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In that case I am posting the passage here: â€œ. . . These laws are universal in their application, regardless of cul - tural beliefs, geography, or climate. If pots have no bottoms or have large openings in their sides, they could hardly be considered containers in any traditional sense. Since the ...
Since the laws of physics, not some arbitrary decision, have determined the general form of
applied-art objects, they follow basic patterns, so much so that functional forms can vary
only within certain limits.
What does the word 'they' refer to?
Hi Mitch, I am just wondering why didn't you take incandescent bulb as x and florescent as y??
Why did you florescent to be 100-x?
Also, why don't we get the correct answer by equating these two equations:
Say, incan =x
and Floro =y
ad total bulbs be 100.
Between 1990 and 2000 the global economy grew more than it did during the 10,000 years from the beginning of agriculture to 1950. B. Between 1990 and 2000 the global economy grew more than that during 10,000 years, from when agriculture began C. The growth of the global economy between 1990 and 2000...
Many United States companies believe that the rising cost of employees' health care benefits has hurt the country's competitive position in the global market by raising production costs and thus increasing the prices of exported and domestically sold goods. As a result, these companies have shifted ...
Hi, Ron. I have a question regarding this SC from Kaplan CAT. The correct answer as indicated does not contain a past perfect tense for the previous action i.e.,'Because the percentage of 12- to 17 year- olds who reported using marijuana within the last month increased some 4 percent from 1990 to 19...
First off, I'd like to say that I'm not crazy about this sentence at all. That said, usually "if" is best left for statements emphasizing options available. In this case, obviously the farmers will want to control the pests, so there is no need to use "if" . Then again, I wouldn't consider it wrong...