How can I keep my room warm with little to no budget my room has a doorframe with no door and the heating vent does nothing and there is an 8ft by 7ft window that is always in the shade?
Hang a blanket over the door and get a small electric heater with a fan. New they should be about $20. Used can be $5. Do anything you can to seal the room from heat loss. Unless the window is insulated, covering it with blankets will help also.
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You saw the table in half It makes a whole (Whole-hole) You escsape through the whole
Any body at a temperature higher than its surroundings loses heat to the surroundings, and the rate of loss of heat is proportional to the temperature difference. Clothes provide an insulating layer around your body which tends to keep your skin temperature higher than would be the case without clot…hes, so you feel warmer, but heat is still escaping through the layers of clothing, and the lower the room temperature the more heat you will lose. So there must be some effect on how warm you feel due to the room temperature varying. Of course you can always put on more clothes to compensate, but you exposed parts, face and hands mostly, will notice the lower room temperature. ( Full Answer )
set fire to the couch using the light and mirror and hope that it burns down the whole room
well, if it was really dark and it was kinda in a tunnel........ ANSWER: . You would be on the inside of an egg. Now use your beak and escape.
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You are in a room with no doors or windows all you have is a bat and ball the room is made of metal how do you get out?
Okay before I answer this question, I want to ask if there is no windows or doors, how did u get in there in the first place? And to get out, hit ur self in the head until ur out :) On the contrary, I believe you should play some baseball and hopefully outsiders will hear your clanging inside the m…etal box.. Sorry folks, but that is a very, very old joke. The answer is: "You repeatedly throw the ball into the air then swing the bat and try to hit it. If you swing and miss three times in a row, you're out." ( Full Answer )
Step into the middle of the table then jump. The tabble with break in half. Two halves make a whole.
Thanks for answering the question Should ceiling vents be directed towards the window or theroom? NOT
Simple.. Step 1: Tear the paper in half Step 2: Join the 2 halves together Step 3: Realise that the two halves have made a whole Step 4: Escape through this hole.
try tin foil cotton, aluminum foil, thermocol, and any other materials that keep water warm By:Rohan Nothing quite anything you might want to try a cup of water and cover it with a lid which will prevent your cup af water to stay warm for at least an hour. By- Dr. Chemicals
A man is in a room all he has is a table and a saw there are no windows or doors how does he get out?
Use the saw to cut the table in half, two halves make a whole and you escape through the whole (or 'hole', it's a play on words)
if u want to get out of a stuck door room and you have no window first you sit on the ground and prey for it to open then tug at the lock (if have lock) then keep on turning the knob and slamming your shoulder in the door if that doesn't work get the heaviest thing in the room that you can pick up a…nd slam that in to the KNOB not the door then turn at the knob and push again then if that doesn't work you have to get the smashing item again then keep doing that smash, push, and open this has happen to me before so i know what to do ( Full Answer )
They never said that the room didn't have a ceiling! :-) And if that's not it, then try " the same way he got in". Hope this helps!
How do you keep your little sisters from coming in your room when they will not let you come in their rooms?
Put a lock on your bedroom door. That way, your sister cannot get into your room. You can give her something from your room that you don't mind her to play with as long as she play with it elsewhere.
You look in the mirror, you see what you SAW, and you take the saw, cut the table in half, two halves make a HOLE, you climb through the hole and get out. :) Look in the mirror, see what you saw, take the saw cut the table in half, two halves make a whole, jump in the HOLE. You're out! Hope it helpe…d. You look at the mirror. You see what you saw. You get the saw. You cut the table in half. 2 half's make a whole. You jump through the hole. The hole is a cave. There's bats in the cave. You get the bat. Three strikes and you're out. -Look into the mirror and you see what you saw (what you saw in the mirror) -Using the saw cut the table in half. -two halfs make a whole. -so you jump threw the hole. ( Full Answer )
In order to heat a room evenly should heating vents be placed near the floor or near the ceiling of the room?
It would be better to place the heating vent near the floor because the heat will travel up and down, so that way the room would be heated evenly. If you place it near the ceiling, the heat would not heat the floor that well, since the heating vent sucks back in the heat
Well really you couldn't you would starve and go crazy. Plus what kind of question is this
Aluminum foil is used to block out sunlight, which will prevent the room from heating up. It will not keep the room warm by itself.
You're in a room and the room has a door and no windows The door is locked How do you get out if all you have is a baseball bat?
brk th dr w/ bsbll bt. hit the door as much as you could and it might fall down and you are free!
he looks in a mirror. He sees what he saw. he grabs the saw. cuts a table in half two halves make a hole and he jumps through the hole If the room has not got any doors then I'm assuming you can just walk through the doorframe? Likewise for the windows ;) Stop imagining.
how did he got in without any door or window ?? the same way he gotout LOL
You lower yourself in from the roof . You bash a hole in the wall . You ask someone how to get in (I personally like option 2) . Man: I say, how do you get into a building that has neither doors nor windows? Peter Griffin: I'll bite. How? Man: You run around until you're ALL IN. Peter G…riffin: Schnockers! He did it again! I bet that's what you meant. since there's no doors and windows you can just walk straight in. ( Full Answer )
you just answered your own question, because your in a crowded room where the windows are closed
He breaks down the cardboard walls, then skips along, wondering why anyone would make a room out of carboard.
Look in a mirror, then at the wall and back at the mirror to seewhat you saw. Use the saw to cut the table in half, then join thetwo halves to make a whole. Put the 'hole' on the wall and climbout
On the surface, it will take 42 tiles that are 14" x 14" to tile a room that is 8' x 7' in size. If we have 6 tiles across the room, that'll be 6 x 14" or 84" or 7' across. That's our 7-foor dimension. If we have 7 tiles along the room, that'll be 7 x 14" or 98" or 8'2" along. That's our 8-foot di…mension. There are 2" of extra tile that will have to be trimmed.. Note that when we actually tile a real room, we have to start in the middle and not in a corner. We'll chalk the floor, set the center tile and tile outward. We'll cut a bit off the tiles of both ends or both sides of the room to make it "look right" when we're finished. Just so you know. And if the question is pointed at that issue (actual tiling of this room as opposed to a simple math problem), you'll be cutting 1" off all the tiles on one end, and 1" off all the tiles on the other end. ( Full Answer )
Space has no walls, windows, or doors (the 'move around' space, not the 'outer' space). The 'move around' space is also called 'room' (like 'room' to move around).
You are in a room with no windows and no doors All you have with you is a chair and a saw How are you going to get out of the room?
saw the chair in half...two halves make a whole....escape through the hole.....thank you, thank you, i will be here all week, lol
You are in a steel room with no windows and no door a baseball bat a piano a saw and a table How do you get out of the room?
wow. well first off you should build a tower with all that stuff and go out of a window but then you would most likely fall out and it will hurt so take the baseball bat with you to protect yourself and swing it rapidly as you fall. Use the saw to cut the table in half. As 2 halves make a whole (h…ole) you can climb through to your freedom. Blame my grandfather for that answer, he told me that one when I was a kid! ( Full Answer )
Your room is the very far from the heater But your room has always been really warm Would there be an answer why your room is so warm?
Because of radiation cause by the materials that made up your room. like for example if your room is made up of concrete.
Ok if your stuck in a room and the only thing in it is a table a saw no doors no windows no nothing just a table and a saw how do you get out?
Saw the table in half so you get to halves. Put them together and you get a whole!
I need to find the area of a room that is 7ft by 2 ft by 5 ft by 2 ft by 8ft by 9ft by 20ft by 9 ft?
Well I don't have a clue what you're asking and no one will give you the right answer cause there's no way to comprehend that logically.
Because the surface temperature of the window is below the dewpoint temperature of the air in the room, so the water vapor in the room air condenses on the cold window. If you can, lower the room humidity or raise the room temp to warm the window to stop it.
may be air locked or valve is shut or dirty radiator or need more pressure/nasir-bd.
There was a man trapped in a room of concrete there was no door no windows or no air vents he only had one table and one chair how did he get out?
he used the door? the question doesnt say he didnt have a door... just that he didnt have any windows or vents.
Lock the door or take something they love and blackmail them to do what you want them to do or find their one weakness example / my brother hates Justin Bieber.
area of the room = L Xb. . area = 8 X 6 =48 sq.ft . . converting sq. ft to sq. m. . 1 sq.ft =0.0929 sq.m . 48 sq.ft = 0.0929X 48 . . =4.4593 sq.m
No. This idea is generally considered an old wives tale, as most cars' passenger compartments are not airtight.
Mushroom Well, any room could not have any windows, but in order to get into a room, it must have a door of some sort. And a mushroom is a type of fungus. Though a closet sometimes has neither, it's just connected to your bedroom or some other room that does have a door.
You can turn on heaters or the oven and open it a crack, but if all else fails put a blanket on it.
the air inside heats up and hits the side of the radiator. metal is a conductor so the heat goes through the side of the radiator and all around the room.
When you open a door to a heated room (no fire), the heat should flow into the unheated room in an attempt to reach equilibrium. If there's fire in the closed room, the flames will grow when you open the door because there's more oxygen in the room you're in (and by the way, that's something you sho…uld never do in a fire... when your house is on fire, always check the door to see if it's warm before you open it). ( Full Answer )
because in a warm room the temperature out side is cooler so it will be cold by the window
Coz... false celing are generally made of pop that provide a layerof air between the two celing as the air is the poor conductor ofheat it prevents the transmission of heat from either sides
64 square feet. This is an easy calculation - just multiply the length by the width. The answer is the number of square feet.
No. Not only would it not work, but the food inside would get ruined. Bad idea.
i dont know but by the way what is a snakes favourite subject in school
What type of central heating system circulates hot water through radiators to warm a room and also creates warm air that is blown into a room through a vent in a floor or wall at the same time?
The question asked isn't well qualified but it sounds like there is hydronic baseboard with an additional heating coil in an air handling system but that is not a typical installation so what kind? I would say "Custom" it doesn't match up with standard types of installations
I am not sure but I think it's convection because convection iswhen Convection is broadly the movement of any molecules throughany fluid state, including liquids and gasses. So when you opena window in a hot room you are allowing the fresh cool air fromoutside to come into the hot room
Because heat naturally rises, a false ceiling will keep that heatcloser to the ground, where we are.