If water does not flow fast enough to fill your gravity feed to the washing machine will increasing the out pipe to three quarters fix the problem?
Increasing the size of the outflow pipe will only help in cases where the outflow pipe is restricting flow. In this case, there does not appear to be any restriction resulting from the size of the outflow pipe. So your answer is: No. Suggestions are: 1) increase the inflow pressure by using a steeper grade angle 2) try using pressurized water storage tank in lieu of gravity feed 3) try increasing the size of the inflow pipe if there are any restrictions to flow on the incoming pipe
If you want only quarters, divide 6 / 0.25. [24 quarters, 0 dimes] If you want only dimes, divide 6 / 0.1. [60 dimes, 0 quarters] If you want some combination of quarters and dimes, you can experiment a bit. For this specific problem, you'll need an even number of quarters to get the exact amount - so you can use zero quarters, 2 quarters, 4 quarters, etc.
maybe newton? yes it was Isaac Newton... the law of gravity! Only problem, of course, is that this is actually something that he conclusively disproved. If an object has a sufficiently high upward velocity, gravity, weakening evermore with increasing distance, will not be able to bring the object down. It will be in a 'hyperbolic' orbit. In other words, it is popularly attributed to him, but it is unlikely that he said it.
The main problem with IPv4 is that there is not enough addresses. Another problem that was found with the current system (that is, with IPv4) is that routing tables were increasing dramatically. Right now, the largest routers (at the core of the Internet) already have to manage routes about a quarter million different networks - and this number continues increasing. The main problem with IPv4 is that there is not enough addresses. Another problem that…
No. You can say that you will look into something, or that you will get someone to look into something, but you cannot say 'get look'. These are all correct: 'I will look into your problem with the leaking washing machine tomorrow.' 'I will get a plumber to look into your problem with the leaking washing machine tomorrow.' 'I will get your problem with the leaking washing machine looked into tomorrow.'
There are many reasons this might happen. Does the fax machine get dial tone, and do you hear ringing and an answer, with a fax tone after the fax machine on the other end answers? If not, then there is either a problem with the telephone line or you have entered the fax number incorrectly. If so, then there may be some other problem with the fax machine.
Universal Turing machine (UTM) is machine which can simulate any other TM, thus can compute anything computable Halting problem: given randomly chosen TM with finite randomly chosen input tape, decide that this machine will ever halt (i.e. reach state which never changes, doesn't change tape or move TM head). Halting problem for arbitrary TM was proven undecidable
A quarter is 808.5 mm3. If you melted the quarters into a slurry, and poured that into the barrel, you could fit 208 million/808.5 = 257,000 quarters into a 55 gallon drum. If you want to preserve them whole, this becomes a stacking problem. There will be spaces between the quarters, and we would have to estimate how much space is wasted. Just drawing packed circles on a piece of paper I'd guess perhaps 10%…
Global warming. Our weather is changed and this changes how we live and what we grow. The oceans are rising and coastal areas are flooding. The ice caps are melting and polar bears are drowning. The massive forest fires that now happen threatens cities, houses, and national parks. We are getting to a tipping point of no return if something is not done.
There are many reasons your fax machine might be failing to send a fax. First, there may be a problem with the fax machine itself, including a paper jam or other mechanical problem, or the fax machine is unplugged, or the fax machine is out of fax paper. (Many fax machines insist on printing a confirmation after sending a fax, so you need fax paper to send as well as to receive.) Second, there may…