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There's little point in answering this, since the answer is of necessity constantly changing.There's particularly little point in answering it with a long and most likely copy-pasted list of inventions that weren't "the latest" when I was in high school thirty years ago (I'm looking at you, Jakebellotti).
Advantages: Can be easily erased and changed Can be zoomed in for more detailed sections Can be copied and pasted many times Depending on skill, can be neater Can be quicker Can be sent to elsewhere quickly Can be stored in a safe place Can be checked for measurements by the computer Can easily mass produce identical products Can work throughout the night so can produce product 24 hours a day Disadvantages: If computer problem, all data will be lost If not checked properly, the object created can go very wrong Can be very expensive Can be hard to do and handling needs training Since not manual, can be slightly irritating because if not familiar with technology, it is very hard to insure exactly what is wanted by the designer e.g. If wanted something engraved instead of cut, the line colour has to be changed into blue instead of red. Sometimes you can't do everything you want to because the tools aren't available Lots of people lost their jobs when CAD CAM originally came out
The six wire motor is probably a two speed or a dual voltage motor. Look on the underside of the motor's junction box. Here is where the wiring diagram of the motor is pasted. Look on the motor's name plate to see if it is a two speed motor. There will be two sets of amps and RPM and maybe voltages. It could be that six terminals are brought out to terminal box so that it can be connected either in delta or star configuration. As stated above the name plate details would indicate the correct connection.
Primitive elevators were in use as early as the 3rd century BC, operated by human, animal, or water wheel power. From about the middle of the 19th century, power elevators, often steam-operated, were used for conveying materials in factories, mines, and warehouses. In 1853, American inventor Elisha Otis demonstrated a freight elevator equipped with a safety device to prevent falling in case a supporting cable should break. This increased public confidence in such devices. Otis established a company for manufacturing elevators and patented (1861) a steam elevator. In 1846, Sir William Armstrong introduced the hydraulic crane, and in the early 1870s, hydraulic machines began to replace the steam-powered elevator. The hydraulic elevator is supported by a heavy piston, moving in a cylinder, and operated by the water (or oil) pressure produced by pumps. Electric elevators came into to use toward the end of the 19th century. The first one was built by the German inventor Werner von Siemens in 1880. (I copied and pasted. Also, please work on improving your grammar.)
Highly visual and dynamic GUI. Any number of windows can be shown at once, all of which are automatically updated (and the file re-run) whenever data changesJunction Diagram - shows the junction in graphical format and includes queue animation, signal states, phases, stages, and results such as delay for each stream. The junction diagram allows access to all data for traffic streams and phases etc, and enables a new junction to be built graphicallyPhase timings diagram - shows phase and stage timings graphically, along with phase delays and intergreensGraph Generator - Allows any result (effective green time, delay, etc) to be plotted against any input parameter (cycle time, sat flow, etc). This serves as a very flexible sensitivity analysis toolReport Generator - reports are generated in HTML, in a format that can easily be pasted into a word processor or spreadsheet. The main diagrams are inserted in vector format, meaning that print-outs are very high qualityUndo/redo allowing stepping back through up to 100 changesQuick edit mode - allows main data to be edited in a spreadsheet formatAll data can be accessed via a 'tree view' system and is therefore accessible from anywhere in the programExport to TRANSYTImporting from other well-known products including OSCADY Classic
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An Answer can not be given.This Q. is not complete, missing information on 'of the following'Typical for a copy-pasted 'multiple choice' question!
first select the pasted image and then press delete.....
499-449 BCE = 50 'pasted'.
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by default what themes is applied to a chart when it is copies from excel and pasted into word
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Technology is constantly on the fast pasted move. There are newer and better graphics cards created every month mostly by NVidia and ATI. There is so many great products out there that it is hard to answer your question.