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give a condition on n that is sufficient but not necessary for n/3 belonging to Z.
give a condition on n that is necessary but not sufficient for n/3 belonging to Z
Hello there! I'm currently preparing to take some tests required by some American universities for admittance, one of them being on English literature. I'm in real need of help preparing for this test. The official name is SAT II Literature (or SAT subject test Literature) It differs quite a lot from the UK format. This test is all multiple choice and analysis of theme, diction, form, overall meaning, meaning of words in context, tone and etc of "surprise" texts must all be done in a 60-minute time limit. There is a range of 6-8 texts to be analysed. I would really appreciate anyone who thinks they may be able to help with that. A lot of the texts are Poetry - and in special Renaissance poetry - which I do struggle with as it takes me quite some time to understand the actual meaning of the texts. I also get quite caught up in "enjoying" the text rather than critically analysing it as i read :|
Thank you in advance for your help :)
What is the solid part of earth called? I am having difficulties trying to find an answer to this question that makes sense.
discuss the leaf modifications of poison ivy and squash plants that are designed to prevent organisms from touching or eating their leaves
Hi, I am looking for help better understanding fluid dynamics, especially around Bernoullis formula