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How do I figure 10% of a given amount of liquid?


Not quite teardrop.
1/10th of 3 oz = 0.3 oz
0.3 oz = 1.8 teaspoons.

Convert oz to tsp Conversion of Measurement Units

Feb 09, 2017 | Garden

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Explain one significance of an increase in the cranial capacity in the home sapiens


The size of the cranium is secondary to the real significant increase, that of neural density. The amount of neurons and neural capacity per cubic measurement denotes the intelligence potential. More neurons tends to equal more intelligence. The cranial capacity concept simply says that in a given example, with no difference in neural density, the larger the brain the better. Think of it this way....in an LED flashlight, the first models were one low powered LED that gave one small amount of light. To upgrade that for more light/more intelligence, if you had the same exact LED bulb or the same neural density, you simply added more of the same LED's for more light/more intelligence. The increase in the power of LED's, the increase in neural density, made incredibly bright LED flashlights possible. One LED today can easily give more light than a hundred of the old ones. That's why humans, with relatively small brains, can be far more intelligent than other animals even though the animals might have much larger brains. We have a higher neural density. But if all else is equal, the larger the brain, the more intelligent the creature....so cranial capacity can usually denote potential intelligence.

Aug 14, 2016 | Miscellaneous

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Calculate percentage increase


Percentage change (increase or decrease)=(New value -Old value)/(Old value)*100%
If result is positive it is an increase. If result is negative it is decrease
For your case
% increase=28.298%=28.30%
Compare the definition above with the inflation measure and decide if they are the same.

Dec 30, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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What does pH stand for?


the p stands for potential and the H stands for Hydrogen, and it refers to the ability to attract hydrogen ions.

Jan 28, 2013 | Measuring Tools & Sensors

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The battery is not being charged on my John Deere Gator 4X2 model CX. I need a wiring diagram. Thanks


I am sorry but we have no wiring diagrams here at fixya. They are copyrighted material by the manufacturer.

Aug 28, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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Are the dimensions given for pool heater elements accurate?


The actual of the outer diameter canmeasure up to a quarter inch bigger than the measurements given. So take that into account when you are ordering.

Jul 16, 2012 | Optimus Element, Heater 4 Kw 1 1/4"npt...

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I have Audi A6 Avant Allroad 2.7 biturbo. Original rim is 6" x 16" offset 15. How wide must the rim be when offset is 35 ?


The rims on cars are often given letter codes indicating the degree of offset. If you wheel is 15mm offset then it should always be 15mm. By fitting wider wheels the wheel not only sticks out further but also sticks in by the same amount. For example if you moved to a 8" width rim, this is an approximate increase of 50mm, the offset of the new rim should still be 15mm but the wheel now sticks out a further 25mm and also stick in by 25mm. The offset always remains the same and any increase in rim width should be balanced either side of the offset line. Failure to do this will result in an altered geometry of tire contact point with the ground. This might make the car take on a an aggressive stance but it will ruin the handling at slow speed and be downright dangerous at high speed.

Aug 24, 2010 | Audi AllRoad Cars & Trucks

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Yamaha virago 535 not charging on new battery and wiring looks ok


Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Charging problems could either be a stator issue or a failed rectifier/regulator combo. To check:
  • measure the battery voltage with the engine off;
  • start the bike and measure it again, it should be slightly higher;
  • rev the bike, the voltage should rise as the RPM increases;
  • measure the voltage by pairs on the 3 white wires from the stator;
  • there should be AC voltage that increases as the RPM ncreases.
This of course presumes that the wiring, connectors, terminals have been checked, cleaned and tightened.

Good luck and thank you for asking FixYa.

Aug 18, 2009 | 1989 Yamaha XV 535 Virago DX

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Malfunctioning speedometer


The odometer circuit drive and the speedometer are controlled by the CPU built-in the gauge assembly. The CPU receives pulses from the PCM. The pulse rate increases as the car accelerates. The frequency and duration of these input pulses are measured by the CPU.

Jun 19, 2008 | 2004 Honda Odyssey

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