Specifications of the High Quality Laminated Flooring
|Place origin:||China mainland|
|Technics:||Laminated floor, wood laminate|
|Color:||Oak, beech, cheery, walnut|
Advantages of the High Quality Laminated Flooring
(1) Beautiful looking;
(2) Fashionable, popularly in the world market;
(3) Easy to install and maintain;
(5) Save the hardwood, save the forest;
Packing and delivery of the High Quality Laminated Flooring
Packing details: corrugated carton box with sealing polyfilm and adhesive type.
Delibery time: 25days.
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- Q:traditional ground floor ?
- Constructing is a big word it could mean foundation work for some, walls to another framing, masonry, finishes, decoration, painting, flooring, something that is learned over a lifetime or a paragraph in a textbook. The tradition could be Western, Eastern, Northern, Southern or any ethnic, geographical, or historical location or time on the globe. Even what is considered a ground floor is called the first floor in other parts of the world. So perhaps you could define your question a little more.
- Q:Solve x^(1/5) = floor((3x)^(1/5)).?
- The only solutions are x = 0, x = 1, x = 32, x = 243, and x = 1024. --- Suppose that x is a solution to this equation. Then, since floor((3x)^(1/5)) is always an integer, then x^(1/5) must be an integer; which in turn means that x must be a 5th power. So we have ruled out all x which are not 5th powers. --- By trying small 5th powers, we see that * x = 0^5 = 0 is a solution * x = 1^5 = 1 is a solution * x = 2^5 = 32 is a solution * x = 3^5 = 243 is a solution * x = 4^5 = 1024 is a solution and that no larger 5th powers appear to work, and no negative 5th powers appear to work. Let us try to prove that the above five values are the only solutions. --- Suppose that x < 0 and x is a 5th power. Since x < 0, then we have 3x < x Since the function f(x) = x^(1/5) is increasing, then applying it to both sides of the inequality preserves the inequality, so we have (3x)^(1/5) < x^(1/5) Now, x^(1/5) is an integer, because x is a fifth power; thus, floor((3x)^(1/5)) must be a smaller integer, because (3x)^(1/5) is less than x^(1/5). So x cannot be a solution when x < 0. --- It remains to show that x cannot be a solution when x = k^5, where k is an integer greater than 4. To show this, I will first show by induction that if k is an integer greater than 4, then 3^(1/5) * k k + 1. Base case: 3^(1/5) * 5 5 + 1 by a calculator. Inductive step: Suppose that 3^(1/5) * n n + 1. Clearly also 3^(1/5) 1. Adding these two inequalities gives 3^(1/5) * n + 3^(1/5) n + 2. Factoring the left and rewriting the right gives 3^(1/5)(n + 1) (n + 1) + 1, which is what we wanted to show. --- Now, suppose that x = k^5, where k is an integer greater than 4. Then (3x)^(1/5) = 3^(1/5) * x^(1/5) = 3^(1/5) * (k^5)^(1/5) = 3^(1/5) * k, and x^(1/5) = (k^5)^(1/5) = k. But by the induction above, 3^(1/5) * k k + 1, so (3x)^(1/5) x^(1/5) + 1, which means that floor((3x)^(1/5)) x^(1/5). So x cannot be a solution to the equation.
- Q:Quick Question About Floor Functions
- That property is not true. Here is a counterexample Assume x = 2.6 and k = 3 then xk = 7.8 floor(xk) = floor(7.8) = 7 floor(x) = floor(2.6) = 2 floor(k) = floor(3) = 3 floor(x) floor(k) = 2 * 3 = 6 So floor(xk) ≠ floor(x) floor(k)
- Q:What's the best flooring?
- Dirt, its green, easily replaced, renewable, and soft to the feel , and never goes out of style.
- Q:flooring comparison based on applicaton chart?
- go to a library alot of diy books give charts on types of flooring and strengths/weaknesses..i personally like tiles as i got fed up paying out for carpets every other yr i want something that lasts so i can spend money on other things ie me and my toys lmao
- Q:Has anyone ever been to the 13th floor haunted house?
- Ive been to the 13th floor haunted house. most people dnt think its real but dats a rumor 2. it is located in dallas by spur 408 gioin to frwy 20 the exit is grady niblo. this is an old building said to be haunted for over 40 years and you go in in a group of five but in order to get ur money back you have to get to the 13th floor. the reason its scary is bcuz u get seperated from your group in order to get ur prize. the cost is 50 dollars but not everybody makes it because it is really haunted you hear people crying and things be fallin and its real fuking dark
- Q:How to use floor leveling compound?
- You can do it in one aplication, it would be better. With a chissel make small dents on the existing floor in case it's cement or concreet and that would make the leveling compound better.
- Q:Sponge floor pool?
- Obviously the floor of the pool isnt made of sponge, so I have no idea. Is that something that someone said, or what? Where did the question come from? If it is something somebody said to you, it's probably just meant in a discriptive sense. I did a search on google, nothing came up.
- Q:bathroom floor?
- Taking the toilet up is the easy part. There should be two bolts on the sides of the base that have to come loose. A lot of the time these are rusted or corroded so badly that you have to use a hacksaw to cut them off. You'll need to cut the rotten part of the floor out to the center of the floor joists that are past where the rot stops. In the space between the joists it's a good idea to install a piece of lumber the same size as the joists between them so that the end of the new piece of plywood is sitting on something. Position the new piece so that it will be half under the old plywood so that it will support both the old and new pieces. Basically you want a square frame to hold up the new piece of floor you'll be putting down. The biggest problem is usually that since the toilet sits so close to the wall that sometimes the water damage extends underneath the wall. If that's the case, then I'd suggest calling in someone with experience. If not, then cut a piece of 3/4 inch plywood to fit the hole that you cut out. If you're putting linoleum of something soft down for the floor, then use wood putty to fill the gap between the old and the new sub-floor otherwise you'll be able to see where the gap is because the flooring will eventually sink into the gap. If you're doing tile, you shouldn't have to worry about it.
- Q:Compare sea-floor spreading with the formation of mid-ocean ridges?
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