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micahpkay Group Title

Can someone please simplify this sentence? Apply strategies for self-improvement based on individual strengths and needs. Thanks, ~Micah K.

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  1. micahpkay Group Title
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    This is the context: Apply strategies for self-improvement based on individual strengths and needs. I will score 25 goals in the soccer game. Yes No All of my questions are based on this question, but since I can't understand the sentence, that means I can't answer any of the questions. :(

    • one year ago
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    your goal is to make 25 points in a game.

    • one year ago
  3. micahpkay Group Title
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    Okay. But what does the sentence "Apply strategies for self-improvement based on individual strengths and needs" mean??

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  4. micahpkay Group Title
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    And how do "Yes" and "No" have anything to do with it??

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  5. cantthink96 Group Title
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    thats vvhats complicated, i can help you understand apply strategies, hovv can you make yourself better? VVhat are you good at? maybe you're quick on your feet but your not good at plans.

    • one year ago
  6. micahpkay Group Title
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    Okay. So what would the answer be to that question? I am not trying to cheat. I am just trying to understand.

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    the yes no question?

    • one year ago
  8. micahpkay Group Title
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    Yes.

    • one year ago
  9. cantthink96 Group Title
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    thats the question that isn't a question you can't give an ansvver to vvhat is nary a question. Unless you're disagreeing vvith it. Open study is a vvebsite that helps students. Yes no

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  10. micahpkay Group Title
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    ??

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  11. cantthink96 Group Title
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    i"m saying its improbable, it doesn't make sense.

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  12. micahpkay Group Title
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    The question? Or me?

    • one year ago
  13. micahpkay Group Title
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    It is a statement. Not a question. My bad.

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  14. micahpkay Group Title
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    I must either agree or disagree with the statement, but I don't even know what it is saying!

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  15. micahpkay Group Title
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    I don't even know what it means!!

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  16. micahpkay Group Title
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    :(

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  17. cantthink96 Group Title
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    It is saying are you likely to make 25 points in a soccer game vvith your current skills vvhyy or vvhy not vvhat can you do to improve your skills.

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  18. micahpkay Group Title
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    So I basically need to determine if the person already has the skills to complete that task?

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  19. micahpkay Group Title
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    @Skyz

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  20. cantthink96 Group Title
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    yes and vvhat can be done to make it better or done at all

    • one year ago
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    or maybe the question is trying to ask if strategies for self improvement is applicable for the statement above?

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