Example: height, weight, shoe size, hair length
Quantitative: relating to, measuring, or measured by the quantity of something rather than its quality
Example: height, shoes, nail length
2 - her
3 - him
4 - me
5 - his
6 - he
7 - she
8 - it
9 - his
10 - me
11 - you
12 - I
13 - her
14 - I
15 - you
(this is assuming Tom is male)
13.her/him (depends on the teachers gender)
100 POINTS! (50 split up) PL HELP!!! I REALLY NEED IT SO MUCH :( I PROMICE TO GIVE BRAINLIEST AND FIVE STARS AND A THANKS! 6TH GRADE SCIENCE! i used all my points for this!
You measure the mass of an apple using a balance. You get these three measurements:
Trial 1: 167.0 g
Trial 2: 166.9 g
Trial 3: 167.2 g
You know that the true mass of the apple is 172 g. Describe your results in terms of precision and accuracy. Explain your answer in a paragraph for the best grade.
4. D. Andy was shocked and horrified to hear the details of how Ann was killed and felt her loss more deeply.
5. C. “‘Hearing Conor,’ he said, ‘I made sounds I’ve never heard myself make. To hear that your daughter was on the floor saying ‘no’ and holding her hands up and still be shot is just — it’s just not...’ He tried to explain the horror of such knowledge, but it’s not easy.” ( Paragraph 92)
This evidence best proves the answer to question #4 and explains why #4 is correct. In option C, it specifically states Andy's reaction to Conor's account of Ann's murder. Listening to Conor tell about how Ann was on the floor and saying, "no" while she was helpless to stop him, horrified and shocked Andy. The narrator specifically says that the horror of the knowledge was hard for him to explain.
do u have a list of word to use and i can do it
hi i could do this for you i know these answers lol
i think it is d. objects resist changes in their state of motion.
pick a object ( a green notebook) and make quant...