Q: What do the numbers for a screw mean?

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I think you mean an Archimedes screw.

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The "mean" of a group of numbers is their "average". It doesn't tell you what the numbers are, or even how many numbers there are.

No, the geometric mean is not the same as the mean of two numbers.

Mean = Total of the numbers / n So total of the numbers = n*mean

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I think you mean an Archimedes screw.

# 6 screw is one of many US Numbers screws (where is pitch makes no difference in diameter) All Number screws are measured as follows: O.D = 0.060" + N(0.013") , where's N is the number of the screw , thus the diameter of # 6 screw is: 0.060" + 6(0.013") = 0.060" + 0.078" = 0.138"

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this screw is locked it self without any external forces

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A screw is a combination of two simple machines: A wheel (the screw rotates about its axis) and an inclined plane (the thread of the screw) It is also used when the experiment goes wrong. ("Screw this, I'm going home")

In romanian, "surub" [Shurub] means "screw". Not to "screw somebody", but like in "tightening the screws"

The mean is the is the total of the numbers and then dividing by how many numbers.

What does compatible numbers mean?

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