How does Bernoulli principle of different wind speeds provide lift? how does the angle of attack provide lift?what are the control surfaces that a pilot can use to provide additional lift?
HELP! STAT REVIEW QUESTIONS
1) Forty percent of the english students at Parkway High school had Dr.Mima for history, and the rest had Dr. P. Thirty percent of Dr.Mima's students earn an A in probability, while only ten...
Riddle answers please!!
i have multiple meanings but I am mostly known as a phenomenon that has various different titles. If you're at the right place and right time, you might be able to see me but be sure to stay...
Can I end an "est-ce que" question with "est'?
Is the following allowed?> Où est-ce que ma chaise est?I know other ways to say this, that I know to be correct, are "Où est ma chaise?" or "Ma chaise est où?".But "Où est-ce que ma chaise est?"...
Question or statement?
Suppose there is very cold weather of zero temperature. Someone might say "How cold is that" (usually with uptalk inflection).
I think they mean "How cold that is".
Really it sounds like a...
Numerals: how to read and understand?
Please, help me to puzzle it out:)I've read the sentense in the text about school:"There are about one 600 pupils". The author writes how large the school is.I understand the meaning of the phrase,...
On the 100th anniversary of the first anime 東京国立近代美術館フィルムセンター said:
> ??? We want you think about how these anime will be here 100 years from...
How very dare you!?
The phrase: > *How very dare you!* ... was originally used by English comedian and actor Frankie Howard, but has since found fame in the UK through the Catherine Tate show. 1. In this sentence,...
Meaning of のだろう?
I'm not sure when should I use particle の in front of だろう/でしょう?
Is のだろう used when the speaker wonders about something to himself?
For example, what would be the translation of these...
Should we use the second "tu" in Québec?
Quebecers often add something like a second “*tu*” when asking a question. For example:> T'as tu un crayon ?I just don't know how to use it, like in what kind of expressions/sentences/questions?...
Position of prepositions in questions and clauses?
I would like to know if there is any rule to know where prepositions should be placed in questions or clauses. For example, I have heard many sentences and some of them put the preposition in the...
Problem in formulating question?
Consider this scenario..*.Sam ate 4 cookies*. Now if someone asks Sam *How many you had*, then Sam will reply 4. But how should the question be formed so that the answer Sam gives will be 4th...
Is "That is so cheap!?" an exclamative?
Is the line > That is so cheap! an exclamative? I've researched exclamatives and found that these usually begin with "what" or "how". However, I know it's definitely not a declarative sentence...
Word bank Independent, dependent, consistent, inconsistent, One, two, zero, infinite, slope, Y intercept, X interceptIf a system of liner equation shows two parallel lines then we say the system...