Waxing Gibbous -3/4 of the right side of the moon is showing Full -all the the moon is showing Waning Gibbous -3/4 of the left side of the moon is showing Third Quarter -1/2 of the left side of the moon is showing Waning Crescent -1/4 of the left side of the moon is showing
Asked in History of China, English to Chinese
What does Chinese mean?
Asked in Massachusetts
What does Massachusetts mean and form what language does it come from?
Asked in Probability
What is the theoretical probability of the cube showing 1?
Asked in Fortunetelling, Signs and Omens, Numerology
What does the number 10 mean in numerology?
Asked in Movie Ratings
What are the ratings and certificates for Bewitched - 1964 Your Witch Is Showing 1-20?
Asked in German Language and Culture
What is the difference between deutsch language and German language?
Answer 1: There isn't any difference, "German" being the translation of "deutsch". Perhaps you mean Dutch, which is another language. It is related, but there are many differences.Answer 2: In case you actually mean Dutch, it's the language spoken in the Netherlands (Holland) and it's a close language to German and English (kind of in the middle of the two). It's said that the word "Dutch" comes from a corruption of the word "Deutsch", which means german, nowadays Dutch means something from the Netherlands (including the language).