Asked in Biology, Genetics, Journalists
If a man has a Y trait what is the probability his daughter will have the same trait?
It depends if its dominant or recessive so big Y is dominant so his daughter will have the smae trait. ...
What is a word to describe a puppy that begins with the letter Y?
A dog is like a BIG adult so its BIG, so a puppy is like a kid and a kid is YOUNG so the answer to the question is YOUNG. :) ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Algebra, Numbers
How does an expression such as -y represent a positive number?
When y itself is negative, -y becomes positive. Suppose y is -3. Then -y is -(-3) which is +3. Got it? Hope so. When y itself is negative, -y becomes positive. Suppose y is -3. Then -y is -(-3) which is +3. Got it? Hope so. When y itself is negative, -y becomes positive. Suppose y is -3. Then -y is -(-3) which is +3. Got it? Hope so. When y itself is negative, -y becomes positive. Suppose y is -3. Then -y is -(-3) which...
Asked in English Language, Word Brain Teasers
Is y a vowel in papaya?
I think that Y is always a vowel because it's sound "yuh" sounds like a consonant but when you drag it out it's just "ee-uh". The letter y just means you need to say that sound really fast so it sounds like a consonant. Still, the rule for vowels is A-E-I-O-U and sometimes Y, so I guess in this case it would be considered a consonant. In papaya though it's a constanant only because it is used as a constanant in...
Asked in Game Maker
How do you make a dress up game with game maker 7?
for a drag and drop action, there is an event called global mouse left. create an object(preferably a dress) add the event then create an action (jump to postion) give the x & y coordinates (x:mouse_x, y:mouse_y). this should make it so that you can drag and drop an item. ...
Asked in Chemistry
How does stirring affect rate of reaction?
So basically, when you stir a solution, it physically moves all of the chemicals around so the atoms of each are more evenly spread throughout the solution. imagine X represents one reactant, and Y represents the other reactant. Before stirring, they are mixed like this : X X X X X Y X Y X Y X Y Y Y Y Y After Stirring they are like this : X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y...
Is x percent of y equal to y percent of x?
Let [x percent of y] = (x/100)*y. And [y percent of x] = (y/100)*x. Use the ru So the first one (x/100)*y = y*(x /100) = y*x/100. The second one: (y/100)*x = x*(y/100) = x * y / 100, which equals y*x/100. So yes they equal the same thing, so they are equal. ...