Hello was actually borrowed by the English in the middle ages from the french ho la. It was used as a shout or call and indicated pay attention to me. The word was changed by the English again and again in the 1500s and 1600s to eventually a call of hulloo
or haloo. Then a gradual English...
My opinion is that if you asked the question in the fist place, you already show a great deal of intelligence. Geniuses are usually those who refer to themselves as such.
Remember this is coming from the Onion, satirical in everything. Assume by your question, you need techniques the article uses, rather than critiquing the article itself. Remember that satire often uses real entities (in this case, American Airlines);
and uses a real life...
Unless there is a typo here, you have a trick question. Note you have plus and minus signs until the zero. There appears to be a multiplication sign in front of the zero. If that's correct, the answer is zero as you just multiplied the entire problem
To answer percentage question, just divide the smaller number (in this case 77) by the larger number (110) and you'll get a decimal answer. In your case 77 divided by 110 = 70%
One final point. Wikipedia sources, word for word, sound canned, as if someone else obviously wrote them. Your teacher, professor, (whatever) will most likely read your response and react negatively to it.
If the sentence were: "My love of beauty is part of who I am," you would not need to capitalize. Only capitalize if you are referring to a title. I'm assuming that from your question, this is coming from the title of a poem. If that's true, titles are
A complete sentence need not be complicated. You need to start with a subject; that is what are you writing about, followed usually by a verb and then a finish. An example could be " I went yesterday to the store." A "fragmented," or incomplete sentence
might read " Went yesterday to the store...
A citation is usually written with quotation marks. If you are citing from a book or magazine, usual practice is to italicize and underline the book, then add page numbers, author in parenthesis following your cite. Hope this helps.