Then post the question and ask us about it. :-D
81 is what % of 2700? Let's look at all the words. 81 is a number, so we don't have to change that. "Is" means "=" "What" is the question word. So we can put a question mark. "?" % is "divided by 100." "/100."...
You'll have to look at table 1.1 to start. Then look at those web sites and answer the questions. It sounds like your teacher forgot to give you the book where table 1.1 is located? Or he forgot to copy it. Ask for it then go from there.
4th grade math
Is there a number missing in the last one?
Why the parties? I am not familiar with the book, but think you might get better replies from someone who is familiar with it if you explain why.
A translation page won't help you. Don't think in English first. That is a big mistake. Write what you think is correct in Spanish then go from there.
Agreed. I did not read past the first few words because of that.
Are you sure you are not asking about ecumenism? That sounds more in line with your question.
"And" would also make sense, but "but" is more logical.
1st sentence is unclear. It sounds like you mean to ask: Do you have to take a make-up exam in June if you fail a subject? OR If you fail a subject in June, do you have to take a make-up exam? Putting "in June" at the end confuses what happens in June. (The failing o...