Would listening to my own lines or filling in the blank work better for line memorization?
Both. Everyone learns differently and the more you use a technique the more youll find if it works for you. I tend to go back and forward between a learning technique and testing technique just as I do when Im trying to learn anything. So I might listen to my own voice reading a scene a few times then try to start filling in the blanks. Ill soon learn which lines Im having difficulty with and go back and learn those parts more thoroughly. To learn them more thoroughly I might sing them act them out sign them or just say them to my dog over and over. My dog thinks Im a weirdo but shell get over it. When Im feeling a little more confident Ill ask someone to run lines with me. Then go back and relearn the bits that Im stuck on. Some colleagues are able to just read their lines a few times and bam it lodged in their brain forever. I hate them. Just saying.
Can you add 5 odd numbers to get 30?
I originally wrote an answer how this was impossible (unlike the question _+_+_+_+_ = 3. How do you fill in the blanks using 1 3 5 7 9 11 or 13? question qid 271982 +_+_+_+_-3-How-do-you-fill-in-the-blanks-using-1-3-5-7-9-11-or-13 ) But I forgot about 3 not necessarily being even. In base 5 it is equivalent to 15 in base 1. So as another wrote it is the sum of 3 repeated 5 times. There is a problem though. What is 5? This does not exist in base 5. To answer the question this way we need to use a different number base for parts of the question which violates standard language badly. One never mixes number systems without specifying them but the question doesn't specify the number base which is why it is legitimate to use a different base. But using a mixed base means we are outside of standard language and once we are outside of standard language any answer bes possible. For example grapefruit. Why not? Simply define the original symbols to refer to a question with that answer. There are answers which do not violate this restriction that use a number base still odd larger than 5. Some Quorans apparently have a habit of changing questions in a way that makes some answers make no sense. For example below there are answers that refer to filling in the blanks which is a clear sign that the answer was not written for the question presently shown above which is Can you add 5 odd numbers to get 3? nThat is really a different question than the one involving filling in the blanks from a list of answers (or a set of answer symbols).
How would you define love?
The purest essence of love involves devotion. Devotion involves having profound dedication and attachment for another person this is the meaning of love. Relationships with love and devotion can transcend time and extremely difficult situations. When youve found love and devotion with someone in your past even if youve been apart for a long time due to circumstances beyond your control if you find each other again it would be like youve never been apart. This can ex why people separated for decades end up getting together and falling in love all over again. My view of love changed when I started working with patients in themunity as a Case Manager. Im sure I have seen glimpses of love when I was working in the hospital. But due to my immaturity especially when I was in my 2s and my misconception about the meaning of love I didn recognize it that often. Im so grateful for the changes Ive made in my career. Ive learned so many lessons about life and love. Although Ive met some miserable couples who despised each other Ive also gotten to know couples happily in love for over 6 years. I have often seen love and devotion in action Spouses and partners lovingly devoting their life to caring for their sick loved ones. Physicians lawyers corporate executives and other people giving up their successful careers to devote more time for caregiving and supporting their loved ones. Ex-husbands and ex-wives caring for their ex-spouses until death parts them. For these couples their divorces did not end their love they were there for their loved ones to the very end. nTrue love is not just about great romance or chemistry with someone. The meaning of love involves friends family members ex-spouses lovers partners and other people who truly love and devote themselves to their loved ones when they need love the most. Your love like your friends are people who are there for you no matter what happens. This is truly unconditional love. In my line of work I'm so grateful that I often see love in action. This involves people who continue to love each other through difficult situations including cancer and other catastrophic illnesses paralysis and other disabilities psychiatric and neurological issues loss of bladder and bowel control hearing loss and blindness as well as other loss of function. True love transcends time and difficult situations. If youre only looking for great romance or chemistry youre risking your heart for something that probably will not last.
Mathematical Puzzles: What is () + () + () = 30 using 1,3,5,7,9,11,13,15?
My question had been merged with another one and as a result I have added the previous answer to the present one. Hopefully this provides a clearer explanation. italic Just using the numbers given there it's not possible because odd + odd = even even + odd = odd. 3 is an even number the answer of 3 odd numbers must be odd it's a contradiction. If what people say is then the question is wrongly phrased its any number of operations within those three brackets must lead to 3. Then it bes a lot easier. Such as 15 + 7 + (7 + 1). That would give 3. But it assumes something that the question does not state explicitly and cannot be done that way. I still stick to my first point it can't be done within the realm of math and just using three numbers if not then the latter is a way to solve it. EDIT This question hase up many times Any odd number can be expressed as the following Let n m p math be an odd number n = 1 (mod math 2) m = 1 (mod math 2) p = 1 (mod math 2) math n+m+p = 1 + 1 + 1 (mod math 2) math Let's call n+m+p math as x math = x = 3 (mod math 2) math Numbers in modulo n can be added I'll write a small proof for it below a = b (mod math n) c = d (mod math n) math a+c = b+d (mod math n) math We can rewrite b math and d math in the following way n | (b - a) = b-a = n*p math (for some integer p) b = a + np math b = a + np d = c + nq math b + d = a + np + c + nq math b+d = a + c + n(p + q) math Now we have shown that our result is moving forward 3 = 1 (mod math 2) math x = 1 (mod math 2) math Therefore the sum of three odd numbers can never be even. It will always be congruent to 1 in mod 2. (This was what I wrote for a merged answer). italic Modular arithmetic s - Link on modular arithmetic the basic operations. Modular multiplicative inverse s - The multiplicative inverse in modular operations. Congruence relation s Fermat's little theorem s%27s_little_theorem Modular exponentiation s - As title suggests. Good luck!