GingerAle
Oct 14, 2018

#12**0 **

Using the advanced setup and registry editing, these default operational settings you describe are changeable. However, it’s not necessary to isolate the image in Edge.

In MS Edge, the *magnifier* will magnify images while they are in context. FireFox and Chrome require isolation to magnify images because it magnifies everything except images.

Here’s a link describing the use of the MS Edge magnifier. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4028566/windows-10-change-the-size-of-text

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GingerAleJun 14, 2019

#6**0 **

In this post, https://web2.0calc.com/questions/how-to-find-a-if-i-know-b-and-a-2-a-1-b#r1

Alan presents two (2) solution methods *(Lambert W function* and *Newton-Raphson*) to solve for an unknown variable that appears both inside and outside an exponential function. Very Cool!

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GingerAleMay 10, 2019

#5**0 **

Here, a well-presented solution by Anthrax.

https://web2.0calc.com/questions/help_82659#r2

By adapting the logical and mathematical equivalence of the *Floor Function* to an inequality, Anthrax demonstrates with details how to solve for integers in a range. A praise-worthy solution presentation by a gifted and practiced mathematician –quickly recognized as such by Hectictar.

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GingerAleMay 10, 2019

#4**0 **

Here is an excellent presentation for a solution by Hectictar.

https://web2.0calc.com/questions/help_97441#r1

The elements of the collective problem and equation are dissembled into key points, each with a detailed explanation for its derivation. When combined, the narrative presents as a textbook-worthy, expository solution for a potentially confusing problem.

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GingerAleMay 10, 2019

#1**-1 **

Note that * Unanswered *means there is

__There are two methods to achieve your search goal:__

The first one is simple: Scroll through the question archives and look for questions that have zero (0) replies.

To use the * search *and

Set the **Sort** option to * Most Answers*, and set the

Set the **Tag** to * No Off-Topic* (unless you want them). Set the page number to 15 (@ 25 posts per page). You can use this link https://web2.0calc.com/questions/page/15

These settings will list approximately 30 days of unanswered (no-reply) questions in descending order with the most recent questions on page one (1).

Note: Questions more than ten-days-old (864000 seconds) will ** lock** as soon as you post your reply.

I’ll save the comments on how you might respond to them for future troll posts. I’m sure they will be entertaining....

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GingerAleMay 1, 2019

#4**-2 **

Solution:

\(V = \pi * r^2 * h \pm \text {(error)}\\ \small \text {For this equation, the easiest method is to calculate each error as a decimal and }\\ \small \text {then use the sum of the decimals to calculate the error range.}\\ \large \text { }\\ \text {Gauss Error Function } \small \text { (uncertainties in decimal).}\\ r= 10 cm \pm 0.03\\ r_{error} = (2)\frac{0.03}{10} = 0.006\\ h= 20 cm \pm 0.05\\ h_{error} = \frac{0.05}{20} = 0.003\\ \small \text{sum of errors } = 0.006+0.003 = 0.009\\ V_{error} = 0.009 (6283.18) = \pm 56.54cm^3 \\ \large \text { }\\ V= \pi * 10^2 * 20 = 6283cm^3 \pm 56.54cm^3 \, | \,\small \text{68% confidence interval}\\ 6226.6cm^3 \leq V \leq 6339.7cm^3 \, | \,\small \text{68% confidence interval}\\ \)

For more information see:

https://web2.0calc.com/questions/physics_81#r2

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GingerAleApr 30, 2019