Q: A question is one in which no answer is expected.?

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A residual is defined in the context of some "expected" value. There is no information in the question regarding expected values.

A very confusing question. I suggest that the answer is a derivative.But I would have expected that someone old enough to be studying differential calculus could string together a proper question!A very confusing question. I suggest that the answer is a derivative.But I would have expected that someone old enough to be studying differential calculus could string together a proper question!A very confusing question. I suggest that the answer is a derivative.But I would have expected that someone old enough to be studying differential calculus could string together a proper question!A very confusing question. I suggest that the answer is a derivative.But I would have expected that someone old enough to be studying differential calculus could string together a proper question!

You need to know the probability of the event in question. Then the expected frequency for that event occurring is that probability times the number of times the experiment was repeated.

How many usually starts a question where you are expected to provide a total.

A valid question is one that: a) has relevance and some degree of connectivity to the topic b) is logicall consistent (ie should have only one unambiguouis interpretation). c) can be expected to have an answer that is realistic (ie. is known or can be known, eg with further research) d) may have multiple answers but these should be testable (ie. evidence based). Multiple answers will probably result from imprecision in defining the question. Eg. different people may have different answers to the swame question if they have different experiences and different points of view.

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In which no answer is expected.

rhetorical

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A rhetorical question

A rhetorical question is a figure of speech in the form of a question that is used to make a point. A rhetorical question is usually asked for effect with no answer expected.

A rhetorical question

They will lie. They will say what ever is best for THEM.

No. A rhetorical question is asked only for effect and no answer is expected.

Hypophora: Unlike a Rhetorical Question, where no answer is expected, a hypophora is a question that must be answered.

They would most likely be expected to mate/reproduce. Or am i getting your question wrong?

A residual is defined in the context of some "expected" value. There is no information in the question regarding expected values.

you would put down discuss.