Q: Why it is more important to be kind than right?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Math & Arithmetic

Example sentence - It is more important to be kind than right.

Acute . . . less than 90Â° Right . . . 90Â° Obtuse . . . more than 90Â° and less than 180Â° Straight . . . 180Â° Reflex . . . more than 180Â° and less than 360Â°

More than one kind of regular polygon

no

Bipyramids are a class of polyhedra with more faces than vertices.

Related questions

Example sentence - It is more important to be kind than right.

It is more important in the long term to do what is strategically right than what is immediately profitable. Doing what is immediately profitable can often lead to profit issues later.

Obtuse angles are no more important than acute or right angles. The commonest tessellation uses squares (or rectangles) and these have right angles - not obtuse.

its not even right what u wrote people need more than that

Acute . . . less than 90Â° Right . . . 90Â° Obtuse . . . more than 90Â° and less than 180Â° Straight . . . 180Â° Reflex . . . more than 180Â° and less than 360Â°

The left hemisphere is more important for the production and comprehension of language than the right hemisphere

Farmers are more important than

I don’t understand the question

A scalene or any other kind of triangle can have no more than one right angle.

Well that is kind of like asking is a girl can have more than one boyfriend. If she did people would call that cheating. So if you think that cheating is right than sure you could be if you don't than no.

Hi I think that the right to a fair trail for a suspect is more important than the right to report that trial. A suspect is not a proven criminal. It would be prudent to give him/her a chance to prove his/her innocence. If the right of reporting that trial is extended to the press, there are chances that the information might get colored as different press bodies might have different things to say about the trail.

It is more important to be giving than to receive.