How do pronouns differ in English and Russian?
While there are three groups of pronouns in both English and Russian (personal: I; third person: he, she, it and collective: you, we, they) the verbs that accompany said pronounce only variate slightly in English when used in the same tense. Example: I (we, you, they) eat, She (he, it) eats. In Russian however even when used in the same tense verbs will still variate depending on the pronoun accompanying it. Example: Я ем (I eat); Ты ешь (You eat); Он, она, оно ест (He, She, It eats); Вы едите (You eat plural); Мы едим (We eat); Они едят (They eat).
10^2 * 10^6 + 10^8 = ?
10^2 * 10^6 = 10^(2+6)=10^8 10^8 + 10^8 = (10+10)^8=20^8
Why do car windshields getting cracked at the bottom during winter times?
Often people not used to colder climates switch on the heater inside the vehicle before cleaning up the snow of the car windows. Temperature differential between the heat inside the cabin and the cold of the snow on top of it adds large amount of stress on the preexisting imperfections in curved front window and hence the crack is created