Q: What if your school raised 125 of its fundraising goal. The school raised 6750. What was the goal?

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It's a noun. ex. The goal is to win. (Subject) I have a goal. (Direct Object)

No. Goal is a noun (a target, a point to achieve). There is no adverb form.

It means you went 20% over your savings goal.

A long term goal is what would u want to do in about a year or so

The main goal is to find a set of values for the variables for which all the equations are true.

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every girl scout meet their own fundraising goal.

A fundraising goal is the grand total you would like to receive from donors and/or sponsors - either for a specific event or for the year.

No, it should be All the Girl Scouts met their own fundraising goal

With just a few more donations, we will surpass our fundraising goal.

They have reached 22500/25000 = 9/10 of thier goal.

Unless the raised ball was dangerous, or was raised deliberately with a hit (except for a shot at goal), nothing; this is fully legal and skilful play.

For primary school (elementary) students, you should have a goal of learning your multiplication tables. For secondary school (high school) students, you should have a goal of mastering algebra.

The goal was (270) / (2/3) = (270) x (3/2) = $405

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That will depend entirely on how good your grades were and what your future goal is.

A short-term goal for many high school freshman is to acclimate themselves to the high school setting. Many high school freshman have a goal just to become familiar with their new setting.

Getting a high school diploma could be a short term goal or a long term goal depending upon where you are in the process. If you have one more month of high school to complete, that is relatively short term. If you are just entering high school and expect to be there for four years, that is long term.