Q: Does equal become equalling or equaling?

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Such that, rounded to three decimal places, sqrt(8.99) is equal to 2.998, sqrt(-8.99) is equal to 2.998i, i equalling the square root of minus 1.

5280 ft is the same as 1 mile. The unit of length equal to 5280 ft is one mile.

Two numbers multiplied equaling 14 is 2 and 7.

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89 x 90 = 8010 which are two consecutive two digit numbers that equal 8010.

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Equalling for work input - now that's a fine idea

No. By that unsound logic 1 would also equal 3 and indeed every other number up to infinity. "Nearly equalling" is not the same as equalling and therefore this does not work.

Such that, rounded to three decimal places, sqrt(8.99) is equal to 2.998, sqrt(-8.99) is equal to 2.998i, i equalling the square root of minus 1.

because E=Mc with E equaling enthusiasm, and c equalling care about this question. as enthusiasm goes to zero, care equals 0. square this quotient by M, and you see just how many f*cks i give about this question

3 quarters equalling .75 3 dimes equalling .30 1 nickel equalling .5 10 pennies equalling .10 This makes for a total of 17 coins adding up to $1.20 in value.

If a circle (equalling 360 degrees) is cut into four pieces, then rearranged a bit, it will become to look like one quadrangle or another. That is why a quadrangle, no matter HOW messed up, will still equal 360 degrees when its angles are added up.

think of each cherrie equaling 1 ounce then you can do the math from there

There are two ways to maintain free energy from equalling to zero. First the products of one reaction become reactants of the next. Secondly since the cell is compartmentalized therefore opposite reactions can occur at the same time in different places.

That is the correct spelling of "equal" (the same, equivalent).

The Afghani with 100 puls equalling 1 Afghani and 20 Afghani equalling one Amani.

Two numbers multiplied equaling 14 is 2 and 7.

5280 ft is the same as 1 mile. The unit of length equal to 5280 ft is one mile.