A dot in a problem can mean multiply. For example: 7.8=56 It also can mean the arrangement of angles about each vertex point. (Look up semiregular tessellations) It is typed like this: 188.8.131.52.4
No it does not.
The DOT form MCS-150 must be filled out in order for a business to be assigned a USDOT number. The only person who can sign the MCS-150 form is the owner or sole prioprietor of the business that is applying for the DOT number.
The division sign is simple. Draw a short line similar to a dash like this - Put a dot on top of the line and put a dot under the line. That symbol indicates division.
The dot or star is your player.
open dot means < or > but not equal to.
it is a gang sign for latin kings...
The green dot on their helmet is a sign that there is a communication system in their helmets. So the coach can talk to him. There is one player on the offense that has one, and one on defense.
The * is another way to write the times sign (x) for a multiplication problem.
The sindur means that she is married. It's a sign of her husband.
No it does not.
The sign for division is called an obelus. The obelus looks like a straight line with a dot above and below the center point. When writing a math problem in sentence form, it is best to write out the word divide.
What does it mean if your born with a dot in the middle or your eyebrows
In Britain, a single black dot is known as a "borstal dot/Mark." It signifies that the wearer has been incarcerated during youth. Originally, it was done on the side of the face, but this is increasingly rare. More often than not the dot is the sign of a criminal or gang member.
That would be: dot dot dot dash. If you mean like in the means of ..._ in Morse Code language, that would mean the letter "V".
It means to multiply. There is also a star that means to multiply too. hope this is helpfull now.
The first dot means We. The second dot means Had. The third dot means Sex. So all-together, Dot, Dot, Dot means We Had Sex