Q: What gets larger when one thinks harder?

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Neither is larger.

One third is larger = 0.33333

As a cell becomes larger the surface area to volume ratio gets smaller. The volume increases by the square of the surface area. That is the main reason that one celled organisms are small.

one third is larger than one fifth

The answer will depend on a larger WHAT!

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She is worried that they will give her the first ever zero in 75 years!! She thinks that if she gets a zero that it will be the end, no one will sponsor her and she will surely die in the arena with no sponsors!\ Hope this helps:)

You can't it is one of those games that never ends it just keeps on going and gets harder and harder.

You can't it is one of those games that never ends it just keeps on going and gets harder and harder.

flick it with your index finger until it shrinks

In a swarm it gets harder for a predatory bird to focus on one single target.

Rub them together and see which one gets scratched.

yes, when a snail gets to large for its shell it disposes of it and finds a larger one.

Because someone with power or a LOUD voice gets offended, and thinks they know what's best for every one else.

It would be the one farthest away because gravity tries pulling it harder and harder into an orbit so it goes much faster than the one inside.

There is nothing in the definition of "asymptote" that forbids a graph to cross its asymptote. The only requirement for a line to be an asymptote is that if one of the coordinates gets larger and larger, the graph gets closer and closer to the asymptote. The "closer and closer" part is defined via limits.

Like the one i the US where there are brackets of percentages of tax, that get larger as the income gets larger. A low earner pay a low percent, a higher earner a higher percent.

The ISBN of No One Thinks of Greenland is 0312283369.