Because DC cannot be stepped up and down like AC can.
It can help by using wind power to rotate a generator therefore adding power to the grid usage
In the National Grid there are 876 thousand pylons.
0.8 on a grid is 8/10 (eight out of ten in fraction)
== == The game board is made up of a 15-by-15 gridof cells.
Hi there, You can do so but your shape might turn out wonky or not in proportion. It really depends because the question might need you to use a grid. Overall it is better using a grid.
To find the perimeter and areas of complex shape without a grid you should divide the shape into simple shapes and find the area of each shape alone and then add up the areas all together to get the area of the whole shape. Example: If there is a shape that can be divided into 2 triangles and 1 rectangle then you will find the area of each triangle alone and then the area of the rectangle then add up all the areas together.
That's because "perimeter" means the distance around something - not the spaces inside. If you count squares inside a figure, you are finding the AREA, not the PERIMETER.
To find the perimeter of any shape, simply add the lengths of the individual line segments together. To find the length of an individual line segment (x1,y1)-(x2,y2) simply compute the square root of (x1-x2)2 + (y1-y2)2.
Because perimeter means outside.
multiply and divide by 2
From the menu, go to: View>Show>Grid
count the grids