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On the back of your controller, find the tiny hole next to the L2 button. Use a pin or paperclip to poke in the hole. Push the button on the inside for a couple of seconds and then release. Connect your DualShock 4 controller to a USB cable that isRead More →

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Step 1: Find the Lowest Common Multiple (LCM) between the denominators. Step 2: Multiply the numerator and denominator of each fraction by a number so that they have the LCM as their new denominator. Step 3: Add or subtract the numerators and keep the denominator the same. What’s the denominatorRead More →

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If two or more players have the same hand the high card determines the winner. For straights or flushes, the highest top card is declared the winner. For one pair and two pair hands, the highest kicker wins. If players have the same 5-card hand, it is a tie andRead More →

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A linear pair can be defined as two adjacent angles that add up to 180° or two angles which when combined together form a line or a straight angle. Three angles can be supplementary, but not necessarily adjacent. For instance, angles in any triangle add up to 180° but theyRead More →

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Scissors. A pair of scissors is a classic example of Linear Pair of angles, where the flanks of scissors, which are adjacent to each other and have common vertex O, form an angle of 180 degrees. How do you write a linear pair? Linear Pair of Angles Examples Given thatRead More →

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​Nucleotide A nucleotide is the basic building block of nucleic acids. … A nucleotide consists of a sugar molecule (either ribose in RNA or deoxyribose in DNA) attached to a phosphate group and a nitrogen-containing base. The bases used in DNA are adenine (A), cytosine (C), guanine (G), and thymineRead More →

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We’ve got a German au pair for six months. They have an au pair living in. They left the au pair in charge of the children for a week. The au pair may have a different view of her status in the household than her employers do. Does an auRead More →

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A “full house” consists of three of a kind plus a pair. The hand above is called “kings full of tens” because the player has three kings and two tens. What poke hand comprises three of a kind and a pair? 4) Full House– This hand combination consists of aRead More →