before two alternators can be connected in parallel, the output voltage of the two machines should be the same, the phase rotation of the machines must be the same, and the output voltages of the two machines must be in phase.
You can compare their magnitude (absolute values) but not the numbers themselves.
compare the two stroke and four stroke engine in power output and thermal efficiency?
Input and output (of energy)
Rewriting the fractional part of the two numbers as a percentage, can help you compare the two numbers.
The ratio between the two is called the efficiency.
To "compare" usually means to find out which of two numbers is bigger, if any.
You can compare them by looking at them (they are the same)subtracting one from the other (answer = 0)dividing one by the other (the quotient is 1).
Finding the difference between two numbers involves rationalising them
this means two numbers that are the same and that can compare
Write them as decimals, and compare. If the first digit of two numbers is equal, compare the second digit; if the second digit is equal, compare the third digit, etc.
For relatively prime numbers to exist, there need to be two or more numbers to compare.
I'm not aware of a way to compare two numbers by multiplication.
The product of the GCF and LCM of two numbers is the same as the product of the numbers.
Two machines may appear identical and yet not have the same actual mechanical advantage because of the different input and output force.
You need two numbers to compare to have a gcf.
For a product to exist, there needs to be two or more numbers to compare.
It is -7.
For numbers to be relatively prime, there needs to be two or more numbers to compare their factors.