# What is 100x2?

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100x2, 50x4, 20x10 5x40, 1x200. 25x8

10% = 1000/10 = 100 20% = 100x2 = 200 So 20% of 1000 = 200

Square root of 10,000 = 100, 100x2=200, 200x50= 10,000 So 10,000

If that's + 1, the answer is (10x + 1)(10x + 1) or (10x + 1)2 If that's -1. it gets ugly in a hurry.

100 would be a C. 200 is 100x2, so 200 could also be Cx2. That would be two Cs, so that is CC. 200 is CC.It is: 200 = CC

Factored, that's 4(5x + 1)(5x + 1) or 4(5x + 1)2 If the whole thing equals zero, x = -1/5

100x2=200 200 divided by 25 = 8 Answer = 8 (The 8 would not have a squared sign just '8 feet') (apex) 59.5

10(x - 3)2 = 10(x2 - 6x + 9) = 10x2 - 60x + 90 [ 10(x - 3) ]2 = 100(x2 - 6x + 9) = 100x2 - 600x + 900

4x2/81 = 1 - 16x2/25100x2 = 25*81 - 16*81x21396x2 = 2025x2 = 2025/1396x = +/- 1.2044, approx.

Ohms is a measurement of resistance between the amp and speakers. Most home audio is 8 ohm, if you run 4 or 6 ohm speakers you cut resistance down and get more power out of the amp. Say your stereo is 100X2 @ 8ohm, if you use 4 ohm speakers you should get 50% more power BUT the amp is working twice as hard and can burn up.

There are 200 centimetres in 2 metres. Therefore, 80 centimetres is equal to 80/200 x 100 = 40 percent of 2 metres.

If you mean circle equation: 100x^2 +100y^2 -120x +100y -39 = 0 Then divide all terms by 100: x^2 +y^2 -6/5x +y -39/100 = 0 Completing the squares: (x-3/5)^2 +(y+1/2)^2 = 1 which is radius squared Center of circle: (3/5, -1/2) Radius of circle: square root of 1 = 1 unit

\$7,974.72The offering price of MSFT stock was \$21.00 per share at the IPO on March 13, 1986. If you had bought 1 share at the offering, you would now have 288 split-adjusted shares. So you would be worth 288 * 27.69 = \$7,974.72Someone who invested \$10,000 in the company's IPO would own a stake worth roughly close to \$3,000,000 today.There have been Five 2 for 1 splits and two 3 for 2 splits.100X2=200, 200X2=400, 400X2=800, 800X2=1600, 1600X2=3200 then 3200X1.5=4800, and 1.5X4800=7200\$10,000 at IPO would be \$10,000/\$21= 476 shares.476X72 (72 to 1 is the split ratio) = 34,272 shares. Last week MSFT was right at \$30.34,272X\$30=\$1,028,160

A circle with centre (X, Y) and radius r has an equation of the form: (x - X)&sup2; + (y - Y)&sup2; = r&sup2; Equation of circle: 100x&sup2; + 100y&sup2; - 120x + 100y - 39 = 0 Divide all terms by 100: x&sup2; + y&sup2; - 1.2x + y - 0.39 = 0 Rearrange bringing x terms and y terms together: x&sup2; - 1.2x + y&sup2; + y - 0.39 = 0 Completing the squares: (x - 1.2/2)&sup2; - (1.2/2)&sup2; + (y + 1/2)&sup2; - (1/2)&sup2; - 0.39 = 0 Collect the numbers together on the right hand side: (x - 0.6)&sup2; - 0.6&sup2; + (y + 0.5)&sup2; - 0.5&sup2; - 0.39 = 0 (x - 0.6)&sup2; + (y + 0.5)&sup2; = 0.36 + 0.25 + 0.39 (x - 0.6)&sup2; + (y + 0.5)&sup2; = 1 = 1&sup2; Centre of circle: (0.6, -0.5) Radius of circle: 1

Current Rating of a circuit breaker is simply depends on the load of electrical circuit after circuit breaker + Some Safety Factor. e.g. if i am having 2 electrical drives of rating 100Amp each and 10Amps extra for its control circuit current ,then total load will be 100X2+10*2 = 220Amps. Then we need to take some safety factor [Minimum 125%].suppose i am taking 150% then load current will be 220*1.5 =330Amps. In taking this much of current in consideration,Select the available standard rating for Breaker. On home breakers, it should be specified. these are typically 10, 15, or 20 amp breakers (except for the main breaker). There are two actual ratings, the load rating (10, 15, or 20 amp) and the interrupting rating (when a fault occurs, how much current the breaker can open). Both of these should be written on the breaker itself. If you are interested in larger breaker ratings, then you should find the manufacturer and model if you do not have more information (such as test reports, manufacturer documentation, etc.), and request this information from the manufacturer.

A circle with centre (X, Y) and radius r has an equation of the form: (x - X)&sup2; + (y - Y)&sup2; = r&sup2; Dividing through by 100, completing the square and rearranging gives: 100x&sup2; + 100y&sup2; - 120x + 100y - 39 = 0 &rarr; x&sup2; - (6/5)x + y&sup2; + y - 39/100 = 0 &rarr; (x - (6/10))&sup2; - (6/10)&sup2; +(y + 1/2)&sup2; - (1/2)&sup2; - 39/100 = 0 &rarr; (x - 3/5)&sup2; - 36/100 + (y + 1/2)&sup2; - 1/4 - 39/100 = 0 &rarr; (x - 3/5)&sup2; + (y + 1/2)&sup2; - 1/4 - 75/100 = 0 &rarr; (x - 3/5)&sup2; + (y + 1/2)&sup2; = 1/4 + 3/4 &rarr; (x - 3/5)&sup2; + (y - (-1/2))&sup2; = 1 = 1&sup2; &rarr; Circle has centre (3/5, -1/2) = (0.6, -0.5) and radius 1.

Unfortunately, "It Depends" - - To determine square footage, you have to know whether the lawn is square, rectangular, circular, or some other shape. Assuming a rectangle (or square), the square footage is determined by multiplying the length by the width. Linear footage is determined by adding 2 times the length plus 2 times the width. If the lawn is a square, there is only one answer (as there is only one solution which will give 1500 square feet: length and width of 38.73-some odd decimal, meaning 2 times length and 2 times width gives a linear footage of some 154.92 feet). However, if the lawn is rectangular, there are an infinite number of answers. Giving three examples to show the range: 1) If the lawn is 50 feet long by 30 feet wide, that will give (50x30), or 1500 square feet of area and ([50x2]+[30x2]), or 160 linear feet. 2) If the lawn is 100 feet long by 15 feet wide, that will give (100x15), or 1500 square feet of area and ([100x2]+[15x2]), or 230 linear feet. 3) If the lawn is an alleyway in the middle of a big city and 1500 feet long by 1 foot wide, that will still give the required (1500x1), or 1500 square feet of area...but a whopping ([1500x2]+[1x2]), or 3002 linear feet around! (Note that the square gives the least linear footage possible for a rectangular-shaped lawn) Have fun figuring out circular, elliptoid, and other funny shaped lawns...

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