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Does the query [windows], English (US) has two dominant interpretations: the operating system and the windows in a home?
Weegy: Each query has a task language and task location. All queries have a Task language and Task location. You must use the Task language and Task location to understand the context of the query. [ [ Users in different parts of the world have different expectations for the same query terms. Imagine the user typing in the following query and what they would be looking for ] (More)
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Ratings for high quality pages should all get the same rating. For example, a high quality page for a common interpretation of the query should get the same rating as a high quality page for a minor interpretation of the query?
Weegy: True User: Which of the following is an example of a navigation query? Answer Choices (A) [San Francisco weather], English (US) (B) [weather.com], English (US) (C) [San Francisco weather weather.com], English (US) (D) [average temperature in San Francisco in July], English (US)? Weegy: (D) Each query has a task language and task location. All queries have a Task language and Task location. You must use the Task language and Task location to understand the context of the query. [ [ Users in different parts of the world have different expectations for the same query terms. Imagine the user typing in the following query and what they would be looking for. ] ] User: Which of the following is an example of a navigation query? Answer Choices (A) [San Francisco weather], English (US) (B) [weather.com], English (US) (C) [San Francisco weather weather.com], English (US) (D) [average temperature in San Francisco in July], English (US) (More)
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Should [delta airlines], English (US), http://www.delta.com/ and http://www.delta.com/home/index.jsp both get a Vital rating?
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