When asked if the procedure of filing FIRs was easy, 24pc strongly
disagreed, 8pc somewhat disagreed, 38pc were neutral, 9pc somewhat agreed and 20pc strongly
agreed, 57 agreed, 12 disagreed, and 2 strongly
disagreed for stopwatch; and 92 strongly
agreed, 58 agreed, 6 disagreed, and 5 strongly
disagreed for timer.
agreed that obesity is associated with serious medical condition.
7% of the students were strongly
disagreed with this statement that ODL can develop or contribute in community development, 8% were disagreed,12.
agree that fund should be immediately used for the benefit of the coconut farmers and the coconut industry
Patients who strongly
agreed with two or more statements also experienced physical and emotional consequences of surgical outcomes that extended well beyond the scope of the procedure to affecting five key areas of personal well-being.
Its tech-savvy militants express these ideals not strongly
but savagely by breaking the civilized rules that still govern the world and using the very technology of progress to broadcast their barbarism across the hated West.
In the first year of Obama's presidency, the percentages of Americans who had strong views about the job he was doing were essentially tied, but the strongly
negative responses now significantly outweigh the strongly
Among age groups, 35-44 year olds are the most upset by format change — 89% agree that a format change by a station they like upsets them and 55% agree strongly
Read the five statements below and then select the response that best describes how strongly
you agree or disagree with each.
Some 53% of hospitals disagreed it would (33% disagreed and a further 20% strongly
33), respectively, strongly
agreed, agreed, and disagreed.
com)-- When asked for an opinion on whether the news media did an excellent job at informing viewers regarding the recent election, almost a quarter of Americans strongly
disagree with that statement.
Beineke and Hegde  call a graph with p vertices strongly
multiplicative if the vertices of G can be labeled with distinct integers 1, 2, .
Levine (1960) introduced strongly
continuous functions in the widely read Classroom Notes section of the American Mathematical Monthly.