but what are the choices? its the number and 10% of the number
for example 110% of 100 = 110
anywhere from 49 to 55 percent
actually, the effort force would be decreasing, and the effort distance would be increasing!
load arm, effort arm, load, effort, fulcrum!
You Get Effort values Whenever you defeat a Pokemon the Pokemon has 255 EV's (Effort Values) In the Paticular Stat Or If The Pokemon Has a Total of 510 EV's
During an important effort they release salt.
it is to describe the phenomenon that takes place in all athletes- namely the maximal speed or effort that an athlete can maintain and still have no increase in lactate. At this speed or effort, lactate levels in the blood remain constant. it is to describe the phenomenon that takes place in all athletes- namely the maximal speed or effort that an athlete can maintain and still have no increase in lactate. At this speed or effort, lactate levels in the blood remain constant.
To improve sports there could be an effort made to create a more even playing field for women athletes. Women tend to be paid much less than male athletes and improving pay would help to equalize the efforts made to recruit female athletes.
The power to weight ratio is the power generated divided by the person's body weight. It benefits athletes because the greater the PWR is, the less physical effort the athlete has to do to achieve a goal. Endurance athletes, such as mounain bikers, tiatheletes, etc. will benefit from a greater PWR.
It is due to friction.
They are equivalent because they are both pulling something with effort on each end.
efficiency=mechanical advantage/velocity ratio mechanical advantage=load/effort use this formula, ans:100N
40-60 40-60, because as the heart beats it gets stronger (like a muscle -which it is) and the stronger it gets the less effort it has to put in to push the same amount of blood around the body.
Carbo-loading is loading up on carbohydrates. Athletes sometimes do this before a big athletic event in an effort to bulk up on the energy from carbohydrates.
It depends, but generally yes. For example, a salary of $100,000 could be increased by 100% to $200,000 or by 150% to $250,000. In general, a percent is just the number over 100, so 500% = 500/100 = 5. However, there are certain contexts where percentages are limited to the range from 0% to 100%. For example, when dealing with chance and probability, it is impossible to be below 0% (absolutely not possible) or above 100% (absolutely certain). You also cannot, strictly speaking, give "120%" effort, because 100% effort is defined as your complete effort, there can be nothing greater.
THE PRODUCT OF EFFORT AND EFFORT ARM IS CALLED MOMENT OF EFFORT.
(Actual Effort -Planned Effort)/Planned Effort * 100