floor(x) is x rounded down to the next integer. So floor(8.3) = 8, floor(-4.6) = -5, floor(11) = 11. Let x = d + r, where d is an integer and r is a decimal with 0 <= r < 1. floor(5*x) = floor(5d + 5r) = 5d + floor(5r) <= 5d + 4 = 4 + 5*floor(d) <= 4 + 5*floor(x). EDIT I had a typo above when defining d and r, it is now correct.
Q:Floor tile commonly used size and floor tile type
Size 800 * 800, 600 * 600/300 * 450, etc., type glazed, polished, antique, vitrified, etc.
Q:How to do a spot sanding on my oak floor?
No matter what, if you don't do the whole floor your going to see the difference. Stain or no stain, the floor has aged and the surface has darkened, I'm assuming this door is an outside entrance door. A couple ways I would do this is 1: Tape off a section, be it square, rectangular,1/2 octagon, hexagon, circle, Whatever, make it look like an entrance landing. Sand and finish it however you want. 2: Cost more $ but would solve future problems, Again have a shape in mind, lay it out and cut it out. If need use build that section up with an underpayment made for this purpose. Replace that area with some nice slate tiles, or whatever you like using a thin set mortar.You can buy nice trim for the surface change
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:What to use to hide ugly bathroom floor?
How about a Hawaiian bathing room? This adorning topic will bypass with basically about any tile color. you are able to bypass very camp with it, or extra subdued. i imagine the jade eco-friendly tile might want to seem tremendous with an all-out Hawaii topic, with grass skirts, leis and hula woman decorations.
Q:how to fix a boat floor?
a whole new floor would ofcourse require you cut out the old one unbolding any hardware or seats that may be attached to it, when cutting it out be sure u are not going to be cutting thru any wires or hoses, you will need a sheet or two of marine plywood as well as a lot of fiberglass mat and resin, you will want to mount some strips of wood on what it left of the floor edge or the walls if you had to remove the whole floor, this is what you will be screwing the new floor down to secure it, you will want to fiberglass the backside as well as the edges of the new wood before it is put down as well as any kind of spacer blocks you will need to brace the floor off of the stringers or fuel tank or whatever may be below the floor, once you have laid down and screwed the floor to the stringers and supports you will than go over it with fiberglass mat until it is approximately the same hight of what it was before or as high as it needs to be to tie into the walls or other flooring, you can than grind it smooth spray some gellcote and sand, reapply and sand as wanted. if you want it really level you can apply some marine bondo before the gellcote, less time sanding and spraying gellcote. And of course during all of this their is specific ways and technics to applying fiber glass, just laying it down and wetting it in resin does not guarantee a good bond. So are you trying to do this yourself?
Q:Floor Hockey, PLEASE HELP????
1. a) When goalie covers puck, give him 5 feet of space to pass the puck out b) keep stick below shoulders, high sticking the ball down results in automatic penalty shot 2. a) good hand eye coordination (for the ball/puck seems to bounce around a lot more often in floor hockey) b) ability to protect the ball (with limited to no contact, it's easier to keep the ball away from other players) c) quick shot 3. a) depending on how many players you have out there, if it's 5, then strategies that you get from ice hockey can also apply to floor hockey - if it's four, then have 2 forwards and 2 defence, it's easier to play a defensive style for you have a higher ratio of D - FW - if it's three, then have 2 forwards and 1 defence, it's easier to play an offensive style for you have a higher ratio of FW - D Same basic strategies apply, get traffic in front, pass the ball around to gain some space, and get the ball to the net as often as possible.
Q:2ooo dakota ,no heat on floor?
the control knobs on the dakota,s and all the dodges was bad to strip out and cause that to happen,go to a salvage yard and get another one for it,chances are its just not going far enough to open the vent door to allow the air to come out where it should be coming out,i own an 03 and have had to replace mine once already,try this pull the knob off and look to see if it is stripped out or not then you,ll know if its that part of it,you may wind up replacing the inside control unit also,good luck
Q:What paint for floor tile?
I paint and tile, every day of my life, though never together. I have no doubt you'll get answers that offer suggestions about roughing up, grinding, priming, etc, even perhaps using garage floor strength paints. This is similar to a CAN I question, and with no disrespect my answer is always, certainly, but my additional thought is always, But you may be dissatisfied. BTW you can find hundreds of Q's in yahoo search here, related to yours. First of all, consider that tile is essentially glass, especially glazed, fired tile. If you've never run a fingernail over a piece of glass with paint on it, try it once. Consider then the outside chance that you experience a miracle. That miracle will still be on a Floor, which endures more abuse than any other surface in a home. Assume that you achieve some modest success, then someone drags a chair across the floor, and OOOPS happens. I'd advise two things, neither easy, or cheap. Remove the old, and determine a same or different floor type, OR install concrete backer board, or Ply, over the existing floor, and determine any alternatives. Steven Wolf
Q:What is the purpose of jacking up a floor?
Yes,..If they can't add on to the side of a house(cheaper strategy)..a house with floor joists and sills can be jacked-up,..or the roof can be removed,..and another floor built on top.. They can also Jack-up 8- 10 ft. A 4 bedroom brick house and slab,..along with the 2 car garage .. They dig tunnels under the house, and install hydraulic jacks system on Cribbing.. They form cinder block columns filled with cement and re-bar,..and wherever needed steel beams to reinforce the slab..Gulf Coast,..Hurricane Flood Zone.. edit...You can also jack up a house leaving the slab, and dismantling the bricks(replaced with siding)...The bolts holding the floor plates are cut..When the house is at the Desired height, floor joist and sills are slide in..The jacks are strategically placed not to interfere.