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Where you get the navs for ulip growth plan for last three years?
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Asked in Flight Times
How long does a FedEx plane take to fly from Tennessee to Toronto?
Asked in Rules of the Road
Why cant sat navs tell us the speed limits on roads?
Which society was known as the worlds best sailors?
What types of technology do police officers use?
Asked in Travel & Places, Job Applications, Iraq
Find job as truck driver in irak?
Asked in Geocaching
What is a good gps for geocaching and driving?
Advantages and disadvantages on satellites in modern telecommunications?
advantages used for long distance communication high speed data transmission many reciver stations can receive signal from the same sender station are used for spying and can detect where nuclear weapons are launched take pictures to help predict the weather used for GPS (sat-navs) and for guiding ships and airplanes Scientists use the disadvantages very costly, haha. Smart. Very smart ^^
Asked in Business Accounting and Bookkeeping
How calculate net assets per share?
Calculating NAVs - Calculating mutual fund net asset values is easy. Simply take the current market value of the fund's net assets (securities held by the fund minus any liabilities) and divide by the number of shares outstanding. So if a fund had net assets of Rs.50 lakh and there are one lakh shares of the fund, then the price per share (or NAV) is Rs.50.00.
Which society was known as the world's best sailors?
An answer we shall never know. Many societies had their fair share of greats when it came to sailing. The Polynesians sailed across the Pacific, using detailed star navigation, wind/wave currents, and many other signs which ultimately led to the colonization of hundreds of islands in the largest ocean on Earth. Vikings 16th Century Spanish 18th Century English So the jury is still out! Many claim it, but Phoenicians are recognized as having well-made boats and excellent navigational (Navs) skills.
Asked in USB Flash Drives, Hard Disk Drives
Can computer work without hard disk?
There are many computers that operate without hard disks; some lightweight laptops use flash memory instead of a hard drive; the flash memory is lighter, faster and uses less power than hard drives. There are also diskless workstations that operate using a network; the operating system, applications and data are held on a central server and diskless workstations use the server instead of a hard drive. Depending on what you mean by "computer", items like mobile phones, sat navs and PDAs very rarely have hard drives.
Asked in Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
What does GPS mean in relation to sat navs?
Global Positioning System (GPS) uses the signals from geosynchronous satellites to provide accurate position information for navigation. As such utilizing GPS for navigation amounts to utilizing satellite navigation ("sat nav"). Note that while GPS, which was developed by the US government is the most widely used satellite navigation system, Russia also has the Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS) deployed which can provide essentially the same satellite navigation capabilities - and can be used in along with GPS to get faster and more accurate position information. The EU, Japan, China, and India are also working to deploy a satellite navigation systems.
Asked in Travel & Places, Maps and Directions
What on earth did people use to get around before sat navs were invented?
Travellers had to purchase paper maps to figure out how to reach a specific destination which made travel difficult since numerous maps would have to be purchased when travelling long distances. The age of satellite navigation using GPS devices began in 2000 when legislation was passed that allowed civilian use of the military's global positioning technology. GPS devices receive signals from 24 orbiting satellites that allow a traveller to receive precise directions to a destination.
Asked in Nissan
How do you remove the spare tire on a Nissan navara?
Behind the rear nearside passenger seat there should be a tool kit, the kit contains wheel brace etc and 3 rods and a handle. Connect the rods together, and you should have a security key that fits on the end of the rods. At the rear of the truck, at the top of the bumper (slightly off centre) you will see a hole, feed the rods (security key first) into the hole and guide it into the spare wheel lowering mechanism. Fit the handle onto the rods and turn, if the security key is located properly, the spare will start to lower, it's on a chain, lower until the wheel is laying flat, keep turning to slacken the chain, remove the chain and grab the spare. To replace spare, reverse above procedure. Note: Later Navs don't have a security key for the spare, as Nissan feel the steel spare wheel isn't worth nicking?
What is the difference between a mutual fund and a bond mutual fund?
A Bond mutual fund is a type of mutual fund that invests in bonds and other government securities that are safe and have a fixed rate of return. Whereas the term mutual fund per say refers to equity mutual funds in most cases which invest in the stock market. Bond mf's are safer whereas equity funds come with a certain risk component but at the same time the returns on equity funds are much higher when compared to bond funds Answer: Bond funds are investment vehicles that are meant specifically for people who are looking for low risk investment options, but want higher returns than they would get from a fixed deposit. The NAVs of most bond funds don't fluctuate as much as equity funds. Bond mutual funds invest in bonds issued by the government or corporate houses. Mutual funds investment involves a group of investors pooling in their money to invest in securities, which could be stocks or bonds. Mutual funds are considered a low risk-high return investment vehicle. If you're interested in mutual fund investment, you may want to get some professional advice.
Asked in Astronomy, Artificial Satellites
What is a geostationary satellite State two uses of a geostationary satellite?
In order for a satellite to stay in space and not fall to earth, it has to move in orbit round the earth. Many satellites and the International Space Station are in low orbit and at that distance above the earth orbit the earth in a couple of hours or so. However, if the orbit is around 26000 miles up, then at that distance the time it takes for a satellite to freely orbit is exactly one day or 24 hours. This means that the satellite is always above the same spot on earth, as the earth also takes 24 hours to rotate. Thus, if we could see the satellite in the sky it would not move across the sky like the International Space Station but it would stay in the same place in the sky. This means that they can be used for communication - when you telephone, say, from Europe to the USA then the signals are received by these satellites, amplified and relayed across the world to the receiver of the call. As the satellites are in the same place in the sky all the time, you can call at any time of the night or day. However, if the satellite moved across the sky in low orbit you would only be able to use it when it was in the sky - in other words you could only telephone for a few minutes at a time and then have to wait until it was back in the sky again. Similarly, these satellites are used for navigation in sat-navs. As the satellite is always in the same point in the sky, it can work out your position at any time of the night or day. The term 'geostationary' comes from 'geo' meaning 'earth' (as in geo-graphy, geo-thermal etc) and 'stationary' - meaning not moving i.e. the satellite is 'not moving above earth'.
What is the greek and latin roots and affixes for rule?
[ΚΥΒΕΡΝΑΩ, ΚΥΒΕΡΝΩ. The affix is equivalent to Cyber- ,or, Cyberno- (e.g. Cyberspace), and Govern- (all of them are sonic equivalents of the Greek word). The original word must have been: (Η)ΥΠΕΡΝΑΙΩ (meaning:) "Floating over (something)". ΝΑΙΩ (v.) = I float. (NAVY = floating). The word for the "ship" in ancient -and both the modern- Greek is: ΝΑΥΣ (pronounced: NAVS, NAFS ). ΝΑΥΤΙΚΟ = the Navy. ΝΑΥΤΙΚΟΣ = the sailor. (Η)ΥΠΕΡ stands for: OVER ( deutsch: UBER, (S)UPER- ). The word HIBERNIA (=winter), (just think: Hibernation) has to do with the snow clouds FLOATING OVER the land. SIBERIA = HIBERNIA. IBERIC / IBERIAN (peninsula) = HIBERNIA, too!] WHAT ABJECTLY UNQUALIFIED NONSENSE! Whatever residue of fact is imbedded in the above statement is immaterial to say the very least. Michaelides, enough is enough. This is the second time I've come across your inconceivably benighted ad-lib drivel masquerading as a serious answer to an earnest question in etymology. Are you actually trying to be helpful here, or are you auditioning for the role of Gus Portokalos in a grade-school production of "My Big Fat Greek Wedding"? Should you ever tire of coating everything within reach in idealogue-sopped pseudo-linguisitcs like a petulant toddler flinging creamed spinach from his high-chair and become sincere about rectifying your tragically wayward command of the classics, then feel free to delve into some *competent* texts dealing with Greek and Latin. From a sense of nobless oblige, I'll even get you started; the following is an excerpt from a translation exercise in J.A.C.T's "Reading Greek", 2nd ed. [section 2C, p.26]. - to say that it is apropos this discussion does it not a whit of justice - it all but has your name written on it -let's see how you do!: ΚΥΒΕΡΝΗΤΗΣ· (SEE??! Eerie, no? There's more...) οὐδὲν λέγεις. ὦ φίλε, καὶ οὐκ οἶσθα οὐδέν. οὔκουν κάλλιστον τὸν λόγον ποιεῖς. ...σκόπει δή. ἡμεῖς μὲν γὰρ τὰ ἀληθῆ ζητοῦμεν, σὺ δὲ ψευδῆ λέγεις. Happy trails...