Other

Which is correct, I have shook hands with him or I have shaken hands?

Which is correct, I have shook hands with him or I have shaken hands?

Which one is correct – ‘I have shook hands with him.’ OR ‘I have shaken hands with him.’ ‘I shook’ would be acceptable, but ‘I have shook’ is not correct grammar. – Kate Bunting Jan 27 ’17 at 9:09

Is the word’shake’the same as’shake hands’?

(I’m referring to the slang usage, wherein to evade is to “shake” someone/thing–this has expanded in form over time to different conjugations of the same root–as both verb/adjective; and the other denotation being an adjective for an emotional or physical state.) To be shook up or shaken up have the same meaning.

What’s the difference between ” shook ” and ” shaken “?

You also have to be careful because “shook” and “shaken” have other connotations, not far off from the original meaning.

Which one is correct – ‘I have shook hands with him.’ OR ‘I have shaken hands with him.’ ‘I shook’ would be acceptable, but ‘I have shook’ is not correct grammar. – Kate Bunting Jan 27 ’17 at 9:09

How many people can you shake hands with in a diagonal?

With respect to the handshake scenario a diagonal is a handshake with everyone except yourself and the two people adjacent to you. Thus person A cannot shake hands with himself, or persons B and C. This would imply that you have n people minus the three non-handshakes, i.e., n – 3.

How are the letters represented in a handshake?

Each handshake will be represented by a pair of letters. For example, AB represents students A and B shaking hands, CF represents student C and F shaking hands. Do we need to represent BA? [No since AB and BA are the same two students shaking hands.] If students are careful and do the handshake representation in order they should not miss any.

What is the formula for the handshake problem?

Let’s look at the problem in the context of handshakes. When we were investigating people it was clear that person A shakes hands with everyone except himself, which was represented by n – 1. Thus the formula was 2 ( )( −1) = n n Total number of handshakes .