multiply mph by 1.609 to get km/h.
for a quick mental calculation, multiply mph by one and a half. using this method, 60 mph -> 90 km/h (where the exact conversion would be 96.56 km/h).
if you have your speed in km/h and want mph, divide instead of multiplying.
you can also type the conversion directly into some search engines like google. for example "80 mph to km/h".
meaning any number that cannot be written as a fraction, decimal that does not repeat or terminate.
in the printing and publishing business, writing is called "all caps", and can be referred to as "unicase". in everyday use, however, it is call bad manners.
a mathematical element that when added to another numeral makes the same numeral
the answer depends on what he ellipsis represents.
187 ml = about 6.32 fluid ounces.
1g = 1000mg
0.3g = 300mg
pretty much it means you take 2 and multiply it by two
or for example; 3 to the second power is 3 multiplied by three
pretty much the number multiplied by itself
100cm = 1m
1cm = 1/100m
216cm = 216/100m = 2.16m
46 kg = 101.412641 lbs
an infinite number if you can use positive and negative numbers.
a process column is a vertical cylinder in which a reaction takes place. the reaction is commonly one of filtering or selection, as measured by ionic charge; or molecular size and so on. often an ion-exchange resin is used as the process material.
a particular type of process column is the fractionating column, beloved of the petrochemical industry. these are tens of metres high, and rely on the fact that as the pressure reduces up the column, the boiling point of the (liquid) will change. thus the high b.p material comes off lower down, and lower b.p. come off at higher levels.
subtract 4 from each side: x2 = -4
trouble! imaginary numbers...
x =sqrt4 x sqrt -1 ie 2i
this seems a bit upmarket for this board, is there maybe a typo?
20.3 mm = 0.0203 meters.
it means "cool" in japanese. it could also be "handsome""hot". it is a word that girls use for guys or things such as cars and things.
depends on how fast the taxi is going.
volume or capacity of a fluid can be measured with a graduated cylinder,or a measuring jug or cup. for a fixed volume, you can use pipettes, micropipettes, burettes, volumetric flasks also. beakers have too high an error in them to be used in any way accurately. a eudiometer, pneumatic trough,
a solid's volume can be measured by water displacement. you could use a eureka can or this procedure:
1) fill a graduated cylinder with water
2) record the volume of the water
1) put the solid in it
2) measure the volume of the water again
3) subtract the two for the volume.
a gas's volume can be measured by collecting it in a gas collecting tube or a gas syringe.
if you mean volume, you can find the volume of a rectangular prism by doing length times width times height.
you can also use water displacement to find the volume.
you use a beaker and a fraduated cyclen der
measuring cup filled to the volume of solids used.
can also be used to measure the volume density of the formula.
officially, the instrument used to measure liquid volume is called a graduated cylinder. a graduated cylinder can, through a method called "water displacement," indirectly measure the volume of solids and gases. a standard graduated cylinder has markings up to 100 ml (milliliters, marked by 1ml markings) but can hold a little more. it can be read by holding it at eye level and noting the measurement at the center of the bulge. water will bulge downwards, while mercury will bulge upwards. the bulge is called a miniscus.
a graduated cylinder
duh stupid head
typically, when measuring the volume of a liquid, you'd use a graduated cylinder, or a beaker. or if the object's a solid, you could measure the length, width, and height'and multiply those measurements together and get the volume.
although this would not measure the volume of either a gas or a solid.
this is a statement and clearly homework. if you wish to ask for a means to approach the statement wiki can help you, but we won't do your work for you.
a graduated cylinder
you could use a graduated cylinder, a ruler, or a beaker
a ruler and a graduated cylinder!! :)
cup is filled with the solids.
dial gauge is used for liquids.
you use a graduated cylinder. when the water rises, you subtract what the water used to be, from what it changes to when you drop in the object.
to measure the volume of an irregular shaped object (a rock or pencil, form example), you would use a graduated cylinder.
for a regular shaped object (block, cube) you can use a ruler and measure length, width and height, to use in the formula
length x width x height
to measure the volume of fluid within the rating.
measuring cup filled to the volume of solids.
various tools can be used to measure capacity. eyedroppers, cups, bottles, graduated cylinders, and beakers are just a few.
acoustic volume --> use a microphone
volume of a gas --> i'd leverage some chemistry and pv=nrt, i suppose
volume of a liquid --> volumetric flask
capacity of an lvm volume --> command "df -h"
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a beaker duh
a graduated cylinder
you can use a beaker
expressed as a percentage, 170/200 x 100 = 85 percent.
0 over 3 is equal to 0.
since a kilometer has 1000 meters, and a meter has 1000 millimeters, you must multiply the number of kilometers by a million.
it is one month less than 5 years (60 months).
59 months divided by 12 months in a year is about 4.92 years.
one "thousand million" = one billion
15,000 million = 15 billion
1 billion/15 billion = 1/15 = 0.0666... (rounded)
the megawatt is equal to one million watts.or it can be 1000 kilo watt. it means 1 kilo watt is equals to 1000 watt.hope now it is clear.
a megawatt (mw) is used to measure power, i.e. the rate of energy consumption. a unit , on the other hand, is another term (in the uk, at least) for a kilowatt hour , which is used to measure energy. the watt and the unit are used to measure two different quantities, so cannot be converted one to the other.