On Line 6 of a sitrep, reduced strength of 80-89 percent is amber, 60-79 percent is red, and black is for less than 60 percent fit for duty.
its not green
Red indicates reduced strength 59% or less fit for duty.
The color red is used to indicate the level on a SITREP report that defines an area that has been reduced in strength. Green and amber indicate levels that are performing at or above expected strength.
A test coupon is loaded until non linear and then the load is removed. The yield point is defined as a certain percent strain elongation remaining as determined by a strain guage or extensometer. Usually, this strain is defined as 0.002, or 0.2%
A situation (SITREP) report is used by the army to analyze a unitÃ?s current and diplomatic position. Green is defined as 80% or more fit for duty/full strength, amber is 80-89%, red 60-79%, black 59% or less.
Green- 80 or more (full strength) Amber- 70-80% Red- 50-69% Black- 50% or less
The percent is a way of expressing he relationship between part and the whole, where whole is defined as 100%. A percent can be defined by a fraction with a denominator of 100. Decimals can also represent a percent. For instance, 56/100 = 0.56 = 56%
This sitrep status in regards to personnel strength is red with reduced strength but the unit is still mission capable.
The strength of Venus Gravitational field is approximately 90 percent of Earth's.
20 to 50 percent
yes you definitly need 20+ signal
In welding, the ratio of the strength of a joint to the strength of the base metal expressed in percent.----
The ratio is 1:25 4 percent as a ratio is 0.04 : 1
what is characteristic yield strength
Absinthe ranges in strength from 45-75%
A 3 percent solution is 1.5 times as strong as a 2 percent solution.
To find the percent of 6.75, you do the following: 6.75x100% which equals 675%.