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Aug
8
comment “numbers who have” vs. “number who has”
Oh yeah. That works much better. :D
Aug
8
accepted Question mark or period?
Aug
8
comment “numbers who have” vs. “number who has”
Thanks, @Elendi. It did get rid of the green line. But it's too wordy for me. And that isn't really how math people write (or think). The number itself is an object (albeit, an abstract one) and we dealing with numbers, regardless of whether they represent people, cars or cats, etc.
Aug
8
asked “numbers who have” vs. “number who has”
Mar
20
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
1
awarded  Autobiographer
Jan
1
revised Can you make this sentence clear?
Still tweaking the wording in my syllabus, so I keep changing it here. :D
Jan
1
accepted Can you make this sentence clear?
Jan
1
revised Can you make this sentence clear?
Added the result
Dec
30
revised Can you make this sentence clear?
made better tags
Dec
30
revised Can you make this sentence clear?
added 194 characters in body
Dec
30
comment Is “Perl Monger” derogatory when used by non Perl programmers?
As a former programmer myself, I would like to second @Mal's opinion.
Dec
30
asked Can you make this sentence clear?
Aug
29
comment Alternatives of 'a snowball's chance in hell'
@GMB That may be, but why? Idioms are so much fun!
Jul
8
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Jul
7
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Jul
7
comment Why is this a fragment?
All of your answers make clear that MS Word is being a little too grammatically precise (I'll bet you never thought you'd hear a math teacher complain about being "too precise", huh?). Shoe's answer also included the "no need to avoid the fragment". I will leave the sentence as is.
Jul
7
accepted Why is this a fragment?
Jul
7
comment Why is this a fragment?
@RegDwigнt, I gave you one upvote. But only because the site won't let me give you two (or three). MS Word is a tool (and I would like back the 30 minutes I spent agonizing over whether this would be an embarrassing question to post).
Jul
7
revised Why is this a fragment?
edited title