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Who is numbers 1 in the charts?

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On the singles charts, yes. But there are other, separate charts for albums.



Crazy was the song that was No. 1 on the UK charts


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number 1. the soundtrack for mamma mia was number 1 on the American charts


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The number 1 on the U.S. charts on the 19th January 2007 was Beyonce's 'Irreplaceable'. The number 1 on the U.K. charts on the 19th January 2007 was Leona Lewis's 'A Moment Like This'.


"Weird Al" has never has a song make #1 on the charts, but His 2006 song "White 'n' Nerdy made #9 on the charts.



I believe ABBA had 9 number 1 hits on the UK charts.


Led Zeppelin comes to mind, they had many songs in the charts, but never a number 1.


The album debuted as #2 on the UK charts and #1 on the USA charts.


The color charts many see on the web are HTML codes which contain both numbers and letters. The simplest answer is that both the numbers and letters are used in the hexadecimal numeral system. For example, FF in hexadecimal equals 255.


"Love Me Do" hit #17 on the UK charts"Please Please Me" hit #2 on the UK charts"From Me To You" hit #1 on the UK charts"I Want To Hold Your Hand" (1st #1 on the US Charts)


The best method to represent specific data is through charts and graphs. Charts and graphs are easier to follow and understand compared to just numbers and spreadsheets. Scatter graphs, pie charts, or bar charts are some examples that are most commonly used.


Yes they do. Every year numbers rise for Global Warming. Sometimes it goes of the charts.


Tulisa shot to the top of the charts in the UK at #1 with her single Young.


i am led to believe from my sources that number 1 in the charts is the black eyed peas with their hit single and i quote "meet me halfway"


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In aviation, Visual Flight Rules charts come in three flavors...Terminal Area, Sectional, and World Aeronautical. Terminal area charts (TAC charts) are scaled 1:250,000 and are issued for the areas around major airports that control class "B" airspace...there are about 15 such areas in the USA. Sectional charts are issued on an approximate state-by-state basis in the USA, and are scaled 1:500,000. World Aeronautical Charts (WAC Charts) are much less useful, scaled at 1:1000000.


The number one spot. The top of the charts. #1 in the U.S.


The Supremes 'Baby love' was in the charts from late October to late November 1964.


Word has very limited capabilities to creating charts. You can use the Insert feature and choose charts from it. It will present you with a very basic spreadsheet, into which you can enter numbers to use on your chart. You could also draw some charts manually using shapes, though they may not be very accurate. One of the best ways is to create the charts in Excel and then copy the chart into the Word document.


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