It depends on the context. A 2.68 GPA is average, but not desirable to colleges.
In many universities and colleges this is a course covering various topics in physics that avoids using the calculus.
This is a YES! You will need to take algebra 2 as a high school course which will eligible you to qualify into state colleges. A-G requirements are also what many college look at and decides. For example 3 years of math(alg1,geometry,alg2) will make you be eligible or states as for University is 4 years of math. But city colleges, you may not need alg2 but your math assessment in high school. Colleges also will have placement test that will test your math skills and rank you amongst how your score is as well.
Its harder to get into than most colleges because they are looking to help more international students, mainland students have a hard time becasue we have so many options.
There are many fractions between 9.4 and 9.45! For instance: 9 400947094/1000000000 is between these numbers.
There is no reciprocity between the lawyers of the two states.
Reciprocity is the mutual exchange of privleges between to entities.
For both criminal extradition and DMV information-sharing purposes they DO have reciprocity, as do ALL states.
The Reciprocity Treaty ended in 1865 and started in 1854 it was free trade between British North America and the United States, United States decided to end the Reciprocity Treaty.
Both New Jersey and Vermont have reciprocity between them for moving violations. The only states that do not are Tennessee, Michigan, Massachusetts, and Georgia.
The term is called reciprocity.
Social CApital: Bonds of Trust and Reciprocity between citizens that form the glue that holds modern socities together.