46 (2n : 46), is the number r of chromosomes in tr daughter cells if the chromosomes in the original parent cell did not duplicate

You would install any of a number of duplicate file finder utilities.

You can call the insurance company and provide your policy number, and they can provide any details on your policy, or send a duplicate policy if the original was lost.

they duplicate

If you bring the vin number and ID to a Toyota dealer ship they can duplicate the key.

Sure, there is nothing wrong with that.

first you have to block the ATM card by calling to sbi tollfree number after blocked the ATM they will provide you a no that is called token number with that number you have to visit your home branch and apply for duplicate ATM card penality for duplicate ATM is Rs.200/- B.Anil kumar Dy.MAnager SBI

If I remember correctly, the standard is five spaces for indention. The original writer was correct it is five.

Cousins are relatives who are descended from the sibling of one of your ancestors. A simple cousin (first cousin, second cousin, etc) is one who is as many generations removed from your ancestor's sibling as you are from your ancestor. If you and a cousin are a different number of generations for that ancestor and sibling, then the number of generations different is the number of removes you are. So the child of your cousin is the same kind of cousin but once removed. The grandchild is twice removed, etc.

yes....a GUID (globally unique identifier), a 128-bit number that ensures that no two objects have duplicate names.

It means that it is a duplicate serial number

Visit http://cbse.nic.in/faq/dup.htm , it has all the formalities required!!!

If u were her cousin u wouldve already know her number so keep dreamig

It is the square of the original number. If the original number represents a length, then the square of the original number represents an area of a square with side equal to the original number.

You can peruse the related link below which has number of ideas but remember your project must be original .

First you subtract the new number from the original number then divide it by the original number and multiply that by 100 original-new __________*100 original

Once the original title is lost, you can not get an original title. However, you can always obtain a duplicate title from any state. All that is needed is the VIN number, and the driver's license of the owner the car is titled in. If there is more than one owner, all owners need to be there. If a car dealer is getting the duplicate title for you, a power of attorney must be filed out and notarized. All paperwork must be submitted to the state's department of motor vehicles. There is a fee for this service in every state, and will vary depending on the state. The length of time it will take the DMV to produce a duplicate title is dependant on the state as well.

Your grandmother's second cousin is also your second cousin, but twice removed. The twice removed means the number of generations between you. Your mother's first cousin is your first cousin once removed. If your mother's first cousin has children, they are your second cousins.

Your dad's first cousin is your first cousin once removed. Your dad's first cousin's children are your second cousins. Your dad's second cousin is your second cousin, once removed. Your dad's second cousin's children are your third cousins.

So, 49 is .35 of the original number. That means 49 is 35/100ths of the original number. Divide 49 by 35- that gets you 1/100th of the original number. Take THAT number, multiply by 100, and you have the original number.

If You are really his cousin youll contact his brothers or ask him for it the internet is not gonna give you it this shows you are not his cousin

The easiest way is to multiply the original number by 1.08. Otherwise, multiply the original number by .08 and add the resulting number to the original number.

The 13 stripes on the USA flag represent the 13 original colonies. There were at one time also 13 stars, but as the number of states grew, so did the stars. The number of stripes has always remained the same to remember the original 13.

The original number is the only one.

Write it backwards, and compare with the original number. If they are equal, the number is a palindrome.Write it backwards, and compare with the original number. If they are equal, the number is a palindrome.Write it backwards, and compare with the original number. If they are equal, the number is a palindrome.Write it backwards, and compare with the original number. If they are equal, the number is a palindrome.