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It doesn't work. It just lazes around all day.

Curse that Grid System! It never works for maths...

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National grid is nothing but a net work (power system) of many different generation points across a region / country to feed to different end user points.

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chance

Is grid of columns ,rows and cells

Maths is related to the social work field by using it everyday. Maths are a daily thing used on the social work field. On the social work field, people buy and sell, they look at the prices everywhere, they see how much they will win, and what's there profit compared to different things. All these stuff used by the people in the social work field are MATHS!

Usually when you are predicting what your opponent will do next or are trying to work out a reliable strategy to win the game. Usually maths has nothing to do with maths games though. Usually when you are predicting what your opponent will do next or are trying to work out a reliable strategy to win the game. Usually maths has nothing to do with maths games though.

by the calculater

You cannot work out pheta until it is defined.

A computer screen is a grid work of small dots of light called a bitmap graphic. This is how computer monitors and televisions work.

Physics requires maths, to work out the force of something. and for example if you have the time it takes an item to arrive as well as the distance you can work out the speed

They have to use maths to work out how much of a certain ingredient they need for a recipe.

creative

by doing math

Use a calculator. der!

maths

A calculator

You work hard.

you work for it

it means that the computer is the machine which can work fastly and maths is the normal subject which we study

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He had a wire grid standing in front of him, and a similar grid drawn on a paper. Looking at the subject thruogh the grid, he saw one part of the subject through each square of the grid. He then drew in each square on the paper exactly what he saw through each square of the wire grid.

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ask your maths teacher

It depends onhow good you are at maths,how much you are prepared to work, andwhether you are in class 8 or class 10!