It means add
more the yours means to take away
First of all, it's, "Does an apostrophe "-s" mean more than one?" Second of all, it does not mean more than one. It is only used to show possession. For example: "Lisa's bicycle tires are wearing down." For more than one, only add "-s." If there is already and "-s" at the end, just add an apostrophe.
Neither...When you say 'x > 2', you are saying that x is any number greater than 2. It is more of a statement rather than a sum.
An abundant number means its proper factors add up to more than that number.
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"More than" means you are supposed to add. So, you first add 27 + 16, then you add 18 to the result. (Actually, the order in which you add won't affect the result.)
right at publix there was a guy we saw that lost his left arm more means to add 10 more than 5 is 10+5 = 15 less means to subtract 10 less than 15 is 15-10 = 5
A weighted mean is when some values contribute more than others. In order to calculate weighted mean multiply each weight by its value, add those and then divide by the sum of the weights.
In order to find the mean, you need to provide more than one number. To find the mean of something, add up all the numbers, then divide by how many numbers there are.
It means add 3452 and 231 and then add 100 to that. 3452 + 231 = 3683 3683 + 100 = 3783
Usually means added. Example, 5 more than 23 means to add 5 to 23. You would get 28. So, 5 more than 23 is 28.
A similar rule is to check if two numbers add up to more than 5.
it means to subtract
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Why should it mean anything? Exotic piercings don't mean anything other than the individual getting the piercing wants to add something more to there sexuality and love life.
To add more solvent.
Just means you need to add more.
No. Many more males have ADD and/or ADHD than females. Some of this may be because symptoms are easier to detect in boys. Girls have more subtle symptoms. Boys tend to be more physical when distracted than girls.
The sentence "I like him more than you" is ambiguous. It could mean "I like him more than I like you" or it could mean "I like him more than you like him."
Usually 'more' means to add. So, 34 more than 49 is 34+49=83.
You can connect several of them together, to add more ports as needed.
I'm not sure if that is a question, but if it is, yes, you can add more than two integers. Just add the first two to get a new, single integer and then add that to the next one. You can do that indefinitely if you have a large set of integers.
If you subtract one proton, you get platinum. If you add one proton, you get mercury. Platinum is considerably more valuable than mercury. If you add or subtract more than one, all bets are off. If you add enough, you get a transuranic element, which are much more valuable than gold.