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It is just a **Hello World **program.

Define a real variable to store the input (call it x if you want)

Prompt for input.

Read input and store in variable.

Print to standard output x/2.54 inches

Define a real variable to store the input (call it x if you want)

Prompt for input.

Read input and store in variable.

Print to standard output x/2.54 inches

Dec 27, 2013 | Prentice Hall C Programming Language 2nd...

I believe your supposition is correct although I think your CD player is unusual if it has variable (audio) output. Most players have only low level output.

Dec 20, 2013 | Nakamichi RE-1 Receiver

Note this is a variable autotransformer. It is NOT ground isolated.

1 - common for input and output

3 - output (wiper)

4 - 1:1 input

2 - steps up input (max out is 132 vac)

5 - steps up even higher

Don Williams, Palm Bay, FL retired electrical engineer

1 - common for input and output

3 - output (wiper)

4 - 1:1 input

2 - steps up input (max out is 132 vac)

5 - steps up even higher

Don Williams, Palm Bay, FL retired electrical engineer

Sep 07, 2012 | Heating & Cooling

A function can be entered into a function as a parameter. For example if you named your function CEENBot you would ask for a parameter in the header like this:

CEENBot()

Func

:

EndFunc

the parameter can be any type of variable, but it must match the type entered when it is used, so you can't be telling the calculator you entered a function and trying to use rref( on it

To your second question the calculator does generate a table, however it's not really accessible (as far as I know) from a program/function. The table can be viewed by pressing (Diamond)+F5 but it only handles functions that are graphed. You can manually create a table if you want by using the function (for this example y1) with and giving it a list of X values (for this example listx) to output a list of Y values (yep, this one is listy)

y1(listx)->listy

from there you can construct your own table

CEENBot()

Func

:

EndFunc

the parameter can be any type of variable, but it must match the type entered when it is used, so you can't be telling the calculator you entered a function and trying to use rref( on it

To your second question the calculator does generate a table, however it's not really accessible (as far as I know) from a program/function. The table can be viewed by pressing (Diamond)+F5 but it only handles functions that are graphed. You can manually create a table if you want by using the function (for this example y1) with and giving it a list of X values (for this example listx) to output a list of Y values (yep, this one is listy)

y1(listx)->listy

from there you can construct your own table

Aug 05, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-89 Calculator

The problem is more likely to be with the wireless headphone set rather than the TV. It makes no sense that the signal changes channels. The only difference betweent he fixed and variable output is whether or not the volume changes the output signal amplitude. The channel selection process is not handled there. The distortion is likely due to the input of the wireless being overdriven. If available, turn down the input gain on the wireless and try again. Please update this with the results.

Thanks,

Dan

Thanks,

Dan

Feb 28, 2011 | Televison & Video

Sure. Specs are listed below. I think it's designed for regular 2-channel input, isn't it?

Front Channels: 100 W RMS x 2 @ 1.5 ohm-4 ohm (11V-14.5V)

Rear Channels: 25 W RMS x 2 @ 1.5 ohm-4 ohm(11V-14.5V)
Subwoofer Channel: 250 W RMS @ 1.5 ohm-4 ohm (11V-14.5V)
THD at Rated Power: <0.03% @ 4 ohm (F&R), <0.05% @ 4 ohm (Sub)
S/N Ratio (F&R): >108.5 dB below rated power S/N Ratio (Sub): >95 dB below rated power
Frequency Response (front and rear): 5 Hz-30 KHz (+0, -1dB)
Frequency Response (sub channel): 5 Hz-500 Hz (+0, -1dB)
Damping Factor (front and rear): >200 @ 4 ohm/50 Hz
Damping Factor (sub channel): >500 @ 4 ohm/50 Hz
Input Range: switchable from 200mV-2V RMS to 800mV-8V RMS
Differential-Balanced Input Topology: (3 pairs of inputs)
Front Crossover: fully-variable (50 Hz-5 KHz), selectable- slope BP or HP (12 or 24 dB per octave)
Rear Crossover: fully-variable (50 Hz-5 KHz), selectable- slope HP (12 or 24 dB per octave)
Sub Crossover: fully-variable (40-200 Hz), selectable-slope LP (12 or 24 dB per octave)
Preamp Output: 2-channel (full-range or LP)
Bass EQ: Variable boost up to 15db
Infrasonic Filter: defeatable 24dB/octave at 30 Hz
Left minus Right Ambience Circuit: ambient effect for rear channels
Front and rear speaker output connections: accept up to 8ga. wire
Dual mono subwoofer output connections: accept up to 8ga. wire
+12V and Ground connections: accept up to 4ga. Wire
Dimensions: 19.7"L x 9.25"W x 2.36"H

Front Channels: 100 W RMS x 2 @ 1.5 ohm-4 ohm (11V-14.5V)

Dec 02, 2010 | Jl Audio 500/5 Car Audio Amplifier

I classify this as a sleeper of the car audio industry. it is powerful, well built, cheap, feature laden, sounds great! very comparible to the big names such as kicker, alpine, fosgate an all the rest. i would prefer this amp over any of them any day of the week! here are the specs for it incase u didn't have them.

- Max. Power Output: 800W x2Ch.= 1600W @2 Ohms
- Power Output:
- 330W x 2Ch.(@2 Ohms) Less Than 0.5% THD
- 220W x 2Ch.(@4 Ohms) Less Than 0.3%THD
- Bridge: 660W x 1 Ch.(@4 Ohms) Less Than 0.5% THD

- All Measurements Done @ 14.4V DC, 1 KHz Input Signal.
- Dual VU-Meter
- Dual Fan Cooling System.
- LPF (Low Pass Filter) Variable 30Hz-250Hz
- HPF(High Pass Filter) Variable 50Hz-l KHz.
- Slope Adjustable 12-24dB.
- Variable Bass Frequency(30Hz-120Hz).
- Variable 0-18db Bass Boost.
- High & Low Adjustable Level Input.
- Dual LED Indicated Power Status (Protect/Power).
- Mosfet DC-DC Switching Power Supply.
- Built-in Protection Against Short Circuit, High Temperature & Overload.
- Auto Power On/Oft By Remote (+12V).
- Dimensions(mm) : 300(W) x 57(H) x 697(L)

Apr 04, 2010 | Rockwood 4224RTX Car Audio Amplifier

Hi nanaeden

Use the formula depending on what is given

If one side and vertical height from that side to the opposite vertex is given, use the formula 1/2 of basexheight

If 3 sides of the triangle are given use the formula

sq root of [ s(s-a)(s-b)(s-c)] where a,b, c are the 3 sides and s is semi- perimeter.

Familiarise with formulae to solve Maths problems.

If it is helpful, please give a rating.

Have a nice day

luciana44

Use the formula depending on what is given

If one side and vertical height from that side to the opposite vertex is given, use the formula 1/2 of basexheight

If 3 sides of the triangle are given use the formula

sq root of [ s(s-a)(s-b)(s-c)] where a,b, c are the 3 sides and s is semi- perimeter.

Familiarise with formulae to solve Maths problems.

If it is helpful, please give a rating.

Have a nice day

luciana44

Nov 25, 2009 | Cell Phones

Power Output

RMS @ 4 Ohm: 700W x 1 Ch.

RMS @ 2 Ohm: 1300W x 1 Ch.

RMS @ 1 Ohm: 2500W x 1 Ch.

RMS @ 1 Ohm: 4000W x 1 Ch @18v

Signal to Noise Ratio: >100dB

THD (IHF-A): 0.2%

Input Sensitivity: 0.15V – 5V

Input Impedance: 47KOhm

Slew Rate: 10V/USec

Damping Factor: 300 @ 4 Ohm

Fuse Rating: EXTERNAL 200A Fuse

Dimensions (in mm):

Width: 240mm

Height: 61mm

Length: 570mm Features

MOSFET Power Supply Amplifier.

Double Sided Through Hole Epoxy PCB.

Gold-plated Brass Set Screw Terminals.

24dB/Oct. Crossover - Variable Low Pass Crossover (40Hz ~ 200Hz)

Variable 24dB/Oct. Subsonic Filter 10Hz ~ 70Hz

Variable Phase Shift

5 Way Protections

Daisy Chain Through Output RCA

Bass Remote Control

Power/Protection LED

1 Ohm Stable Circuits

Soft Start/Output Relay

18V Operation

Parallel Operation

RMS @ 4 Ohm: 700W x 1 Ch.

RMS @ 2 Ohm: 1300W x 1 Ch.

RMS @ 1 Ohm: 2500W x 1 Ch.

RMS @ 1 Ohm: 4000W x 1 Ch @18v

Signal to Noise Ratio: >100dB

THD (IHF-A): 0.2%

Input Sensitivity: 0.15V – 5V

Input Impedance: 47KOhm

Slew Rate: 10V/USec

Damping Factor: 300 @ 4 Ohm

Fuse Rating: EXTERNAL 200A Fuse

Dimensions (in mm):

Width: 240mm

Height: 61mm

Length: 570mm Features

MOSFET Power Supply Amplifier.

Double Sided Through Hole Epoxy PCB.

Gold-plated Brass Set Screw Terminals.

24dB/Oct. Crossover - Variable Low Pass Crossover (40Hz ~ 200Hz)

Variable 24dB/Oct. Subsonic Filter 10Hz ~ 70Hz

Variable Phase Shift

5 Way Protections

Daisy Chain Through Output RCA

Bass Remote Control

Power/Protection LED

1 Ohm Stable Circuits

Soft Start/Output Relay

18V Operation

Parallel Operation

Nov 13, 2009 | Car Audio & Video

- Class-D Monoblock Amplifier
- Bass Boost Level and Frequency Remote Included
- Variable Low-Pass Filter: 50 - 200 Hz (24 dB/Oct.)
- Variable Input Sensitivity: 200mV - 5V
- Phase Shift: 0° / 180°
- Variable Infrasonic (Subsonic) Filter: 0/15Hz/25Hz (18 dB/Oct.)
- High- and Low-Level Inputs
- 1 Ohm Stable
- RMS Power Output:
- 500 watts x 1 chan. @ 4 ohms
- 900 watts x 1 chan. @ 2 ohm
- Preamp Outputs: 1 Pair
- Bass Boost: 0 - 18 dB @ 40 - 100 Hz (Variable)
- Dimensions: 15"
**L**x 11-5/16"**W**x 2-3/8"**H**

Oct 05, 2009 | Kenwood KAC-9152D Car Audio Amplifier

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