Tip & How-To about Office Equipment & Supplies

One general rule about projected image size: judge the distance between screen and farthest viewer, divide by six and use this number to figure image width.

To divide fractions proceed as you usually do with any number. Just make sure to enclose each fraction in parentheses. You may want to remember a simple rule: **To divide a fraction by another, multiply the first one by the reciprocal of the other:**

*(a/b)/(c/d)=(ad/bc)*

Sep 08, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

In general, for best image quality and bestexperience you need 32 inches TV for every three meters. For example if in yourliving room your distance from the screen is 6 meters the recommended foryou is 64 inches. I've attached a table with exact s and ranges for yourconvenience Screen Viewing distance range 26" 3.25 - 5.5 feet 32" 4.0 - 6.66 feet 37" 4.63 - 7.71 feet 40" 5.0 - 8.33 feet 42" 5.25 - 8.75 feet 46" 5.75 - 9.5 feet 50" 6.25 - 10.5 feet 52" 6.5 - 10.8 feet 55" 6.9 - 11.5 feet 58" 7.25 - 12 feet 65" 8.13 - 13.5 feet 70" 8.75 - 14.75 feet

Jul 29, 2012 | Furniture

They're big, heavy and awkward to use, and the image is over-magnified for the size of the objective giving less than ideal image quality and brightness. A general rule (especially if using for astronomy) is that the objective divided by the magnification should never be less than 5. With 20x80's it's a less than ideal 4 so you'll miss out on many fainter objects completely. They can be excellent for lunar observation though as the Moon is so bright.

The high magnification also makes them almost impossible to hand hold steadily enough unless a tripod (or monopod) is used, adding more bulk and awkwardness.

The high magnification also makes them almost impossible to hand hold steadily enough unless a tripod (or monopod) is used, adding more bulk and awkwardness.

Sep 28, 2010 | Zhumell SuperGiant Astronomical Binocular

If the gears have been INCREASED the speed etc will be less.

Say it's increased by 18%.In theory,at 100mph real speed, the speedo will read 18%less.i.e. 82mph.

If the speedo is driven off the g/box,all this has to be taken into account.

If the speedo is driven off the wheels(and the wheels have not changed at all)All that will happen is the engine revs will have decreased by 18%.

So,To work out the difference.Divide the distance travelled by 100 and then multiply the answer by 82.(82 is the remaining % of the original)

So if 150 miles is divided by 100=1.5

1.5 is multiplied by 82=123 miles.

Hope this helps

Say it's increased by 18%.In theory,at 100mph real speed, the speedo will read 18%less.i.e. 82mph.

If the speedo is driven off the g/box,all this has to be taken into account.

If the speedo is driven off the wheels(and the wheels have not changed at all)All that will happen is the engine revs will have decreased by 18%.

So,To work out the difference.Divide the distance travelled by 100 and then multiply the answer by 82.(82 is the remaining % of the original)

So if 150 miles is divided by 100=1.5

1.5 is multiplied by 82=123 miles.

Hope this helps

May 11, 2010 | 2003 Jeep Wrangler

80 minute CDR's are generally 700mb cds. It all depends on the file size of your images.

700 divided by X meg (x = file size of image) = total number of images

700 divided by X meg (x = file size of image) = total number of images

Sep 23, 2009 | Kodak EasyShare M1033 Digital Camera

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