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x=9

If this is homework, be sure to show your work.

Xpressions Media... | Answered on Sep 20, 2012


policarpio_c,

I am uncertain of your question; however, I hope this answer helps you:

V is the VOLUME of a container, such as a cardboard box or a bottle (how much does it hold) in terms of "CUBIC" measure.

L is the LENGTH of the container from left to right
W is the WIDTH of the container from front to back (or the side)
H is the HEIGHT of the container from bottom to top (how tall it is)

The container's VOLUME (how much it holds) is determined by multiplying:
VOLUME = LENGTH x WIDTH x HEIGHT
V=LxWxH
V=LWH

DO you see what I mean?

If the box is 10 feet long, 2 feet wide and 1 foot tall, then

V=LxWxH
V=10x2x1
V=20 cubic feet

If you need further explanation, please add a comment and I will answer you.
Thanks for using FixYa!!
-Gort.

Xpressions Media... | Answered on Oct 06, 2010


then you need to find the correct website which is not FIXYA

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Hi,
what email program do you use and have you tried to access your e-mails from another machine.
If you can access your e-mails , I would suggest that you only open/view TRUSTED senders and those without attachments as you may have picked up a virus when opening/viewing messages.

Do you have any anti virus / malware checkers ?
Have you run them ?
Please try and give more information as this may allow more forum members to assist / guide you.

Computers &... | Answered 3 hours ago


this is a repair website. we have nothing on tax numbers here

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try plugging into a different USB port. Did it ever work on this laptop?
If it's the first time your using it on this laptop you may need to install the correct driver for the dvd drive, if your using Windows 10 then you should be able to automatically download the drive via the device manager on windows if you have any probs just go to the website for the device manufacturer and download the correct driver for that model (make sure it's the correct one) and follow their instructions for installation then reboot PC and try re-connecting.

Computers &... | Answered 3 hours ago


DOES NOT MATTER TO US THIS IS A REPAIR FORUM ONLY TRY THE RIGHT WEBSITE ONCE

Computers &... | Answered 4 hours ago


The meaning of BIOS (basic input/output system) BIOS software has a number of different roles, but its most important role is to load the operating system.

Computers &... | Answered 6 hours ago


ENGLISH PLEASE.

Computers &... | Answered 7 hours ago


Why does iTunes Duplicate Songs When Importing The issue that iTunes duplicates songs when importing is quite common and many users are not clear on the reasons for it. In order to clear up this confusion for iTunes users, here are some main causes of this trouble.
1. When you find your iTunes duplicates songs when importing to the library, it may result from improper settings of your program. You may have checked the options of "Keep iTunes media folder organized" and "Copy files to iTunes Media folder when adding to library". Thus, iTunes will repeatedly import a folder that is outside that iTunes Media folder into the library.
2. If the folder you add to iTunes library already has several duplicated songs, iTunes will import in all of them. Thus, you will find them duplicated in iTunes library.
3. If the songs you add to iTunes are untagged, iTunes will organize them all into "Unknown Artist/Unknown Album" and set the music name to "Filename". You will be unable to identify the song you need, for their name are almost the same.
4. iTunes does not have the feature to monitor your media folders when you import songs to the library. It just has trouble in detecting what is already on the library. This is one disadvantage of using iTunes itself to import songs.

Remove Duplicates after Importing with iTunes

Apart from avoiding duplicates before and in the process of importing, you can also use iTunes to remove duplicates after the importing. This aim can be achieved simply with the following steps.
1. Run iTunes on your computer and then click on "File" menu in the toolbar. Then you need to hit on "Library> Show Duplicate Items" in order.

2. You will see a list of all duplicates displayed in the right part of the iTunes screen. You can then click on a track or hold down the "Ctrl" key while hitting on multiple tracks to choose them.
3. When you have selected the items, you can click on "Song> Delete from Library" to remove the songs you have selected. The duplicated songs will disappear immediately from the iTunes interface. Thus, your iTunes library will be much clearer.

You should know that iTunes sometimes can confuse different mixes and slight variations shown in different albums. Therefore, you'd better make sure what you are removing is actually a duplicated and not a remix or version from a different album.


how-to-import-songs-into-itunes-without-creating-duplicates-delete-6-1srvjsc4otpwize3cqbthuvm-1-0.jpg For more details, check: Why does iTunes Duplicate Songs When Importing

Computers &... | Answered 9 hours ago


NO DRIVERS WERE MADE FOR IT .

Computers &... | Answered 11 hours ago


WHO CARES? THIS BEING A REPAIR FORUM ONLY

Computers &... | Answered 11 hours ago


CALL A LOCAL REPAIR SHOP . TOSHIBA HAS MANY PRODUCTS AND WE KNOW VERY FEW OF THEM

Computers &... | Answered 12 hours ago

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