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Y Space and search terms related to Y Space are searched via blog search 536 times a day globally (averaged over the past year). In terms of competition with other sites covering this topic, it is a 30 out of 100, with 100 being the most competitive. Content about Y Space, should earn roughly $9 eCPM assuming reasonable ad placement on a blog site.
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How Come When I Type "Y Y Y " I Get The Suggestions On The Right?From Go ogle Forum:
How come when I type "y y y " I get the suggestions on the right? It is y space y space y space
Answer: Go ogle appears to interpret "y y y" as Arabic which is written right to left.
What Is Dimension And What Is The Mean Of Dimensional Force?From Physics Forum:
What is dimension and what is the mean of dimensional force? I heard about dimensions somewhere I want to know what is this dimension.
Answer: 'Dimension' has 3 different meanings, depending in the context. 1) It means size. E.g. 'the dimensions of the box are Cm x 30 cm x 40cm'. 2) It means the number of independent directions of movement. E.g a flat plane has 2 dimensions (x and y); space has 3 dimensions (x, y and z). 3) It means the category of a physical quantity. The 3 most common dimensions are mass (M) length (L) and time (T). E.g. the dimensions of speed are L/T. There is no such thing as 'dimensional force' to my knowledge.
Does Every Continuous Curve Has A Function That Defines It?From Mathematics Forum:
Does every continuous curve has a function that defines it? Is it possible to find the function of a given curve, IE, can the boundary of a place say northern Russia be defined in mathematical terms? If so then how? And if not, then is it possible to know whether a particular curve has a function to define it or not?
Answer: If you get to choose the space (number of dimensions, axes, etc) and you get to decide on the accuracy of your function, you can approximate any continuous curve with a function. For something like the boundary of Russia, this is essentially a 3-dimensional curve (since the earth is a sphere) unless you "flatten" your representation to a 2-D map. Assuming three dimensions, you might choose a polar system of (latitude, longitude, altitude) to represent the border, and you would now look for a function f(t) = (lat_t, lint, alt_t) for some arbitrary parametrized variable "t". The trick here is to recognize that you have to introduce the additional variable to make this a function, and the function has to produce a value in n-space to match the curve you are approximating. Conversely, if someone gives you a specific space and a specific set of variables, and then asks "can you represent some arbitrary curve in this space with a function of these variables?", your answer has to be "No!" For example, if I give you ordinary Cartesian x-y space and say I want you to represent an arbitrary curve using f(x) = y, you can't do this. Try a circle - you can represent half the circle, but the circle needs two y values for most of its domain to map it completely. If you are allowed to say f(t) = (cos(t), sin(t), you can represent the circle, but you've introduced the new parameter "t" again.
Could A Normal Computer Calculate Every Possible Scrabble Game?From Other - Computers Forum:
Could a normal computer calculate every possible scrabble game? In a reasonable amount of time. Or would you need to use a super computer like big blue? I was just wondering about some scrabble statistics like highest score possible, highest single move score possible, and total number of combinations possible. Even big blue? What if it had several days of calculating?
Answer: It would probably be possible to calculate the number of possible games approximately with a formula. You know... like... there are X number of words in English. There are Y spaces on a scrabble board. And so forth... but to go through each scrabble game? I doubt any computer or cluster of computers would be capable of working through every single game. There are just too many possibilities.
How Do You Make Your My space Name Disappear?From My Space Forum:
How do you make your my space name disappear? You know how people's name doesn't show up on myspace? I wanna know how to do that. And I don't want it to show when I post bulletins and when I show up on friends list. So if you do.. Please tell me. I am on a laptop.. So I can't put alt and all that crap. SO.. Yeah.
Answer: & s h y ; (spaced together) as your display name
What'S The Funniest Practical Joke You'Ve Ever Seen Played On The Public?From Polls & Surveys Forum:
What's the funniest practical joke you've ever seen played on the public? A relative gave me a book he borrowed from the library about such practical jokes and there were a few good ones which a lot of people took seriously. One was a radio announcement (it didn't say when it happened) which told the public that as of a certain date that all pets had to be clothed so that their private parts are not exposed or they would get fined. Another was a joke played on a DJ and without him knowing it his voice was altered and to radio listeners he sounded like a Dale from Dr. Who.
Answer: Well, I once called in to the dealership that I worked at on a day when I was off, and I pretended to be an old white man on the phone who wanted to buy two brand new Chrysler 300 M's. A white lady salesperson picked up on the sales call, and since we were good friends, it was a fitting practical joke. I told her that my name was Avery Brakeman and that I wanted a "his and hers" in the 300 M's I was seeking and that I wanted her "bottom dollar" on the both. Then, I told her to write my name down and call me back with the cost of both. I spelled it to her like this: A space V-E-R-Y space B-R-O-K-E space A-S-S space M-A-N. The woman cracked up laughing once she had written the whole name down.
All Ages Night Club Events In Miami?From Miami Forum:
All Ages Night Club Events in Miami? Anyone know of any club events in Miami this month (April) or next month (May). Looking for a good one at places like Nocturnal, Karu&Y, Space, etc...Any help will be appreciated!
Answer: Kari & y doesn't hold all ages. I think allure should be having an all ages paint party soon. try rendezvous on the lakes
How To Full Glow Led With A Simple Cricket At 230 Volt ?From Engineering Forum:
how to full glow led with a simple cricket at 230 volt ? my led glow with a K resistor and diode 4007 , with led , but led out put is not proper so I want to full glow with simple CT , cause I have not even'y space for one more capacitor if possible Pl try to give me a ckt
Answer: Just replace the K resistor with a K resistor and put a 1.5K resistor in parallel with the LED as a shunt. Don't remove the diode!
What Holds A Galaxy Together, What Holds The Galaxies Together, What Is At The Center Of The Universe?From Astronomy & Space Forum:
What holds a galaxy together, what holds the galaxies together, what is at the center of the universe? and at the center of a galaxy
Answer: At the center of galaxies there is a super massive black hole. So essentially gravity holds galaxies together. There is no center of the universe. This is because after the big bang matter did not explode out spherically like a conventional explosion. Instead the space between matter is growing. Theorists don't know y space is growing, they attribute it to dark energy. An unknown form of energy. It seems quite odd that space itself is growing but we know that it is because the visible universe is roughly 93 billion light years across. However, we know that the age of the universe is much less then 93 billion years. Do you c the conundrum? Nothing can travel faster then light so how did those stars get that far away? In less space is growing. So the center of the universe can not be found because there is no center
Need Help With A Slightly Confusing Problem?From Mathematics Forum:
Need help with a slightly confusing problem? Suppose that a javelin is thrown with trajectory h(x)=-0.1x^2+1.2x+1.5, where h(x) is the height of the javelin when it has traveled a horizontal distance of x meters. How far away will the javelin land? Round your answer to three decimal places. ** Any help would be great. An answer and explanation of the steps to help me grasp the concept would be great. Thanks you in advance.
Answer: if u have a ti 83 plug the formula in the y= spaces. then hit graph and go to the table. And just follow the increase in the x value until u see it starts to decrease. if it starts to decrease u keep following it until u reach x is equal to 0. Where it says x is equal to 0 on the right it should say some other number. That would be the y value. the y value is the distance traveled.
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