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• ### Number one problem facing America?

What do you guys think is the number one problem facing America?

I think it's economic illiteracy

8 AnswersPolitics7 years ago
• ### Is my conversion to a 4.0 gpa scale correct?

I know there are many questions regarding this topic but I just couldn't resolve my confusion after viewing them. My GPA on a 4.33 scale is 3.5825. When I convert this to a 4.0 scale it apparently, if I calculated accurately, is 3.309. I used this page's answers to conduct my calculation: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=200809... Am I correct?

1 AnswerOther - Education9 years ago
• ### Is it possible that I've broken my toe?

I hurt it 4 or 5 days ago. There was considerable swelling the day after I hurt it and it substantially pained me, although I could still, with difficulty, walk on it. In the following days the swelling subdued nicely; although I think there might still be a tiny bit of swelling left, and the pain gradually disappeared. I could walk more easily and my toe was feeling better. However today I accidentally hit my toe and I've had a bit of a relapse. I can still walk and put a bit of pressure on it, but I hear cracking when I gently bend my toe up or down. Just wanted to know If I've broken it or that this is a stupid unnecessary question and that it's a minor injury that will heal with time. thanks :D

2 AnswersInjuries9 years ago
• ### 5'9 1/2 to 5'10 19 years old?

I'm nearing 19 years old and currently am at a height of 5 foot 9 and a half or 5 foot 10. I realize genes are a major factor in the determination of your final height, but is it possible that I will reach 5'11, or maybe more unrealistically, even higher if I eat well, get sufficient sleep and do certain stretches or exercises; or is it unlikely? My Dad is around 5 foot 7 or 8, my mom is 5 foot - 5 foot 1, and my brother is a shade below 6 foot or right on the mark. Thanks

3 AnswersMen's Health9 years ago