how to explain 9-11 to third graders?

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Maybe, but, it's more likely related to additional mental problems. First realize that the thinking patterns of todays youth is so much different than that of 20 years ago. Their concept of murder is different than yours and mine are. Our beloved America has many problems today. Our children are ...

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Ha ha, I love that! There is also "are you smarter than a third grader " now . I love this one - are you smarter than a fifth grader and you can win stuff too, so enjoy.

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Answered: What is the answer to 150,000,000 divided by 11.210

Just in case you want a few more decimal places- 13380909.901873327386262265834077
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A third-degree burn is referred to as a full thickness burn. This type of burn destroys the outer layer of skin (epidermis) and the entire layer beneath (or dermis). Third degree burns are the most serious of burns and require immediate treatment . Immerse the burned area in cold water. Although you ...

Explain 8/9c

This is totally nonsense. You cannot explain it as 8 eastern/ 9 central when eastern is always 1 hour ahead of central. There is no such thing as 8/9c. It should be 9/8c where it is 9 eastern/8 central.

Can anybody explain me the difference between A GREAT DEAL OF and PLENTY

It's basically a question of level of language: "a great deal of" (more formal English); "plenty of" (colloquial English).

What is the third lutheran council in the 11th century

You mean Lateran named for the church in which the bishops met. Lutheran is derived from Luther who came much later and protested corruption in the church. Anyhoe, the following should give you a good start: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Third_Council_of_the_Lateran