I've been to a few concerts where they offered floor + seats, and I always had a seat. Which is fine, if you get a close spot. But then I've been to some that are floor only, and I honestly like that much more. You can see fine, unless someone really tall stands in front of you, on whic case you can just move over. It's a much better experience overall, and a lot more fun :)
Q:What is the meaning of the floor speed?
The answer on the first floor is completely correct. Very correct and absolutely right. I believe that the wooden floor after the turn will not be high again. Because the wear resistance along with the hardness of the same. If it is too hard, then touch the factory whip Zhuo Zhuang Biao courier wave cunning to the wood comfortable foot feeling. If one day like a brick as hard as a wooden floor?
Q:Madison Sqaure Garden Floor seating?
Floor seats are good as long as you aren't too short, because everybody stands up during the concert!
Q:What are the pros and cons of cork flooring?
Pro- You will never have to worry about stopping up a wine bottle again Con- Anything you drop will go through the floor. Nuf said Pro- Never have to worry about hiding evidence again Con- You will probably break a leg or two while walking
Q:If you buy apartment/condominium, which floor would you prefer/choose and why?
Top floor. Quieter with less foot traffic and better potential view.
Q:Upstair bathroom floor shifting/caving in?
Call several home repair contractors and get estimates. The estimate should be free. Ask before the contractor before he comes if he/she gives free estimates. You should be able to find home repair contractors in the phone book or your local news paper.
Have major renovations been done to the home? If so, were walls removed. I'd get a building inspector or engineer in to make sure a supporting beam wasn't removed.
Q:Math Equation Term, Floor?
what's the formula? we need more context.
Q:How do I wash my floor?
Wood floors are tough! You NEVER want to use a Swifter on hardwood floors!!! Especially if they are natural or treated wood. Laminate and pergo are ok, but not for real wood floors! Trust me, I'm a professional house cleaner! What you want to do is go out and get yourself a good hardwood floor cleaner. If it's really bad, you may want to invest in a good pair of kneepads as well. What we normally do it we take the floor cleaner and put about a 1/4 of it into a bucket and fill it with water. If you're using rags, make sure to wring out the rag really good before putting it on the floor. Then as you're washing the floor, use a dry rag to dry the floor so there are no streaks. I'd do this about maybe once every month, or 2 months. Oh, and invest is what's called a shmop It's just like a swifter, only it uses a cloth, and what you do is; wet the cloth and put it on the shmop,then spray the cloth with the floor cleaner and use it on the floors. It keeps them shiny and it's a lot cheeper than having to buy swifter cloths. This one uses just one cloth and you can wash it and reuse it. You don't want to use a swifter though because it takes the finish off the hardwood, if there is a finish. If there isn't a finish, it tends to dry out the wood and make it look dirty all the time.
Q:Prove that the floor(2x)=floor(x) floor(x 1/2)?
Suppose that we split up x into its integer part y and its decimal part z (for example, we can split 3.6 up into 3 and 0.6). Then, we have: x = y z. Then: floor(2x) = floor(2y 2z), floor(x) = floor(y z), and floor(x 1/2) = floor(y z 1/2). For 0 < z < 1, floor(y z) = y for all integers y (y is defined to be an integer, so this is fine). As for floor(2y 2z) and floor(y z 1/2), we need to take cases. Now, if 0 < z < 0.5, then 0 < 2z < 1 and 0 < z 1/2 < 1 and so: 2y < 2y 2z < 2y 1 and y < y z 1/2 < y 1, which implies that 2x is some number between 2y and 2y 1 and that x 1/2 is some number between y and y 1, which implies: floor(2x) = x and floor(x 1/2) = x, so floor(2x) = floor(x) floor(x 1/2) when x is some integer plus a decimal between 0 and 0.5. As for the case 0.5 < z < 1, 1 < 2z < 2 and 1 < z 1/2 < 1.5, so: 2y 1 < 2y 2z < 2y 2 and y 1 < y z 1/2 < y 1.5, yielding floor(2y 2z) = 2y 1, floor(y z 1/2) = y 1, and floor(y z) = y, and so: floor(2y 2z) = floor(y z 1/2) floor(y z) == floor(2x) = floor(x) floor(x 1/2). Combining these two cases proves floor(2x) = floor(x) floor(x 1/2) when x is not an integer. To prove the case when x is an integer, notice that: floor(2x) = 2x, floor(x) = x, and floor(x 1/2) = x, when x is an integer, which shows that floor(2x) = floor(x) floor(x 1/2) when x is an integer. Combining these three cases yields floor(2x) = floor(x) floor(x 1/2) for all x (as required). I hope this helps!