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Do you know where to draw the line when it comes to disrespectful?
Many parents don’t know where to draw the line when it comes to their child’s disrespectful behavior. When their teen or pre-teen is mildly rebellious, it frightens them. Parents would say to me, “If I don’t stop my teen’s eye-rolling, next she’ll be telling me to f-off.”
What do you say when your child crosses the line?
If you’ve noticed that your child has already crossed the line and is behaving in an increasingly disrespectful manner, you can say: “Look, there’s a line that I think you’re crossing when you talk to us. If you want to roll your eyes and say ‘Whatever,’ that’s fine with me.
Do you feel good when you help others?
The Art of Helping Others (and How to Avoid Resentment) You feel good when you can help others. But what happens when all that helping becomes too much and you start resenting the people you’re serving or the act of serving? You feel good when you can help others.
How can I take advantage of others?
There are many ways people can take advantage of others. It’s important that we make this a matter of prayer, asking the Lord to show us what He wants us to do. He will give us wisdom to recognize genuine need and discern between an opportunity and a distraction ( James 1:5 ).
Is it necessary to connect any dots when constructing a best-fit line?
It is not necessary to connect any dots when you are constructing a best-fit line. You can also download and print a single sheet for constructing a best fit line with the area method (Acrobat (PDF) 33kB Sep10 08) or the dividing method (Acrobat (PDF) 34kB Sep10 08).
How do you interpret the center of a line?
There are three points that are really close to the line, so do your best. Place an x (or a + or a dot) in your interpretation of the center of the data on either side of the line. Your x marks may not be in exactly the same place as mine – that’s okay, we all see things slightly different. They shouldn’t be too far off though.
How do you draw a line between two even sized areas?
Draw a line that divides the area that encloses the data in two even sized areas. In other words, bisect the area with a line that goes from one edge of the plot to the other. The second method involves dividing data into two equal groups, approximating the center of each group and constructing a line between the two centers.