What is the length of the string used to make all the stitches on a baseball?
According to the Roanoke College C&E News Summary of March
29, 1999: "Who has ever seriously considered what goes in to making
baseballs? To Rawlings, this knowledge is excrutiatingly important.
Today, instructiouns call for a cork nucleus that weighs exactly
0.5 oz and is 2.86 to 2.94 inches in diameter. It is to be incased
in two thin rubber layers - one black, one red - and weigh a total
of 7/8 oz. This nucleus is then machine-wound under high,
consistent tension with 121 yards of four-ply blue-gray wool, 45
yards of three-ply white wool yarn, 53 more yards of three-ply
blue-gray wool yarn and 150 yards of fine white polyester-cotton
blend yarn. THis is coated with rubber cement before the cover is
put on. The cover consistes of two pieces of elongated
figure-eight-shaped white cowhide, dampened to permit strething,
which is then handstiched together with 216 raised stitches, using
88 inches of red cotton thread. Finally, the ball is rolled for 15
seconds while still slightly damp so the seams are even and
At this point, the balls are still not ready for the big league. Balls are selected at random from each shipment and shot from an air cannon at 85 feet per second at a wall made of northern white ash (the wood used to make bats). Each tested ball must bounce back at between 0.514 and 0.578 of its original speed to be suitably lively for Major League Baseball."
A String is a variable that represents a list, or array, of characters. They are normally assigned using double quotes (""). When using strings you must import string header file #include <string> and then an example of a string string mystring = "This is a string"; This give the variable 'mystring' a value of "This is a string". A string can also be referred to as an array of characters char string ; Would make…
It depends on the yarn and how long you want your piece to be. Make a gauge patch (knit a square about 4"x4"). Lay a ruler on your work horizontally and count how many stitches are in 4". (If the square wound up smaller than 4", use 3" instead). Now you have a ratio 4" (or 3") : n stitches. Stitches to cast on = (desired length * n)/4 (or 3)
I think your question is: if you knitted 30 stitches, how long, in inches, would that be? There is no way to tell. Different types of yarn (wool, cotton, silk, rayon), stitch up differently. The size of the yarn--fingering, worsted, bulky--would change the length that 30 knit stitches would make. Also the size of the needle would change how long 30 stitches would be. If you really want to know, knit a swatch of 30…
The harp player plucks a string and it vibrates at a certain frequency, depending on the length of the string. The shorter the string, the higher the pitch. The volume can be determined on how hard the string is plucked. The harp is made of wood because wood resonates well. A pedal can be attached in order to make each string higher by shortening it by a certain amount.
* Begin with a couple of stitches worked on the spot, and then take a stitch and a space. * Take the needle back over the space and bring it out the same distance in front of the thread. * Continue to the end of the seam. * Fasten off with a couple of stitches on the spot. * Begin with a few backstitches. * Make diagonal stitches over the raw edge, spacing them equally…
In Java there is no keyword called "length." I think you may actually be referring to the difference between the length() method of something like the String class and the length property of an array. Example: // Let's create a new String with 5 characters in it. String string = "12345"; // Here we call the length method. System.out.println(string.length()); // Let's now create a new array of characters with 5 characters in it. char array…
You can use a very large knitting needle for bigger loops and you can create different rows with different size stitches. The only stitch that you need to know is single crochet, can you believe it? For this tutorial, I used my favorite crochet thread in size 3 with a size C crochet hook and a size 17 knitting needle. The usual grouping of stitches is 4 to 6. Your initial chain will vary in…
If you have a bow that says 29-32 draw length and have it adjusted all of the way down to 29 Can you put a shorter string and cable on it to make it 26 or 27 draw length and if so what are the lengths?
The simplest rib stitch is this. Count stitches for even, then k2,p2 to the end of the row. Make sure that you reverse the order of stitches when you turn the row, in other words, start with k2 on the p2 you just finished. This will give you a nice even rib stitch piece. Continue for the length desired.
Which is transforming of a string of charracters into a usually shorter fixed-length value or key that represents the original string?
That is called a "hash". Please note that, since there is a finite number of texts of a fixed length, several strings will result in the same hash. Also, there is no easy way to get the original string (or one of them) back from the hash; hash functions are often chosen on purpose to make this difficult.
Because when you pluck / strum (or in a piano;s case pressing will cause the strings to be hit ) it causes the strings to make a vibration and it will make a difference on the length and thickness of the string to what sound it will make It also makes a sound because when you pull it and release it it makes a sound. Almost everything makes a sound.
To figure out how to increase 13 stitches evenly across 100 stitches, you divide 100 by 13, which gives you 7.7. This means you want to increase every 7 or 8 stitches. It doesn't matter exactly where the increases are placed as long as they're distributed throughout the 100 stitches instead of all in one place. This will make for a nice even increase instead of a bulge in one place. Be sure to count…
i just figured out how to make the twin towers with a string!!! loop the string between your thumb and pinky,with opposit hand and index finger make two more loops,(just like how you start the "cut off a hand" trick, with left hand release strings on index and pinky finger,then pull lower string on pinky of right hand and stretch to full length, there are two towers standing tall between your fingers
To crochet a shell stitch you will be making a series of double or treble stitches, which will be joined at the top, but not the bottom. A common number of stitches used to make the shell would be five, however if only two stitches are joined, that would be referred to as a decrease, and doesn't really qualify as a shell stitch. I have attached some links to video tutorials to show you how…
Turning chain. These are the stitches you make before you turn your work to begin another row. The number varies with each stitch. These stitches bring your work to the correct height before you make additional stitches. For single crochet that tch does not count as a stitch. For double crochet and all taller stitches, it does count as a stitch.
What is the relation between the length of the string of stringed instruments and pitch of the note the string produces?
The shorter you make a string, the higher the pitch will be. You can notice that as someone plays the guitar, and they slide their fingers toward the body, the pitch gets higher. If you loosen a peg on a stringed instrument to elongate the string, the pitch drops because the frequency (how many vibrations per second) decreases.
Do a slip knot on the needle make 48 stitches on the needle then do the Knit stitch technique until you get it the correct length you want if you want different colors then do a slip knot on the end string with your next color. I suggest 50 rows for a newborn blanket or 60-100 rows for a kid or bigger blanket so get knitting oh, and you might want to check out this…