Swimming
Youth Sports
Fitness

What components of fitness must you have for swimming?

Overall, Swimmers have specific fitness components that they will need tosucceed.
These components are;
Cardiovascular endurance, depending on the distance that you swim and how long you swim for at one time.
Speed, depending whether you are swimming for fun, or if your swimming competitively.
Body composition, swimmers are generally slim and tender when swimming competitively, however it doesn't matter what size you even if you are swimming for fun.
Agility is needed especially when swimming competitively when you do tumble turns.
these are the most specific components for swimming ")

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Computer Programming
The Difference Between

What is the difference between POP and OOP?

pop the work is done with the help of functions and more previlage is given to function and not the data, also you dont have data hiding,operator overloading, function overloading, access specifiers and inheritance features in pop and when your business logic expanded pop was not able to meet the required demand and because of this oops came inot action where in oops data used to get more importance,data hiding is possible with the help of access specifiers. Each object controls it's own data, Inheritance is possible and many more features are available

Example of pop is :c,fortran

Example of oops is: java,C#

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Algebra
Factoring and Multiples

What is the greatest common factor of 36 54 and 90?

18

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Shoes
Consumer Electronics
Timex

How do you turn off the alarm and chime on Athletic Works watch?

Take hammer...

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Fruits and Vegetables

What kinds of fruits and vegetables did the ancient Romans eat?

The Romans ate cabbages, carrots, pumpkins, beans, leeks, lentils, celery, onions, beets, parsnips, turnips, radishes, mushrooms, olives, artichokes, asparagus and many more.

The fruit they ate was grapes, apples, pears, plums, apricots, figs, pomegranates and dates. The cultivation of peaches (which originated form Southeast Asia and China) and lemons (which originated from India, Burma and China) was introduced in the 1st century AD. Melons (which originated from Africa and south-western Asia) were introduced towards the end of the empire.

There were not oranges in the Mediterranean in antiquity. They probably originated from Southeast Asia and were grown in China) were introduced into Europe in the late 15th and early 16th centuries.

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Law & Legal Issues
Contract Law
The Difference Between

What is a bilateral contract?

A bilateral contract is a contract which requires agreement and performance from both parties to the contract. Most of what we think of as contracts are bilateral in nature. One party promises to do X and the other party promises to do Y. Bilateral contracts may not require negotiation but often this is a component.

In contrast a unilateral contract occurs where one party makes an offer and the other party may accept by performance rather than by offering something in return. If you offer $5 to the first person who will bring you a hotdog, a unilateral contract is formed when someone performs the condition and provides you with a hotdog. If on the other hand Person A responds to you unilateral offer that he will agree to bring you a hotdog for $5 a bilateral contract is formed if you agree to accept his offer/counteroffer.

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Roblox

How do you change your password in Roblox?

Yiuouhdsihel

fgc

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Acronyms & Abbreviations

What is output of b2b?

Output of a b2b trading platform is their buying persona or company i.e their customer who like to purchase one or more products from any manufacturers or suppliers available there. The buying company need to discuss about their requirements, specifications, sizes etc and rate in bulk with a manufacturing company or supplier available there. Once deal is final, they can order online and get products delivered at their location. You can check a b2b web portal like lithuanianmarketplace, alibaba, indiamart etc to know more and if found suitable, can do b2b transactions. All these b2b web portal manufacturers and suppliers supply products globally.

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Health
Hydrocodone
The Difference Between

What is the difference between hydrocodone and hydrocodine?

There is not a difference in these two medications. They are exactly the same as they are both an analgesic and derives from codeine.

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Flats and Tire Pressure

Are P195 60R15 tires interchangeable with P195 65R15?

Quite likely, but with some precautions. The "15" refers to the diameter of the rim on which the tire is made to be used. In this aspect there is no problem. The "195" indicates the width of the tire in millimeters so, again there is no problem. The "60" and "65" is the aspect ratio and is a percentage which is used to determine the height of the tire section. Since there is a difference of 5 between the two, the 65 tire is 5% higher than the 60. This works out to be 9.75 mm or close to 1/2 an inch. In practice it makes the overall outside diameter of the tire about 1 inch more than the other. If this does not produce any problem in the space the vehicle has for the tire, then, YES, they can be interchanged.

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Leonardo DiCaprio

How many Oscars has Leonardo DiCaprio won?

He has been nominated three times but never won.

Unfortunately NONE! Though personally I think he definitely deserves one.

He has won exactly none. He was nominated three times. In 1994, he was nominated for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for What's Eating Gilbert Grape (he lost to Tommy Lee Jones for The Fugitive). Then in 2004 he was nominated for Best Actor in a Leading Role for The Aviator and again in 2006 for Blood Diamond. He lost to Jamie Foxx (Ray) and Forrest Whitaker (The Last King of Scotland), respectively.

Leonardo DiCaprio has been nominated three times for Academy Awards, but he has not yet won an Oscar. His nominated roles and movies are as follows:

  • Arnie Grape in "What's Eating Gilbert Grape " (1993). Best Supporting Actor.
  • Howard Hughes in "The Aviator" (2004). Best Actor.
  • Danny Archer in "Blood Diamond" (2006). Best Actor.
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Geography
Countries, States, and Cities
Biggest, Strongest, Fastest and Other Extremes

What is the biggest country in the world?

The biggest country in the world is Russia, the smaller part of it lies in Europe and the other larger bit lies in Asia.


russia
Russia covers the greatest area of land. China has the biggest population.
* Antartica (not as country) * Russia * Canada * Greenland * USA (including Alaska and Hawaii) * China * Kazkhstan * Mongolia * Australia * India
the largest country is Russia which has 17,098,242 [km^2] area which is followed by Canada by 9,984,670 [km^2] lands
In terms of area then the largest country is Russia at 17M km2 followed by Canada at just under 10M km2

In terms of population China is the largest with 1.3bn people followed by India with 1.2bn
The largest country in the world by land mass is Russia with an area of 17,075,200 sq km. However, the largest country by population is China with an estimated 1,340,550,000 living within its borders.

Russia.


Russia is easily the largest country in the world at 17,098,242 sq km.
Russia

17,098,242 km sq

Russia by area, China by population.

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Animal Life
Anteaters

Where to get exotic animals such as an anteater?

You can get exotic animals at Eight Point Ranch located at Elgin, just 45 minutes east of Austin, Texas such as Addax, Aoudad, Axis Deer, Blackbuck, Barasingha, Blesbok, Bongo, Buffalo, Corsican, Dama Gazelle, Dybowski, Eland, Elk, Fallow Deer, Four Horned Sheep, Gemsbok, Grant Gazelle, Hybrid Ibex, Impala, Kudu, Mouflon, Nyala, pere David, Red Lechwe, Sable, Scimitar Oryx, Waterbuck, Wildebeest, Zebra, Sika, Red Stag and Zebra

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Eight Point Ranch

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India
National Emblems

What is the national tree of India?

The national tree of a country is one of the symbols of pride that is integral to the nation’s identity. Indian fig tree, also known as Banyan tree (Ficus bengalensis) is the National tree of India, whose branches root themselves like new trees over a large area. The tree is revered as sacred in Hindu philosophy. The roots then give rise to more trunks and branches. Because of this characteristic and its longevity, this tree is considered immortal and is an integral part of the myths and legends of India. The tree is often symbol of the fabled 'Kalpa Vriksha' or the 'Tree of Wish Fullfillment' as it is associated with longevity and has important medicinal properties. For centuries the banyan tree has been a central point for the village communities of India. Even today, the banyan tree is the focal point of village life and the village council meets under the shade of this tree. Being native to that country adds to the privileged status of the tree to be considered as a national symbol.

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Car Batteries
Home Electricity
New Electrical Work

What is the difference between amps and cold cranking amps?

Answer 1No difference, but cold cranking amps is what is in battery to start. Answer 2Answer 1 is correct so far as amps are amps. However, the ambient temperature to which the battery is exposed greatly affects the amount of amps and rate at which current can be released.

Therefore, most batteries have specifications on a decal for the cranking amps for which they are capable.

The first spec ["Cranking Amps"] is at a "normal" temperature of [I think] 70 degrees F. The second spec ["Cold Cranking Amps] is at freezing [32 degrees F, or 0 degrees C].

Since the battery output is lower at lower temperatures, the Cold Cranking Amps will be less than the Cranking Amps.j3h

As per the JIS specification for automotive batteries, Cold Cranking Current in Amps is tested at -18deg C and not at 0deg C. depending on the different Ah capacity, each 12V battery will have different CCA amps and duration

The battery will be brought to -18 deg C and then it will be discharged with the specified current, say 350, 400 ,450 A until the voltage on discharge drops down to the specified value. The duration in secs to reach the end voltage is noted and compared with the specified values in the spec.

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Respiratory System

How does oxygen from the lungs get into your body?

Answer 1:

The lining of the lung is made up of tissue called Alveoli. Alveoli are small "grapelike" structures which contain tiny capillaries. The heart pumps deoxygenated blood back to the lungs, exchange waste such as Carbon Dioxide and Nitrogen for a new "shipment" of oxygen and other air components which the body brought into the lungs through "inspiration. This exchange takes place in the alveoli. The oxygenated blood is then transported back to the heart then out through the arteries, arterioles and capillaries to the body, then waste is picked up by capillaries to venules then veins, back to the heart, then to the lungs and the process is started all over again.

Answer 2:

Oxygen is absorbed into the blood, through the thin walls of the alveoli (in our lungs). the red blood cells carry the oxygen in our bloodstream, and our blood delivers the oxygen to the rest of our body.

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Botany or Plant Biology
Papaya

How many seeds are in a papaya?

Answer

previous answer ... between 100 and 400.

It may depend on the type of papaya, but my little boy and I just counted the seeds in one, and it was 576! We were both surprised that it was that many.
A lot! My little boy just counted the seeds in a papaya, and there were 576! His estimate was 87, and I would have thought that to be accurate. We were both surprised when we started counting, to see how many there actually were.

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Cows and Cattle
Jokes and Riddles

Where do cows go for a holiday?

Moo York city

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Club Penguin

What game on club penguin gets you the most coins?

>I would say that it directly relates to how good your are at a certain game. But, I think the game "Puffle Round-Up" earns you the most coins, and this is for about everyone because it is a fairly simple game. For every round you do (average, without losing any puffles) you get about 90 coins, and one of these rounds takes about 10 seconds. When I played this game (poorly) for ten rounds I got 997 coins. In the long run, "Puffle Round-Up" is defiantly the game that earns you the most money.

>Cart Surfer.

>Pizza Parlor 3000

>Sled Racing

>Jet Pack Adventure

>DJ3K

>Hockey-Stamps

>Ice Fishing

>Jet Pack Adventure

>Dance Contest

>Puffle Launch

> Pufflescape gives you the same amount as Puffle Round Up

>The Game That Got The Most Coins On Clubpenguin...

Puffle escape or puffle launch

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Consumer Electronics
Chemistry
Particle Physics

What is the difference between electricity and electrons?

Electrons are the free moving atomic particles that rotate around a nucleus in the atomic structure of elements (e.g. copper). Electricity is the movement of the electron's charge from one atom's electron to another by transfer of the charge. The "push" to move these charges is called "electro motive force" or EMF. This force is induced by a method, such as build up of a greater charge on electrons in one area then another. When you want the electrons to do work you must have them move their charge. This is called current flow, measured in amperes, or just amp. An amp is a measure of a certain number (a BIG number) of electrons past a point. When the electons have their charge "flow" through a wire, the current cause a magnetic build-up to occur around the wire - this is called flux. The flux can be induced into other material - e.g. other wires) to do useful work. This is the case with a motor, which uses the flux to have the magnetic forces cause movement - useful work. In the case of a clothes iron, there is no movement but the flow of electrons cause heat to build up. This is a simplistic explanation but think of it as an electron is a bucket of water and electricity is a channel of flowing water.

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Conditions and Diseases
Asthma

If you have asthma can you ever get rid of it?

No

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Factoring and Multiples

What is the greatest common factor of 15 30 and 60?

3,5,10

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Internet
Internet Marketing

What are the types of internet marketing?

Internet marketing is a marketing of products or services through online.It is also known as online marketing.There are different types of internet marketing like social media marketing,Email marketing,affiliate marketing,contenet marketing ,Search engine optimization,Influencer marketing etc.

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Factoring and Multiples

What are the factors and prime factors of 7500?

prime

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Ferrets Weasels and Badgers
Care of Ferrets

What is the difference between a Weasel and ferret?

The ferret is in the weasel family. Ferrets are cousins to the weasel, but more closely related to the European polecat ferret. The European polecat is there wild weasel ancestor. But they are all in the same family and are all related in the family Mustelidae (weasels)

Depends what you mean by weasels--ferrets are in the weasel genus Mustela. So they are sometimes referred to as weasels, but not always and both are correct.

Ferrets are in the Weasel family. Weasels are mammals in the genus Mustela of the Mustelidae family. In technical discourse, however, as in American usage, the term "weasel" can refer to any member of the genus, or to the genus as a whole. Of the 16 extant species currently classified in the genus Mustela, ten have "weasel" in their common name. Among those that do not are the stoat or ermine, the two species of mink, and the polecats or ferrets.

Ermine is the name given to various species of weasel during the winter season when the fur of those living in colder climates turns white. Ermine belong to the family Mustelidae, the most common of which in North America are the stoat, the long-tailed weasel and the least weasel. The ermine is another name for the short tailed weasel and the stoat just another name for the long tailed weasel. Both long and short tail species are called ermine in winter when the coat turns white.

Originally, the name "weasel" was applied to one species of the genus, the European form of the Least Weasel (Mustela nivalis). Early literary references to weasels, for example their common appearances in fables, refer to this species rather than to the genus as a whole, reflecting what is still the common usage in the United Kingdom.

The other members of the family are the fisher, marten, and wolverine, otters. Badgers are also in this family.

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