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  1. I would have to pick 1 . I like Miz a lot more than any other heels. I do not...money, etc. I find it boring and wish that they would stop trying to recreate William Regals version of a heel. I like Orton...

    13 Answers · Sports · 02/03/2011

  2. ...from here. You should then be able to add up the four cases to get your result. Last, but certainly not least, problem D) Include all 1 | n and then exclude all 3*5*7*11 | n. Simple. =) Good...

    2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 14/12/2009

  3. ..." function altogether. This wouldn't be a problem if you move the 1 to 10000 loop (the outer one) to the "main" function. From there you call "...

    1 Answers · Computers & Internet · 17/02/2012

  4. ...have to be removed. Each 10000 is 10% of the total so we remove 20% of the numbers ... down to 8000. Now with the stuff left we...1600..etc , do that for the 10's and 1 's and you end up with 4096...

    6 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 25/03/2016

  5. ... that, you need a loop that will run as long as n does not equal 1 . Inside the loop you need a selection statement (e.g. "if"). Use n mod 2 to determine whether n is even or odd. After the selection statement but before...

    1 Answers · Computers & Internet · 06/11/2010

  6. ... do the photons get scattered? For the answer to that, you will need to study quantum mechanics.

    3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 30/04/2011

  7. ... like you're trying to solve a future value or interest problem... on the exponent: FV = 10,000 * ( 1 +.06/12)^(10*12) FV = 10,000 * ( 1 ...: http://www.google.com/search?q= 10000 %281%2B.06%2F12%29^10*12...

    1 Answers · Education & Reference · 12/04/2011

  8. 1 /4 as a power means to take the 4th root. the 4th root of 10000 is 10 because 10^4 = 10000 . 10000 ^(- 1 /4) = 1 /10 or 0. 1 that's it! ;)

    2 Answers · Education & Reference · 25/09/2013

  9. 10000 = 10^4; ( 10000 )^ 1 /2 = (10^4)^ 1 /2 = 10^(4 X 1 /2) = 10^(2) = 10^2 = 100,

    4 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 20/01/2011

  10. HUH???? Not sure about the second part. Loop from A-Z, assuming capital letters, just add 1 to the ascii 65, allowing i to start at 65.

    4 Answers · Computers & Internet · 20/09/2007

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