Use an exclamation point when the sentence has a lot of emotion. Look out! Use the punctuation properly! Your teacher is right behind you! Most sentences with exclamation points are short an exciting.
There is an exclamation point on both ends of hasta pronto.
You're on the right track. If you type '!' into the answer, it says 'Don't forget the title!'. The title says 'Math Symbol'. An exclamation mark in mathematics is called a 'factorial'. Thus, the answer is 'factorial'. :P
If it's part of the quote then it goes within the quote. If it's not part of the quote it either goes right behind the quotation mark or behind the thing that leads out of the quotation. e.g. "where does the exclamation point go after a quote?" was what had been asked. or it was asked by someone on the internet: "where does the exclamation point go after a quote?".
A power or exponent.
It is the power, index or exponent.
number on the top right of element symbol that is its mass number
The decimal point is important, when dealing with money, because it differentiates $500 from $5.00. After the decimal point there will be two digits, these two digits are the number of cents (in America). The number in front of the decimal point is the number of dollars. It is very important that you put the decimal point in the right spot especially when writing checks.
The greater than or equal to symbol is put between two numbers, where the number on the left of the symbol is "greater than or equal to" the number on the right. That just means the number to the left is either bigger than the number on the right or it's equal to, or the same as, the number to the right. This is mostly used when you don't know exactly what the number on the left is, but you know it's larger or equal to the number on the left.
Rock on! Really?!? Right on! Right now!
the spinning circle to the right if the msg in the conversation window indicates that the msg has not been delivered YET, but Skype will continue trying the red exclamation point indicates that msg delivery has failed
No, the exclamation mark should come right after the word like so: Stop!
a is a number with one or more digits to the right of a decimal point.
The astrological symbol for Jupiter is more like a 2 morphing into a 4. If that's the symbol you're thinking of then you're right.
Move the decimal point one place to the right. If the decimal point is already at the end of the number, add a 0 to the extreme right before moving the decimal point.
A subscript is a number written below and to the right of a chemical symbol in a formula and a coefficient is a number that is placed in front of a chemical symbol or formula
the atomic mass number
It means that the number or expression on the left of the symbol is less that the value or expression to the right, or that they are equal.
The names for the keyboard symbols that share the number row on keyboards: accent / tilde ("TILL-dee") 1 / exclamation point ("ex-clah-MAY-shun") 2 / "At" symbol 3 / Pound sign 4 / Dollar Sign 5 / Percent symbol 6 / Caret ("carrot") aka carat 7/ Ampersand ("AMM-pur-sand") 8 / Asterisk ("ASS-tur-isk", or more commonly "ASS-tur-ik") 9 / Parenthesis meaning "Open Parentheses" 10 / Parenthesis meaning "Close Parentheses" - / _ Hyphen / Underline = / + Equal sign / Plus Sign
Move the decimal point two places to the right and append a percentage symbol.
i had the same question on my science homework!