I have what seems like a really simple question but I have a hard time finding an answer just searching though the internet.
I am looking at a resistive circuit, the point of which is to generate heat.
I know that voltage = Current x Resistance
So, since I am using household voltage (120 volt nominal) and my circuit breaker says that it is rated for 15 amps per circuit with a maximal continuous load of 12 amps, does this mean that to reach the maximum allowable wattage I need a minimum of 10 ohms of resistance to run continuously?
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>>7812956 working stuff out on paper, doing things like math proofs...the stuff where you don't end up with something tangible in your hands. I'm not devaluing that kind of thing at all. It's massively important, but it's not my cup of tea. I'm all about building and making things though...like I just finished making a computer controlled equitorial mount for doing astrophotography.
If you had a small wind tunnel to do experiments what are the formulas for wind speed and your model's properties? For example if I have a scale model where 1 pound is actually 1000lbs and my tunnel wind speed is 10mph...does that simulate a higher wind speed for the model? Can you approximate stability and aerodynamics of a scale model with slower wind speeds than what the craft would actually experience?
About 3.2 billion people – nearly half of the world's population – are at risk of malaria. In 2015, there were roughly 214 million malaria cases and an estimated 438 000 malaria deaths. And yet DDT is banned because it might have a link to cancer. Thank you ecological scientist mans.
Half a milliion deaths + 200 million infections + 3billion in danger up against white ecologists who went to college and now they have to achieve something
>have to write three pages essay due tomorrow >didn't even manage to write my introduction after three hours This fucking nigger loving bitch and her social science shit, I don't give a fuck about Participatory Rural Appraisal or science for societal transformation.
I can divide by zero. I define A/0 to equal A(Grannyies famous apple sauce pie), and as all of you know, X(Grannyies famous apple sauce pie) is bouncy to a degree of X. Or, written in closed form, Bouncy^X. Therefore, 1/0=Bouncy^1. There, division by zero.
>>7812608 >Hello, /sci/, I just made my way here from /b/. I'm unsure yet of whether I want to be accepted into your ranks, but I really want you to like me and I hope we can be friends. I should warn you I'm a bit autistic, but little do I know, so does everyone else on this fucking board. Please like me. Sincerely, Austin
How do I get funding for an invention? It's simple enough for me to build a prototype but to take it further I will need more money. Has anyone on /sci/ ever invented and marketed anything? Obviously I can't tell you anything but judging by the positive reception to some other idea of mine that I "gave away for free" on /sci/ (balanced lobe motor) it is probably a good idea.
>>7812537 go to a company that sells related products and sell them your rights (you ahve to convince them it's a good invention obviously). You also have to make sure it's patentable, because if it isn't there's no way they'll buy your idea instead of just copying it.
Not sure about RV, but the dependent variable is a binary outcome (Not using/Using a car), and apart from covariates, the two independent variables are strength of environmental attitudes (scale treated as continuous) and time since moving home (months). Both are independent predictors, and an interaction effect is significant.
>>7812535 Alright, I'm not sure exactly how to do it, but according to http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/stata/seminars/interaction_sem/interaction_sem.htm, it seems like you can indeed plot interaction against the values of the covariate (plot at roughly 1 third down the page). Apparently you first need to decide exactly in which way you want to model interaction: in their example, they use difference of differences, but they mention using ratio of odds ratios in a table a bit above that. I guess unless you have some kind of insight about which one to use for your particular problem, you should try them all and picking the one that looks best compared to what you're trying to show.
I can't help much more: I'm decent at probability but I haven't done any statistics for almost a decade so I tend to just use cookbooks.
Your body recognizing the pathogens doesn't guarantee that you can fight them off without dying. Otherwise africans would be biologically stronger and wouldn't die like flies from ebola like it's happening right now.
>>7812488 effective doctors only appeared 100 years ago or so. What can happen in hundreads of years from now? the white stuff was oinly for the catch, hoppefully, everyone can have healtcare in hundreads of years
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