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The first quarter of the year, usually January, February, and March, but sometimes the first three months of a company's fiscal year.

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It is on the Gold Coast (Australia). Fly into Brisbane and drive to the Gold Coast.

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In math, Q1 refers to the first quadrant of a graph (which has a total of four quadrants), or the quadrant in the upper right hand corner. It contains both positiv…e x and y values. This is especially useful in trigonometry when visualizing the sin(x) cos(x) and tan(x) functions. (MORE)

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In order to find Q1, you must first find Q2. Q2 is the median, or middle, for the entire set of given data. If the data set is 1, 2, 2, 3, 3, 4, 4 ,4, 5, 5, 6, 7, 7, then …Q2 would be 4. Therefore, the first half of the data set is 1, 2, 2, 3, 3, 4. Q1 is the median for the first half of data. Since there are an even number of entries for the first half, the two middle numbers are averaged. Thus, 2+3=5, and 5/2=2.5. Q1 equals 2.5. (MORE)

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Q1 Tower on Queensland's Gold Coast is Australia's tallest building(as of 2014). The Q1 Tower has 80 floors and is 322 m high.

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Type your answer here... Micromax Q1 is a mobile, which costs about Rupees 1400-1800

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Talking about Business, Accounting, Finance, Economics etc... the fiscal Year is divided by 4 for accounting control purpose.... From January to March it is the First Quarter …= Q1..... from April to June it is the Second Quarter = Q2 .... from July to September it is the Third Quarter+ Q3 and finally from October to December it is the fourth quarter = Q4, and sometimes we have to calculate the Mode, and the Median (if we would like to have an accurate result). in order to predict what is going to happen in the Market.. we have to look for the past behavior of Q1, Q2, Q3 and Q4 accordingly and considering that everything else is constant. (MORE)

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maybe it is question 1 and question 2

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6 piles, up to 2.4 metres in diameter, extend up to 50 metres into rock61,000 cubic metres of concrete was used to build Q19,300 tonnes of steel reinforcing250 tonnes of struc…tural steel in the roof and spire18,926 panes of glass1000 kms of electrical cabling in the lifts of Q1 was used in the building enough to stretch from the Gold Coast to Sydney!Sand from the site was taken by the truckload to replenish Surfers Paradise beachQ1 sits on 1.2 hectares of landThe project cost approximately $255 million AUDThe spire is made of steel and glass, is 97.7 metres in height and begins at level 75Illuminated by arc lights, the spire is visible 200kms awayDuring the construction phase a new level went up every four day (MORE)