x(y ÷3)^2; use x = 4, and y=9
Yes he did
there are written books, outside of the Bible, that talk about Jeaus Christ. The thing that eludes historians is the deeds he did, the blind man, being God's son, ect ect. In the end Jeaus was real and was nailed to a Cross along with many many others
explanation: we can only guess at how our actions may be perceived in the future. doing something really big like killing lots of people, saving lots of people, affecting the lives of lots of people is a sure fire way of being remembered in historical records. we can also make a difference in the history records by being a small influence on something bigger, whether that is as a civil servant, scientist or artist.
of course you could argue that we all affect history just as tiny cogs in a bigger machine.
if you mean how do people influence our opinions of things which have already happened, then simply by writing a book which looks at things form a different perspective and trying to convince people that this perspective is more accurate or truthful. people do it all the time i.e. richard the third was a terrible or was he? plenty would disagree, it's just that their views aren't the most widely known.n:
as the person below or above me i agree the tone of voice of the itnerview can very well influecne he or she to pick one more over that the infleuncer would pick