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No, it would overheat, might blow the fuse, otherwise it might catch fire.

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30% off 266= 30% discount applied to 266= 266 - (30% * 266)= 266 - (79.80)= 186.20

89% of 266 = 89% * 266 = 0.89 * 266 = 236.74

30% of 266= 30% * 266= 0.3 * 266= 79.8

11% of 266= 11% * 266= 0.11 * 266= 29.26

38x7=266

percentage of 266 = 26600% 266 * 100% = 26600%

The answer is 532

30 x 266 = 7980 30% x 266 = 79.8

266 is not prime. 266 = 2 * 7 * 19

75% of 266 = 75*266/100 = 3*266/4 = 3*133/2 = 399/2 = 199.5

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65% of 266 = 172.9

266 133,2 19,7,2

38

1, 2, 7, 14, 19, 38, 133, 266 -1, -2, -7, -14, -19, -38, -133, -266

All multiples of 266, which is an infinite number.

Yes... 266/7= 38

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266 multiplied by 77 is 20,482.

It is: 2*7*13 = 266

14 times 19 = 266

266 US gallons = 1006.920 liters266 Imperial gallons = 1209.260 liters

No, voltages in a wye configuration are not additive. Calculations for wye connection used the nominal voltage of 480 volts. The voltage of 277 volts is derived from the the phase voltage of 480 divided by the square root of 3 (for three phase) . 480 / 1.73 = 277 volts. For phase voltage of 460 the coil voltage to ground will be 460/1.73 = 266 volts.

133 goes into 266 2 times.

266/60 = 4.43333...hours