Q: How is money defined both conceptually and in practice?

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"parallelogram"

Because a fraction is defined by both, the numerator and the denominator.

They are both money/cash :P and they are both made of metals and they are small

Yes. Both are defined on all points other than odd multiples of 90 degrees.

The range of a function is the set of values of the dependent variable (y) for which the function is defined.

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A teenager can use a budget both for saving and spending. A teenager can practice saving money and also budgeting to be able to purchase wants.

If there is inaccurate medical billing information in a claim then there could be a reimbersment could be made at a reduced rate or the reimbersment could be denied. Both of these would reflect badly on the practice and loose the practice money.

Both.

When it is defined between the both of you.

"Practise "is" a verb" - how I remember it.In U.S. English, practice is both the noun and the verb.

You can go on your local DMV site to find a practice test that consists of both laws and signs. The other sites that are a full practice test cost money. You can also go on YouTube and find a few videos on the permit test as well.

If there is inaccurate medical billing information in a claim then there could be a reimbersment could be made at a reduced rate or the reimbersment could be denied. Both of these would reflect badly on the practice and loose the practice money.

lawyer or attorney- synonym- both practice law

You need to have both of these in order to be successful. You can practice grammar by writing out essays. With communicative you can practice giving speeches.

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