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- user joined since December 25, 2006
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i want to more about algorithm. i also need a site where i can get worked problems on algorithm.
In computer, algorithm - asked by asejik - 1 answer - 10 years ago
routine maintenance to be carried out on computer monitors and printers
In computers - asked by asejik - 2 answers - 10 years ago
two major units that make up the computer display system and types of these two major units
In computers - asked by asejik - 3 answers - 10 years ago
state connectors that can be used to connect a printer to the system unit and the number of pins they have
In computers - asked by asejik - 1 answer - 10 years ago
how can i get the lyrics of the cartoon "lion king"
In movie lyrics - asked by asejik - 3 answers - 10 years ago


i think about 60% of the world's population believe, due to the fact that some have different doctrines e.g jehovah's witnesses, celestial, ekankar, seventh day adventist.......

Go To Question - asked by asejik - 0 replies - 10 years ago

there is no definite number of grains of sand.
as mining works continue, as rocks continue to exfoliate, as we humans work daily and so on, particles of the sand you see tend to keep on disintegrating. ther's therefore no way one can count such. since sand is therefore uncountable, there's no point trying to measure. only God knows the number, as it is said in the bible, and since we're not God, no point at all trying to measure.

Go To Question - asked by asejik - 0 replies - 10 years ago

A mood ring is a ring which contains a thermochromic element, such as liquid crystal. The ring changes color in response to the body temperature of its wearer. The color is said, by some proponents, to indicate the emotional state of the wearer.
it has a thin sheet of liquid crystal sealed underneath. Changes in temperature cause the crystal to reflect different wavelengths of light which changes the color of the stone. The liquid crystal used in mood rings is usually set up to display a "neutral" color at the average human skin temperature, which is approximately 91°F (33°C)[1].

The popular pseudoscientific theory behind how the ring indicates the wearers' mood is the claim that body heat fluctuates with the emotional state of the wearer. If this were true then the ring would indicate how much above or below an "average" emotional state the wearer is. Human body temperatures are known to vary by small amounts (less than 1°C) over the circadian and menstrual cycles and when the body is fighting an infection. Variations in ambient air temperature also have a much larger effect on the temperature of the ring than changes in the wearer's body temperature. Hence, any claim to be able to assign particular moods to corresponding colors cannot be substantiated.

Go To Question - asked by asejik - 0 replies - 10 years ago