VDT stands for video display terminal or visual display terminal. It is a computer term which is familiarly known to us as the monitor. Its job is to communicate to the user, through texts, pictures, and videos the results of the computing process.
Video Data Toolkit
Video Display Tube, an old name for the computer monitor.
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Sure. By finding the area under the curve within the limits of time, we can find the distance covered in that time duration. Since v = ds / dt, ds = v dt. So for small time gap dt, vdt gives the displacement ds. So by integrating vdt for the limits, we can get the total displacement S
Interesting question. Visual Display Terminal and Visual Display Unit. Many years ago computer terminals (the thing you sit in front of and type) were based on Teletypes - ie there was a mechanical keyboard which printed your typing on paper as the keystrokes were sent over the wire to the computer. the computers responses were also typed on the same paper. (sometimes confusing). To improve speed and save on paper the display of the user input and computer output was changed to be on a screen. On some this was orange print, on other makes it was green. The original devices were text only - no graphics. This was called a VDT to distinguish them from the old physical terminals. The term VDU came into common use a few years later as graphics became available. An employee with a VDT could only work with text, one with a VDU also had (limited) graphics support. The terms today are pretty much interchangeable and as far as I know VDT is more or less an obsolete term.
The result of processing data on a computer can be viewed on a display, monitor, screen, CRT, VDT, LED display, printer or be obtained by voice output.
In LWW Peter is 13, Susan is 12, Edmund is 10 and Lucy is 8. In PC There all a year older and in VDT there all another year older
Consider a body moving at constant speed in a circular path of radius r. In dt seconds, it covers a distance of ds through an angle of dA. Its change in velocity is dv. We then have the following equations:1. ds = rdA (from length of arc = radius x angle subtended at centre of circle in radian)2. ds = vdt (from distance = speed x time)3. dv = vdA (Here, a vector diagram will help)Note that these are only approximations. Due to lack of the approximation sign, I have used the equal sign itself.From 1 and 2,rdA = vdtdA = vdt/r --------- 4Substituting dA = vdt/r into 3, we have:dv = v(vdt/r)dv/dt = v2/rAs the small changes approach zero,lim(dv/dt) = v2/r=> Centripetal acceleration = v2/r (since a = dv/dt)Note here that they are exactly equal.From Newton's second law,Centripetal force = mv2/r = mw2rwhere w is the angular velocity and v = wr.
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Stand to is when some one asks you to STAND and LISTEN
People stand, animals stand, trees stand, almost all living things stand.
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Antonyms for stand are 'sit' and 'lie.'
Retort stand Tripod stand The answer is stand
sto, stare, steti, statum (to stand, stand firm, stand up.)
Stand is a verb. It describes an action. "Stand on the curb and wait for the bus." Stand is also a noun. "Take a stand for what you believe in."
refreshment stand or concession stand
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Stat means stand in latin.
The future tense of stand is "will stand."
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M stand for Maumoon and D stand for Dhanjassaa and P stand for Party (Maumoon Dhanjassaa Party)