to determine the parts of a problem and how they relate to each other
The homophones are "cereal" (the breakfast food) and "serial" (the story published in parts).
Homophonic music is characterized by the movement of accompanying parts in the same rhythm as the melody.
What are the parts of a research problem
The answers vary on this but it can be: Title Problem Statement Hypothesis Materials Procedure Data/Results Conclusion Research/Abstract/Bibliography
In math? If so it matters on the kind of problem theres add, minus, multipy, and divide To the add problem the parts are adden + adden = sum To the minus problem the parts are minuan - subrahend = difference to the multiply problem the parts are multiplycand * multiplyer = product To the divide problem the parts are divisor / dividen = quoshont My spelling is bad sorry but im not even a teen so give me a break.
hardware problem hardware problem
Yes in some parts of the world it is a big problem
Yes. New parts can be defective from the factory. But if changing the relay a second time does not correct the problem, the problem probably isn't the part. There may be something wrong with the wiring.
The two homophones (sound-alike words) are: HAVING - (verb to have) possessing HALVING - (verb to halve, to cut in half) dividing into two equal parts
one of the answers is Torah