What is a four letter direction which is not left?
The answer is east. You got this from Binweevils, didn't you!?
Well a regular x-axis and y-axis graph is done like this... First make a horizontal line(from left to right) and draw arrows on each side of the line. mark this the x-axis Second make a vertical line(from top to bottom) that intersects each line in the exact center. mark this the y-axis Third make marks on each of the lines to indicate how far on your line you want to go out. this is line…
(y2 - y1) / (x2 - x1) Ex. slope between (1,2) and (5,6) (6-2) / (5-1) = 4 / 4 = rise over run this means that starting at point (1,2), you move four units in the positive y direction (up) and four units in the positive x direction (right) or (3,2) and (-4,-6) (-6-2) / (-4-3) = -8 / -7 = rise over run this means that starting at point (3,2), you move eight…
It means that at equilibrium the chemical reaction will mainly occur in the direction to the left of the chemical equation eg 6co2 + 6H2o-----> c6h12o6 if equilibrium lies to left it means the dominating direction of the reaction will be to left ie co2 and h2o will be formed from c6h1206 ......hypothetically
To use your left hand to determine the direction of the voltage developed in a moving conductor in a stationary magnetic field you must point your?
The direction of force produced on a current-carrying conductor placed in a magnetic field can be determined by this rule. the thumb, forefinger and middle finger of the left hand mutually at right angles to each other, such that the forefinger is in direction of flux, and the middle finger is in a direction of current flow in the conductor, then the thumb indicates the direction of motion of the conductor.
Hebrew is written from right to left. Modern Greek is written from left to right. Ancient Greek was written boustrophedonically. This "four-dollar word" , (literally 'turning like the oxen') means that the first line is written from left to right, the second from right to left, and so on alternately. Written Greek gradually became written like today's language during the early Hellenistic period.