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http://www.readbookonline.net/readOnLine/661/ some one please explain the meaning to this short story

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okay, what it is saying is that yes you can be killed on a train but you can be killed doing nothing as well or doing anything for a matter ah fact and what it is mostly saying is that the man would rather die doing somthing he loved (tavling by trains even though some odd amount has been dead) than lieing in bed
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your welcome .... what grade are you in?

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im a junior
okay well im a freshmen and i need some help with math u good at math
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Part 1 Choose 3 of the polynomials from the list below and classify each one by degree and number of terms. (2 points each) 9x2yz 18x2 + 5ab – 6y 8a – 5 4x3 + 3x2 – x – 4 x + 2xyz 3x + y + z 2x3y + y2x – 3x + 4 6x2 Part 2 Explain whether the polynomials below are written in standard form. If not, use complete sentences to explain how to write the polynomial in standard form. (2 points each) 3a3b – 4ab2 + a2 –8x2y2 + 10xy4 – 6x2y
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polynomials written in standard form are written with terms descending in degree

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