a man a plan a canal panama?
um im doing a homwork assinment and i really dont understand it.
the questions are: who was the president at the time that sentance became famouse?(A MAN A PLAN A CANAL PANAMA)
what is special about the sentance?
this sentance is an english representashion of what mathmatical thing?
so if you know the answer to any of these questions please let me know. thanks soooo much
every answer helps
o and i need this done by tomorrow
so if you could answer as soon as possible
- 5 years agoFavorite Answer
the sentence is a palindrome which is now also accepted as a mathematical term which means "a number or word that reads the same way from right to left as it does left to right."
would the president perhaps be theodore roosevelt? wasnt he the one who somehow urged Panama (with a deal i dont quite recall) for the US to have access to panama canal (naval strategy)? it could also be jimmy carter because i think it was he who signed the panama canal treaty. i'm not really sure though if those were also the time that the sentence become famous.
- BookbinderLv 75 years ago
The sentence is a palindrome. A palindrome is a word, phrase, or sentence that reads the same when it is read backwards or forwards. Examples:
Madam, I'm Adam
Able was I ere I saw Elba [supposed to have been said by Napoleon Bonaparte.]