It expands; example/ If you take a bearing for a ( motor shaft-not an engine, an electric MOTOR ) to install a new bearing after removing the others simple heat the new one to a moderate temperature with gloved hands slide it onto the shaft. It cools rapidly and is on the shaft as though it was pressed on.
Bigger - the higher the denominator of a fraction, the smaller the 'piece'
1/5 An eighth piece is smaller *REMEMBER: The bigger to bottem number the smaller it is.*
a ten cent piece is smaller.
No. A grain of sand is a lot smaller than a piece of gravel.
its help you by the muscles in there to brack the bigger piece down to smaller Pisces
a consumer in a pond ecosystem could be a fish eating a piece of algae, or a bigger fish eating a smaller fish.
You would just trim off the paper that sticks out the bottom or top.
Enzymes are smaller than the DNA they process in molecular size. This is because the DNA is a very long string of parts, whereas the enzyme is a single piece.
Because when you take a piece off of a piece, you wind up with an even smaller piece.
Why would it? Imagine that every atom of the substance gets a little larger. Wouldn't the atoms in the wall of the hole get bigger too? Then the hole would get bigger, not smaller. Thats Wrong (I think). If the metal atoms around the hole get bigger then the hole should get smaller. And the gas atoms in the hole will be pushed out. Plankey1995 JF
Well a saying goes for any fraction, The bigger the denominator (# on the bottom of the bar) the smaller the piece.
1/12 is greater because the bigger the fraction, the more pieces the whole has to be divided into, so each piece is smaller.
A US 25 cent piece, a quarter, is close to one inch in diameter; it is just short. Its diameter is just about 15/16 of an inch. The diameter of a circle is the length all the way across the face of the circle going straight through the center. So a quarter gives you a good estimate of a circle with one inch diameter. Just imagine a circle very slightly bigger across.If you take an ordinary lead pencil and trace a circle using a US quarter as your template, you'll probably come even closer to a one inch diameter circle. Test it out with a ruler handy so you can get a better sense of it.
yes the the turkey is bigger than the chiken
Diameter is not a unit of length and so the only appropriate answer is, perhaps, "As long as the piece of string!"
it started when a small piece of land and got bigger bigger and bigger and thats how it got its shape.
it will never be bigger
A smaller asteroid is simply a piece of rock, or ice. It doesn't necessarily have any parts. Larger asteroids - the largest have a diameter of several hundred kilometers - are likely to have layers, similar to planets.
Two fifths is greater than three tenths, because the smaller the denominator (top number), the bigger the piece (bottom number).
When the pawn gets to the other side of the board, it can get promoted into a bigger piece, such as a quenn or a knight.
That's called a "great circle" of the sphere. -- It's any circle whose center is at the center of the sphere. -- Its diameter is equal to the diameter of the sphere. -- Its area is equal to 1/4 the surface area of the sphere. -- The shortest distance between any two points on the sphere is along the piece of the great circle on which they lie. (There's only one, unless the two points are the opposite ends of a diameter.)
That makes perfect sense. The bigger the bottom number gets in a fraction, the smaller the value of the fraction gets. Because a bigger number on the bottom means that one whole thing is cut up into more pieces; so naturally each piece is going to be smaller.