The answer depends on who they are that possess rational numbers.
Yes, as much as positive numbers do.
Isotopes differ in the number of neutrons they possess.
To my understand you are asking what a whole number is. A whole number is any number that does not have an exponent, is not negative, or possess a decimal. A whole number is 0-Infinity=====================================Answer #2:If you start counting, from "one" then "two" then "three", then all of the numbersyou name are whole numbers.
Possess is correct.
Elements also possess isotopes. So their average atomic mass is rarely whole number.
I believe 3 of the greatest moral value would be integrity, fairness and selflessness.
The English colonies did not possess sovereignty or representation, which states do possess.
I'm afraid I do not possess the literary talent to answer this question. That's was a very excellent way to possess the sentence with the word possess.
Possess is a verb. Its plural form (the one used with plural subjects) is possess, while the form used with singular subjects is possesses.Examples:We possess, they possess.He, she or it possesses.The noun form of possess is possession, plural possessions.
possessPossess is the correct spelling.
Possessed is the past tense of possess.
another word for possess is "to have"
possess has 4 syllables in it.
I Will Possess Your Heart was created in 2007.
Michael Jordan is said to be the greatest basketball player of all time. ?æHe possess the willingness to work as a team, and the drive to be competitive.?æ
1. Gaara who possess the one-tailed shukaku. 2. Yugito Nii who possess the two-tailed monster cat. 3. Yagura who possess the three-tailed giant turtle. 4. Roshi who possess the four-tailed monkey. 5. Han who possess the five-tailed dolphin horse. 6. Utakata who possess the six-tailed slug. 7. Fu who possess the seven-tailed horn beetle. 8. Killer Bee who possess the eight-tailed giant ox. 9. Naruto Uzumaki who possess the nine-tailed fox
Yes. Shoes are property and thus you can possess them.
They all possess is litmus
I possess a strong command of the English language. The boy acts like he wants to possess his girlfriend.
Possess is present tense. The past tense is possessed.
Yes, America does possess hydrogen bombs
No. Doctors usually possess it for wart removal.