No, even if going around in a circle is counted, the distance is the same.
You would have to get the larger sizes cuppler with a reducer to the smaller size and then join it together
The base current of the emitter current is smaller.
The larger hose will also have a greater volume and be able to supply a greater volume of air to the tool you are trying to run. A brad nailer doesn't need much air volume (cfm) but a framing nailer or air sander do. Also, larger hose has less pressure drop over a long distance.
Arranging from smaller to larger. From A to Z From 1 to infinite numbers ..
A lever is a simple machine that allows mechanical force to be exerted using a varying distance. Typically, the lever allows the use of a smaller force across a greater distance in the place of a larger force over a smaller distance.
Larger wheels have a larger diameter. Therefor, they will cover a greater distance per rotation of the driven axle, compared to a smaller wheel.
Turning force (Moment) measured in Newton metres is equal to Force (Newtons) multiplied by Distance (metres).Or to put it mathematically: Moment (Nm) = Force (N) x Distance (m)The larger the distance the greater the moment.The greater the force the greater the moment.The greater the distance the smaller the force needs to be.This means that a long screwdriver will prise open a paint can lid much easier than a coin will. This also means that a longer spanner will unscrew a nut easier than a small one (or indeed your hands).
The larger the mass of an object, the greater the force it will exert on other objects. But as the distance from that object becomes greater, the gravitational pull becomes smaller. For example, the sun has a larger mass than the earth, so gravity on the suns surface would be much greater than on earths surface. Also, as you get further and further away from the earth, the less you are influenced by its gravity.
If the smaller cells' total volume is at least that of the larger cell then the smaller cells have the greater surface area.
Greater then is > as in 5>3 Smaller then is the other way around < as in 5<8
Larger brakes = shorter stopping distance.
At a larger distance, the gravitional force gets smaller.
The centimeter is smaller than the kilometer.
No it does not.
Yes, but a scale can also be used to show a smaller distance by using a bigger distance (i.e. the opposite of the above). For example, imagine we were drawing a representation of something really small like the structure of an atom. If we wanted to draw this accurately we would have to use a scale which uses a larger distance to represent a smaller one.
Then the fraction with the smaller denominator is larger.