I have read that there were about 7,358 4x4 b120's built in 1959 and 1960. I don't know how many of them had crew cabs though.
Yes it can. I have a Dell Inspiron B120 and it is indeed running Windows 7 Ultimate. You will need to upgrade the ram to 2gb. Windows 7 needs just slightly over 1gb. If you are a gamer or a extreme computer user, you may want 3 - 4gb of ram. Upgrade the hard drive too if you can to at least 40gb or 60gb. Aero will not work on it automatically. You also may have to install the drivers for the o.s too. Call dell, and ask for a driver cd. It is free.
Nutritional value per 100 g (3.5 oz)Energy686 kJ (164 kcal)Carbohydrates27.42 g- Sugars4.8 g- Dietary fiber7.6 gFat2.59 g- saturated0.269 g- monounsaturated0.583 g- polyunsaturated1.156 gProtein8.86 gWater60.21 gVitamin A equiv.1 μg (0%)Thiamine (vit. B1)0.116 mg (10%)Riboflavin (vit. B2)0.063 mg (5%)Niacin (vit. B3)0.526 mg (4%)Pantothenic acid (B5)0.286 mg (6%)Vitamin B60.139 mg (11%)Folate (vit. B9)172 μg (43%)Vitamin B120 μg (0%)Vitamin C1.3 mg (2%)Vitamin E0.35 mg (2%)Vitamin K4 μg (4%)Calcium49 mg (5%)Iron2.89 mg (22%)Magnesium48 mg (14%)Phosphorus168 mg (24%)Potassium291 mg (6%)Sodium7 mg (0%)Zinc1.53 mg (16%)
Risk reflects the chance that the actual return on an investment may be very different than the expected return. One way to measure risk is to calculate the variance and standard deviation of the distribution of returns.Consider the probability distribution for the returns on stocks A and B provided below.StateProbabilityReturn onStock AReturn onStock B120%5%50%230%10%30%330%15%10%320%20%-10%The expected returns on stocks A and B were calculated on the Expected Return page. The expected return on Stock A was found to be 12.5% and the expected return on Stock B was found to be 20%.Given an asset's expected return, its variance can be calculated using the following equation:whereN = the number of states,pi = the probability of state i,Ri = the return on the stock in state i, andE[R] = the expected return on the stock.The standard deviation is calculated as the positive square root of the variance.Note: E[RA] = 12.5% and E[RB] = 20%Stock AStock B
Serving Size: (100 grams)Amount Per ServingCalories: 61% Daily Value*Total Fat 1g0% Saturated Fat 0g0%Cholesterol0mg0%Sodium 3mg0%Total Carboydrates 15g4% Dietary Fiber 3g~ Sugars 9g~Protein 1g2%Vitamin A1%Vitamin C154%Iron1%Calcium3%*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needsNutrient InformationVitamins%DVVitamin A87 IU1% Retinol0 mcg Retional Activity Equivalent4 mcg Alpha Carotene0 mcg Beta Carotene52 mcg Beta Cryptoxanthin0 mcg Lycopene0 mcg Lutein + Zeaxanthin122 mcgVitamin C92.7 mg154%Vitamin E1.46 mg4%Vitamin K40.3 mcg67%Thiamin0.027 mg1%Riboflavin0.025 mg1%Niacin0.341 mg1%Vitamin B60.063 mg3%Vitamin B120 mcg0%Folate25 mcg6% Food Folate25 5.6 mcg~ Folic Acid0 mcg~ Dietary Folate Equivalents25 mcg~Pantothenic Acid0.183 mcg1% Minerals%DVCalcium34 mg3%Iron0.31 mg1%Magnesium17 mg4%Phosphorus34 mg3%Potassium312 mg13%Sodium3 mg0%Zinc0.14 mg0%Copper0.13 mg6%Manganese0.098 mg4%Selenium0.2 mcg0% Fats%DVTotal Fat0.52 mg0%Saturated Fat0.029 mg0%Monounsaturated Fat0.047 mg~Polyunsaturated Fat0.287 mg~