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12 + 2m = 20 - 2m

2m + 2m = 20 - 12

4m = 8

m = 8/4**m=2**

Posted on Mar 06, 2009

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12+2m=20-2m

2m+2m=20-12

4m=8

m=2

Posted on Mar 13, 2009

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4m = 8

m = 2

Posted on Mar 10, 2009

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

5 4/20 = 104/20

2 9/10 = 29/10 = 58/20

104/20 - 58/28 = (104-58)/20 = 46/20 = 2 6/20 = 2 3/10

2 9/10 = 29/10 = 58/20

104/20 - 58/28 = (104-58)/20 = 46/20 = 2 6/20 = 2 3/10

Mar 18, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Input: -2/5-3/20+1/10+7/20+X+8/5

Result: X+3/2

Geometric Figure: Line

Alternate form: 1/2 (2X+3)

Result: X+3/2

Geometric Figure: Line

Alternate form: 1/2 (2X+3)

Oct 24, 2012 | mathway.com

So what is the question as these are just machine codes from what?

Mar 07, 2011 | Televison & Video

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Jan 15, 2011 | Computers & Internet

See wiring diagrams and manuals at following link:

http://waterheatertimer.org/Paragon-timers-and-manuals.html#defrost

8145-20 is 240V time initiated, pressure or temperature terminated with back-up time termination.

8045-20 is 240V time initiated, time terminated.

So 8145-20 has pressure or temperature limit switch that connects to terminal X that turns timer off, and ends defrost cycle. This timer is for hot gas defroster that has pressure/temperature limits. Check and see what the back-up time termination is set at on 8145-20. Look at small inner dial.

The 8045-20 timer does not use pressure/temperature limit switch, and instead you have to estimate length of time you want defrost cycle to run, and set inner dial to that time. Use same time as back-up time termination on 8145-20. Of course the pressure/temperature limits would not be exact and defrost cycle might not work correctly.

Here's the change-over wiring from 8145-20 to 8045-20.

There are other wiring variants depending on equipment.

240V hot wires from breaker box are L1 and L2

a) 8145-20 L1 is at terminal 1 > move L1 to terminal N on 8045-20

8145-20 L2 is at terminal N > move L2 to terminal X on 8045-20

b) 8145-20 hot gas defroster is at NO terminal 3 > move defroster to NO terminal 3 on 8045-20

Complete the 240 circuit to defroster by connecting to L2 at terminal X

c) 8145-20 refrigeration is at NC terminal 4 > move refrigeration to NC terminal 4 on 8045-20

Complete the 240 circuit to refrigeration by connecting to L2 at terminal X

http://waterheatertimer.org/Paragon-timers-and-manuals.html#defrost

8145-20 is 240V time initiated, pressure or temperature terminated with back-up time termination.

8045-20 is 240V time initiated, time terminated.

So 8145-20 has pressure or temperature limit switch that connects to terminal X that turns timer off, and ends defrost cycle. This timer is for hot gas defroster that has pressure/temperature limits. Check and see what the back-up time termination is set at on 8145-20. Look at small inner dial.

The 8045-20 timer does not use pressure/temperature limit switch, and instead you have to estimate length of time you want defrost cycle to run, and set inner dial to that time. Use same time as back-up time termination on 8145-20. Of course the pressure/temperature limits would not be exact and defrost cycle might not work correctly.

Here's the change-over wiring from 8145-20 to 8045-20.

There are other wiring variants depending on equipment.

240V hot wires from breaker box are L1 and L2

a) 8145-20 L1 is at terminal 1 > move L1 to terminal N on 8045-20

8145-20 L2 is at terminal N > move L2 to terminal X on 8045-20

b) 8145-20 hot gas defroster is at NO terminal 3 > move defroster to NO terminal 3 on 8045-20

Complete the 240 circuit to defroster by connecting to L2 at terminal X

c) 8145-20 refrigeration is at NC terminal 4 > move refrigeration to NC terminal 4 on 8045-20

Complete the 240 circuit to refrigeration by connecting to L2 at terminal X

Sep 12, 2010 | Paragon 8145-20 Defrost Timer

Hello,

You are talking of the distributivity of multiplication with respect to the addition or subtraction. The only term where you have multiplication and addition/subtraction is the one with parentheses because

4(5-6y) = 4*(5-6y). * means multiply by

Distributing the product consists in removing CORRECTLY the parentheses.

I consider the term alone

4*(5-6y) = 4*5 +4*(-6y)= 20 -4*6*y = 20 -24*y

You put this result in a package and replace it where it was it the original expression.

So

8*y -(package) +20= Replace package

8*y -(20-24*y)+20 = 8*y -20 -(-24y) + 20 Remember -*(-) = +

8*y -20 +24*y +20= Remember -20+20 =0

8*y -20 +20 +24*y= Addition is commutative

8*y +24*y = 32*y

Let y be an orange 8 oranges + 24 oranges =32 oranges.Coclusion

**8y-4(5-8y)+20 = 32y**

You are talking of the distributivity of multiplication with respect to the addition or subtraction. The only term where you have multiplication and addition/subtraction is the one with parentheses because

4(5-6y) = 4*(5-6y). * means multiply by

Distributing the product consists in removing CORRECTLY the parentheses.

I consider the term alone

4*(5-6y) = 4*5 +4*(-6y)= 20 -4*6*y = 20 -24*y

You put this result in a package and replace it where it was it the original expression.

So

8*y -(package) +20= Replace package

8*y -(20-24*y)+20 = 8*y -20 -(-24y) + 20 Remember -*(-) = +

8*y -20 +24*y +20= Remember -20+20 =0

8*y -20 +20 +24*y= Addition is commutative

8*y +24*y = 32*y

Let y be an orange 8 oranges + 24 oranges =32 oranges.Coclusion

Sep 10, 2009 | The Learning Company Achieve! Math &...

Sorry, but according to Sony this set operates only on 120 volts at 60 hertz. As we have no real need for up converters here in the USA, I cannot recommend one for your application. The best course would be for you to visit one of your local electronics stores and provide them with the specific current requirements. I'm certain that an appropriate converter is available in your area.

Bill

Bill

Aug 21, 2009 | Sony STR-DG520 Receiver

Check this out, I think you need to set this up correctly.

http://support.dlink.com/faq/view.asp?prod_id=1006&question=DI-624_revE%20/%20DI-624_revD%20/%20DI-724GU%20/%20DI-724U%20/%20DI-604%20/%20DI-614+%20/%20DI-754%20/%20DI-764%20/%20DI514%20/%20DI-524%20/%20DI-514_revC%20/%20DI-604_revE%20/%20DI-614+_revB%20/%20DI-774%20/%20DI-774_revB%20/%20DI-624%20/%20DI-624_revB%20/%20DI-624_revC%20/%20DI-624S%20/%20VDI-604%20/%20VDI-624

http://support.dlink.com/faq/view.asp?prod_id=1006&question=DI-624_revE%20/%20DI-624_revD%20/%20DI-724GU%20/%20DI-724U%20/%20DI-604%20/%20DI-614+%20/%20DI-754%20/%20DI-764%20/%20DI514%20/%20DI-524%20/%20DI-514_revC%20/%20DI-604_revE%20/%20DI-614+_revB%20/%20DI-774%20/%20DI-774_revB%20/%20DI-624%20/%20DI-624_revB%20/%20DI-624_revC%20/%20DI-624S%20/%20VDI-604%20/%20VDI-624

Aug 14, 2008 | D-Link DI-604 4-Port Cable/DSL Router...

Install the service pack 2 and update via Windows Update!(Go to Tools then Windows Update in Internet Explorer)
Install the USB Wireless Adapter!
Follow the procedures here!
http://support.dlink.com/faq/view.asp?prod_id=1398&question=DWA-130%20/%20DGL-3420%20/%20DWL-AG132%20/%20DWL-AG530%20/%20DIR-330%20/%20DWL-AG660%20/%20DWL-G120%20/%20DWL-G122%20/%20DWL-G132%20/%20DWL-G510%20/%20DWL-G520%20/%20DWL-G520M%20/%20DWL-G550%20/%20DWL-G630%20/%20DWL-G650%20/%20DWL-G650M%20/%20DWL-G680%20/%20DWL-G710%20/%20DWL-G820%20/%20WDA-1320%20/%20WDA-2320%20/%20WNA-1330%20/%20WNA-2330%20/%20WUA-1340%20/%20WUA-2340%20/%20DWL-P100%20/%20DWL-P200%20/%20DWL-P50%20/%20DWA-142%20/%20DWA-542%20/%20DWA-552%20/%20DWA-556%20/DWA-642%20/%20DWA-643%20/%20DWA-645%20/%20DWA-652%20/%20DWL-M60AT%20/%20DWL-R60AT%20/%20DVG-G1402S%20/%20WBR-1310%20/%20WBR-2310#sp2
Now try the connection!
If you still have problems, let me know!
regards,
babb

May 04, 2007 | D-Link : DWL-AG132 a/g Wireless 108M USB...

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