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  • 5 years ago

write two phrases for each expression 563+72

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  1. anonymous
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    What do you mean two phrases?

  2. anonymous
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    Idk what that means to

  3. anonymous
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    Now i do they want us to write like ( the sum of 23 is 23 like that

  4. anonymous
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    A phrase is a grammatical thing

  5. anonymous
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    Courtesy of wikipedia: It everyday speech, a phrase may refer to any group of words. In linguistics, a phrase is a group of words which form a constituent and so function as a single unit in the syntax of a sentence. A phrase is lower on the grammatical hierarchy than a clause[1]. For example, the house at the end of the street is a phrase. It acts like a noun. It can further be broken down into two shorter phrases functioning as adjectives: at the end and of the street, a shorter prepositional phrase within the longer prepositional phrase. At the end of the street could be replaced by an adjective such as nearby: the nearby house or even the house nearby. The end of the street could also be replaced by another noun, such as the crossroads to produce the house at the crossroads. Most phrases have an important word defining the type and linguistic features of the phrase. This word is the head of the phrase and gives its name to the phrase category[2]. For example the phrase the massive dinosaur is a noun phrase because its head word (dinosaur) is a noun. The head can be distinguished from its dependents (the rest of the phrase other than the head) because the head of the phrase determines many of the grammatical features of the phrase as a whole.

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    If I understand correctly: 563 is a prime number... you can't analyze him any further using integers... So \[563+72=563+9*8\] Was that helpful?

  7. anonymous
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    yes and thanks

  8. radar
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    Are you wanting two phrases for the expression show? Are were there others you did not list?

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