THEY GO ACROSS NOT UP AND DOWN. THAT IS FOR COLUMNS.
Across. Columns go up and down.
Plant them in the shape of a star. The way the five lines (rows) overlap, you only need 10 total.
33 desks can be arranged into six rows having no rows, 1 row, 2 rows, 3 rows, 4 rows, or 5 rows with exactly 5 desks.
Sparky had room for 16 rows in his garden He planted 3 rows of tomatoes for every 5 rows of onions He planted 10 rows of onions.
Sparky had room for 16 rows in his garden He planted 3 rows of tomatoes for every 5 rows of onions. 6 rows of tomatoes were planted.
The SQL order allows a result set with rows being sorted by the values of one or more columns. At the present time it is the only known way to sort the rows in the result. It will also prevent the database system fro returning the rows in any order.
Rows are horizontal and columns are vertical.
Vertiacal, rows is usually used for horizontal to differentiate.
Rows run vertically or across your screen in a spreadsheet, with the row number on the left at the beginning of the row.
Rows go across and columns go up and down.
Ask your teacher stupid. Sorry but heres a chant to remeber rows and COLUMNS. Columns go up and down rows go left to right.
There are 65536 Rows and collums go to IV
groups go vertically and periods are the horizontal rows
it goes horizontoly
No that would be rows. Columns go down.
No - columns go up and down.
Left to right are columns: rows go up to down!
No. In versions up to Excel 2003 there are 256 columns and 65,536 rows. From 2007 on, there are 16,384 columns and 1,048,576 rows.