Q: When you have a number of options is it more correct to write the earlier of or the earliest of?

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Probably it was the ancient Babylonians whose number base was 60 or maybe the ancient Mayans whose number base was 20

113 is not a complex number and so there cannot be any correct notation.

you put a dash where the correct number is.

Yes, that is correct.

100000000

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I need the same answer LOL

If we just include natural numbers; i.e. integers greater than or equal to zero, then one thousand (1,000) would be the lowest (earliest) number with the letter a in it.

A person will not be able to know which answer lists the correct number of bits without knowing what the answer choices are. In order to know which of the answers is correct the answer options should be given.

Correct! There is no bigist number. There is no biggest number either.

The phone number of the Positive Options is: 616-241-5554.

I don't think they did.

Divide the number correct by the total possible.

The correct abbreviation of "Number" is "No."

Go to Settings > Options > Phone options > General Options > Restrict my identity

With the numbers: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 there are 10000 four letter combination's - ten options for the first number times ten options for the second number times ten options for the third number and so on. :)

Since there are only two options for the answer, on average the student will answer half of the answers correctly.

It depends what version you are using. Excel 2013 only has one worksheet by default, but earlier versions had three. Note that you can change the number of sheets when creating a new workbook via Excel options.