If that denominator is x + 2, a value of -2 for x would not make sense as division by zero is undefined.
The question does not make sense because there is no x in "l m".
That dont make any sense
You will have to rephrase the question. It does not make sense.
If there was no 'a' the expression would make no sense. 'in million years' does not make sense.
No. it would not make sense
No, that would make no sense. The girl would be better travelling to the past to change her future.
No, the sentence the plumber quickly appoint does not make sense. It would make sense if read as the plumber quickly appoints.
It would make more sense if was just : "Feel free to do as you please".
This question doesn't make sense. If you re-post a question that does make sense I would love to answer it. -Giovanna.
Question doesnt make a lot of sense. Is this a Stevens 235 double-barrel shotgun? If so, value will be $250 or less.
eating it would make sense
No, structure is not an element. That would make no sense...
Sorry but your question doesn't make sense.
no, it would be I felt ashamed.
If you are writing a poem and trying to rhyme 'make sense' with something then it would be perfectly fine to just use rhyme for 'sense'. here are some examples:hencepencedenseagainstdefensefencetenserentsgentsdentsSpenseKent'stentsdispensewhenceventscents
Which sentence, if inserted in the blank space, would make the best sense in the context of the passage
Say what you want to type and if it doesn't make sense it needs to be rephrased. Saying "It don't make sense" isn't correct. "don't" means "do not" so it would sound like "It do not make sense". Saying "It doesn't (does not) make sense" sounds better and is correct.
1 cent. It's plated. If you think about it for, oh, a second or two, would it make sense for the Mint to make pennies out of gold that would be worth $50 or $60, then put them out in change for a penny?
This will probably seem like the most screwed up answer ever, but I thought of it when I read your question. Yes, that question does make sense, because, if you were to take away all the words (excluding make and sense); you would have 'make sense'. There for, it does make sense. (: A better answer, though, is that it might make sense if you place before another question; though alone, it is a proper sentence; yet it is not comprehensive.
Your equation doesn't make any sense. Try again.
Actually, it does! If you don't make sense, people... won't understand you! So, it does make a BUNCH of sense to make sense, LOL! (Do not, ever, ask a question like this! It seriously makes NO sense!)