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This native element is used in electric cables and wires, switches, plumbing, heating, roofing and building construction, chemical and pharmaceutical machinery, alloys (brass, bronze), electroplated protective coatings and cooking utensils.
- plumbing pipes
- electrical wires
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I sometimes use radicals for a quick and dirty error estimation on a questionable statistic, especially in baseball. Very roughly speaking, the error of a stat is its radical …(square root), e.g. if a batter is 4 for 10 against a particular pitcher, the announcers sometimes get a little crazy and start lauding his .400 average!. Well I say, wait a minute, roughly speaking, those four hits have an error of plus or minus two hits for every 10 at bats. That gives an acceptable batting average range within error of .200 to .600, which basically tells you that you clearly don't have enough data yet to make any sort of analysis on that stat.
Petroleum is used in different forms to propel almost all vehicles, - cars, trucks, trains, ships and aircraft all run on some sort of petroleum. Oils, lubricants for machine…s and you skin(vasoline), some household product and even make-ups have petroleum based/by products. Asphalt/tar and some plastics.
It helps clean clothes in the washer. Friction is important in all aspects of life. Friction is a contact force caused by interactions at the molecular level. If friction wa…s not present, any object accelerated on a flat surface would continue to move in that direction infinitely, or until it met an obstruction on that surface. Similarly, without friction, locomotion (moving) would not be possible because we would have no way of establishing contact with any surface. Our feet (or anything, for that matter) would not "grip" any surface, but rather accelerate across it in the direction of the muscle movement. Situations like these do not arise because there is no such thing as a completely frictionless surface. Friction, in terms of how it is used on Earth, can be very helpful in preventing motion. For example, it is the force of friction that allows brake pads to squeeze the rotors of a car's wheel, thus converting the kinetic energy of the moving vehicle into thermal energy, slowing it down.
some applications are; "Separations of inks, amino acids" from a mixture , blood and urine anlysis, from a mixture
When ever you cross a bridge torsional strain is at work, the engineers utilized it to determine the payload of each bridge and your car creates torsional strain on the bridge…s members.
Everything in life is math. Money spending or saving is math, building is math! Etc! Our lives revolve around math
Every day we neutralize things inside and outside of our bodies without even knowing. When we suffer acidity we take milk of magnesia. Even your body alone neutralizes, diges…tion is the best example of acid- base neutralization. However, even when an ant stings the skin and baking soda is applied on the skin for relief, neutralization takes place. Ant sting is acidic and baking soda is basic. Wasp stings on the other hand are basic and vinegar is used for relief on wasp sting, we are still neutralizing. In baking, Use of baking soda in cooking may be for the leavening effect (release of CO2) but it needs a neutralizing reaction to release the CO2. The list is endless.
One example of everyday use of a database is the telephone directory. Another is your own personal address book. You might also refer to the contents page or index of a book…, or use a dictionary to look up the meaning, pronunciation or origin of a word; these are everyday databases, as are encyclopedias. Schools keep a list - a database - of all students attending, and of students attending each individual class, as well as of all staff employed by the school; all employers keep databases of their employees.
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when someone asks you the time, you rarely respond with it is eleven twenty three and fourteen seconds, you typically say its eleven twenty five.
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You know the thing dentists drape around you at the dentist? GUESS WHAT? That is filled with lead. Back before people took care of the fact that lead was poisonous, pencils …had lead! Now improved pencils have graphite. A2. Lead is used in car batteries, solder, waterproof flashings for buildings, and is commonly used for stopping ionizing radiation. The only occasion a dentist drapes a lead-filled cloth round you, is when s/he is about to x-ray your teeth. It may well be that pencils NEVER contained lead. The Borrowdale graphite pit, the prime source of graphite for pencils, was originally thought to be lead and was called plumbago. The Romans certainly used thin lead as a writing material on to parchment, but our familiar wood stick with a graphite core was never made with lead. And odd fact #3, pencils are used as an ISO test for the hardness of paints and similar.
GUI is used in almost everything, so it's kinda hard to explain it... the task bar on Windows is an example of a GUI, the header of a Internet Browser is a GUI, etc. Every in…teracting form of a program or game is a GUI, its function is used for user interaction with the program, so it's used for almost anything Hope it helped.
It is used as an inert gas - or shield gas - for certain types of welding. It is often found as a gas inside incandescent light bulbs - instead of the vacuum that used to be u…sed. Gas lasers - like the Argon-Ion laser also use Argon - these lasers usually lase at several wavelengths, among them are the cyan one (around 488nm I think) and also a green one - though not as green as the 532nm you would get from a dpss laser (solid state pumped by 808nm IR diode, converted to 1064nm by a crystal and then finally a second crystal (KTP) doubles the frequency and halves the wavelength to 532nm sorry I went off tack a bit there - so in summary, three uses are:- Inert gas for welding Inert gas for filling incandescent bulbs instead of using a vaccum Argon-Ion lasers. There are many other uses too - eg: discharge tubes, certain types of flash arrerstors etc Regards Mark