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(sounds like a school assignment to me) ;-)

-count (& save) the 3 characters (1st syllable).

-start at position 4 (3+1 chars) in the string.

-count (& save) the 3 characters (2nd syllable).

-start at position 7 (6+1 chars) in the string.

-count (& save) the 3 characters (3rd syllable).

Logic:

-Initialize syllable-counter (x) to 1, position-counter to 1 (z).

-Initialize syl(x) strings to Null, where x = 1 to 3.

-Assign "dangerous" to string variable.

z = 1

y = 1

x = 1

string = "DANGEROUS"

For x = 1 to 3 DO

*Comment. read 3 chars (in a loop), add them to Syl (x).

For y = 1 to 3 DO

read a char(y) from the string at position-counter(z)

syl(x) = syl(x) + char(y)

z = z + 1

END DO

END DO

NOTE: not 100%, but close.

Posted on May 27, 2014

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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press the divide symbol and not the percentage symbol

Nov 07, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

First make 1 2/3 into a mixed fraction and then divide it by 3.

To make 1 2/3 into a mixed fraction, multiply the whole number, in this case, 1, by the denominator (the bottom number) and then add the numerator (the top number). Thus, we get (1*3+2)/3 or 5/3. Now we have to take 5/3 and divide it by 3. I was taught that in this case, dividing by 3 is the same as multiplying by 1/3. 5/3 x 1/3 = 5/9.

If you have access to a calculator you can always check this. On the calculator, do 2 divided by 3 and add 1. Now take that answer and divide by 3. Write down this answer. Now take 5 and divide by 9. Write down this answer. They should be the same.

Good luck.

Paul

To make 1 2/3 into a mixed fraction, multiply the whole number, in this case, 1, by the denominator (the bottom number) and then add the numerator (the top number). Thus, we get (1*3+2)/3 or 5/3. Now we have to take 5/3 and divide it by 3. I was taught that in this case, dividing by 3 is the same as multiplying by 1/3. 5/3 x 1/3 = 5/9.

If you have access to a calculator you can always check this. On the calculator, do 2 divided by 3 and add 1. Now take that answer and divide by 3. Write down this answer. Now take 5 and divide by 9. Write down this answer. They should be the same.

Good luck.

Paul

Mar 17, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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

The Magna Great Divide does not have a quick release lever on the rear wheel.

Aug 02, 2014 | chitech Magna Womens Great Divide 24"...

One trick I use is to add up all the digits and divide by 3. If the answer is even, (a multiple of 3), it's not a prime number.

57 = 5+7=12. 12 divides by 3 evenly (4), is not a prime.

59 = 5+9=14. 14 does not divide by 3 evenly, therefore prime.

999 = 9+9+9=27 divide by 3 = 9, not prime

997 = 9+9+7=25 divide by 3=8.3 not even and is prime

57 = 5+7=12. 12 divides by 3 evenly (4), is not a prime.

59 = 5+9=14. 14 does not divide by 3 evenly, therefore prime.

999 = 9+9+9=27 divide by 3 = 9, not prime

997 = 9+9+7=25 divide by 3=8.3 not even and is prime

May 30, 2014 | Computers & Internet

Here is an excerpt from a manual for transcribing Braille.

" When it is not possible to determine the correct syllabification of a proper name in a dictionary or other source, it is often possible to find the word divided in the print text. If the entire print book In the Shadow of a Rainbow were available, it would be obvious to the student that later in the text the name Babine is divided Ba-bine, Nakinilerak is

divided Na-kin-i-ler-ak, and Nahani is Na-ha-ni. "

From this site

http://www.jjkvc.org/Documents/Instruction%20Manual%20In%20Braille%20Transcribing.pdf

" When it is not possible to determine the correct syllabification of a proper name in a dictionary or other source, it is often possible to find the word divided in the print text. If the entire print book In the Shadow of a Rainbow were available, it would be obvious to the student that later in the text the name Babine is divided Ba-bine, Nakinilerak is

divided Na-kin-i-ler-ak, and Nahani is Na-ha-ni. "

From this site

http://www.jjkvc.org/Documents/Instruction%20Manual%20In%20Braille%20Transcribing.pdf

Dec 10, 2013 | Computers & Internet

You can purchase a commercial inverter that will convert the voltge for you. This is a source I found on the web: http://aconinc.com/index.php?route=common/home

I am not familiar with them but they give you some options.

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Watts is Watts plus some loss. Take your load voltage (motor) times its current that will give you the watts. Then divide that number by the source voltage (battery). Multiply by about 1.2 to pick up losses, that gives you an approximation of the wattage required from your source. Divide that number by the voltage that will give you the current required by your load. When you make the connections be sure the wire sizing is large enough especially on the low voltage (battery) side.

I am not familiar with them but they give you some options.

Watts is Watts plus some loss. Take your load voltage (motor) times its current that will give you the watts. Then divide that number by the source voltage (battery). Multiply by about 1.2 to pick up losses, that gives you an approximation of the wattage required from your source. Divide that number by the voltage that will give you the current required by your load. When you make the connections be sure the wire sizing is large enough especially on the low voltage (battery) side.

Nov 04, 2013 | Tools & Hardware - Others

Probably the simplest is to convert both numbers to improper fractions then divide.

Some calculators can work with fractions. With one of those, simply enter the first mixed number, then divide by the other.

Some calculators can work with fractions. With one of those, simply enter the first mixed number, then divide by the other.

Aug 14, 2013 | Mathsoft Computers & Internet

Without knowing your grade or class, I think this problem is to teach you the correct order of doing stuff in a big problem.

1. First you do the parts in parentheses: so 3 divide 4=.75 and 2 divide 3=.66

Then the problem should look like 3(.75) times 8(.66)

2. Then you multiply the number in the parentheses by the number to the left of it: so 3 times .75 = 2.25 and 8 times .66 = 5.28

Then the problem looks like 2.25 times 5.28

3. Multiply what you have and 11.88 should be the answer

1. First you do the parts in parentheses: so 3 divide 4=.75 and 2 divide 3=.66

Then the problem should look like 3(.75) times 8(.66)

2. Then you multiply the number in the parentheses by the number to the left of it: so 3 times .75 = 2.25 and 8 times .66 = 5.28

Then the problem looks like 2.25 times 5.28

3. Multiply what you have and 11.88 should be the answer

Apr 18, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

if the ring has 41 and the pinion has 10 divide 41 into 10 = 4.10 so take and divide the higher tooth count and divide by lower tooth count another Example 44 Into 12 = 3.41 Ratio good luck

Aug 17, 2011 | Chevrolet Blazer Cars & Trucks

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