First, I would ask for more specifics as to what are the most important factors the organization is looking for, then I would search through the established SAP supplier database to find any matches. Matches would consist of Quality as number 1 then Reliability as number 2 and finally cost as number 3.
open the door and try to close the light switch by hand and see if it works?
My thinking is that it's a trick question and the answer is "why would you need to?" - If you aren't going to open the door to look for something in the refrigerator, then why do you care whether the light works or not?
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1. use a camera 2. cut the fridge open to see if the light goes off. 3.Open the fridge and press the switch to see if it works. 4.Touch the bulb when the fridge is opened to see if it's warm. Can't remember the 5th answer I gave them.... I was asked to give 5 ways of knowing if the switch work.
Measure and compare amperage with the light on and the light off?
put your thumb over the sensor. if the light goes off the switch works
It will reach the top on the 9th day, the question only asks about reaching the top and not remaining at a 10 foot level. The level will be 8 ft at the end of 8th day and then it will go up to 10ft the next day; day 9.
every day it rises 2 feet during the day and one feet at night it drops basically it rises only 1 foot each day and shall take 10 days to get to 10 feet.
You can answer this question a number of ways with trig. But the simplest way is to think about it. a Circle (clock) is 360 degrees. A clock as 60 mniutes on it. 360/60=6 degrees per minute If the clock reads 3:15, that means the hour hand is on the 3, and the minute hand is 1 minute past the 3. Therefore the answer is: 6 degrees
The minute hand is front of the hour hand.
The answer is simply, ZERO!
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If a clock reads 3:15, then the minute hand is on the "3" (at zero degrees given a standard unit circle configuration). The hour hand is a little ways past the 3, a quarter of the way to the 4. There are 360/12= 30 degrees in each hour section. Since the hour hand has advanced a quarter of the way through the 3-4 hour section, 30/4= 7.5 degrees. So the hour hand is at -7.5 degrees and the minute hand at 0 degrees. There is a 7.5 degree difference.