What does the P button stand for in elevators?
I believe it stands for something like "Parking Lot"
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elevators are machines installed in tall buildings ,to take people to upper floors in few seconds. Answer . el·e·va·tor (?l ' ?-v?'t?r) n. . A platform or an enclosure raised and lowered in a vertical shaft to transport people or freight. . The enclosure or platform with its operating eq…uipment, motor, cables, and accessories. . A movable control surface, usually attached to the horizontal stabilizer of an aircraft, that is used to produce motion up or down. . A mechanism, often with buckets or scoops attached to a conveyor, used for hoisting materials. . A granary equipped with devices for hoisting and discharging grain. . Above retrieved from Answers.com Viper1 (MORE)
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Most days of the year Jews can press elevator buttons. However, on Shabbat/Shabbos (the Jewish Sabbath), Friday from sundown until Saturday after twilight; and Jewish Holidays (a list of which you can find at http://www.answers.com/topic/jewish-holiday ), Jews are forbidden from closing electric …circuits and putting on lights - as part of the 39 categories of "work" that they may not do on holy days (Exodus 31:13-17; Talmud, Shabbat 73b). (See a list of these categories on http://www.answers.com/topic/39-categories-of-activity-prohibited-on-shabbat ) Pressing elevator buttons would violate the prohibition of not doing "work" on these holy days. (MORE)
P is just an alphabet. There are different words that starts with the alphabet P like P = Perception P= Place P= Price P= Payment
When you press the button, a microswitch creates a circuit. That circuit sends a signal to the elevator controller, which is a computer that runs the elevator. Instantly, the controller powers the light inside the button, which is usually an LED. At the same time, the elevator is dispatched to your… location based on a mathematical formula. Once the elevator arrives, the LEDs in the button are turned off. Buttons vary greatly, but a generally divided into vandal resistant or plastic. Vandal resistance is typically defined as a metal button that lands on solid metal when depressed. See www.epco.us for examples of many kinds of buttons. (MORE)
The button is used to allow the elevator doors to be open in a safe way and allow the building security etc. to know you are there and need rescue.
3 different things. They are: P ositive A lternative to S tudent S uspension or P rofessional A ssociation to S QL S erver or P ower A nalysis and S ample S ize :P
No. Pressing the button once will tell the control logic that a rider is waiting for the lift. It will respond by stopping the next upgoing or downgoing car on that floor. It's that simple..
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A 70.0 kg person stands on a scale in an elevator. What does it read when the elevator is accelerating upward at 5.5 ms2?
Scale already reads 70 kg when elevator is at rest. Thisis Gravity Force down (Fg), plus Normal force (n) up. Now, force onthe man in the upward direction from accelerating up (force E) =mass of the man x acc. of the lift in the upward direction = 70x5.5 N = 385 N. Now force of gravity (Fg) = 70 x…9.8 N = 686 N. Plus the normal force (n) -whichkeeps him falling through floor of elevator - is also acting on him= 686 N (same as gravity in up direction). . So, F(y) = Elevator (Up) 385 (up) + Normal (up)686 N - Gravity (down) 686 N. Therefore net force in the upwarddirection (against bottom of scale-floor) = (+385 + 686 - 686) N =385 N. Hence the reading of the scale has extra = (385N).Scale is calibrated for "g = 9.8 m/ss". So, (385 / 9.8m/ss) kg =39.3 kg extra. So, 39.3 kg (extra) + 70 kg (original) = 109.3 kg.This is why you feel heavier when elevator goes up. (MORE)
can someone climb 30 floors to an office every day ? of course not . we can have high buildings because we have elevators
What is the weight of a 50kg man stands on the floor of an elevator descends with an acceleration of 2ms2?
If you stand in a lift that is accelerating downwards at a rate of 2 m s -2 , you will experience an apparent upthrust that acts against your weight. Your weight (the force that acts in a downward direction due to gravity) is: W = m g = mass x gravitational field strength On Earth, g is a…bout 9.8 N kg -1 or 9.8 m s -2 (both units are equivalent) W = 50 kg x 9.8 N kg -1 = 490 N (in a downward direction) The upward force due to your acceleration is given by Newton's second law: F = m a = mass x acceleration = 50 kg x 2 m s -2 = 100 N (in an upward direction) So the overall weight you feel is the difference between them. So: W = 490 - 100 = 390 N (MORE)
Primary Wave and the other is Surface wave (S wave) in case anyone is wondering. Both are part of earthquakes.
A 400 Newtons person stands on a scale in an elevator What does it read when the elevator is at rest?
We must use: (Force) = (Mass) x (Acceleration) Force = 400 N Acceleration = 9.8 m/(s^2) Mass = M 400 N = ( M ) x ( 9.8 m/(s^2)) After calculating, we find the mass of the man to be 40.82 kg.
If you are standing on a scale in the elevator and the elevator starts to go up what will happen to the scale?
the weight on the scales will go up because gravity is pulling you down as the elevator pushes you up.
If A person weighing 400 newtons stands on a scale on a elevator what will it read if the elevator is at rest?
if you take the force of gravity as 9.8 then the scales will read 40.8kg but if you take the force of gravity as 10 then the sscales will read 40kg
It will increase! if the elevator is moving with a constant velocity, then there will be no change in the reading as no acc. will be caused. but if the body moves downwards wit a uniform acc. of say suppose x m/s^2, then the weight if the body will decrease by F=m x a(of the lift) as the two vectors… will be in the opp direction, i.e. downwards. the opposite applies when the when the body acc. in an upward direction, the vectors will be in an same direction and it will result in the scale reading turing up more! remmember, a sacle measures the upward force aka reaction force (MORE)
The p for "pH" stands for power. S.P.L. Sorensen said it stands for "power of hudrogen".
P stands for phosphorus. DNA has a backbone made up of phosphate groups linked to deoxyribose sugars through phosphodiester bonds
The "p" tag stands for paragraph it is a tag. The paragraph tags are used to define a block of text as aparagraph. This HTML element is one of the basic HTML tags youshould learn to use properly. When a block of text is surrounded by the paragraph tags, thebrowser automatically adds white space be…fore and after theparagraph. Make sure to use to add more paragraphs (MORE)
What do you do in Myst when the blue button in the elevator behind the bookshelf is taking you nowhere besides the library?
you have to close the door first (clik on the lift door), then it will take you up.
"IFIC" was a tie-in Dick Clark's "American Bandstand" show had with Beech Nut Gum back around 1958. The buttons we likely given away to studio audience members, but if you mailed in two wrappers and quarter you could get one. "IFIC" was an ad campaign that proclaimed Beech Nut Gum was "Flavor-IFIC."… Ah, Madison Avenue... (MORE)
The P wave in the EKG is caused by the wave of contraction of the atria (upper chambers) of the heart.
A 75.0 kg person is standing on a scale in an elevator What is the reading of the scale in newtons if the elevator is at rest?
The answer would just be the weight converted into Newtons because the question is asking for the Weight force, so the weight needs to multiplied by the force of gravity, 9.8
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If A person weighing 75 kg stands on a scale on a elevator what will it read if the elevator is at rest?
well I would say using newtonian mechanics he would weight as F=M x g, 75x9.7 which equals 727.5 newtons.
You might check the remote control, I have found a button stuck down slightly under the shell (case) and was holding a button down, constantly sendind an infrared signal. take the remote out of the room and them try the power button on the set again.
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Here is the answer directly from Otis: " The Shuffle button is used only by Otis Technicians when they need to change the placement of the lower/upper deck elevators. It allows them to safely board the lower deck car top from the main lobby. A special code is required from the Elevator management sy…stem to allow shuffle operation to be activated." Keep in mind that the elevators in question are double-decked and serve two floors at once. (MORE)
Assuming you are asking what does the "p" stand for in Plasma and other digital televisions in the resolution such as 1080p vs. 1080i. The 'p' stands for "progessive scan" and the 'i' stands for "Interlaced". In a progressive scan each line is displayed sequentially from top to bottom. An interlaced… scan displays every othe line in one pass then the other lines in a second pass. (MORE)
If you are referring from the aerospace industry, is someone who is certified on working with an aircraft (airplanes or helicopter). The "A" refers to the certification on the Airframe structure, to work on the wings, structure of the Frame or assemblies such as air vents for repairs. The "P" stands… for Power Plant, The Certification repair for an Engine of a craft which also includes the hydraulic system. (MORE)
During the Ford administration, inflation was seen as a looming financial problem to the US economy. A program was started to Whip Inflation Now - had popular buttons, but not much else.
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"AM" stands for "ante meridian", while "PM" stands for "postmeridian". As the Earth spins, the Sun passes over your line of longitude -your "meridian" - at noon. "Ante" is Latin for "before", and "post"is derived from the Latin for "after". So "AM", before the Sunpasses your longitude at noon, and …"PM" means after the Sun passesyour meridian at noon. In other contexts, PM can stand for other things, like PrimeMinister. (MORE)
The English letter 'p' does not exist in Japanese, though there are syllables that incorporate the sound. It does not stand for anything in Japanese.
Small p stands for pico, 10 -12 . Big P stands for Peta, 10 12 . A full list of multiples and sub-multiples is found at the web site for BIPM in Paris.
No, it doesn't. I was told that it was for people that have OCD so that they would feel better.
I have always thought it stood for Control but I have heard people refer to it as Central.
The 'P' stands for "PLUS". The PT100P (or "PT100 Plus") model has an expanded magazine capacity. Its magazines hold 16 rounds of .40 S&W, while the original regular PT100 magazines only hold 11 rounds. The magazines for the two models are not compatible with each other. The PT100P 16-round magazines… are wider than the older PT100 11-round mags. (MORE)
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What is the acceleration of an elevator if a student stands on bathroom scale in the elevator and the scales reads 836 newtons and the elevator is moving upward?
We have no way to calculate that, unless you also tell us either his mass, or else his weight on motionless ground, like when the scale is on the bathroom floor.
Did you mean HIPAA? HIPAA stands for the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act which was passed almost recently in 1996. It's basically an act to protect the patient and his or her information from being easily passed around or given to others by all healthcare professionals. For ins…tance, pharmacists cannot give information that can easily identify a patient say if someone says that they are a friend of a person and they want to know what medicine they are taken. That is illegal and cannot be given. Under certain circumstances is patient information allowed to be disclosed: health activities, victims of abuse, law enforcement purposes, to comply with workers compensation, and to report adverse events or other drug- or device-related problems to the FDA. (MORE)
In 1864, crackerjack trousers were designed with a "broadfall," or flap, held in place by seven of these easily replaced fasteners. After a slight length increase of the broadfall in 1894 - possibly linked to the average sailor's weight - six buttons were added for symmetrical design and to prevent …an unwanted unveiling of the wearer. (MORE)
There are a few disadvantages of hunting from an elevated stand.One disadvantage is that the weapon may not angle correctly.
The P usually stands for points. A point is given to a player who scores a goal or assists on a goal.
All piercings hurt to some degree. I've heard from a few piercers that navel piercings are really easy to get. As in they dont really hurt. However, if you have a low pain tolerance, it might be a little more painful for you. No real definitive answer obviously :)
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The circle and line symbol that appears on most computer power buttons is simply the symbol for Power. This is a universal symbol and it used on computers in many countries. It is considered the universal symbol for Power On/Off.