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How long would it take to mow a football field from goal line to goal line using a lawn mower that mows a 20 inch strip and moves at a constant rate of 3 feet per second?

It depends entirely on the size of the field !

What is the goal and purpose of statistics?

what is the goal of statistics

What if their goal is 25000 and they raised 22500 then what fraction of their goal have they reached?

They have reached 22500/25000 = 9/10 of thier goal.

When was The Million Dollar Goal created?

The Million Dollar Goal was created in 2003.

Keys to S.M.A.R.T. Goal Setting?

Millions of individuals want to set a goal each and every day. Whether an individual wants to create a personal, professional or academic goal, SMART goal setting can help any individual reach a goal that is important to them. Here are a few of the keys to SMART goal setting. First, individuals need to understand what the SMART goal setting process is. Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic and Timely are the requirements for any goal that is developed under the SMART goal setting process. Specific goals are those that are clearly defined and emphasize what the goal setter wants to happen. Specific goals can be measured or timed so that benchmarks may be established when individuals are pursuing the goal. An example of a specific goal could be a person stating that they want to lose fifteen pounds by July 4th 2011. Measurable goals are similar to specific goals. Individuals who set measurable goals are able to measure their results. An example could be an individual who sets a goal of reading five 1000 page books by the end of the year. Progress is easy to measure as the year progresses. Individuals know that they need to read a certain amount of pages by a certain date. Attainable goals are also very important. There are some types of goal setters who set goals that see almost impossible to achieve. While there may be some goals that are more difficult to achieve, individuals can still set attainable goals by using smaller goals. For example, setting a goal to lose 50 pounds may sound impossible. However, setting a goal to lose five pounds at a time may make the goal seem more attainable. Realistic goals are also very important. Setting a goal to become a singer in the 1950's is going to be difficult because time travel is not possible yet! However, just because a goal may not seem possible to achieve does not mean that the goal is not realistic. Individuals who find it difficult to set realistic goals should still set the goal and see if they can make progress towards it! Timely goals means that the person with the goal says when they want to achieve the goal by. Do you want to lose twenty pounds by the end of the summer? Do you want to go to Europe within five years? Set a timely goal and achieve it!

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What is the goal of hydration during exercise?

to maintain plasma volume

How do you kick a goal?

using a tee

How do you kick a field goal?

using a tee

When one goal seems impossible and you turn your energies toward another goal are you using compensation?


What are the goal of environmental?

find it in glossary do your homework without using this

What is a normal reading on a voldyne 5000?

The objective of it is to be able to breath in slowly (trying to keep the float on the left hand side in the BEST box as much as possible and try and get the main float in the body (with all the measurement in ml. 500, 1000 etc.) and trying to get the float as high as possible without breathing out or taking a break, you can use the yellow guide marker (that what I'm going to call it) on the right side of the main body to keep a guide for you to see how far you can or did go, the main goal is to be able to improve or exercise your lungs due to any injury such as collapsed lungs and get them back in working order hope this helps :)

How a goal is made in soccer is?

When the ball completely crosses the goal line using and body part other than hands/arms.

How is a goal scored in football?

get the ball into the net without using your hands

Can you give me sentences using the word unnerve?

"I guess her goal was to unnerve me..."

What was the goal of Margaret Sanger to women?

Choice about using Birth Control.