Which of these describes how all mnemonic devices work?
A familiar thing is chosen to stand in for something that needs to be remembered.
Google maps work on a number of moblie devices including Android powered devices, most J2ME phones, Palm devices with Palm webOS and Palm OS5+, color Blackberry devices, Windows Mobile devices 5.0 +, and 3G Symbian devices. Be aware that some features may not work on all devices, and limitations of mobile service providers may affect some applications.
In general devices should not be used on the wrong frequency, but certain devices are all right. Transformers or resistive devices like heaters that are designed for 50 Hz work perfectly on 60 Hz. Commutator motors (e.g. electric drills, vacuum cleaners) work reasonably well but induction motors (e.g. fans, refrigerators) or synchronous motors (e.g. clocks) only work on the correct frequency.
Concisely, "most" memory techniques convert verbal information into visual information. The reason this works is our visual memory is stored in long-term memory faster, it's easier to retrieve from our memory and it lasts much much longer. [Sometimes a lifetime.] This conversion from verbal to visual does require some creativity though, which can even take longer than just using rote memorization, which is why most people revert back to using rote memorization even when they…
What must be identical on all devices in a WLAN for successful wireless communication between the devices?
This is why computer technology is considered digital: Computers work in a concept called binary. This means they store information as either a 1 (ON) or a 0 (OFF). No matter what you type in your PC, it will be stored as a 0 or a 1. Even this paragraph will be stored in binary, like 11001110, etc. Your hard disk, USB stick and all other electronic devices use binary to store information. All digital…
A desktop is one kind of microcomputer. Not all microcomputers are desktops. There are other devices that could also be described as microcomputers, like laptops and tablet devices. A desktop is one kind of microcomputer. Not all microcomputers are desktops. There are other devices that could also be described as microcomputers, like laptops and tablet devices. A desktop is one kind of microcomputer. Not all microcomputers are desktops. There are other devices that could also…
Dracula Must Suck Blood! Seriously -- that reminds you to Divide, Multiply, Subtract, and Bring-down! You can also use the longer version: Does McDonald's Sell Cheese Burgers and Shakes? This reminds you to Divide, Multiply, Subtract, Check (that the divisor is larger than your remainder), Bring (down the next number), and Start (all over again)
Most active electronic devices (devices that amplify or switch states, e.g. vacuum tubes, transistors) only operate when conducting in one direction. If the current reversed periodically (as it does in AC) these devices would either not work at those times or would do something much different than they were designed to do. Thus DC is needed to keep them operating all the time.