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What does ē ĕ ė ę ě è é ê and ë do to the pronouncation?
The first "e" with the line over it (the line is called a macron) is pronounced with a long "e" sound like in the word "bee." The second "e" with the curve on top of it (the curve is called a breve) is pronounced with an "eh" kind of sound; much like the "e" in the word "pet." The sixth "e" with the grave accent often denotes that an "e" would have an "eh" sound when it normally wouldn't. You can usually see this in the works of Shakespeare in which a word like "winged" would be marked to be pronounced as "wing-id" for rhyming purposes. The other "e" that has an accent on top pretty much means the same as the one before, it's just used more widely. The third and last "e"s with the dot(s) above it, the fifth and eighth "e"s with the carons on top (look like arrow tips), and the fourth "e" with the hook on the bottom aren't sounds that are used in the English language often so you wouldn't have to worry about them unless you are reading in another language.
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277 volts is the Hot to Neutral voltage in a 277/480 volt 3-phase "Y" electrical system. This is a commercial and industrial application voltage. The purpose of using high…er voltages in these applications is to supply higher power levels [watts or kVA] than at lower voltages for the same size of conductor. A 277 volt service is used for industrial lighting. A 480 volt 3-phase power service is common in factories in USA and other countries which use 60 Hz ac electrical services. If you use the 480 volt service lines in the 'star' or 'Y' configuration you will have a central neutral point to connect a neutral line. You can then get a 277 volt single phase service by using one of the three phase lines along with that neutral
The factors of 279 are: 1 3 9 31 93 279 These pairs of numbers, when multiplied, equal 279: (1, 279) (3, 93) (9, 31)
283 is a prime number. The factors of 283 are 1 and 283. The factor pair of 283 is 1 x 283. The proper factors of 283 are 1, or if the definition you are using excludes …1, there are no proper factors. The only prime factor of 283 is 283. The distinct prime factor of 283 is 283. The prime factorization of 283 is 283 or, sometimes to make it clear that it is prime, 1 x 283.
Yes 281 is a prime number, as it can only be divided only by 1 and itself.
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The factors of 281 are: 1 281 (281 is a prime number)
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if you are driving then you would go about an avaerage of 60 miles per hour. if you were going this fast then going 281miles it would take you 4 hours and 41 minutes.
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Assuming you're referring to the small block Chevrolet V8 engine, 1957.