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Take the "rate" and divide it by 100 to convert to decimal and then divide by the number of times it is compounded in a year.  Add 1 to that number and take it to the power of the number of times of compounding.  Subtract 1 from that nlumber anld multiply byl 100 to convert … Read more
Duane Bryant blurted
Take the "rate" and divide it by 100 to convert to decimal and then divide by the number of times it is compounded in a year.  Add 1 to that number and take it to the power of the number of times of compounding.  Subtract 1 from that nlumber anld multiply byl 100 to convert … Read more
Duane Bryant answered Mike Myers' question
Gin and tonic or rum with any citrus (use light rum, less sugars, also I use Sweet and Low to lessen sugar which I believe helps cause hangovers).  Margaritas are hard to beat anytime.
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Duane Bryant voted up Mandy Clark's answer
Yes. A quadrilateral has a sum of 360 degrees in its angles. Here's an easy way to remember:

A triangle has 180 degrees as a sum of its angles. Add 180 for each added angle.
Pentagons have 540 degrees
Hexagons have 620 degrees

And so forth. Hope this helps!
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Duane Bryant answered Julien Marantes' question
1.  Buy a quality piano, have it delivered and tuned.  2.  Hire the best instructor for beginners you can find.  3.  PRACTICE AT LEAST 8 HOURS A DAY - - - EVERYDAY!!!  4.  As you progress, hire instructors that can keep you improving your talent.  5.  When you're good enough, go to Juilliard.  5.  Start … Read more
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Duane Bryant answered Confused Girl's question
Area of circle = pi x radius squared  circumference = 2 x diameter  diameter = 2 x radius.  Radius = Square root of (Area/pi) since area is already expressed in terms of pi, take the square root of 121 to find the radius, double that to find the diameter and multiply that by pi to … Read more
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Duane Bryant answered Jennifer Stevens' question
Impurities in the diamond when forming cause coloration.  It only takes about 1 atom per million diamond lattice atoms.  Boron = blue, nitrogen = yellow, lattice defects = brown, radiation exposure = green.  They also come in purple, pink, orange and red.