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Loci of a point: -First, draw a point/dot anywhere -Then, decide the distance from the point to the other points (5cm) -Mark 5cm above the first point. -With your compass, place the sharp part on the first point, and the pencil on the second point. Draw a circle, and there! That's the loci of a point.

A question mark (?) is a symbol used to indicate an interrogatory sentence. It can be found on questions like:How are you today?What grade of school are you in now?Where do you work?

It depends. If you are asked to do your working out its one mark out of 2 because the answer matters, but only if you do the work out right. If you do the work out correctly and do the silly mistake to give the wrong answer they will give you 1 mark out of 2.

You should always mark a Waddington Diagnostic Reading Test with a number 2 pencil. Mechanical pencils and ink pens will not work.

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Soldier Present View

The fixed turning point of a simple machine is called the fulcrum. The fulcrum is the point around which the machine rotates or pivots to perform work.

The correct spelling is "present," as in "present your work nicely."

Mark's Work Wearhouse's motto is 'Clothes That Work'.

If the battery is showing ! mark means, you need to charge the battery immedaitely and some of the applictions may not work at this point for E.g your camera flash will not work to take any pictures. In some mobiles music,games,even phone calls can not be done at this point.

Loci of a point: -First, draw a point/dot anywhere -Then, decide the distance from the point to the other points (5cm) -Mark 5cm above the first point. -With your compass, place the sharp part on the first point, and the pencil on the second point. Draw a circle, and there! That's the loci of a point.

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Soldier Present View

It is the inverse of the displacement of the point of application in the direction of of the force.

The present tense of work is work (I work, you work, he works, she works, it works, we work they work). The present continuous - am/is/are working; the present perfect - have/has worked; the present perfect continuous - have/has been working.