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no need to use

Tagalog

hindi na kailangan gamitin ang engineering services

Last Update: 2020-01-23
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it is forbidden to use a cellphone while driving

Tagalog

bawal gumamit ng cellphone habang nagmamaneho

Last Update: 2020-12-26
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how to use a hand tractor

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paano gamitin ang hand tractor

Last Update: 2015-06-27
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i'll be back soon. i need to use the restroom

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babalik ako maya maya

Last Update: 2020-03-21
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i'm surprised you even know how to use a mop.

Tagalog

nagulat ako na marunong ka palang maglampaso.

Last Update: 2016-10-27
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tom doesn't understand how to use a computer.

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di alam ni tomas ang paggamit ng kompyuter.

Last Update: 2014-02-01
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how to use a common vegetable for health care

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paano makikinabangan ang isang karaniwang gulay para sa kagalingang pangkalusugan

Last Update: 2019-02-06
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do you know how to use a personal computer?

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marunong ka bang gumamit ng kompyuter?

Last Update: 2014-02-01
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they plan to use a disabled person as the focal point of their cunning

Tagalog

balak nilang gamitin ang isang taong may kapansanan bilang pokus ng kanilang tuso

Last Update: 2021-07-09
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layers, successively and many projects that is need to be submit at the right time.

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nagpatong patong

Last Update: 2020-10-30
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the automotive battery charger it's also powered by a solar energy. it has the ability to charge auto batteries from 1 am to 3 sm, even if a motorcycle as long as 12 volts can produce electricity from a battery. when it comes to the solar panel it is necessary to use a wheel to install it, of course the charger is separate so that the solar area can search the solar panel

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Last Update: 2021-01-02
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to all the members of the ngags family, we informed you that we already have a new facebook page, because we used to use the facebook group privately because we in the group only seem to be able to see the posts posted there, we talked to admin rebecca i would like to use a better facebook page, please support me, thank you very much

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sa lahat po na miyembro nang the ngags family pinaalam po namin na mayroon na po tayong bagong facebook page, dati kasi facebook group ang ginagamit natin pribado kasi tayo sa group parang tayotayo lang ang nakaka kita ng mga naka post doon, napagusapan namin ni admin rebecca na masmaganda kong facebook page ang gagamitin natin sana po suportahan nyo maraming salamat

Last Update: 2020-12-03
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on the third day of our ojt, i didn't do much in the morning writing and reading books there. in the afternoon i was coded with alpha one single loan that we had lent. they asked if we knew how to use excel and we said it was pretty simple so i was taught how to use a sentence then how to type it. the time was near at hand so they stopped me and said that tomorrow we would pursue it. so i'm happy today because there is

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pangatlong araw ng aming ojt, wala akong masyadong ginagawa sa umaga nagsulat at nagbasa ng mga libro na naroon. nang hapon ay pinag encode ako kasama si alpha tig iisang latop ang pinahiram sa amin. tinanong nila kung alam ba namin gamiti ang excel at sinabi namin na medyo lang kaya't tinuruan ako kung paano icenter ung sentence then kung paano ito itype. malapit na ang time ng uwian kaya't pinahinto na nila ako at sabi nila bukas na namin ituloy iyon. kaya't masaya ako sa araw na ito dahil may

Last Update: 2020-02-12
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- the numerators: 1 * 5 = 5 - the denominators: 2 * 3 = 6 so the result is: (1/2) * (5/3) = 5/6 note: when you have more practice, you do not need to use the factorisation process, being able to mentally simplify fr see that 4/8 is equivalent to 1/2 (after dividing up and down by 4), and 15/9 is the same as 5/3 (after dividing up and down by 3). division les the procedure is quite similar to the one that we use for the multiplication, but adding a new step at the beginning. let us suppose that we have to divide these two fractions: (a/b) / (c/d) we can turn the division into multiplication by reversing the order of the second one (that is, changing positions of the numerator and denominator): (a/b) * (d/c) and then proceeding as in a common multiplication: reducing fractions and multiplying in line.

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Last Update: 2021-03-10
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- the numerators: 1 * 5 = 5 - the denominators: 2 * 3 = 6 so the result is: (1/2) * (5/3) = 5/6 note: when you have more practice, you do not need to use the factorisation process, being able to mentally simplify fr see that 4/8 is equivalent to 1/2 (after dividing up and down by 4), and 15/9 is the same as 5/3 (after dividing up and down by 3). division les the procedure is quite similar to the one that we use for the multiplication, but adding a new step at the beginning. let us suppose that we have to divide these two fractions: (a/b) / (c/d) we can turn the division into multiplication by reversing the order of the second one (that is, changing positions of the numerator and denominator): (a/b) * (d/c) and then proceeding as in a common multiplication: reducing fractions and multiplying in line.

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- the numerators: 1 * 5 = 5 - the denominators: 2 * 3 = 6 so the result is: (1/2) * (5/3) = 5/6 note: when you have more practice, you do not need to use the factorisation process, being able to mentally simplify fr see that 4/8 is equivalent to 1/2 (after dividing up and down by 4), and 15/9 is the same as 5/3 (after dividing up and down by 3). division les the procedure is quite similar to the one that we use for the multiplication, but adding a new step at the beginning. let us suppose that we have to divide these two fractions: (a/b) / (c/d) we can turn the division into multiplication by reversing the order of the second one (that is, changing positions of the numerator and denominator): (a/b) * (d/c) and then proceeding as in a common multiplication: reducing fractions and multiplying in line.

Last Update: 2021-03-10
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a salary structure, or pay scale, is a system that employers use to determine an employee’s compensation. a standard salary structure takes into account things like merit, length of employment, and pay compared to similar positions. create a minimum and maximum salary within the structure. you can create a salary structure to help when calculating a raise. to do so, break down each salary structure using pay grades. depending on your business, you may decide to use a combination of different types of salary structure. both you and your employees likely have expectations when it comes to compensation. to get you and your employees on the same page, define your salary structure. that way, employees know their maximum earning potential.

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Last Update: 2021-03-17
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matching tests teachers devise tests to measure a student’s understanding of the course material. many teachers use different tests, such as multiple choice, short answer, essay, true/false, and the matching test format, to gain the upper-hand on students who wish to cheat their way through the year. students who study well for a multiple choice test may find themselves perplexed when staring down at a matching test format in front of them. matching test questions measure the student’s ability to connect words, complete sentences, or pair words with their definition. the matching test format consists of two columns, including one with a definition or phrase, and another with a word, number, or symbol. teachers refer to each item in the first column as the premises, or the questions involved in the matching tests. likewise, instructors refer to the answers in the second column as responses in the matching tests. teachers everywhere agree that learners should select the correct response in the second column to its corresponding premises in the first. conventional matching tests usually have items in the first column numbered and items in the second column labeled with alphabetical letters. receive your free copy of “7 secrets to boost grades” enter your first name enter your email address i am a: your privacy is protected. no spam. unsubscribe anytime. teachers incorporate matching test questions as an alternative to changing the learner’s pace. matching tests evaluate the student’s ability to recall information under time constraints. many teachers employ a small section of matching test questions at the end of a chapter review, while others may use it in quizzes and tests. matching test questions evaluates the learner’s ability to understand the similarities between items, usually terms and definitions, symbols and proper names, principles and scenarios, objects and pictures, and cause/effect. students who excel at taking matching tests likely grasp key concepts and “big ideas.” matching test questions enable teachers to cover more content in one question than allowed with the ever-popular multiple choice test format. therefore, the matching test format tests the student’s intermittent knowledge of the course curriculum and provides a way for the teacher to incorporate a little variety into classroom activities. students who are preparing for an exam may want to employ a few matching test strategies to ensure they answer every question correctly. as an objective form of evaluation, matching tests can prove challenging for students who failed to review their notes. students who fail to study will not have the backbone to succeed on any form of test format, regardless of many matching test strategies they employ. without sufficient study time, all matching test strategies become nullified. students who employ effective study methods will benefit from these simple matching test tips. first and foremost, students need to read over the directions carefully before answering any of the questions before them. the directions usually have vital information for the test-taker, including whether the question requires one or more answers. the directions inform the test-taker whether he or she can use a particular response several times. test-takers who glance over the directions will likely fail the test. many times test designers ask the test-taker to mark their answers on a scantron, scrap sheet of paper, or on the test itself using lines drawn to the corresponding column. reading the directions carefully remains as one of the most important tips for matching tests. excel study skills system - the most complete student success system discover the most powerful student success system available today! studies have proven that effective study skills are the key to a student's success in school and career. edunova's award winning study systems have helped thousands of students succeed in school and college. learn more today! secondly, students read the premise column to identify the longest phrases. this saves time by matching the phrase with the word, instead of the word with the phrase. the majority of test-takers will need to complete their matching test tips exam under time constraints. therefore, students should seriously consider time-saving tips for matching tests to make the best grade possible. many instructors agree that students should do the easy questions first and then return to the difficult questions later to save time. wasting time on tougher questions will likely result in the student rushing to complete the test before turning it in for a grade. other matching test tips include the process of elimination by crossing out unknown items first, visualizing the information in the student’s notebook, association questions with answers, and looking for clues in grammar and sentence structure. these important tips for matching tests will guide students to succeeding on their quizzes, tests, and final exams. follow these links to learn more about matching test tips: tips for taking all types of tests: matching strategies for different test formats (pdf) all about multiple choice & matching exams effective test-taking tips for students an all-encompassing guide of test-taking tips and strategies for students learning strategies database: matching exams guidelines for answering matching questions test-taking strategies for different types of tests © 2012 edunova co. all rights reserved. privacy policy terms o

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pagtutugma ng uri ng pagsubok

Last Update: 2019-04-12
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solution: this is a good sample exercise to apply our skills in data selection, working with percentages and avoiding irrelevant information. according to the question, we need to find a percentage of the population of cyprus: the percentage of population infected with legionellosis. so all data about the other countries are irrelevant. on the first table, regarding the incidence of this disease, we can see that there are 5 cases per 100 000 inhabitants in cyprus. how to convert this into percentage format? we can use a rule of three: if there are 5 cases per 100 000 inhabitants, then there will be x cases per 100 inhabitants. 5 100 000 x 100 5 * 100 = x * 100 000 x= 5* 100 / 100 000 = 0.005 this way we get that the incidence in percentage format for cyprus is 0.005%, so the right answer for this question is a). note that the second table is irrelevant for us, even though we can find the figure of the population of cyprus there, because if we applied our percentage to that figure, we would obtain the actual number of people affected by the disease in this country, whis not what is asked in the question (a percentage format). 38

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myadvice this question is really fast to solve, as you have seen, provided that you avoid the pitfall of using irrelevant data. however, you can speed up your calculations a bit more, not even using the rule of three and the calculator at all, and finding the right answer in 15 or 20 seconds, by just paying some more attention to our figures. you can observe that the relation given in our exercise, 5 cases per 100 000 inhabitants, is already very close to a percentage format: we only need to divide by 1000, to get the "per 100" value. and we can mentally divide by 10, 100, 1000, etc. , in a very easy way, as you know, just moving the decimal point to the left, one place for each zero, so three times in this case, from 5 to 0. 005. 39

Last Update: 2021-03-24
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peter kasimsiman was once a submissive son to his parents. but losing his mother at a tender age, left him with an abusive father who only knew of tending to his carriage horse, brown beauty. peter is eager to win the love and attention of his indifferent tatay. but an unfortunate incident forces him to run away from home. his horrible life starts to change its course when he meets the nurturing haciendera helena who provides him shelter and unconditional affection he knew his father would never be able to give. helena teaches peter love and kindness, grooming him as the sole heir to the hacienda in the event of her death. albeit fueled with the guidance of the good-natured foster mother, who's known for her passionate concern for her employees, peter has an intolerable bad temper especially towards her mother's loyal servant, maita and the latter's beautiful and gifted daughter, samantha. peter's almost perfect life is threatened as people from the hacienda adore the beauty and goodwill of samantha. these include the estate's striking horse trainer, erickson, the good-looking veterinarian, dickson and even the trusted estate horse, sylvester. add the unwanted presence of his long-lost sister, peter's life seemed like an everyday living hell. little did peter know that diobayo, the goddess of horses, watches every move he makes as he grows oblivious to other people and the surrounding horses' needs. to teach peter a painful lesson, diobayo cursed him transforming him into the horse, petra, whenever he acts surly and proud. will peter choose to continue his grumpy personality? or will he be able to use his 'horse instinct' to change for the better

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tagpuan ng petrang kabayo

Last Update: 2018-04-12
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the three steps to the great success in the web development world there are three steps leading to great success. 1. creating great product. first and foremost, you need to have something useful and valuable to propose to the people out there. it can be a product or a service, but in either case it must be of great quality. another important factor is the ease of use. even a great product will bleed its value, if it’s difficult for people to use it. completing this first step is a great milestone, but you must not stop here as some web developers do. 2. writing great documentation. the second step is to write documentation for your product or service. just imagine that you are in a beautiful but unknown country. in order to see its sights you’ll need a guide to learn where they are, and a map showing you how to get there. the guide and the map from this example are much similar to your product’s documentation. 3. offering great support. lastly, you need to offer genuine support for your product or service. even with a good map and a proper guide at your disposal, there will be occasions where you’ll need guidance from real person to show you the right direction.

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Last Update: 2020-05-15
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