# What is the minimal interval between and you and the one you are following?

# What is minimalism?

A musical style based on stripping music to its bare minimum in all aspects. Often this means it is based on very simple repeating structures.

# What is the difference between complete and minimal medium?

A complete medium has all the nutrition that is required by aparticular strain of an organism. A minimal medium only has thenutrition required by wild types of organism strains.

# What is minimal?

Minimal can be different depending on the person. if a rich man thought of the minimal price on something to sell he might think millons of dollars. it depends on how you see anything in any quantity. Thanks for asking qwerman.

# What is the difference between minimize and minimise?

One correct spelling (Oxford dictionary) in British English is minimize . Source: The Oxford dictionary, available online at: http://www.askoxford.com [Accessed 02/08/09] Another correct spelling is mimimise . Source: Allen, Robert, ed (2009). Pocket Fowler's Modern English Usage . Oxford…, England: Oxford University Press. p. 354. and The Cambridge University Press has long favoured -ise Minim ise and Minim ize are spelling variations of the same word . Both words are pronounced the same way and mean the same thing. "Minimize" is the only accepted way in North America, Perhaps as a reaction to the ascendancy of American spelling, the -ize spelling is now rarely used in the UK mass media and newspapers The -ise form is standard in leading publications such as The Times, The Daily Telegraph and The Economist The statement below is only partly correct. "while "Minimise" is traditionally used in Britain and other commonwealth countries." Australian English uses 3 times more often the -ise than the -ize (source: the Australian Macquarie Dictionary : minimise: to reduce to the smallest possible amount or degree) The British National Corpus , which is a 100-million-word text corpus of samples of written and spoken British English from a wide range of sources, indicates that the -ise is used more often in British English language that the -ize (ration of 3:2). Both are commonly accepted, but it helps to be consistent in one's writing (i.e. if you're going to use minim ise in your writing, then also use maxim ise , real ise , visual ise , etc.) Please note: this does not apply to "pract ice " and "pract ise " (which sound the same, but are not the same word). Practice is a noun (e.g. my law practice) Practise is a verb (e.g. I need to practise my English) This is true in both English and American English. (MORE)

# What is the difference between a line and an interval?

A line is never ending while a interval has a fixed end and start point.

# What is the difference between a site link's schedule and interval?

Schedule enables you to list weekdays or hours when the site link is available for replication to happen in the give interval. Interval is the re occurrence of the inter site replication in given minutes. It ranges from 15 - 10,080 mins. The default interval is 180 mins.

# What are intervals?

1. A space between two objects, points, or units..
2. The amount of time between two specified instants, events, or states..
3. One of a series of predetermined distances covered at regular time increments with intermittent periods of rest in an athletic workout..

# How many Fahrenheit are equal to one Celsius if the interval between melting point of the ice and the boiling point of the water is 180 degree Fahrenheit?

The difference between those same two points is 100 degrees Celcius, so 180 degrees F = 100 degrees C, or 1 degree F = 5/9 degrees C.

# In ideal circumstances the minimum interval between your vehicle and the one you are following is?

The minimum interval between your vehicle .
and the one you are following is: .
3 Seconds .
Two seconds

# What is the relationship between distance and time interval?

V = d / t Velocity is the change in distance over an interval of time.

# Interval in music between b and c?

The interval from B to C is a minor second (m2) or a half step.

# What is the time interval between full moons?

Aproximately 28 days..
It is possible to have two full moons during one calendar month. And we normally see 13 full moons during a calendar year...

# How do you get an interval?

to get an interval, you must first get an answer. cause if i give yo the answer, it would b wrong to get an interval you have to make a graph, or a histogram, then in that graph you would make the smallest number smaller by one, make the biggest number bigger by one, then round to a number between… that for all the numbers, and WALLA you have your interval! (MORE)

# What is the minimum surface interval required between a dive to 60 feet for 40 minutes followed by a dive to 50 feet for 60 minutes?

In table 1 (PADI RDP dive table), go to 60 at the top and follow it down to 42 which is the closest higher number. That is group Q. Flip to table 3, find 50 on the right and follow it to the left to 61 since there is no 60. That is group D. Go back to Group Q on table one and go across to find D.… That is your time 1:12 (MORE)

# How many minims are in one liter?

The minim is a unit of volume in both the imperial and US customary systems of measurement. Specifically it is 1â480 of a fluid ounce. Thus there are approximately 16,896 minims in one litre

# What is the interval between d to a?

Perfect Fifth. In a D Major Scale, the tones are D E F# G A B C# D so if you count up from D with D as number one the fifth tone is the A. In this case you could also refer to it as a Major Fifth.

# The appropriate minimum interval between your vehicle and the one you are following?

two seconds. Find a fixed point like a lamp post or bridge and when the car infront passes it say, "Only a fool breaks the two second rule." Ifyou pass the fixed point before you finish, it's you!

# Why do lubricants minimize the amount of friction between to surfaces?

they minimize the friction because the bonds between the molecules of the lubricants are very weak. this allows them to (slide) over each other.

# A food chain follows the connection between one?

A food chain follows the connection between one producer and a single chain of consumers within an ecosystem.

# What is the appropriate following distance between your vehicle and the one ahead of you?

The rule of thumb is one car length for every 10 miles per an hour that the car you are driving is traveling. For example: You are traveling 70 miles an hour on the interstate, the car you are following should be seven car lengths ahead of you.

# What is the difference between the interval and a scale?

Well... The interval is the DIFFERENCE between a number to the next on a scale. The scale is the SERIES OF NUMBERS starting at 0 to another number on the top of a graph. For example.... If the graph has 0-100 numbers on it...thats the scale. The 0-100 is the scale. I hope you understand.

# Which is better on poptropica minimizer or follower spook pack?

This is an opinion question...everybody has a different opinion! But if I had a choice to buy one of those, I would buy the Poptropica minimizer. :P

# What is the minimum surface interval required between a dive 60 feet for 40 minutes followed by a dive 50 feet for 16 minutes?

The U.S. Navy Dive Tables indicate that the surface interval needs to be a minimum of 2 hr and 59 min..

# What is the minimum surface interval required between a dive for 70 feet for 29 minutes followed by a dive that is 50 feet for 39 minutes?

PADI RDP: 4 minutes Buhlmann: 15 minutes DCIEM: 1 hour BSAC: 3 hours Old U.S. Navy: 10 minutes NAUI (old Navy modification table): 46 minutes NASE and SSI (old Navy modification table): 1 hour 30 minutes New U.S. Navy: 10 minutes Michigan Sea Grant (Huggins): 1 hour 31 minutes

# What are the difference between interval scale and the ratio scale?

Interval scales have measurements which are an equal distance from each other. For example, the difference between a temperature of 70 degrees and 80 degrees is 10, which is the same as the difference between 40 degrees and 50 degrees. Ratio scales are similar to interval scales but include an ab…solute 0 measurement, which signifies the point when the characteristic being measured vanishes. What this also means is that 3 feet is 3/2 times as far as 2 feet. The ratio of the values is maintained. This latter quality is not maintained in the temperature scales in common use: 5 deg C is not half as warm as 10 deg C (or degrees Fahrenheit, for that matter). THat only works with the absolute temperature scale = Kelvin. (MORE)

# What is the difference between a melodic and harmonic interval?

MELODIC--are notes played separately. HARMONIC-- are notes played together. C- G =a melodic interval. C AND G played at the same time = a harmonic interval.

# What is the interval between lines of latitude and longitude in the world atlas?

There is no official set of "lines". Some globes and maps have more lines, spaced closer together. Some globes and maps have fewer lines, spaced farther apart. Some globes and maps have no lines at all. We have no way of knowing how many latitudes and longitudes are marked on the map that you'…re looking at today, and the next one you see may be marked at a different interval. (MORE)

# What is the optimal interval BETWEEN pregnancies?

They say it takes 2 years for the body to recover so that would be it. For me I would say a bit longer unless you want 2 kids in diapers.

# What is the difference between minimizing and closing a window?

When u minimize a window i makes it smaller so in a way its like u have put it to 1 side.
Minimizing a window keeps it open and let processes that are using the window continue to run. You can restore a minimized window by clicking on its icon a the bottom of the screen. Closing a window "kills" it… and all processes that are using it. It you are finished with a program you should close its window. (MORE)

# How does one minimize the risk of Computer security?

By getting a anti-virus a strong one if possible because all of the anti-viruses vary and by simply looking after your computer.

# What is the difference between minimize and minimalize?

Minimize means to physically make smaller, whereas to minimalize means to make smaller, but not necessarily physically. For instance, if you have a webpage with 100 buttons, you could minimize it using the button next to the close button. If you took out all of the buttons you didn't use, leaving 10…, that would be minimalizing. (MORE)

# How does one minimize concerns of cervical cancer?

HPV infections have been shown to increase chances of cervical cancer, so getting vaccinated against HPV is one way. Using condoms can help prevent not only cervical cancer, but many STDs as well. Not smoking and eating a diet full of fruits and vegetables can cut risk of all types of cancer and man…y other diseases. (MORE)

# How can one minimize risk in driving?

The easiest way of minimizing the risk in driving is by obeying the rules of the road. If you do your part by sticking to the speed limit and taking other road users into consideration the risk of getting into an accident while driving will already be reduced. You have to remember that you will need… to not only think for yourself on the road, but also anticipate what other drivers are going to do. (MORE)

# What is a different between Class limits and class intervals with example?

class limits is where the numbers are fall.from begining to end.a class interval is when a fixed no. are decided for eg.0-5,5-10,10-15,15-20 are inclusive class intervals.

# What is the interval between A flat and C sharp?

A perfect 4th. If the Key is A Flat, then C# is enharmonic to D flat, therefore making the interval a perfect 4th.

# How many years is the interval between Olympic games?

The Summer Olympic games are held every 4 years, in years evenlydivisible by 4. The Winter Olympic Games are also held every 4years, offset by 2 years from the Summer Games. So there is atwo-year interval between any given Summer Olympics and thepreceding or following Winter Games. The change to the… schedule of the modern Olympics was made in 1994,so there were Winter Olympics in both 1992 and 1994. Previouslythey were held the same year as the Summer Olympics, beginning in1924. (MORE)

# How long are the intervals between heart beats?

about 5cm Depends, but usually nothing over one second between heart beats. Anything more than 2 per second is a bad sign as well.

# What is the best way to minimize the spreading of germs between people?

Not touching or breathing the same air. But that's impossible so hand sanitizer and tissues were invented

# How much should be the interval between two ejaculation in man?

There is no time limit for things like this. The seminal fluids and sperm are being constantly replaced so will never run out completely. Obviously, if you are ejaculating continuously you will temporarily run dry, but give yourself time to recover and you will be ready to go again. You should be ab…le to ejaculate several times a day without running dry though. (MORE)

# What is the the minimum interval between your vehicle and the one you are following?

Answer 1 Three seconds. .
Answer 2 In the United Kingdom and most of Europe, it is advised that you leave at least one whole car length between you and the vehicle in front. If the road is wet or icy, you are advised to leave at least two whole car lengths between you and the vehicle in …front. Driving too close to another vehicle could get you pulled over for reckless driving and endangering life on the road. (MORE)

# What are the intervals between notes in a chord?

Depends on the chords you are talking about. Major chords have a major third then a minor chord Minor chords have a minor third and then a major chord Augmented chords have two major thirds Diminished chords have two minor thirds

# What can one do to minimize racism?

influence others to stop .
if you see it happening you should tell an adult or some one you trust

# What are the similarities between interval scale and ratio scale?

In both cases, if the differences between two pairs of measurements are the same then the differences between the variable being measured is the same. So the difference in the amount of thermal energy between 5 deg C and 10 deg C is the same as the diff between 20 deg C and 25 deg C. Such a relati…onship does not apply to all scales: the difference between 1 and 2 on the Richter scale (for earthquakes) is not the same as difference between 7 and 8. (MORE)

# What does minimalism?

Minimalism uses the least amount of features as possible to create and effect. It gives an emphasis on the pure forms of things.

# When you form a squad you must ensure that the squad is at the correct intervals which is one of your three intervals?

You will need one of the intervals to start at 1. The rest will beale to follow from there.

# How can one minimize the risk of a boat crash?

There are a number of things one can do to minimize the risk of a boat crash. Courses on safety and the laws governing boat operation are available and are mandatory in many states and provinces. One should be aware of their surroundings and the other watercraft around them. It is very important …that boating laws are obeyed and alcohol is not consumed while operating a boat. (MORE)

# What is the relationship between confidence interval and standard deviation?

Short answer, complex. I presume you're in a basic stats class so your dealing with something like a normal distribution however (or something else very standard). You can think of it this way... A confidence interval re-scales margin of likely error into a range. This allows you to say something …along the lines, "I can say with 95% confidence that the mean/variance/whatever lies within whatever and whatever" because you're taking into account the likely error in your prediction (as long as the distribution is what you think it is and all stats are what you think they are). This is because, if you know all of the things I listed with absolute certainty, you are able to accurately predict how erroneous your prediction will be. It's because central limit theory allow you to assume statistically relevance of the sample, even given an infinite population of data. The main idea of a confidence interval is to create and interval which is likely to include a population parameter within that interval. Sample data is the source of the confidence interval. You will use your best point estimate which may be the sample mean or the sample proportion, depending on what the problems asks for. Then, you add or subtract the margin of error to get the actual interval. To compute the margin of error, you will always use or calculate a standard deviation. An example is the confidence interval for the mean. The best point estimate for the population mean is the sample mean according to the central limit theorem. So you add and subtract the margin of error from that. Now the margin of error in the case of confidence intervals for the mean is z a/2 x Sigma/ Square root of n where a is 1- confidence level. For example, confidence level is 95%, a=1-.95=.05 and a/2 is .025. So we use the z score the corresponds to .025 in each tail of the standard normal distribution. This will be. z=1.96. So if Sigma is the population standard deviation, than Sigma/square root of n is called the standard error of the mean. It is the standard deviation of the sampling distribution of all the means for every possible sample of size n take from your population ( Central limit theorem again). So our confidence interval is the sample mean + or - 1.96 ( Population Standard deviation/ square root of sample size. If we don't know the population standard deviation, we use the sample one but then we must use a t distribution instead of a z one. So we replace the z score with an appropriate t score. In the case of confidence interval for a proportion, we compute and use the standard deviation of the distribution of all the proportions. Once again, the central limit theorem tells us to do this. I will post a link for that theorem. It is the key to really understanding what is going on here! (MORE)

# How does one minimize one's internet browser?

One's internet browser can be minimized in a quick and easy way. One should look for a yellow icon on the top of the browser. By clicking on the yellow icon, the screen will be minimized and the user can return to their browser whenever necessary.

# Where can one find information on minimizers?

Manufacturers of minimiser bras, such as Triumph, have information on their websites about the products they offer. Wedding forums and websites contain information about choosing the best minimiser to wear for this type of occasion. Family and community forums also offer advice and information.

# What can one do to minimize the effects of facial aging?

One can reduce the effects of facial aging by doing exercise everyday, and eating healthy. Always keep a positive attitude when it comes to aging, and you'll look and feel better over time.