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Y-57= -40 , 7=w+9.3 , a+15=15?

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  • Y-57= -40 , 7=w+9.3 , a+15=15?


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Answer #1 | 26/08 2015 00:00
Well, no answer from a 125,000+ answerer ... ?
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Answer #2 | 25/08 2015 00:03
A PDF is an image file format usually employed in transferring files from one user to another.
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Answer #3 | 24/08 2015 17:03
A PDF is an image file format usually employed in transferring files from one user to another.
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Answer #4 | 24/08 2015 23:01
A "fragment" is one of two things. One possibility is that it is missing a subject or verb. An example of this kind of fragment is "Met her at the train station." (WHO met her? You? Her best friend? A flying monkey?) We sometimes use this kind of fragment in informal writing because we're too lazy to write out the subject. Someone might drop you a handwritten note, for example, which says, "I didn't wait for her at home. Met her at the train station." The second part is a fragment, and should not be used in formal writing. The other kind of "fragment" is a group of words that gives a reason or time, but is capitalized and punctuated as if it were a whole sentence. An example of this is "Because it tasted terrible." The idea is incomplete. It's a reason, but a reason FOR WHAT? What action resulted? The correct form is "Because it tasted terrible, he spit it out." Your example doesn't fit either of those categories. It isn't a "time" or "reason" idea, and it has both a subject ("We") and a verb ("watched"). Therefore, it is not a fragment.
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Answer #5 | 25/08 2015 17:00
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Answer #6 | 11/11 2016 07:58
Is This A Fragment
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Answer #7 | 24/08 2015 17:03
It's a complete sentence. If someone asked, "What did you do during the dance recital?", you could answer, "We watched quietly."
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