How do you read O on a graphic fractional scale?
Graphic and fractional scales are two different things. A graphic scale on a map is a line marked with the lengths which represent real distances. It has a zero at one end. A fractional scale simply gives the ratio between map and real distances, e.g. 1: 10 000, so zero doesn't come into it.
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The Richter scale has no upper and lower values, although in practical terms the lowest magnitude earthquakes that are capable of being recorded have a Richter magnitude of -3 (the minus numbers occur because Charles Richter chose an arbitrary seismic wave amplitude to equal a magnitude of 1 and sei…smometers have become more sensitive since then, so smaller seismic waves can be detected leading to magnitude values lower than 1). Conversely, the largest-ever earthquake recorded was a magnitude 9.5 event which occurred on May 22, 1960, in Valdivia, Chile. Some more background information It is thought that the asteroid impact event that occurred at the Cretaceous-Paleogene boundary, 65.5 million years ago and thought to have contributed to the extinction of the dinosaurs (creating the Chicxulub crater), would have emitted energy equal to an earthquake of magnitude 12.5 on the Richter scale. ( Full Answer )
At what temperature will a reading on the Kelvin scale be three times the reading on the Fahrenheit scale?
At the approximate temperature 104.47 Â°F (313.41 K). . Calculating First, take the conversion formula K = (F + 459.67)*5/9 . and make equation, which suits to our purposes. F*3 = (F + 459.67)*5/9 . solve the equation . F*3 = F*5/9 + 255.37 F*3 - F*5/9 = 255.37 F*(27 - 5) = 2298.33 F = 104.4…7 . Let us check the result at http://www.ghostcalc.com/temperature-converter.html . Well, 104.47 on Fahrenheit is 313.411 on Kelvin . 313.411 / 3 = 104.4703 . All right ! ( Full Answer )
320Â°F is the same temperature as 160Â°C. The formula is F = 1.8C + 32 For Fahrenheit to be twice the Celsius, let F = 2C Then . . . 1.8C + 32 = 2C 0.2C=32 C = 160Â°
There are a couple different types of balance scales. For a triplebeam balance, balance the scale, place item in the pan, move thesliders starting with the largest, adjust weight to zero, and addthe riders for the total weight. For a one-pan scale, place item inone pan, estimate, place mass on free …end until even, then add themasses for the total weight. ( Full Answer )
320Â°F is equal to the Celsius temperature 160Â°C.. Solved by the algebraic formula F = 2C where F = 1.8C + 32. 1.8C + 32 = 2C / .2C=32 / C = 160 .
I think those indicate to a precision of a couple of decimalplaces, and then even calculate the price and print out a sticky label for theproduct container. So the whole-number pounds are the number before the decimal point.
main scale is the least accurate reading on the device. the vernier scale uses an offset of divions that only allows one "line" or division to line up with the scale below. This scale is more accurate than the main scale. for example, the main scale may produce an accuracy of 0.125 of and inch plus …or minus 0.125 of an inch, whereas the vernier would produce an accuracy of 0.025 of and inch. therefore if two divivions of the main scale and one division of the vernier scale were combined it would prodice and reading of (0.125+0.125+0.025 = 0.275) inches. ( Full Answer )
The highest reading on a Richter scale was 9.5. The earthquake withthe highest reading ever took place in 1960, in Valdivia, Chile.
.000345 that is just simple math right of the point the places start 10th 100th 1000th and so on read away. okay, but, how did you determine the .00345? In other words, hwo do you read the caliber? How did you egt those numbers?
That depends on which scale it is you are looking at. It could be that an arrow lines up with a number: that is the reading.
You read ounces on a digital scale, by reading what is after thedecimal point. Any numbers after the decimal point are ounces.
Make sure the weights on the hundreds, tens, and ones places are in the notch and a number is showing in the little window. Add these together. Then look at the scale with the slider. It is numbered in tenths of a gram. The little tick marks are hundredths of a gram. Count the tenths and add that… to you number so far. Then count the number of little tick marks. That adds the hundredths place to your number. ( Full Answer )
You read a graphic novel in the same way you would any book or novel - one page at a time, from let to right. The difference between an illustrated graphic novel and a written work is that in graphic novels a lot of description is inferred from the illustrations, rather than written. One comic panel… can serve as an entire page of a written novel sometimes. Save ( Full Answer )
(mapping) A graduated line that indicates the length of miles or kilometers as they appear on a map; the line has the advantage of remaining true after the map is enlarged or reduced in reproduction. Also known as bar scale. .
Exactly the way you read any other scale. Remember metric is based on ten, so if you have a ruler, a quarter of the way between 2 and 3 is not 2 1 / 4 " but 2.25 (cm)
i am not sure i know what you are asking? do you mean the scale like you find a a doctors office? If so, measure height by extending the ruler up higher than the person you are measuring. Have the person stand with their back to the ruler, lower the ruler until the flat part is sitting on top of the…ir head, and record the corresponding number on the ruler. As for the weight, use the balance. Move one weight at a time starting with the heavier weights (usually in 100lb increments) If the scale tips, put that weight back one notch and continue with the smaller weights until the bean rests level. ( Full Answer )
Log scales have there scales exponentially written. They are used to provide a detailed line for smaller values when on a normal graph this would be hard to see as they are too small. Most Log Scales use base 10, so this tutorial is for that. If your log scale uses a different base (it will not be s…egmented by multiples of 10, eg: 0.1, 1.0, 10, 100), just substitute your number in.. 1. On the x scale identify where your number lies. Mine lies between 10 and 100.. 2. Find the ratio your number is along your section of the log scale. So I measure the distance from 10 to my number and divide it by the distance from 10 to 100.. The distance to my number from 10 = 20 mm. The distance to 100 from 10 = 100 mm. Therefore the ratio = 20/100 = 0.2. 3. Find the value of your number by this formula: 10^(ratio) x previous log marker. For me this = 10^0.2 x 10. = 1.585 x 10 = 15.85. 4. You're done! your answer is 15.85 (x scale units).. Another example: your value lies 3/4 of the way between 0.01 and 0.1. =10^0.75 x 0.01 = 5.623 x 0.01 = 0.0056 ( Full Answer )
Reading and using statement of scale graphic scale and scale shown by representative fraction method?
To convert map measurements to actual distance, measure the scale distance on the map and multiply by the denominator of the scale (the larger number in the ratio). e.g. two cm on a 1:25000 map equals 2x25000 = 50,000 cm or 500 meters.
The pH scale is made up of 3 parts: . Acidic . Basic . Neutral These 3 parts are represented on the scale in different points. The scale is like this: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 A substance with pH between 1-7 is Acidic and on a universal indicator it comes up as the colour red …or yellow. 7 is Neutral . A neutral is a substance like water it is neither acid or alkaline. It comes up as the colour green. 7-14 is Basic . It comes up as the colour blue or purple.. Examples: . On the scale, if the pH is 1, it is an extremely strong acid this will be deep red. . If it is 6, it is an extremely weak acid this will be a yellowish green. . if it is 8, it is an extremely weak base and its light blue. . If it is a 14, it is an extremely strong alkaline and its dark purple. ( Full Answer )
Ok sooo you first put the scale number over the actual number then u ( if needed) covert to the same kind of measurement thennn you put the outcome over the scale again and you simplify........
a verbal scale expresses distance as a statement, such as " one centimeter is equal to one kilometer". a graphic scale consist of the line that represents a certain distance, such as 5km or 5 miles.. a fractional scale expresses ratios, such as 1:63 500. this means 1 unit on the map is 63 500 unit…s on earths surface. ( Full Answer )
yes a scale reads a force. called the normal force which on a flat surface equals your mass times gravity
Force....pressure=force/area, so if you transferred to one foot on the scale it would read half your weight, but that is not the case because it reads force so on one foot the reading is the same
Hfe is an empirical value it means nothing unless a load is considered. the meter probably does not provide the proper loading so why measure it?
Advantages of the rating scales Graphic rating scales are less time consuming to develop. They also allow for quantitative comparison Many organizations use graphic rating scales because they are easy to use and cost little to develop. HR professionals can develop such forms quickly Disadvantag…es of graphing rating scale Different supervisors will use the same graphic scales in slightly different ways (YASIR) ( Full Answer )
On the map will be the information needed. It will say something like "2" equals 100 miles" It will also show you the measurement it is incorporating, a line that equals 2". It used to be called the "key". You will measure out 2" on the map and it will equal 100 miles. 2 is only an example. See link… below. ( Full Answer )
There are sixteen ounces in a pound, by American weight. If the deli scale shows, for example, 1.25, that means that the 1 means one pound, and the .25 means a quarter of a pound (use your knowledge of decimal math: .25 = quarter, or 25%, .5 = half, or 50 %, etc.) If you need to know the total oun…ces that represents, 1 = 16 ounces and .25 is one quarter of sixteen, and 16 divided by 4, = 4 ounces Add sixteen and four, and you get 20 ounces total weight. Keep in mind that if the item being weighed is in a container, the container has weight of its own. The deli clerk should subtract the container's weight (T.A.R.E.) from the total weight, so that you don't pay the item's per pound price for the container. ( Full Answer )
Zero is not at the far left because it allows for the measurement of more precise distances such as 1/4 or 1/2 a mile or tenths of kilometers.
Find the marks that line up exactly (or as exactly as possible and then interpolate). see the Sources and related links below for a page and a video explaining in detail.
The highest recorded reading so far on the Richter Scale was 9.5 for an earthquake in Chile in 1960. In prehistoric times, it is calculated that the chunk of material from outer space that hit the Yucatan Peninsula, possibly dooming the dinosaurs, would have caused a reading of 12.55 on the Richt…er Scale. ( Full Answer )
A fractional scale is a way that map makers tell you what distances on the map represent in real life. It does not use any units, so the scale might state 1:100000 [or 1/100000] which means that 1 unit on the map represents 100000 units in the real world. For example if you measure off 1 cm on the m…ap, this represents 100000 cm (equivalent to 1000 m or 1 km) in the real world. See related link, below. ( Full Answer )
Go to stepheniemeyer.com and it will give you the first chapter. But I dont think that you can read the whole thing online.
A graphic scale allows whoever is viewing the document or image to get an understanding of how large the image is. To accomplish this, you want to draw the scale with exponentially increasing increments, so that the viewer can easily compare the scale increments to the image displayed. For examp…le, if the drawing is at 1/8" = 1' scale, the first increment would be 1 scale foot, then 2 scale feet (1x2), then 4 scale feet (2x2), then 8 scale feet (4x2), and then 16 scale feet (8x2). 0__1__2_____4__________8____________________16 As long as you keep the scale at increments that double at each increase, the scale will remain easy to read and allow for comprehensive comparison between the scale and the image. ( Full Answer )
When a graphic is scaled, the size of your graphic changes, however the proportion remains the same. You can do this by using the corner handles. I had the exact same question in my homework. Hope this helps!
You can download comics on www.marveldcforum.com They have a community library. They are pretty cool about it and have a lot of stuff. If you ask them for something, they will probably have it..
the bigger the number for that particular mineral, the harder it is. it ranges from 1-10, diamond being 10, the hardest.
To read a beam scale like the ones at the doctor's office, you start by making sure the scale is zeroed. The beam pointer must rest at the center mark with no weight on the platform. If the device is not zeroed, make sure the large and small sliding poises (weights) are at their zero position all th…e way to the left. If the pointer still doesn't rest at the center mark then use the zero adjustment screw, usually at the left side of the beam to correct it. Once the scale is zeroed, you take a weight reading by first estimating your approximate weight and sliding the small and large poises along their beams. The large poise increases the weight by large increments such as 50lbs while the small poise is used to increase the weight by finer increments of 0.25lb or so. Step onto the scale platform and adjust the position of the small poise until the beam pointer rests at the center mark (balanced). The weight reading is taken by adding the value of the poise positions. So if the scale balances with the large poise at the 150lb position, and the small poise at the 3.5lb position, your weight is 153.5lb. ( Full Answer )
when the thing you are manipulating in the weighing scale becomes balanced, and that's the time you can tell the exact weight of an object or people.. =)
A graphic scale is one type of map scale, which tells you how distance on the map compares to the actual distance across the land. Graphic scales show the scale as a line or a bar with the distance markings on them. Other types of map scales include numeric (such as 1:24,000 means one inch on the m…ap represents 24,000 inches on land), or verbal (1 inch=1 mile). ( Full Answer )
The highest reading on the Beaufort scale is 12. This number denotes the high speeds of hurricane force winds.
when you scale a fraction up you have to multiply by a number that will get the denominator to the same number. But what you do to the bottom you must do to the top.
We read the Geologic timescale from the bottom to the top because, that is the same way geologists and paleontologists had found the older fossils. The older fossils lay at the bottom, and the more younger ones, near the top.
You can get it from most book stores, such as Barnes and Noble or Borders, or you might be able to find it at your local or school library.
Because the spring scale measures friction,therefore themeasure from the spring scale is equal to the force needed todo something.
Here is part of an academic grading scale: A = 94-100% A- = 90-93 % B+ = 87-89 % If your percentage is 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, or 100, or any fractions between, like 94.001, then your grade on this grading scale is an "A." The difficult part of reading such a scale is knowing what th…e teacher might do with scores that fall between the cracks; for example, what grade is 93.5%? It could be either an "A" or an "A-". Sometimes teachers round up to the next highest grade; sometimes teachers round up from, for example, 93 .5; Sometimes teachers do not deal with fractions. Ask your teacher how to interpret the grading scale more precisely. ( Full Answer )
The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) has a good description of the Richter scale, which is taken from a government publication called 'The Severity of an Earthquake'. For general info howstuffworks and wikipedia also have good information.
Well, first you need to be able to know what a contract is saying;second, what if your deaf then you need to be able to read.
Vernier scale consists of main scale and vernier scale. The first line or the zeroth line coinciding with the main scale reading is the main scale reading. The vernier line except zeroth line coinciding with any line on main scale is the main scale reading.
A map with a scale of 1:50 000 means that 1 cm on the maprepresents 50,000 cm on the ground. Knowing the scale allowsdistance to be measured.
In computer graphics, image scaling is the process of resizing adigital image. Scaling is a non-trivial process that involves atrade-off between efficiency, smoothness and sharpness. With bitmapgraphics, as the size of an image is reduced or enlarged, thepixels which comprise the image become increa…singly visible, makingthe image appear "soft" if pixels are averaged, or jagged if not.With vector graphics the trade-off may be in processing power forre-rendering the image, which may be noticeable as slowre-rendering with still graphics, or slower frame rate and frameskipping in computer animation. More to read by opening the link. ( Full Answer )