You can count on me?
Both could be correct it depends on the situation. If you could count the stars how many so you think there are? Count the number of stars you can see out the window.
8 what else could it be .can't you count
count is all i can say unless you can be more specific
Assuming you start with 3/8 and count by 3/8, the next number would be 6/8 = 3/4.
Okay i am going to count in 8's now.8,16,24,32,40,48,56,64,72,80,88,96,108,116,124,132,140,148,156,164,172,180,188,196,208,I'm only counting up to 200 so you can count on if you need to find out the answer. All you need to do is add 8 to the number you are up to.Count well!
In this question, 9 is a specific number but a number is any number. We cannot say 9 = 8, but we can say any number = 8.
Count the number of atoms that are all the way inside the cell. Each of these counts as 1. Count the number of atoms that are on a face, but not a corner or edge of the cell. Each of these count as 1/2. Count the number of atoms that are on an edge, but not a corner of the cell. Each of these count as 1/4. Count the number of atoms that are on a corner of the cell. Each of these count as 1/8. The final formula is: inside + 1/2 face + 1/4 edge +1/8 corner = total atoms per cell.
8.. if you count the empty subset
A count of the number
8 - восемь ("vo-syem")
8 less than a number would be written as 8 - 5. or 8 - A No! 8 less than a number, say X, would be X - 8.
You forgot your belt.
Finding least count of spectrometer 1. Count the total number of division on the vernier scale, say, n. Note the smallest division on the circular scale in minutes, say, m minutes. 2. The least count is the smallest division divided by the number of divisions on the vernier, i.e., it is m n minutes.
There is no such number. If we could count to any particular number, then we can always count to the next one. And then the next. And so on.
Go up the number line by two i.e. 2, 4, 6, 8,...
You simply count the number of eights that are being multiplied together, and that is your exponent. In this case that would be: 8⁵