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I think this has to do with Canadian or American currency, 25 Cents in a Quarter.

Q: What are 25 c in a Q?

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25 cents in a quarter

The letter o, Q, Q,m, b, c, C, u,U, and there might be more.

Q = C VC = Q / V = (60/12) = 5 farads (a capacitor the size of a house)

C = 25 + (10 x 4) = 25 + 40 = 65

In the equation Q equals m plus x t plus c, Q represents the total quantity or value being measured or calculated. t represents the variable or time period being observed or measured. c represents the constant term or the y-intercept, which is the value of Q when t equals zero.

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25 cents in a quarter

Q = [ mI ] [ h sub sf + CshW ( 100.0 C - 0.0 C ) + h sub fg ]Q = [ 25 g ] [ 333.7 J /g + ( 4.184 J / g - C ) ( 100.0 C ) + 2257 J / g ]Q = [ 25 g ] [ 3009.1 J / g ] = 75230 J

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I'm not exactly sure what you mean by this, but if you'd like to know how to do this in C here: q ^ 2 + 20 q + c

two quavers in a crotchet

Q, m, c, and T are symbols commonly used in physics and thermodynamics: Q represents heat energy transferred. m represents mass of a substance. c represents specific heat capacity, which is the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of a unit mass of a substance by one degree Celsius. T represents temperature.

The formula for the quantity of heat Q = m s t m- mass 0.375 kg s - specific heat capacity of water (4180 J/kg/K) t - the temperature change (25 deg C) So, Q = 0.375 x 4180 x 25 = 39187.5 J

25 percent is a quarter

Lucius Q. C. Lamar House was created in 1862.

Q = (1/r)√(l/c)

Two q's to 0. q = mass * specific heat * change in temp.. Q falls out of equation(50 g)(X specific heat)(30 C - 80 C) + (100 g H2O)(4.180 J/gC)(30 C - 25 C) = 0(- 2500X) + (2090) = 0- 2500X = - 2090X = 0.836 J/gC=============the specific heat of the solid

c=Q/v and v=IR SO C=Q/IR I=Q/T SO C=QT/QR Q CANCELS SO C=T/R AND R MULTIPLY BY C =T SO FARAD MULTIPLY OHM =SECOND