### How do you factor 19 - t squared?

(the square root of 19 - t)(t + the square root of 19) Read More

### What is the use of t-square?

A T-Square is a drafting tool for drawing straight horizontal and vertical lines, relative to the edge of the drafting board. Read More

### Who invent the t-square?

Warren Mallillin Taguibao (1200-1293) a filipino invented the T-square(in our time now) during his hard work in school making 90deg.perfect lines. Apparently he invented the T-square by making an ordinary ruler with an head called the "T". Read More

### How do you make square in c language?

What sort of square do you want to make. Tri square "T" square Round square Read More

### What t-square look a like?

The letter T. The "square" in the name refers to the right angles formed where the horizontal of the T meets the top of the vertical. Read More

### What is the name of L or T shaped carpentry tool?

The L-shaped tool with measurements on it is called a square. The T-shaped one with measurements on the side is called a T-square. Read More

### How long does it take to fall 818 meters?

12.9 seconds t=square root of 2d divided by g t=time d=distance g=gravitational constant 9.8 m/s square so.... t=square root of 2(818) divided by square root of 9.8=12.92047....... Read More

### What company has a logo with a black square with a white t in it and a red square with a white cross in it?

TISSOT Read More

### What is the integral of e raised to the square root of x divided by the square root of x?

replace square root o x with t. Read More

### What is the square root of t15th?

Note that t15 contains the perfect square factor of t14. We can rewrite the expression as: √(t * t14) = √(t * (t7)²) = t7√t Read More

### How does Punnent square of two dwarf look like?

t t ---- t tt tt ---- t tt tt ---- ---- Read More

### If the square of t is less than one half of t what is the possible value for t?

t.5 or 1/2t Read More

### How do you factor 16t2 plus 575?

This one's ugly. (5 times the square root of 23 minus 4it)(5 times the square root of 23 plus 4it) where i is the square root of negative one. Read More

### What are the function of a t-square?

A T-square is a piece of apparatus used by people making mechanical drawings; it is used for measurements in plans. They are usually made of wood, plastic or metal in a triangular shape with a 30, 60 or two 45-degree angles. Read More

### Why does the formula for a square work?

Because all the sides and angles of a square is congruent This was by Tyrell T. Ingram Read More

### What is the area for a square?

Area = t2 (t multiplied by t) ,where t = length of the square's side Read More

### How do you draw a trapezoid with congruent sides?

you can`t if you did it would be a square Read More

### Technical drawing instruments and their uses?

Instrument Ruller, Rubber, set square, T Square, Drawing Table, Compass, etc. Read More

### What is a floor of a cave?

pokemon is awsome bro the floor of a cave is the square root of 82 times the square root of 99 t Read More

### What do R Sq and T in the codes represent?

R is round, Sq is square and T is triangle. Read More

### What is the function of a T-square?

In Drafting, the T-Square acts as a Reference Frame for the drawing to be made. The edge that rides along the drafting table or board is a perfect 90o to the blade. The Paper is first aligned (squared up) with the T-Square's top edge. Then any lines drawn against the blade are perfectly parallel to it. Using Plastic Triangles of various types, angled lines can be drawn that are true to the reference line of… Read More

### What is 59424.77 rounded to t nearest square mile?

That depends on what it was to begin with. If that's 59424.77 square miles, it rounds to 59424 square miles. If it's something else, you should tell us what it is. Read More

### What are measuring tools that are used in wood working?

"T" square, triangle Square, Tape Measure, Compass, protractor- just to name a few Read More

### What are the connection between triangular numbers and square numbers?

T(n-1) + T(n) = S(n) Read More

### Where on the punnett square is the genotype of the parents places?

On the outside of the squares. So, an example would be: T t t t Read More

### Cocoa powder conversion to baker's chocolate square?

1 Oz. chocolate square= 3 Tbsp. cocoa powder + 1 T. fat Read More

### How many square yards are need t o cover a room 14x14?

You have to multiply the two dimensions to get the area. In this case the answer will be 196 square feet. Divide that by 9 gives you 21.78 square yards. Read More

### What is the difference between a chi-square and t-distribution?

Chi-square is a distribution used to analyze the standard deviation of two samples. A t-distribution on the other hand, is used to compare the means of two samples. Read More

### What is the difference of chi-square and t test?

They are applicable in different circumstances. Read More

### What does a capital letter such as T represent in a Punnett square?

a dominant gene. novanet Read More

### Name two metric units that are used to express area?

In order to use units of measurement to calculate area with the metric system, measurements such as square millimeters, square centimeters, square meters, and square kilometers are used. Additionally, a hectare isnâ??t area equal to a square with 100 m on each side. Read More

### A tennis ball is thrown horizontally at a speed of 10 meters per second from the top of a building 78.4 meters high How long does it take the ball to hit the street?

t=(square root of)(2d/g) t=2(78.4)/9.8 t=156.8/9.8 t=(square root of)16 t=4 seconds Read More

### How do you get square feet into a triangle?

Square feet is a measure of area and does not have to be square. The area of a triangle is 0.5*base*height where the base and height are expressed in feet. (The height is the vertical distance from the apex t the base.) Read More

### How many square inches are in 12 square fee t?

1 sq ft is 144 sq inches 12 sq ft is 12 times that or 1,728 Read More

### Where does the saying fits you to a t come from?

Well, I can see why the expression "It fits to a T" would derive from the T-Square, used by carpenters before more sophisticated measuring devices came along. As to why the T-Square is called a T-square, I would think that's simply because the instrument is shaped like a T. So when something fits you to a T, it means that it fits as well as a carpenter's fitting together of two pieces of material--and if… Read More