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### What is the female equivalent of master?

A female master is a mistress

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A female master is a mistress

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Half the product of the lengths of its diagonals. A=1/2(d1*d2)

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The female form of master is mistress.

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Area

Multiply half of the sum of the lengths of the top and bottom by half of the sum of the lengths of both sides

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35.2 lengths of a 25 yd. pool is 880 yds or half a mile.

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Secretariat

Two and a half lengths, over Sham.

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Probability

there are half the chance of a female and half the chance of male so probabilty in both cases is 1/2

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Master is strictly male, Mistress Miss, Mrs. is female.

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Population

Because when they did an experiment it is 1 in 2 chances it will be a boy or 1 in 2 it will be a girl.

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32 lengths of a standard training pool 25m

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A master is a male, a mistress is a female.

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A female master sergeant is a military rank that is held by a women. There have only been a few female master sergeants in the past but more women have starting holding the rank in recent years.

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Word Games

mistress

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Mistress

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Word Games

mistress

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Masteress

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In 1960, Chief Master Sgt. Grace Peterson became the first female chief master sergeant

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The diagonals of a rhombus bisect one another at right angles. So you can use Pythagoras on half the lengths of the diagonals. If the two diagonals ore of lengths a and b, then side2 = (a/2)2 + (b/2)2 or… Full Answer

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1 mile = 5,280 feet 1/2 mile = (5,280 / 2) = 2,640 feet # of lengths in a 32-ft pool = (2,640 / 32) = 82.5 lengths = 41.25 round-trips

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A male; a female would be called a mistress.

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Assuming 2, 8, and 8.5 are the lengths of the sides, the area is 7.929 cm^2. Using Heron's formula, A = sqrt(s * (s-a) * (s-b) * (s-c)) where a, b, and c are the lengths of the sides and… Full Answer

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There are many lengths, not all are the same. Some are a half mile, one mile and some are 2 miles.

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Different bats have different lengths. I have 2 bats, and one is about half a foot longer than the other.

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a mistress.

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16 Laps (down and back) = 1 mile 32 Lengths ( 32 lengths X 25 meters/length = 800meters = 1/2 mile)

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18

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Two and a half

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Area: Find some of the lengths, then cut the L in half and work it out from there. Perimeter: Add all the lengths together.

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Worms

no, but all worms have male and female organs