Answer: A student read half as many books during month B as she read during month A, and three times as many books during month C as she read during month B. If she read six books during month C, how many books did she read during month A?
Answer: Yes, if you enjoy a good story and have a good imagination. Because you can picture the things in a book with your own minds eye. Yeah I think books are better because you can bring them anywhere. Also you can write your own book.
If u want to borrow a book library would be good want to buy one there are lots of different book shops but my opinion Barnes and nobles would be the best u can get lots of cheap ones u can visit the website Barnes&Nobles.com
Answer: You can buy books on CDs (or audiobooks) online at sites like Audible or WHSmith. You can also get them from local high street stores such as Waterstones and 1st Stop Stationers. They are also available to be bought and even rented from the local library.
Answer: There are 30 different combinations if the order in which the books were chosen counts, so a set of book A and book B is considered different from a set of book B and book A.There are 15 different combinations if it does not matter in which order the books were chosen, so a set of book A and book B is considered the same as a set of book B and book A.
Answer: Cost varies hugely by the fact if an item is required or for amusement purposes. Education books are a requirement and students have no choice but to buy them. Book making companies see this as a easy way to make money. Closest example to education books would be gasoline.
Answer: There is not much of a difference as far as the book itself goes. Both are stories, both are written with the best grammar and vocabulary (hopefully, of course); it is only the actual story that makes the difference, and even then, there is often not much of one.