How to use the Subjunctive in Spanish with an example?
The Spanish subjunctive is used to express doubt or uncertainty. The easiest way to remember how to conjugate for the subjuntivo is the: 'yo' form (aka I/me form). Start with the verb cantar, and switch to the yo form Canto. Then drop the o- cant then put the opposite ending of a- which is e onto the end of the verb. You are left with cante.
Develop a thesis statement that envelops your research topic on methane emissions from cattle.
A thesis statement is a statement that encompasses your topic and is the framework of your paper, it gently outlines what you are going to talk about. To write a proper thesis start with your topic + beliefs that you can support throughout your paper in each paragraph. Ex: Cattle methane emissions are rising due to the lack of more concentrates in feed diets as well as poor farming skills. Now your paper must focus on how concentrates and farming skills affect methane emissions
An equation y=2x+8 is shown on a graph, please find the y intercept.
To find a y intercept, you must first recognize that is where the point lies on the y-axis. For the point to exist on the y-axis, x must be zero. If you trace the x value zero up the graph you will see all values lie on y-axis. With this knowledge, plug in 0 for x. y=2(0)+8. You get y=0+8 or y=8. Therefore the y intercept is (0,8)