It means that there is more than one correct answer and you are to put a check mark next to all of the correct ones.
What are some steps you might take after coming to a solution Check all that apply
For any item to "apply" means it has some truth or bearing on THAT specific situation. So if a job application asks for shifts of hours you can work, it might have 3 that do NOT apply to you and 2 that DO apply to you. However, if I was filling out the same application, all of them might be okay (might apply) to me and my situation. Tests often assess how much you know on a topic--or can be trick questions, too. "Check all that apply" means to look for and check what is TRUE for that question or topic. As an example: Which of these states border the Pacific Ocean Check all that apply-- A North Carolina B Florida C Washington D Oregon E California You would then choose the ones that are "true" for this question.
"Truth in time tells all" means that after time, you will get the answers you need.
The legend on a map is the box in one of the corners that tells you what all the symbols mean
A and C
It tells you what the center of all the numbers is.
check their website ... it tells u all
I think restrictions apply. Check with your bank.