Recommended Daily Allowance.

Give us peace. Quibbling over whether it should be 'give' or 'grant' is not really productive. Translation, particularly from ancient languages, is not an exact science and either is equally valid.
The previous answer, give

**me**peace is not quite right. The Latin for that would be 'Dona**mihi**pacem'.If you mean style in the sense of manner you could use 'modus'. If you mean fashion or personal grooming you could use 'cultus'.

Plural.
Curriculum is Latin for a track to be followed, either of a race or of heavenly bodies.
It's a second declension neuter noun. The endings of these change from -um to -a in the plural.

Standard form is a handy way of writing very large or very small numbers. In standard form we express the number as a number multiplied by a power of 10. Let's start with a large number: 1234.5. Move the decimal point to the left until there is only one digit (other than zero) to its … Read more

At the top of the ramp the toy has a certain amount of potential energy. The amount of this energy depends on the height of the ramp and the weight of the toy. (The toy's weight is dependent on its mass and the force of gravity.) As the toy rolls down the ramp this potential … Read more

It means there is a force drawing two magnets or a magnet and some magnetic material together. The opposite of attract is repel. Two magnets will attract each other if you put the opposite poles near each other, or repel each other if you put like poles together.

People's car. The original Volkswagen company was created on the orders of Adolph Hitler to produce a cheap car for the German people. The engineer chosen to design the car was Ferdinand Porsche.

The Swedish scientist Carl Linnaeus (1707-1778), also known as Carl von Linné or Carolus Linnaeus.

Percentage error is the error result minus the correct result, divided by the correct result and multiplied by 100. Let the original number be x.
Error = 100((3x/2)-(3x/2))/(3x/2)
= 100(0)/(3x/2)
= 0/(3x/2)
= 0%
The error percentage is zero because dividing by 2/3 is the same as multiplying by 3/2. The student … Read more

That title has been applied to at least three people, and probably others. Read up on the following and take your pick.
George R. Stibitz (1904 - 1995)
John Vincent Atanasoff (1903 - 1995)
Alan Turing (1912 - 1954)

It's based on Psalm 113:9 in St. Jerome's Latin version of the Bible, the Vulgate:
'non nobis Domine non nobis sed nomini tuo da gloriam'
The corresponding verse in the King James Version is Psalm 115:1
'Not unto us, O LORD, not unto us, but unto thy name give glory, for thy mercy, and for … Read more

Of course. A completely flat ball has increased air resistance and almost no elasticity and cannot be kicked far at all. That's an extreme example but generally the harder a ball is pumped up the further it can be kicked.

0.15
You can get this by working 20 into 3 as a long division sum. But the cheaty way is to open an Excel spreadsheet and enter the formula "=3/20" into any cell.

The prime factors (plural) of 180 are 2, 3 and 5.
They multiply up like this: 2 x 2 x 3 x 3 x 5 = 180.

16.6666666666... (16.6 recurring. Normally you show this by writing 16.6 and putting a dot above the last 6. If you want it to 2 decimal places it will be 16.67)

They were laughing, or they used to laugh. (It's 3rd person plural indicative active imperfect.)

According to the law of conservation of energy, energy is not gained or lost but simply converted from one form to another. When a car is at the top of the roller coaster it is moving slowly but has a high level of potential energy. As it accelerates under the force of gravity the potential … Read more