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It is given that a,b,c are positive values. 1) show that (a+b+c)((1/a)+(1/b)+(1/c)) >= 9
2) If a+b+c=1 , show that (2-a),(2-b),(2-c) are positive
3) Using above results show that [(a/(2-a)) + (b/(2-b)) + (c/(2-c)) ] >= 3/5
I need help with 3rd part
How would make the following sentence:
“A sentence with two appositives for the same name. Make each appositive complex (each appositive must contain a subordinate clause)”
How would I make the following sentence:
“A sentence with a single complex appositive. (This is the complex part: The subordinate clause nested within your appositive must have a triple predicate with each predicate consisting of a transitive verb, a direct object, and either participial or infinitive phrases) (hint: your phrases could be the direct objects).”
Can someone help me create this sentence and explain it as well. :)
What is an example of a sentence that is “a compound, complex sentence with an appositive somewhere in the sentence and includes a resumptive modifier”? Please explain.
-Please explain what is an resumptive modifier
equation: 23-4x=-9 ——- 2
23-4x=-18 is the next step then -4x=18-23 -4x=-18-23 -4x=-41 can i get a step by step answer on how to conver this into x=41/4
What image does Shakespeare create of Macbeth BEFORE the audience first meet him in Act one Scene 3?