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How is electricity used in everyday life?
It helps us if we don't have light .
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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.
Hydrogen is found in water, carbohydrates, fats and proteins which is contained in the food we eat.
Static cling of clothes out of the dryer Balloons sticking to hair and clothes Rubbing your feet on a carpet and receiving a shock on a doorknob Recently used c…omb can attract small bits of paper or lint
-dryer -walking on the carpet -brushing your hair -rubbing your hands together
1. lights 2. TV 3. stove 4. microwave 5. air conditioning 6. heater 7. computer 8. Wii 9. Any version of XBOX 10. oven
To seal your frig door; inside your toaster; in all the motors in your house.
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
Computer hardware, breast enlargements for many, weatherstripping in northern climates
It's most commonly used in photography in Xenon flash units as its a noble gas and doesn't react with other chemicals or get used up- when a high voltage is put through the ga…s it emits a bright white light- the charge is stored in a capacitor the quickly dumped through the tube containing the gas in a quick burst - most mobile phones now have this type of flash as well - previously it was done by a high band (high blue colour ,almost white) LED (light emitting diode) most red eye reducing cameras have both -LED for anti red eye then a Xenon flash for the picture! Of course its used in neon signs as well! - The effect is related to plasma discharge were the electrons in the voltage field are excited and release photons ( bit of light) which we see. If you have a look at the Periodic table ( the list off elemental chemical (it's in every chemistry book) it will be on the far right side with the other Nobel gases the list runs downwards and includes Argon etc.. all of these do the same thing and light up when a voltage is put through them- but they all give off a different colour- this is what gives you all the different colours in Neon signs!
We use wheels for: Transportation: Cars, Trucks, motorcycles, bicycles, buses, trains, etc.Making heavy machinery mobile: Cranes, loaders, bulldozers, backhoes, etc.Making we…apons mobile: Tanks, canons, multi-tube rocket launchers, etc.To help aircraft take to the sky and land again.Fun: Roller coasters, dodgems, etc.
lightning and electric current: household circuits. also when your car starts or coffee maker. static cling, force of lighting, static electricity, force of electrical cur…rent.
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.
You use DC (direct current) everyday
Water, light, computer, tv, phone, fan, AC, heater, clock, etc. YOU NAME IT!
-- clock radio to wake up in the morning -- electric water heater for my hot shower -- electric shaver -- electric toothbrush -- automatic coffeepot ha…s it ready when I get downstairs -- battery-powered scooter to the office -- electric lights to augment the lantern and candles in my office on a gloomy day -- electric pencil sharpener keeps me productive all day -- electric wall-clock in my office alerts me of quitting time with super accuracy, so that I don't accidentally do any work on my own time -- wife sometimes picks me up from work in her all-electric car -- We order dinner over the electric intercom in the drive-through. -- They pull our dinner out of the electric freezer, then microwave it, and have it piping hot and ready by the time we drive up to the window. -- While we share a quiet dinner at home, we thrill to the spine-tingling public-service announcements on our battery-powered weather radio. -- If we stay up late, we may actually be still talking or reading when it gets dark outside, and then we might set up a few electric lights until we're ready to turn in. -- Between our electric CPAP masks, our electric waterbed warmer, and our electric "Magic Fingers" vibrating box spring, we sleep like babies.