reply to post by boncho
That is odd..... in 12.... the number in the one's place is a one. That's very odd.
First and foremost, the apostrophe should NEVER EVER EVER be used to show a plural (that is, any naming word [a noun] with –s on the end). For example, noodles, chocolates, flowers. This is also true of numbers and dates – tens, hundreds, thousands (10s, 100s, 1000s; 60s, 1840s, etc.).
The –s is added to show that there is more than one of that particular thing, end of. No apostrophe needed, thanks.
The ONLY time you add an apostrophe to a plural noun is if you’re showing possession. [...] 4)
number 20 is a damn trick question, and the damn triangle isnt even a right angle, what a crap test
x's line is smaller then the bottom line, therefore is less than 3, but the solution is 4, wtfedit on 17-12-2013 by ntfpdx because: (no reason given)
This reminds me of why I hate teachers and the public school system…
"Because the number in the one's place is even"
(Because even is even?)
A correct answer that shows the author knows the difference between even and odd would be "2,4,6,8,-0 in the ones place denotes it is even."
… besides that though, here is my gripe!!!"
First off, you have questions-
…which are unrelated. Therefore if question 7 is a continuation of question 6, it needs to be marked as 6(b). Otherwise, how is the student to know what the question is referring to? Either it's referring to 1-6 or simply 6, in which case 6(b) would clarify that.
edit on 16-12-2013 by boncho because: (no reason given)edit on 16-12-2013 by boncho because: (no reason given)