In the sentence their ids were on the table, should ids be spelled as ids or id's?
Are you talking about "ids" as in identification cards, or "ids" as in the psychological id, ego and super ego?
Identification cards: "Their IDs were on the table." Capitalise "ID" because it's an acronym.
Psychological id: "Their ids were on the table."
Apostrophe-s is used to form a possessive, not to pluralise a word.
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