No, "school of fishes" is not the correct way to refer to a group of the same type of fish. The correct way to say that is "school of fish" since the plural of fish is fish.
Multiply by a value in seconds, that way you find out the distance. The distance will be in metres which will be travelled in a certain amount of seconds
I would argue strongly that this is not correct. Monotheism is a philosophy or belief, and does not by itself refer to a specific 'way of life'.
look at the nearest clock with a second hand is the easiest way
Meters per second squared, or just meters per second per second. Either way is correct.
The correct way to write seconds as a unit is with a lowercase 's'. Not a capital letter 's' and NOT as 'sec'.
There are thousands of people on here- some of them probably are which is not germaine to correct answers but we have no way of knowing which users you refer to
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There are sixty (60) seconds in a minute, and a trillion (1,000,000,000,000) trillionths of a second in a second. Right? Do you think it might be possible to answer your question simply by multiplying one of those numbers by the other? ==Or...== Look at it this way. A second is broken down into one trillion parts, and there are sixty seconds in a minute, so there are sixty times the number of parts your second is broken down into.
One. One second is equal to one second.Its a bit like asking "how many apples in an apple?" Answer - one. If you wish to divide seconds into smaller units the usual way is to use tenths and hundredths of a second. For example, in athletics the current World Record for running 100 metres is held by the Jamaican Athlete Asafa Powell who ran 100 metres in 9.74 seconds in September 2007. This means his time was nine seconds and seventy-four hundredths of a second.
The second trumpet is a section in an orchestra. It plays harmony to the first trumpet. The same way the seconds violins play harmony to the first violins.
Well, in a way, nobody. About every 3.8 seconds, someone dies. Not 5 people a second. Thanks!
You refer to the sheet by its name, followed by an exclamation mark and then the cell, like this: =Sheet2!A2
1 minute = 60 seconds = 60/15 = 4 lots of 15 second timeslots. So 5 minutes = 5*4 = 20 such intervals. another way of looking at it : a 15 second timeslot can start anywhere, as long as it will have 15 seconds in it so within 15 seconds that will be one slot, obvious within 16 seconds there will be 2 slots, one start at the first second, second one starting at the second second. so for 5 minutes, which equals 300 seconds, that would amount to 286 slots.
There is no correct way nor wrong way. Any method which consistently gives you the correct answer and with which you are comfortable is the correct way for you.I was aged over 60 when I learned a new way to factorise quadratics: a way which is easier than what I was taught at school all those years ago. My old method was not wrong, but I refer the new one. So for me, that is not the correct method.
The correct way it should be stated would be = He was exhausted, yet he*** walked all the way home. = ***the second he may be omitted
The first is more correct grammatically, but the second works if you are using it in an informal way.
Way Out West refers to a three day long music festival held annually on the second weekend of august. You can get more information about this at the Way Out West SE website.
The usual pronunciation is as spelled, "TUH-reht" (second syllable rhymes with "bet").
First, watch for lightning. The second it hits the ground, starts counting in seconds. Stop when you hear thunder. divide the seconds by 5 to get how many miles away the lightning is. For kilometers, divide the seconds by 3.
The correct way is the way you enjoy it.
It is sheet3!A10
The red stripe marks pin one, which ensures the ribbon cable is pushed into the socket the correct way round.
I'm not entirely sure what you're asking here, but I think it's the correct way to refer to the amount of boys in a school? If so, the correct phrasing of the question is, "what fraction of the school ARE boys?"