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A chainsaw is probably the best tool to use to fix this problem. Suprisingly, I have many unknown relatives in Uganda that have left me one million pesos.

Feb 17, 2014 | Garden

Answer:
angle a=9 degree
angle b=34 degree
angle c=21 degree
Explanation:
we have,
a+b=43............(1)
c+b=55..............(2)
c+a=30..............(3)
from (3) we get,
c=30-a...........(4)
substituting value of c from (4) in (2) we get,
30-a+b=55.........(5)
a+b=43..........(1)
(5)-(1) give
30-2a=12
30-12=2a
a=18/2=9 degree
giving value of 'a' in (1)
9+b=43
b=34 degree
similarly giving value of 'a' in (3)
c+9=30
c=21 degree

Oct 14, 2012 | TOPICS Entertainment Snap! Geometry...

1) Find the dollar to peso conversion rate. You can go to Reuters to get the latest exchange rate.

2) Then Argentinian peso for example:

int main()

{

double dollar, peso;

int rate;

peso = 0;

cout << "Enter dollar amount: ";

cin >> dollar;

cout << "Enter exchange rate:";

cin >> rate;

cout.setf(ios::fixed);

cout.precision(2);

peso += dollar * rate;

cout << dollar << " dallars is equal to " << peso << " peso's." << endl;

return 0;

}

With this program you input the amount in dollars and it will give you the amount in peso's.

2) Then Argentinian peso for example:

int main()

{

double dollar, peso;

int rate;

peso = 0;

cout << "Enter dollar amount: ";

cin >> dollar;

cout << "Enter exchange rate:";

cin >> rate;

cout.setf(ios::fixed);

cout.precision(2);

peso += dollar * rate;

cout << dollar << " dallars is equal to " << peso << " peso's." << endl;

return 0;

}

With this program you input the amount in dollars and it will give you the amount in peso's.

Sep 24, 2011 | Computers & Internet

The terminals you listed are correct.

T4 -T7 mated

T5 -T8 mated

T6 -T9 mated

10, 11, 12 combined connection

L1, L2, & L3 = output / line leads

However you should have 277 VAC line to ground and 480 VAC Line to line (Across any 2 phases)

So terminals 1, 2 or 3 to ground should be 277 VAC (L1 L2 or L3)

1-2 or 1-3 = 480 VAC

any combination of

1 , 2, or 3 to each other = 480 VAC

As a "generator man" with 19 solutions one being "You might have to sting it" you should know this and be able to use the diagram on the power head to get your desired voltages unless the wiring data plate is missing. I have had to dial in voltage regulators when switching between 240 and 480 to prevent automatic shut downs from over / under voltage.

Kelly

T4 -T7 mated

T5 -T8 mated

T6 -T9 mated

10, 11, 12 combined connection

L1, L2, & L3 = output / line leads

However you should have 277 VAC line to ground and 480 VAC Line to line (Across any 2 phases)

So terminals 1, 2 or 3 to ground should be 277 VAC (L1 L2 or L3)

1-2 or 1-3 = 480 VAC

any combination of

1 , 2, or 3 to each other = 480 VAC

As a "generator man" with 19 solutions one being "You might have to sting it" you should know this and be able to use the diagram on the power head to get your desired voltages unless the wiring data plate is missing. I have had to dial in voltage regulators when switching between 240 and 480 to prevent automatic shut downs from over / under voltage.

Kelly

Sep 18, 2011 | Electrical Supplies

**Solve (***x*+ 2)(*x*+ 3) = 12.

- It is very common for students to see this type
of problem, and say:

solve to get x = 10 and x = 9. That was easy!"

So, tempting though it may be, I cannot set each of the factors above equal to the other side of the equation and "solve". Instead, I first have to multiply out and simplify the left-hand side, then subtract the 12 over to the left-hand side, and re-factor. Only then can I solve.

- (

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Jul 17, 2011 | H. B. Enterprises Quadratic Solver

the area of your roof is equal to the base (B) times the hight (H) divided by 2.

A = ( B x H )/ 2 = 120

To get the Perimeter of your roof you need to sum the base plus the sides (S)

So P = B + 2 x S

if you have a slope degree of 30 then

B/2 = cos (30) x S

so P = B + 2 x B / 2 / cos(30)

P = B ( 1 + cos (30) )

we also know that

H = tg (30) x B/2

from this last one we can go back to the Area and get a value for B

120 = ( tg (30) x B / 2 x B) / 2

480 x SQRT(3) = B^2

B = SQRT(480/tg(30))

So:

P = SQRT(480/tg(30)) x ( 1 + cos (30))

tg (30) = 1 / SQRT(3) cos (30) = SQRT(3)/2

P = 2 SQRT(30 x (12 + 7 x SQRT(3) ) ) or aproximately 53.8m

A = ( B x H )/ 2 = 120

To get the Perimeter of your roof you need to sum the base plus the sides (S)

So P = B + 2 x S

if you have a slope degree of 30 then

B/2 = cos (30) x S

so P = B + 2 x B / 2 / cos(30)

P = B ( 1 + cos (30) )

we also know that

H = tg (30) x B/2

from this last one we can go back to the Area and get a value for B

120 = ( tg (30) x B / 2 x B) / 2

480 x SQRT(3) = B^2

B = SQRT(480/tg(30))

So:

P = SQRT(480/tg(30)) x ( 1 + cos (30))

tg (30) = 1 / SQRT(3) cos (30) = SQRT(3)/2

P = 2 SQRT(30 x (12 + 7 x SQRT(3) ) ) or aproximately 53.8m

Mar 03, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

If you solution costs $5.00 american dollars, that is 223.876 phillipine pesos. Or each american dollar equals 43.54 phillipine Pesos.

I hope that this answers your question.

Brian

I hope that this answers your question.

Brian

Jan 03, 2011 | Acer Aspire 5610-4648 Notebook

check the line cord, used a new good cable.. or change your driverack 480..

Sep 02, 2010 | DBX DriveRack 480 Processing Unit Home...

You still owe 12 pesos or almost a dolar.

Jul 11, 2010 | Google Computers & Internet

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