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no- 16 as a leap year is every 4 years so if you had a birthday when 12 then 12 + 4 = 16

anyway normal families still celebrate a birthday every year regardless if it is a leap year or not

anyway normal families still celebrate a birthday every year regardless if it is a leap year or not

Jul 15, 2017 | The Computers & Internet

Here are seven rules of thumb that can keep your purchase of a replacement refrigerator from becoming a continuing drain on your pocketbook:

1) Don't buy a refrigerator bigger than you need. One rule is to choose a model that has 10 cubic feet of food storage for a family of two and then add an extra cubic foot for each additional person in the household. The freezer should be 40 to 45 percent as large as the food storage section. Thus a family of 4 will want to pick a model that is between16.5 and 17.5 cubic feet, and a family of 6 might choose a model that is about 20 cubic feet.

2) Side-by-side refrigerator/freezers use more energy than units with the freezer above or below the fresh food compartment. Side-by-sides also take up more space for the same storage volume.

3) Through-the-door features, like cold water or automatic ice dispensers, impose as much as a 20 percent penalty in increased electricity usage as compared to similar models without these extras.

4) Manual defrost models use less energy than automatic defrost units, consuming as much as one-third less. However, you should defrost the freezer when 1/4 inch of frost has accumulated.

5) Two refrigerators use more electricity than a single large refrigerator with equivalent storage space. And it is never a good idea to keep a half empty "his" refrigerator in the garage with beer and soda, while a "hers" refrigerator is in the kitchen with room to spare.

6) Don't let an old, inefficient refrigerator pass onto the used appliance market - recycle it for parts only. If your old refrigerator earns a negative investment return for you, it won't reward a family that must pay $50 or $80 on top of the hefty energy bills.

7)) Look for the Energy Star label. It is a quick and easy way to avoid paying for a mistake with each month's electricity bill.

1) Don't buy a refrigerator bigger than you need. One rule is to choose a model that has 10 cubic feet of food storage for a family of two and then add an extra cubic foot for each additional person in the household. The freezer should be 40 to 45 percent as large as the food storage section. Thus a family of 4 will want to pick a model that is between16.5 and 17.5 cubic feet, and a family of 6 might choose a model that is about 20 cubic feet.

2) Side-by-side refrigerator/freezers use more energy than units with the freezer above or below the fresh food compartment. Side-by-sides also take up more space for the same storage volume.

3) Through-the-door features, like cold water or automatic ice dispensers, impose as much as a 20 percent penalty in increased electricity usage as compared to similar models without these extras.

4) Manual defrost models use less energy than automatic defrost units, consuming as much as one-third less. However, you should defrost the freezer when 1/4 inch of frost has accumulated.

5) Two refrigerators use more electricity than a single large refrigerator with equivalent storage space. And it is never a good idea to keep a half empty "his" refrigerator in the garage with beer and soda, while a "hers" refrigerator is in the kitchen with room to spare.

6) Don't let an old, inefficient refrigerator pass onto the used appliance market - recycle it for parts only. If your old refrigerator earns a negative investment return for you, it won't reward a family that must pay $50 or $80 on top of the hefty energy bills.

7)) Look for the Energy Star label. It is a quick and easy way to avoid paying for a mistake with each month's electricity bill.

on Sep 21, 2010 | Refrigerators

Hello Jasmine Rhyas,

All time when we want something we ask to our father and he bring for us. But now it's time to give something very uncommon gifts on his birthday. So Lets check some bellow gift ideas for him.

http://www.giftblooms.com/USA/Birthday-Gift-Baskets-Delivery

All time when we want something we ask to our father and he bring for us. But now it's time to give something very uncommon gifts on his birthday. So Lets check some bellow gift ideas for him.

- Gift Basket with sweet and Chocolates
- Give him delicious Cake
- Give some personalized gifts like money clips
- Give Lovely Flowers bouquets and balloons

http://www.giftblooms.com/USA/Birthday-Gift-Baskets-Delivery

Apr 05, 2016 | Event Planning & Celebration

Hi

if the timetable is the same as last year then it should be in October/November, please see extract below.

OCTOBER 31, 2013### Results from the July Texas bar exam are online

Men and women who sat for the Texas bar exam in July are enjoying a special treat this Halloween. The Texas Board of Law Examiners (TBLE) in Austin administers the exam and today posted the names of those who passed the July exam on its site. The agency also provides the pass rate data for each of the nine American Bar Association- accredited law schools in Texas.

Graduates of Baylor University School of Law in Waco take first place among the Texas schools with the highest percent passing rate: 97.52 percent or 118 of 121 of its graduates who took the test for the first time in July, according to the TBLE.

The overall passage rate of Texas grads is 88.74 percent, or 1,561 of 1,759 first-time test-takers. The overall passage rate of Texas law school grads is slightly higher than the 86.49 percent, or 1,524 of 1,762 Texas law school first-time test-takers who passed the exam in July of 2012.

Congratulations to all!

--*Jeanne Graham*

if the timetable is the same as last year then it should be in October/November, please see extract below.

OCTOBER 31, 2013

Graduates of Baylor University School of Law in Waco take first place among the Texas schools with the highest percent passing rate: 97.52 percent or 118 of 121 of its graduates who took the test for the first time in July, according to the TBLE.

The overall passage rate of Texas grads is 88.74 percent, or 1,561 of 1,759 first-time test-takers. The overall passage rate of Texas law school grads is slightly higher than the 86.49 percent, or 1,524 of 1,762 Texas law school first-time test-takers who passed the exam in July of 2012.

Congratulations to all!

--

Aug 13, 2014 | Computers & Internet

Start earlier?

>> check all elements for current,

check seals

check temperature calibration (allowed to be 15% ie 180 can be 153 or 207 Celsius!) no wonder Margs' scones cook faster at her house :-)

>> check all elements for current,

check seals

check temperature calibration (allowed to be 15% ie 180 can be 153 or 207 Celsius!) no wonder Margs' scones cook faster at her house :-)

Oct 15, 2013 | Kenmore Elite Stainless Steel 40" Dual...

this is not a site for maths. The percent will not change as you know! please do not use this site for elementary school maths!!

Sep 12, 2011 | Computers & Internet

With two people in the room, the probability that the second person shares a birthday with the first is 1/365 (let's ignore leap years for the time being). Thus, the probability that they DON'T share a birthday is 364/365.

Add a third person. The probability that this person does not share a birthday with either of the first two (assuming they don't share a birthday) is 363/365. Thus, the probability that none of the three share a birthday is (364/365)*(363/365).

The probability that a fourth person doesn't share a birthday with any of the first three is 362/365. Thus the probability that none of the four share a birthday is (364/365)*(363/365)*(362/365).

See the pattern here? The probability of the n-th person not sharing a birthday is (366-n)/365. Keep adding people and multiplying the terms together until the probability of no one sharing a birthday drops below 0.5 --- which is when the probability of at least one pair sharing a birthday climbs above 50%.

Since this sounds like a homework problem, you'll have to do the rest.

Add a third person. The probability that this person does not share a birthday with either of the first two (assuming they don't share a birthday) is 363/365. Thus, the probability that none of the three share a birthday is (364/365)*(363/365).

The probability that a fourth person doesn't share a birthday with any of the first three is 362/365. Thus the probability that none of the four share a birthday is (364/365)*(363/365)*(362/365).

See the pattern here? The probability of the n-th person not sharing a birthday is (366-n)/365. Keep adding people and multiplying the terms together until the probability of no one sharing a birthday drops below 0.5 --- which is when the probability of at least one pair sharing a birthday climbs above 50%.

Since this sounds like a homework problem, you'll have to do the rest.

Apr 21, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

If the camera is only 4 months old, it's still under warranty. Take advantage of that.

Jul 05, 2010 | Nikon COOLPIX P90 Digital Camera

Hello

You should ask a question**, **we cannot guess what you want.

Percent means per 100** or **1/100**. **So 75% = 75/100 or 0.75**. **Here are some exemples of percent calculations with %

Percentage (5% of 250)

250 [x] 5 [2nd] % [=] gives 12.5

**Ratio (Ratio of 250 to 5)**

250 [/] 5 [2nd] [%] [=] gives 5000.

**Add-On** (5% add-on of 250)

250 [+] 5 [2nd] [%] [=] gives 262.5

**Discount (5% discount of 250)**

250 [-] 5 [2nd][%] [=] gives 237.5

**Some percentages and decimal equivalents**

1 = 100% ; 2 = 200%, 3=300%

0.5 = 50%

0.4 =40%

0.1 = 10%

1/3= 0.33333 = 33.33%

1/4 = 0.25 = 25%

2/3= 0.66666 = 66.66%

1/5 =0.2 = 20%

1/8 = 0.125 =12,5 %

Hope it helps.

Percentage (5% of 250)

250 [x] 5 [2nd] % [=] gives 12.5

250 [/] 5 [2nd] [%] [=] gives 5000.

250 [+] 5 [2nd] [%] [=] gives 262.5

250 [-] 5 [2nd][%] [=] gives 237.5

1 = 100% ; 2 = 200%, 3=300%

0.5 = 50%

0.4 =40%

0.1 = 10%

1/3= 0.33333 = 33.33%

1/4 = 0.25 = 25%

2/3= 0.66666 = 66.66%

1/5 =0.2 = 20%

1/8 = 0.125 =12,5 %

Hope it helps.

Nov 03, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

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Aug 24, 2009 | Nokia 6103 Cellular Phone

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