13.1. To work it out, look at the value in the hundredths section (in this case, it is four). If this is less than five, you round up the the tenths. If it five or more, you round up.
7.3/10 = 0.73 0.73*4 = 2.92 2.92+7.3 = 10.22
No. Work output is less than or equal to work input. Since some energy (work) is lost in most processes, it will usually be less.
less..if you do work it comes out as this...0.54 out of 100 or 54/100, 4/5=80/100
Work output is always less than work input because some work is lost to friction and heat which is created in the process of physics.
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always less than the input work
The input work is always greater than the output work because when the machine is working some of the force is used to overcome the force of friction.
To compare numbers start with the highest place value column and work your way right to the lower valued place value columns until there is a difference. 0.006 and 0.1 both have zero in the ones column, so move to the tenths column 0.006 has 0 in the tenths column, 0.1 has 1; 0 < 1 → 0.006 < 0.1 0.006 is less than 0.1
Then the output work is less than the input work. That description applies to every machine that has ever been built or will ever be built.
Multiply two fifths by two to get a common denominator. Then you will have 4 tenths plus three tenths. then add straight across and you will get seven tenths.
Place transmission in D2 and select VSA switch. only programed to work at less than 18 mph.
Goldbrickers are employees who do less work than what they are supposed to.
People say men "work longer hours" but i actually think we work a lot more than them.
Whatever it is, is correct.
Output work is always less than input work.
Work output is always less than work input. This is related to the Law of Conservation of Energy.
In a real machine, the output work is always less because input energy will be converted to heat energy and lost.
Porcelain Veneers are slightly less expensive than crowns because generally there is less tooth work to do with veneers but they also break more easily than crowns.
because output work is input work divided by two