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 4 times as many or 4 times more? 2009-02-02 From Jackie:Given : Here are 3 squares and 4 sets of 3 circles. I wonder it is right to write in the below manner to represent the following Conclusion that can be made from the above given information: There are 4 times as many circles as there are squares, There are 4 times fewer square than circles; There are 4 times more circles than squares. ... JackieAnswered by Robert Dawson. Percent or percentage 2005-11-03 From Kenneth:Which word should be used in the following? Change a (percent or percentage) to a decimal. Should the word percent be used only when a number precedes it as in 45 percent? Answered by Harley Weston and Chris Fisher. English 2004-05-27 From Chang:well my question is i was told by most of the teachers that ''think in english'' is the best way to learn english but how can i do like that do i need to know about the stucture first or do i need to learn the western culture ? here is a sentence i have translate directly from my mother language.'' i was given an admiration of sincerity from this client on the follow up action i have done in the complaint.Answered by Claude Tardif. Can a square be considered a rectangle? 2003-02-27 From Carla: Can a square be considered a rectangle? (since opposite sides are same length and parallel) Would a regular hexagon or octagon be considered a parallelogram since its opposite sides are parallel? or does a parallelogram HAVE to have only 4 sides? Answered by Penny Nom. Cognitive development as related to learning mathematics 1999-08-04 From Chris Ahlman:I am doing an independent study for my Math theory course at Evergreen State College, WA. I am looking into teaching Math to elementary students "as a language". I need information on cognitive development to tie to this idea of language development. I only know of Piaget. There must be others who are more recent. Can you help? Answered by Walter Whiteley. Pronunciation 1996-03-05 From Todd Stienhauser:Is 123.4 pronounced "one hundred and twenty three and four tenths"or "one hundred twenty three and four tenths"?Answered by Penny Nom.

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