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Kevin Stringer
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2011-09-14 01:54:15
2011-09-14 01:54:15

AD stands for "anno Domini"

BC stands for "before Christ"

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The last date of BC was 1 BC, then the first date of AD was 1 AD, there was no zero.


Okay Will AD is older than BC because AD is very old not like BC


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BC stands for Before Christ, and AD stands for Anno Domini. BC comes first than AD.


BC : before Christ AD : anno domino


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It isn't a question of closer to ad or bc, it IS bc. 3000bc would be -3000ad.


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BC is before AD (Before Christ) (After Death)


No, it's the other way around: BC then AD


Ad because bc started after


BC - Before Christ AD - Anno Domini


BC= negative number AD= Positive number


AD - Anno Domini BC - Before Christ


BC is "before Christ" and AD "anno domini"


ad=after death bc=before christ this is how i remember it


They wont. AD and BC designations are required.


AD followed BC. BC stood for Before Christ, and AD after him (Anno Domini, "year of our lord").Note that this means 1 BC was immediately followed by 1 AD, with no "zero year" between them.


BC is used to refer to dates before the birth of Jesus and AD to the dates after His birth Answer BC= Before Christ AD= Anno Domini


i do not know what Ce is but ad is after BC and the higher the number in BC the longer ago, in ad its the exact opposite. e.g. this was made in 2009 AD


BC comes first because BC means before AD and AD means After something cant really remember LOL!!


(a + b)/(a - b) = (c + d)/(c - d) cross multiply(a + b)(c - d) = (a - b)(c + d)ac - ad + bc - bd = ac + ad - bc - bd-ad + bc = -bc + ad-ad - ad = - bc - bc-2ad = -2bcad = bc that is the product of the means equals the product of the extremesa/b = b/c


BC, before Christ came before AD, anno domini



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