Q: You begin reading a 52 page newspaper you notice the sheet with page 7 is missing four pages are printed on each sheet 2 per side and assembled into one newspaper What other pages are missing?

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The Probability of NOT reading newspaper a is .8 The Probability of NOT reading Newspaper b is .84 The probability of NOT reading Newspaper c is .86 Therefore, .8*.84*.86=0.57792=57.792%

The political viewpoint of a newspaper can be learned by reading the editorial page.

Only 29 percent of all Americans say they read newspapers and just 23 percent read a print newspaper. Over the past decade the percentage reading a print newspaper has fallen by 18 points from 41 to 23 percent

The answer depends on what the shape is: triangle, quadrilateral or one with many more sides. You do need to specify these things in the question because, unfortunately, we have not mastered the art of reading your mind over the web.

There are infinitely many polynomials of order 5 that will give these as the first five numbers and any one of these could be "the" rule. Short of reading the mind of the person who posed the question, there is no way of determining which of the infinitely many solutions is the "correct" one.Furthermore, the answer depends on where, in the given sequence, the missing number is meant to be.

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The Probability of NOT reading newspaper a is .8 The Probability of NOT reading Newspaper b is .84 The probability of NOT reading Newspaper c is .86 Therefore, .8*.84*.86=0.57792=57.792%

The political viewpoint of a newspaper can be learned by reading the editorial page.

It will have been the case that she will have been reading the newspaper when you arrive.

i think we have a new generation that's why we knew about the printed books.

Anything you wish

You cannot really walk with the newspaper,but just click on the newspaper and read it,and on other people's computers,your penguin will be reading the newspaper!

yes

The average person reads a newspaper for about 25 to 30 minutes.

i dotn no

A simple glance across newspaper headlines for a specific reason, looking for specific keywords related to the information you want, is not heavy reading. The kind of reading used for this purpose is skimming.

reading comprehension

A student is reading a newspaper in the Great Hall. Go ask them for it.