I have had a partial hysterectomy and had my tubes tied and now I am pregnant what are the statistics
Explain the partial and multiple correlation
There are 3 types1.positive/ negative/zero/2.linear/non-linear3.simple/multiple/partial- If the direction is same,the relationship is positive-If the direction is opposite , the relationship is negative-If the amount of change is constant in different variable it is linear-If the amount of change is not constant in different variable is non- linear-If it is establishing a relationship between two characteristic then it is simple- If it is establishing a relationship between three or more characteristic then it is multiple-If it is establishing a relationship between only one of all the variable then it is partial
The characteristics of a line graph is that it always has a straight line. A bar graph's characteristic include bars of an equal width. Pictographs, on the other hand, has the characteristics of showing the number of an object or value of data with the use of full or partial objects.
The purpose of normalizing data in DBMS is to reduce the data redundancy and increase the consistency of data. a) Partial dependency: non-prime attribute ( field) depends on other non-prime attributes b) Functional dependency c) Transitive dependency
If uterus has been removed then no you cannot get pregnant. Symptoms are a non-sequitor
I would really love to know this question I'm trying to get pregnant and I've had my tubes tied and a partial hystarectamy its been 9 years since my last child and haven't been able to have kids since.. I really want to know what I can do to be able to get pregnant again?
Not possible as without the womb there is nowhere for the ova to be fertilised
There is a slight possibility of this happening but it is a very rare occurrence. and would require stopping.
Perhaps getting cataracts ?
Call your local unemployment agency. Explain your situation and ask them what you need to do.
not without court approval see link
A partial hepatectomy is a partial removal of the liver.