## What is the arithmetic mean of the first million odd numbers?

Its a million +999999+999998+999997…. All the way to 1… Just plug it into you’re calculator

## why is yahoo doing some updates WHILE people are using it?

you should just close it off for half a minute and throw all the updates in at once… and what’s up with the „We are working on some updates — you may experience some odd behavior in the process.“ wtf? can’t you just experiment on a copy of answers or something? why must you interrupt my yahoo experience.

Hang about a bit, this is an International website not a pocket calculator. It’s been two days and counting but that is not unusual. It takes a lot of work keeping a site like this going, especially when the lead programmer is a hamster.

## what would wearing a bra thats too big for u do exactly?

bra size calculators say i am 36 b but i find it uncomfortable and fing 34dd more comfortable
what affect would this have to the public would it be notible i am wearing the wrong size?

To find your bra size, you take your underbust measurement as your band size if it’s an even number, if it’s odd you add 1 inch. DO NOT add 4/5 inches to it otherwise you’ll get a band size that is too big. Your cup size is the difference between your bust and underbust measurements.

A=1 inch, B=2 inches, C=3 inches, D=4 inches, DD=5 inches, etc.

For example, if your underbust was 28 and your bust was 33 inches, you’d be a 28DD.

If you’re wearing a bra that is too big in the band, it will feel loose and will ride up your back. It can also cause gaps in the cups because it’s not secure against your body and it’s moving about. If the cups are too big, they will gape.

## What should I be expecting from her at 7 weeks?

The lower your income the better so go to college and only work part-time. Then they will set a child support about based on that and you pay it. From there you can take on a second job somewhere else or better yet under the table so that you have money to live on too. If you can get visitation time that will help since the more time you have the kid the less you pay. Check out your states child support calculator with your own info to get an idea of what you are looking at. If you want to you can sign over full custody and never see her or the kid again but you will always have child support after you. Its best to pay on time to avoid the extra late fees they tack on and find ways around it when you can, like if you quit your job they will still expect you to pay but if you get fired you can modify the order (sometimes down to zero) just stay on top of it, whenever your income goes down motion to modify but if it goes up keep your mouth shut and hope she doesn’t find out. The only way you can totally get out of this is once the baby is born petition the court for a paternity case and ask for a DNA test (or wait for child support to serve you and respond asking for one) and hope the test says you are not the father.

## How to find the square root of number without using calculator?

and further tell me how to solve numbers which are less than 10 .

The „guess and check“ method is probably the least confusing. You start with two whole numbers whose squares are on either side of your number, then zoom in with greater precision until you get a reasonably precise value (and of course, your definition of „reasonable“ depends on your needs). Josh K has given a good account of how to do that.

There IS an algorithm for calculating a square root. There’d have to be, or otherwise a calculator couldn’t do it. The problem is that it’s long and confusing, and it’s easy to make a mistake. Still, you asked, so…

Say you want to evaluate √613 to three decimal places.

Group the numbers into pairs, starting from the right side. If the number has an odd number of digits, leave one number ungrouped on the left side.

√6 13

For each group of numbers you’ll get one digit in the square root, so we can currently evaluate this to two digits (although we can add 0’s as we see fit to continue our evaluation, if necessary).

Starting on the left, choose a number whose square is less than or equal to the first group. 2² = 4 and 3² = 9, so we’ll start with 2.

..2
√6 13

Square the digit you just wrote and place it beneath the first group. Then subtract.

..2
√6 13
..4
___
..2

Bring down the next group of numbers.

..2
√6 13
..4
___
..2 13

Here’s where it gets tricky. DOUBLE the number above the square root sign and write it beside the number you just created (213), but leave a blank immediately to its right.

..2
√6 13
..4
___
..2 13 (4_)

Now you have to think of a number to go in the blank so that forty-something times something is less than or equal to 213. For example, 44 x 4 = 176, but 45 x 5 = 225. We’ll go with 4.

..2
√6 13
..4
___
..2 13 (44)

Write 4 as your next digit, the multiply 44 by 4 and write the result below 213 and subtract.

..2 4
√6 13
..4
___
..2 13 (44)
..176
____
…37

We’re out of digits, so if we wish to keep evaluating, we’ll have to add some decimal zeroes. Add two zeroes then bring them down (just the zeroes, not the decimal).

..2 4
√6 13. 00
..4
___
..2 13 (44)
..176
____
…37 00

Now double the number above the square root sign and write it beside 3700 with a blank in the ones place.

..2 4
√6 13* 00
..4
___
..2 13 (44)
..176
____
…37 00 (48_)

Same as before…find a number from 0 – 9 such that four hundred eighty-something times something gives a product less than or equal to 3700. 487 x 7 = 3409 and 488 x 8 = 3904, so 7 is the best choice. That’s your next digit. (I’ll use the asterisk as a decimal to distinguish it from my „spacer“ decimals.)

..2..4.*.7
√6 13* 00
..4
___
..2 13 (44)
..176
____
…37 00 (487)

Lather, rinse, repeat until you’re sick of it or until you’ve got enough digits to satisfy you.

..2..4.*.7
√6 13* 00
..4
___
..2 13 (44)
..176
____
…37 00 (487)
…34 09
_______
….2 91

Bring down more zeroes, always in pairs.

..2..4.*.7
√6 13* 00 00
..4
___
..2 13 (44)
..176
____
…37 00 (487)
…34 09
_______
….2 91 00

Ignore the decimal for now. Double 247 and write (494_) beside 29100

..2..4.*.7
√6 13* 00 00
..4
___
..2 13 (44)
..176
____
…37 00 (487)
…34 09
_______
….2 91 00 (494_)

What number can go in the blank so that 494_ x _ is less than or equal to 29100?

4945 x 5 = 24725 while 4946 x 6 = 29676, so 5 is our next digit…

..2..4.*.7…5
√6 13* 00 00
..4
___
..2 13 (44)
..176
____
…37 00 (487)
…34 09
_______
….2 91 00 (4945)

Now multiply 4945 by 5 and place the result below 29100, then subtract.

..2..4.*.7…5
√6 13* 00 00
..4
___
..2 13 (44)
..176
____
…37 00 (487)
…34 09
_______
….2 91 00 (4945)
….2 47 25
_________
……43 75

Here comes the last digit we want to know! Bring down two more zeroes!

..2..4.*.7…5
√6 13* 00 00 00
..4
___
..2 13 (44)
..176
____
…37 00 (487)
…34 09
_______
….2 91 00 (4945)
….2 47 25
_________
……43 75 00

Now double the number above the square root sign and put a blank after it!

..2..4.*.7…5
√6 13* 00 00 00
..4
___
..2 13 (44)
..176
____
…37 00 (487)
…34 09
_______
….2 91 00 (4945)
….2 47 25
_________
……43 75 00 (4950_)

Now find the magic number. Estimate to guide your thinking…4950_ is about 50,000, which will go into 437,500 about 8 times.

49,508 x 8 = 396,064 and 49,509 x 9 = 445,581, so 8 it is!

..2..4.*.7…5…8
√6 13* 00 00 00
..4
___
..2 13 (44)
..176
____
…37 00 (487)
…34 09
_______
….2 91 00 (4945)
….2 47 25
_________
……43 75 00 (4950_)

So the square root of 613, to three decimal places, is 24.758. If you want to work out the next digit to see if that 8 should be rounded up or down, I’ll leave that to you! Hey, I said you COULD do it without a calculator. I never said you’d WANT to!

I hope that helps. Good luck!