4. (67 letters divided by 16 words = 4.4667 letters per word.)
An even number can always be divided by two.
Individuals were divided as to whether the inmate's brutal sentence was a suitable punishment.
"mass number" is not "the/a" word, it is two words.
"atomic number" is not "the/a" word, it is two words.
10 can be divided into 100 evenly, yielding 10. The group was divided into two teams.
a number by which another number, the dividend, is divided.
a number that can be divided by another number without a remainder
I calculate that 54 divided by 9=6
Most of the time its a pronoun but it depends on the sentence
The density of most woods is lighter than water, so they float. The mass of an object divided by its volume is its density.
The sentence was self impliable to most of the people. This is the sentence using word impliable.
There are a number of engineering campuses in India. This is a sentence containing the word campuses.
No you don't; if the sentence starts with a number then that number counts as the first word for the purpose of capitalization rules. Example: 1990 was a good year.
I don't care how you divided; that simply isn't the quotient!
No, you should change a number to its word(s).
The word multiple is a noun, a singular, common noun; a word for a number that can be divided by another number without a remainder.
Mass number is the total number of protons and neutrons.
The most important word in a sentence is the subject. Most sentences in English follow subject-verb-object order, so the subject is what catches the reader's attention the most.
Hardness is a word. It is a word in the phrase most hardness scale
You have a complex sentence. Best is the last word of a complete sentence. When is an adverb. It is followed by the word They. The word They starts a complete sentence. Thus, the word when makes the second sentence subordinate to the first sentence. That makes it complex.
The tropical zone could also be referred to as the torrid zone.
They involve the same relationship. The major difference is grammatical. "Multiple" is a noun, meaning a number that can be divided by another number without a remainder. "Divisible" is an adjective, meaning capable of being divided by another number without a remainder. 12 is a multiple of 3. In this sentence, the word "multiple" refers to the number 12. 12 is divisible by 3. In this sentence, "divisible" refers to a quality that 12 has.