Q: What does 4 P in a Q stand for?

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4(p + q), or 4p + 4q

It is: 4*(q+p)

Economics: P= Price and Q = Quantity Demanded.

The "p" in "p's and q's" is believed to stand for "pints" and "q" for "quarts," referring to minding one's manners or being polite and well-behaved.

1)p->q 2)not p or q 3)p 4)not p and p or q 5)contrudiction or q 6)q

Well, they stand for nothing. They're just a metaphor.

When: p=12 and q=3 Then when: p=76 and so q=19 Because: 12/3=4 and 76/19=4

Barkeepers used to keep track of what a drinker consumed by pints and quarts thus the p and q. Mind your p's and q's simply meant drink only what you paid for.

(p+150) + q = 1000 p+q= 1000-150 =850 Value of q is 425 and value of p 425 plus 150 ie. 575

Be on your best behaviour; be careful of your language

Be on your best behaviour; be careful of your language

A rational number is any number of the form p/q where p and q are integers and q is not zero. If p and q are co=prime, then p/q will be rational but will not be an integer.