Do you have to be 18?
1: You can vote for presidential elections.. 2: You can buy guns (handguns when you turn 21).. 3: You can live on your own.
When you turn 18 and get out of high school you should get into collage.
I assume you are asking what is 18 percent of 8.00. If so, multiply 8.00 by .18 to find the answer. (8.00 x .18 = 1.44)
17 years is a teenager and It over 16 years old. 18 years old is a young adult you can do any thing you want
The 18th President of the United States was Ulysses S. Grant from March 4, 1869 to March 4, 1877
you can do most things you want, as long it is legal. ANTHING at 21+.
In Mississippi 10-18 means is there any radio traffic for me. It may be different from state to state so you can Google law enforcement 10 codes in your state to find out what it means.
If the children voted, they may make the wrong decision and the person they vote for may turn the area into a disaster if that person is elected. When you are 18, you will understand who and why you are voting for that person.
You can do most things that an adult can do. But you are NOT responsible for your actions and your debts until you turn twenty-one.
When you're 18 most people finish college and they say they are gonna move out.
It was the 2007 New England Patriots overall record (Regular Season 16-0 + Playoffs 2-1).
Depends on which country you're in. In the US, cigarettes, Title 1 rifles and shotguns, and pornographic material are among the things you must be 18 or older to purchase.
Depends on where you live. In the US, at 18, you can: . Vote . Get an unrestricted drivers licence . Purchase a Title 1 long gun firearm . Join the military . Move out of your parents' home . Write your own permission slips to be absent from school (if you're still in high school) . Buy ci…garettes . Purchase pornographic magazines and films (MORE)
You Are Exactly: 65700 Days Old On Your 18th Birthday! . 6570...also there is an extra day every 4 years... so either 6574 or possibly 6573, also if you were born on February 29 you would be 26298 days old on your "18th Birthday" (72 years)
Eighteen could be broken down to 10 and 8 So, if you are adding 18+18 then you could convert it into 10+10+8+8 20+16= 36 18 + 18= 36
The factors of 18 are 1, 2, 3, 6, 9, and 18. The factor pairs of 18are 1x18, 9x2, and 6x3. 1, 2, 3, 6, 9, 18.
Without parental consent, yes. You can actually get a passport long before you turn 18, but it will require your parents to process it for you. Once you're 18, you can do it entirely on your own.
You don't have to do anything, but you can... 1. Buy tobacco 2. Change your name 3. Get a tattoo 4. Get a piercing 5. Buy spray paint 6. Work more hours 7. Sue someone 8. Be sued 9. Purchase liquid white out 10. Pawn something 11. Get married 12. Get divorced 13. Adopt a… child 14. Be on Jerry Springer 15. Go on Cruise 16. Buy a lottery ticket 17. Get a hotel room 18. Call some "900" numbers 19. Go to a night club 20. Get a Sam's club membership 21. Skydive 22. Sign legal documents 23. Gamble 24. Get a blockbuster membership 25. Get a loan 26. Buy insurance 27. Donate blood 28. Enlist in the military 29. Rent a movie 30. Get a non-prepaid cell phone 31. Sign a legal contract 32. Begin earning credit 33. Smoke a cigarette 34. Chew tobacco 35. Move out of the parental units house 36. Get paid more 37. Go to an adult jail 38. Be convicted as an adult 39. Become an undercover cop 40. Work full-time 41. Become a flight attendant 42. Purchase Nicorette gum 43. Purchase "the patch" 44. Drive any time of day 45. Visit a porn site 46. Visit a porn store 47. Become a stripper 48. Work in an alcohol serving establishment 49. Work in bar 50. Get a bar tending license 51. Work at Wal*Mart0 52. Get a business license 53. Go to a strip club 54. Work in a strip club 55. Work in a night club 56. Vote 57. Pay a utility bill 58. Open a savings account 59. Open a checking account 60. Obtain a credit card 61. Enter a contest 62. Enter a sweepstakes 63. Buy a monkey (w/ a license) 64. Open an eBay account 65. Carry a weapon (w/ a license) 66. Order something off T.V. 67. Open your own AOL account 68. Write a check 69. Operate machinery at work 70. Become a mentor 71. Go bungee jumping 72. Work at a gas station 73. See a doctor on your own 74. Get a different type of driver's license 75. Rent a port-a-potty 76. Get the water bill in your name 77. Lease an apartment 78. Rent a house 79. Finance a car 80. Be a manager 81. Deliver newspapers for the Tampa Tribune 82. Sign yourself out of school 83. Work practically anywhere 84. Start your own business 85. Cash a savings bond 86. Buy nitrous oxide 87. Give a lap dance 88. Get a lap dance 89. Rent a post office box 90. Drive a company vehicle 91. Drive an ice cream truck 92. Buy a house 93. Breaks at work are no longer required. 94. Start a 401k plan 95. Apply for benefits at work 96. Receive more responsibility/stress/advantages 97. Pay taxes 98. Get a PayPal account 99. Make your own decisions 100. Have the freedom and independence you didn't have before Note: These are all based on the laws of Florida at the time this was first written, your state or country's laws may vary. (MORE)
Yes it is an 18 it is editied in soe countries because of some material is has in the film. In most cinemas it will be an 18................so beware!!!
18 can be made in the following ways:. 1+17 . 2+16 . 3+15 . 4+14 . 5+13 . 6+12 . 7+11 . 8+10 . 9+9
18 + 24 + 18 = 60/3 = 20 The average of the three numbers is therefore 20.
Most people in America either begin college when they are 18 or 19 depending on there birthday, though some choose to postpone there college education and start older then 18 or 19.
Since minus a negative is the same as a plus, then 18 - (-18) is the same as 18+18 = 36
Because that's a part of life. You Have to be 18 so u can vote, drive, etc.
For me, it was 1998 - 1999. If you're 18 now, you were born in either 1993 or 1994, depending on your exact date of birth.
No. Oxygen always has 8 protons. Oxygen 18 has 8 protons and 10 neutrons (8 + 10 = 18)
It contains a lot of adult content although the 18 rating meansnothing as the series is like an exact replica of teenage life.
Yes, but with severe limitations. If you're looking at driving something like a Class 6 or 7 single axle truck within your home state, you might be able to find a job doing that. If you're looking to get into tractor-trailers, your chances aren't looking so great. To be able to haul commerce interst…ate, and/or get a hazmat endorsement, you must be 21 years of age. At 18, you could only operate a commercial vehicle within your home state - problem is, local companies don't have the means to train new drivers - they require experience. The only companies which really train new drivers are your major entry level interstate carriers such as Stevens Transport, Swift Transportation, Schneider National, etc. Most of them won't hire anyone under 23, and, even those that do still require you to be 21. (MORE)
as there will be a lot more blood to spill and the graphics are so much better so that you can see everything (literally everything) plus the hidden blade is a lot better and young kids will try to immitate it and build their own ( i already tried it didnt work.
Yes, with limitations. You can't operate a commercial vehicle outside of your home state (the state which issued your licence) or obtain a hazardous materials endorsement until you're 21.
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when trying to find factors always start dividing with a low number. start with 2. 18/2 = 9 (remember 2 is a factor) 9/2 = 4.5 (cant use this.. now go to three) 9/3 = 3 (remember 3 is a factor) 3/2 = 1.5 (cant use this) 3/3 = 1 (once you get to one you have finished) 2 * 3 * 3 = 18
To get a percentage you have to have two numbers to compare, like18 out of 100, or 18 out of 37 or basically 18 out of anything. butyou can't make 18 into a percentage all by itself. To convert 18 to percent multiply by 100: 18 Ã 100 = 1,800%
Too much to carry in your pocket comfortably. Exchange the 18 quarters and 15 of the dimes for six dollar bills. $6.30
Blood and gore Strong language and dark themes that might not do well with kids
First, there is just shy of a 20% difference in your ages. Although 3 years is not much difference, say, for 30 year olds, it is a big difference for teenagers. The two have different experiences in life and differences in what they have had time to learn. The second issues involves legal issues:… if the two are intimate, there could be all kinds of legal woes, including the possibility of imprisonment for the 18 year old in some states. (MORE)
18 to Life is about a teenage couple who decide to get married at 18, despite their parents disapproval. The show covers several problems they face and how they solve it as well as the developing relationship between their parents.
Of course. Though you could say a senior teenager by that age. In addition 18, in many countries, is when people reach their majority and become adults with all the duties and responsibilities of an adult.
Because it's the largest number that can go into both of those numbers evenly with no remainder.
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2, 3, 6, 9 * * * * * 1 and 18 are also factors.
A gigabyte is one of the memory potentials of storage devices. 1000 megabytes makes a gigabyte. Thus, 18 gigabytes is equal to 18000 megabytes. The common abbreviation for gigabytes is "GB"..
No. An irrational number cannot be expressed as a/b where a and b are integers, b not zero. 18 = 18/1 = 36/2 = -36/-2 etc.
It is a large hangar (#18), at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, inwhich aircraft are stored, Further, it is believed by some, thatparts of or even an entire alien ship, that was said to havecrashed in Roswell, New Mexico is or has been housed there.
18*1=18 18*2=36 18*3=54 18*4=72 18*5=90 18*6=108 18*7=126 18*8=144 18*9=162 18*10=180 18*11=198 18*12=210 18*13=228 18*14=246 18*15=270 18*16=288 18*17=306 18*18=324
An 18 subwoofer is a subwoofer measuring 18 inches. A subwoofer is a loudspeaker dedicated to enhancing the sound of bass. You can learn more about subwoofers online at the Wikipedia website.
There are a few different factors of 18. They include 1, 2, 3, 6, 9and 18.
1, 2, 3, 6, 9, 18 because those are the only integers that divide into 18 evenly with no remainder.
18 = 1 x 18, 2 x 9, 3 x 6, 6 x 3, 9 x 2, 18 x 1.
No, when you turn 18 you are legally an adult. Regardless if youare living with your parents are not you are granted fullcitizenship at that age.