### How do you add a set of 10 even consecutive numbers to get 70?

10 consecutive even numbers can be arranged in pairs of U1-U10, U2-U9, U3-U8, U4-U7 and U5-U6. Each pair MUST add to the same amount. [U1-U10 must be the same as U2-U9 because U2 is two more than U1 while U9 is two less than U10] So each pair must be 70/5 = 14 Now U10 = U1 + 2*9 = U1 + 18 So U1 + (U1 + 18) = 14 ie 2*U1 = -4…

### What is the solution to Soukoban level 33?

The solution to Soukoban Level 33 is D2, L2, U1, L1, U2, R1, L1, D2, R1, U1, D2, R2, U2, L1, D1, R1, U3, R2, D1, R1, D2, L2, R2, U2, L1, U1, L2, D3, L3, U1, R2, D1, R1, U2, D2, R3, U2, L1, D1, L1, U1, R2, D3, L1, U2, L1, U1, L1, D1, L1, D1, R1, L3, U3, R1, AND D2. D means down, L is left, U is up, and R…

### What does u1-7 lawn tractor battery stand for?

U-1 is the type/size battery your lawn tractor uses. When you replace the battery you would go to a place that sells automotive type batteries like NAPA, Walmart, Sears etc. and shop for a U-1 battery. The only difference in any battery of the same size is the amperage they are rated at. Different amp ratings do not change the overall size of the battery. There are two variations of the U1. The location of…

### The first U-Boat and how it was in water?

Germany's first U-boat, U1, was taken from a group of 4 or 5 subs bound for Russia (sold to Russia) during the Russo-Japanese War in 1904. U1 was commissioned into the German Navy in 1906. U1 was 139 feet long, displacing roughly 238 tons, and stayed in service until about 1919. U1 was fully operational and functioned just fine.

### How do you beat level 29 on B-Cubed?

This is a lot of weaving and there may be another way but I know this one works. Ready u1, r1, u1, l1, u1, r1 (moves), r1, u1, r1, d1, r2, u6 (moves), d1, l1, d1, r1, d1 (moves), d3, r1, d1 (moves), d3, l1, d1, r1, d1 (moves), d1, r2, d2 (moves), l1, d1, r1, d1, l1, d2, (moves), l1, d2, r1, u1 (Winner). Good Luck

### What is second difference in math?

The expression comes from sequences. Given a sequence U1, U2, U3, ... the first differences are (U2 - U1), (U3 - U2), (U4 - U3) and so on. If you consider these as the sequence V1, V2, v3, ... then the second differences in U are the first differences in V. So the second diffs are: V2 - V1 = (U3 - U2) - (U2 - U1) = U3 - 2*U2 + U1 V3…

### How fast can a German U boat go?

The first German U-boat, U1, was taken from a group of German submarines built for export to Russia during the Russo-Japanese War in 1904. After the Russo-Japanese War, the first U1 was commissioned into the German Navy in 1906. U1 was about 140 feet long, was manned by usually 12 men, displaced 238 tons, and ran submerged at 10 mph, surface speed was 12 mph.