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Hi, it depends if you straighten your hair a lot or a little but I would probably say 100 degrees or higher if your planning to straighten your hair everyday. Hope this helped! Bye! :-)
Yes, provided the heat you are applying isn't higher than 170 degrees.
Yes rather easily actually with a hair straightener turned up to approximately 200 degrees celsius
If you have a curvature of the penis that is greater than 30 degrees, you can have surgery to straighten it. However this may lead to the penis being shortened somewhat. Any curvature less than 30 degrees is not considered abnormal.
Problems can be disected into degrees of difficulty.
Well first of all I have 3 curling irons 1. 235 degrees 2. 459 degrees 3. 150 degrees I don't use em to much because I had to cut my hair since my hair got burned. I straighten my hair everyday but I condition it so I'm fine.
There are no laws that state that you must have ANY degrees, but if you can't even get a highschool degree you'll have problems in life.
The Harrington Rod is one of the oldest and most proven forms of spinal instrumentation. It is used to straighten and stabilize the spine when curvature is greater than 60 degrees. It is an appropriate treatment for scoliosis.
In my particular case I am able to straighten my arm short of about 5 degrees to what it used to do and short of about 10 degrees when I try the other way that is I just miss out on being able to put my right hand on my right shoulder. I had the elbow replacement done about a year ago.
An acute angle is an angle less than 90 degrees. A right angle is 90 degrees. A straight angle is a straight line. For example: take a 90 degree angle and straighten it out to form a line, and it becomes a straight angle.
I had scoliosis and when they first discovered it i had to wear a brace to try and prevent it from getting worse. in my case however it still got worse. It reached 50 degrees so i had to have surgery where the put in rods to straighten it.
2 of the angles in a triangle are 32 and 91 degrees. What is the 3rd angle?
Long-term problems may include behavior problems, attention disorders, mental retardation , blindness, seizures , varying degrees of paralysis, and learning difficulties.
Try it at 12 degrees BTDC. If there is no noticeable pinging, advance two degrees at a time until you notice pinging and then back off 2 degrees. With good fuel, you could get up to 16 degrees or so without problems.
Nothing prevents you from working on problems in theoretical physics at home, with whatever degrees you may happen to have. If you want to be a professor of physics at a university, then you would be expected to have a PhD.
With The Study Of Geometry The Egyptians Used Common Degrees And Angles to help them with math problems and the Pyramids
The cost of keeping the temperature at -4 degrees Celsius, while it's about 40 degrees outside; the cost of creating the snow constantly; making people like me obsessed with skiing!
One of the problems with the Celsius and Fahrenheit scales is that they are not linear. We cannot say, for example, that a cup of water at 40 degrees C is twice as hot as one as 20 degrees, or that water at 20 degrees is twice as hot as water at 10 degrees. The absolute -- or Kelvin -- scale solves this problem, because it is linear.
Generally, hair straighteners and curlers that are more expensive are designed to reach temperatures that curl/straighten more effectively, without doing a large amount of damage to your hair. For example, a straightener such as a ghd which only reaches 178 degrees is more effective and less damaging than a Remington straightener that reaches 200+ degrees.
If it's Fahrenheit, yes. It's unlikely, but yes. If it's Celsius, then absolutely no. If it's Kelvin, we have bigger problems :)
45% is ideal. Less than 30% can cause problems, as well as, above 50%.
No, they will have to go in and re-break it. I broke my arm when i was 15, and there has been a slight curve ever since. I'm now 28.