When king equals 4221 and queen equals 21451 then prince equals?
25672 prince u stupid idiot
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Equality in its wider sense, as in the definition of equal opportunities in the Scotland Act 1998, encompasses gender, race, disability, sexual orientation and also individuals and groups facing discrimination on the grounds of age, language or social origin, or of other personal attributes, includi…ng beliefs or opinions, such as religious belief or political opinion. Mainstreaming equality should ensure that all opportunities are genuinely available and accessible to all potential participants and that current initiatives do not have a negative impact on any disadvantaged groups. Voluntary organizations have always been in the vanguard of efforts to promote equality and human rights in Britain and throughout the world. In providing a voice to disadvantaged groups, the third sector has been responsible for major advances in policy and practice in reducing discrimination on grounds of race, gender, sexuality, religion, age and disability. However, much remains to be done in Scotland to challenge persistent discrimination and the voluntary sector can do more in this role. SCVO's Policy Committee has consistently prioritized the promotion of equality and human rights as a sector responsibility. Voluntary organizations can be large employers and service providers in their own right, and need to be supported in maintaining best practice in their operations. The implementation of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) into Scottish law represents a series of new challenges to voluntary organizations, which in European legal terms are 'public bodies' and therefore covered by the law. There is a need for information and education for public bodies of all kinds, in particular voluntary organizations, in respect of ECHR developments. This represents an area of expertise not previously provided for the sector. The Scottish Executive adopted best practice in its approach to Equality Strategy by adopting a 'mainstreaming' approach and appointing an Executive Unit to help implementation across the various policy departments of Scottish government. The advantages of such an approach - maximizing efforts to challenge aspects of discrimination regardless of form - are also being recognized in the voluntary sector. However, the benefits of maintaining distinct structures and programs of work for each area of discrimination are also valued. This calls for a coordinated but not unduly prescriptive approach to promoting equalities and implies a key role for voluntary sector infrastructure bodies. SCVO is working within its own structures and with key bodies to increase the coordination of equalities and human rights work across the Scottish voluntary sector, and in conjunction with other sectors. This website aims to give voluntary organizations the tools they need to promote equality. ( Full Answer )
One twin mattress is 39 inches wide and 75 inches long. One twin XLmattress is 39 inches wide and 80 inches long. A standard king sizemattress is 76 inches wide and 80 inches long. So technically tworegular twin mattresses don't exactly equal a king size mattressbecause they are too short by 5 inche…s. Two extra long twinmattresses make a more accurately sized king size bed. In a pinchyou could put them sideways and sleep across the king bed. ( Full Answer )
Equal is when something is equivilent to something. for example, 3+3 is equal to 3x2.. these two problems are equvilent because they both equal six.. another example is pie+pie and cake+cake because they both equal cookie!
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Yes. I'm assuming this is talking asking about boolean logic (the question makes little sense otherwise). If a and b are equal, then the complement of a and the complement of b are equal.
No because if a=4 and b=4 then a=b and not a can equal 6 and not b can equal 5 so ~a is not = to ~b
Yes. When multiplying it does not matter what order the numbers are in, it will always equal the same.
Yes. If equals are added to equals, then the results of the additions are equal.
2.33333 NO subtract 2x from both sides so that the x's are all on one side and the numbers are all on the other, you should get 3=7x. Then divide both sides by 7 to get the x by itself. 3/7= 2.333333 * * * * * The correct answer is 0.428571... The earlier answer is correct all the way to the …last step. 3/7 is not 2.33.. but 0.428571! ( Full Answer )
No. . A twin mattress measures 39" (wide) by 75" (long) . A queen mattress measures 60" by 80" . So two twin mattresses, side by side, would be 5" shorter and 18" wider than a queen mattress.
"1 equals 1" is an identity. But not sure what "1 equals 1 equals" is.
If this is an algebra problem; m is a variable. therefore: 3 * m = 9 (divide the right side by 3) m = 9/3 9/3= 3 m = 3
B = 11 - a Add 'a' to each side: B + a = 11 Subtract 'B' from each side: a = 11 - B
He was the leader of their cause, their spokesperson, the face of the Civil Rights Era. What he did is too much to describe on Wiki Answers. I recommend typing his name into Google search for more information.
operator is used to compare the references of the objects. Public bollean equals(Object o) is the method provided by the Object class. The default implementation uses operator to compare two objects. \n\n. The simple "=" sign is used for assignment - assigning a value to a variable. Here are …examples of the two:\n\n \nx = 15; // Assign the value 15 to the variable\nif (x == 10) ... // Compare variable "x" with some value\n \n ( Full Answer )
x 2 = -6x => x*x = -6x Divide both sides by x: x = -6 Check: -6*-6 = -6*-6 => 36 = 36
What he means is, that everyone is treated with respect, and the tenderness and fairness they deserve no matter what physical characteristics.
7.18 lb. One pound equals to 16 ounces and one ounce equals 0.06 of a pound. Also this relates only to solid (weight) ounces. There are two different kinds of ounces, ounces of weight/mass and ounces of volume (fluid). This can change when you are using the ounces to measure a non-liquid such as flo…ur or sugar since the weight of dry items is not the same as their volume. An ounce of volume is called a "fluid ounce." ( Full Answer )
Using only the information given in the question, there's no way we can tell, because you've told us exactly nothing whatsoever about the relationship among 'B', 'a', and 'c' .
equal of course it only depends on what you believe. if your gay or straight and if you are white and if your male and if you are rich and if you can afford to have said rights It depends on what country you are asking. In the United States for example there are forced inequalities based on gen…der or "race" to make things "fair." ( Full Answer )
he say no matter where you from what language you talk what color you we all are brother.
The answer to this question depends on what method you are supposed to use. If a, b, and c are sides of a triangle, use the Pythagorean Theorem: C^2 = A^2 + B^2, C^2 = 25+49, C^2 = 74, C = 74^1/2 (or the square root of 74). If you are following a pattern and A = 5, B = 7, then C may = 9. It all dep…ends on the context of the question. ( Full Answer )
This is only true of triangles. Rhombi and other "squashed" polygons with more than three sides show that it is not true otherwise. The two equal sides meet at an angle. It can be shown that the bisector of that angle divides the triangle into two triangles with one set of equal sides, one common …side and these sides define angles of equal measure. So by SAS, the two triangle are congruent and so the angles in question are equal. Alternatively, you could prove (as easily) that the altitude from that angle divides the original triangle into two right angled triangles with a common side and equal hypotenuses. Again congruence resulting in the equality of the angles as required. ( Full Answer )
This would only be applicable in computer programing. ' = ' is the ' assignment' operator . The term ' a=10 ' would be assigning the value '10' to the variable a. ' ' is the 'equal to' operator . The term ' a10 ' would be testing if the value of the variable. It would generally be used i…n stating a condition in an 'if', 'while' or 'for' statement. ( Full Answer )
No! A queen is only 5 longer than a full/double and 6 wider. Here are the measurements: queen: 60 x 80. full: 54 x 75.
2(Gary Oak's girth - 1/2Chuck Norris Roundhouse kick) + 3(height of the Eiffel tower - number of knees an elephant has) all of this divided by number of plastic balls in the Castle of Fun ball pit. Which, coincidently is 3.666666666...
The conversion between m,mm and dmare given .On finding the relation we get as follows . 1 m =10 dm. 1 m =100 cm. 1 m=1000 mm.
9a = 36 9a/9 = 36/9 a = 4 Explanation: To answer this equation we must get "a" all by itself on one side. "a" is an unknown variable that as far as we know right now, could be anything. "9a" really means "9 times a" (or that we have 9 "a's"). To get "a" by itself we have to divide "9a" b…y 9. This will give us "1a" which is the same as just saying "a". In algebra the equation must stay constant. Whatever you do to one side you must also do to the other. This means we must also divide 39 by 9. Our final equation will be "a = 4". There are two quick methods we can use to check our answer: 1) With algebraic expressions we can check our answers by working backwards. If we take "a = 4" and now multiply both sides by nine what do we get? Well "a" times 9 would be "9a" (as we mentioned before, "9a" really just means 9 times "a"), and 4 times 9 is 36. So again we have 9a = 36. "a" must equal 4. 2) We can also check our answer by substituting the final answer for "a" in the place of "a" in our original question and then solve it to see if it is true. So "9a = 36" becomes "9 times 4 = 36" (recall again that "9a" really just means "9 times a"). 9 times 4 is 36 so our final answer becomes "36 = 36", therefore we have the correct answer. "a" must equal 4. ( Full Answer )
a=4because to find a you have to do the opposite which would be divide and 36 divided by 9 equals 4. 4 times 9=36.
No. Twin box springs are 38 x 74 each. Regular/Eastern king mattress is 76 x 80. Two Twin extra long box springs (38 x 80 each) does equal king.
No - a Full bed is 54" wide and a Queen is 60" wide, the difference between them is only 6". In addition, twin and full beds are both 75" long, but a Queen is 80" long. HTH.
means equals (!) The reason that they use two equals signs is to distinguish it from 'assignment'. For example, if I say x = 5, then what I am saying is that I have assigned the value 5 to x. But if I say x 5, then I am asserting that x may equal 5. The result of my assertion is said to be 'tr…ue' if x is in fact 5, or 'false' otherwise. ( Full Answer )
That is the formula for calculating the area of a circle with a 10 unit radius. The answer is 314 sq units.
Verb' equalize to make equal , corresponding or matching e.g Manchester united football club equalized with Barcelona 0-0
Queen Elizabeth II is the heir to the house of Windsor, and hence inheritor of the monarchy; Prince Philip is not descended from the house of Windsor, and is not in the line of succession to the throne.
When equals are added to equals, you don't necessarily get wholes. But whatever you do get, they're equal.
-x 3 = -6 Divide both sides by -1 x 3 = 6 Cube root both sides x = 1.817120593
It simply states that the number represented by x and the number represented by y are equal. You could simply write y = x
The name of the king that decided what 1 inch was equalled to is King Ethamos. He was king of Ancient Egypt I think, you'll have to look it up but the name of the king is King Ethamos.
Apparently there is documentation that Edward II legally definedthe inch in terms of 3 barleycorns, however it was in use since1066 making it that William I may have defined it. A barleycorn is still used today as the base measure between UKshoe sizes - each size up is a barleycorn longer than the …previous. ( Full Answer )
he delivered his very famous speech:'i have a dream', he also did a march in washington with a quater of a million people black and white, he also preached to give encouragement and hope and he came up with the idea of a bus boycott all of these things were very successful:)
In order to solve for x, 7x - 12 must equal something. If 7x - 12 = 0, then x = 12/7 If that's 7 times -12, that equals -84.
a queen bed = 60 by 80 a king bed = 76 by 80 So the width is the same so two queen beds do not equal 1 king bed, they would be much bigger
A regular polygon or a regular polyhedron - depending on whether it is a 2-dimensional or 3-d object..
It would be left to the reigning monarch to decide. It is highly likely that she will not become Queen.
He believed that equality would give the people equal rights, equal opportunities, equal education facilities.
Just SO many things. But his main method for allowing equal rights was the use of nonviolent protests, despite the fact that the authorities (who were unfortunately all racist) used violence to break up the protesters' groups. In the end, though, the nonviolent protesting worked. Though unfortunatel…y, because of some really bad man, Mr. King didn't live to see the freedom for all come through. ( Full Answer )
12 in = 1 ft 24 in = 2 ft 36 in = 3 ft 48 in = 4 ft 60 in = 5 ft
For this to make sense, 10a - 6 must equal something. If 10a - 6 = 0, then a = 3/5 If 10a - 6 = 4, then a = 1
912 = 1 x 912, 2 x 456, 3 x 304, 4 x 228, 6 x 152, 8 x 114, 12 x76, 16 x 57, 19 x 48, 24 x 38.