force x perpendicular distance from a specific, defined point
To find x% of an amount A you calculate A*x/100.
to find yield
To find x as a percentage of y, calculate 100*x/y.
with two figures dive the smaller by the bigger and times by 100
Calculate the answer in decimal terms!
we can find theultimate moment of resistance by in case of hand lever by followinglength of boss.thickness of boss.tensile stress.(distance from outside of the object concerned to the major axis)
The same as the acceleration rate. Measure the speed at one moment of time, measure the speed at another moment of time, calculate the difference, divide by the time elapsed.
M = [rF] - is a formula for produced moment calculation.
Inertia is affected by an outside force. So if you calculate the moment of inertia, you calculate the magnitude and possibly the direction of the outside force. You can use this to determine acceleration.
There is a small logic we can calculate the load capacity,for that we need Stress and Strain formulas, shearing moment and bending moment, from that we can know where the system fails and works........ DR.....
There's no point in answering this, since the price of gold varies considerably from day to day (and even from moment to moment). You can find the current spot price in the financial section of any newspaper and calculate the value yourself based on that.
B.M. = [ (n)(N+2) ]^ 1/2
Because I'm a bit tired at the moment.
From ACI 318; 1) Solve for a (whitney compressive stress block) 2) Determine moment from force couple
A moving object has both moment, and kinetic energy. You can't calculate one from the other; it is possible for two objects to have the same moment, and different amounts of kinetic energy. This is because the moment is proportional to the velocity, while kinetic energy is proportional to the square of the speed.
the moment, when you find love and care for you in your beloved ones eyes.