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split in (number or fraction)

1. To divide cleanly or evenly into some number or fraction of a whole. The mirror toppled over and split in three. OK, I want the class to split in eighths and come up with five different ways that energy is produced.
2. To divide someone or something cleanly into some number or fraction of a whole. With one mighty swing of his magical axe, the mighty Titan split the entire mountain in two. He split the pizza in six so everyone could have a slice.
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split into (number or fraction)

1. To divide cleanly or evenly into some smaller number of things. The mirror toppled over and split into three nearly identical shards. OK, I want the class to split into groups of eight and come up with five different ways that energy is produced.
2. To divide someone or something cleanly into some number or fraction of a whole. With one mighty swing of his magical axe, the Titan split the entire mountain into two. He split the pizza into six pieces so everyone could have a slice.
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Fractions 1, 2, 3 and 6 moderately inhibited the seed germination with EC50 values equaled 347, 505, 541.6 and 723.2 ug/ml, respectively.
The qualitative phytochemical analysis of the plant showed that tannins, alkaloids, quinines and coumarin were present in all fractions of the plant.
Addition of unit fractions is one of the important, yet more difficult, concepts for students to master initially.
The player in control (Player 1) decides whether players will create proper fractions greater than one-half or less than one-half for that round.
Results: Among total HPLC fractions (n = 30), 4 HPLC fractions of P.
This information will help the industry understand how pulse flour and fraction blends may be used together to achieve the viscosity required in formulating new products.
Figure 11 shows the predicted gel fraction (a) and crosslink density (b) of the ultrasonically decrosslinked XHDPE as a function of the treatment time at various bubble volume fractions of 0.33%, 0.67%, and 1.33% at an ultrasonic amplitude of 10 [micro]m and a hydrostatic pressure of 1 MPa.
Keywords: Mathematical Knowledge, Conceptual knowledge, fractions, trainee teachers.
Thus, this study was designed to evaluate the cytotoxicity of the fractions isolated from n-butanol part of CN flowers towards selected human malignant cell lines to determine the active fractions, elucidate the possible mechanisms of the cytotoxic effects of the tested fractions, and measure the immune toxicity of the fractions in vitro, so as to provide evidence for these fractions as potential antitumor agents.
The extracts and their fractions were concentrated by a rotary vacuum evaporator and kept at +4[degrees]C until tested.
Cupertino, CA, August 22, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Fractions aren't the easiest area of math to come to grips with.
glutinosa and further fractionated into three solvent to solvent fractions. The zebrafish (Danio rerio) embryos were treated with these extracts to explore the developmental toxicity.
Then, we provide the rationale for our focus on fractions. At the start, we note that many schools interpret the mandate of access to the general education curriculum as requiring students with disabilities to receive their instruction in the inclusive setting, alongside their classmates without disabilities, with the goal of ensuring exposure to the same high standards.