Advantages: . Glass can be made into objects of different shapes or sizes. . Glass can be colourless or coloured. . Glass does not rust. . Glass does not let water to pas…s through. . Disadvantages: . Is is a very expensive material . It breaks easily. . It can melt under very high temperatures. .
The advantages of using a spreadsheet are; your date is organized and is setup in such away. That it is easy for any one to read and understand. Plus you can input the data in…to into any number of graphs and charts. which in my book looks more professional and my you look like you no what you are talking about. The disadvantages are; the information can unorganized, sloppy, confusing, and not very easy to read. this in all makes it hard to convey your underlined point. Answer If you are using it for money calculations or something like timesheets and put in a wrong formula (example - you are a new user) it can be a disaster. So, if you are fairly new to using spreadsheets, check and recheck your formulas when calculating anything to do with money or it can bite you bad. If you make an error in your formula, every single calculation done on that spreadsheet will be wrong. Some formulas in one of my spreadsheets kept disappearing and I hurriedly re-entered the formula and entered it wrong. Everything I did on that spreadsheet was wrong. If you do something wrong then you might have to do the spread sheet all over again. Answer The advantages of this is that spread sheets are basically giant powerfull calculators diadvantages are that if you do one formula wrong the whole spreadsheet will go wrong and you may have to start again one of my friends said: If you make an error in your formula, every single calculation done on that spreadsheet will be wrong. Some formulas in one of my spreadsheets kept disappearing and I hurriedly re-entered the formula and entered it wrong. Everything I did on that spreadsheet was wrong. If you do something wrong then you might have to do the spread sheet all over again. A spreadsheet is, in it's most basic form, a large calculator. It's purpose is to perform both simple & complex mathematical calculations. Spreadsheets are extremely powerful and are used for 'number crunching' - (calculations on lots of figures) and also allow mathematical formulae to be applied. A good example of spreadsheet use would be to calculate sales profits for the current year which need to be presented in a graph. The range of formulae that can be applied is vast and ranging from the most basic (adding two numbers together) to complex calculations such as applying 'what if' scenarios. The spreadsheet should not be confused with a database (although it has limited database functionality) and should not be used to store mailing lists or other data records - this is a common mistake (see above the reference to somebody using a spreadsheet to create a resume). The sheet itself is comprised of columns (vertical) and rows (horizontal) which are in turn, made up of cells. It can be used for keeping small business accounting records if the company does not generate enough revenue to warrant the cost of accounting software. In short: the main advantage of a spreadsheet is when complex mathematical calculations need to be carried out on large amounts of numerical data. It's a powerful, complex calculator.
The advantages to using the telephone is that you can hear the callers voice, and often get a faster response. A disadvantage is that there is often no record of the call or w…hat is said, so it is your word versus the callers word in a dispute over the content of the discussion.
The answer to this question is opinion based. The main advantage to using HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) is that it's user friendly and very productive for formatting diffe…rent fonts in the same document. The disadvantage is that it is a basic code and cannot execute detail. You would have to use CSS to really incorporate detail and make your webpage vibrant. Another disadvantage is that it's not a 'execution script' and cannot run commands like PHP can. You would have to incorporate JS or PHP to show time, etc. However, it can be good if you want a simple marquee and a few images.
* Dams are extremely expensive to build and must be built to a very high standard. * The high cost of dam construction means that they must operate for many decades to… become profitable. * The flooding of large areas of land means that the natural environment is destroyed. * People living in villages and towns that are in the valley to be flooded, must move out. This means that they lose their farms and businesses. In some countries, people are forcibly removed so that hydro-power schemes can go ahead. * The building of large dams can cause serious geological damage. For example, the building of the Hoover Dam in the USA triggered a number of earth quakes and has depressed the earth's surface at its location. * Although modern planning and design of dams is good, in the past old dams have been known to be breached (the dam gives under the weight of water in the lake). This has led to deaths and flooding. * Dams built blocking the progress of a river in one country usually means that the water supply from the same river in the following country is out of their control. This can lead to serious problems between neighboring countries. * Building a large dam alters the natural water table level. For example, the building of the Aswan Dam in Egypt has altered the level of the water table. This is slowly leading to damage of many of its ancient monuments as salts and destructive minerals are deposited in the stone work from 'rising damp' caused by the changing water table level * Hydro powerdams can damage the surrounding environment and alter the quality of the water by creating low dissolved oxygen levels, which impacts fish and the surrounding ecosystems. They also take up a great deal of space and can impose on animal, plant, and even human environments. * Fish populations can be impacted if fish cannot migrate upstream past impoundments dams to spawning grounds or if they cannot migrate downstream to the ocean. Upstream fish passage can be aided using fish ladders or elevators, or by trapping and hauling the fish upstream by truck. Downstream fish passage is aided by diverting fish from turbine intakes using screens or racks or even underwater lights and sounds, and by maintaining a minimum spill flow past the turbine. * Hydro powercan impact water quality and flow. Hydro power plants can cause low dissolved oxygen levels in the water, a problem that is harmful to riparian (riverbank) habitats and is addressed using various aeration techniques, which oxygenate the water. Maintaining minimum flows of water downstream of a hydro power installation is also critical for the survival of riparian habitats. * Hydro power plants can be impacted by drought. When water is not available, the hydro power plants can't produce electricity. * New hydro power facilities impact the local environment and may compete with other uses for the land. Those alternative uses may be more highly valued than electricity generation. Humans, flora, and fauna may lose their natural habitat. Local cultures and historical sites may be flooded. Some older hydro power facilities may have historic value, so renovations of these facilities must also be sensitive to such preservation concerns and to impacts on plant and animal life. * By 2020, it is projected that the percentage of power obtained from hydro power dams will decrease to around four percent because no new plants are in the works, and because more money is being invested in other alternative energy sources such as solar power and wind power. dams detract from natural settings, ruin nature's work dams have inundated the spawning grounds of fish dams have inhibited the seasonal migration of fish dams have endangered some species of fish dams may have inundated the potential for archaeological findings reservoirs can foster diseases if not properly maintained reservoir water can evaporate significantly some researchers believe that reservoirs can cause earthquakes the reservoir created by the dam may inundate land, crops, cities and villages people may be displaced by the reservoir and have to find new homes the reservoir may cause instability of the hillsides 1) Expensive to build and maintain - most dams can be very expensive to build, and even more expensive to maintain. Every dam has a design life. What happens when the design life of the dam expires? Nobody wants to pay to retrofit the dam, but they just want it to keep working forever. 2) Endagering to many wildlife species - while some species of wildlife thrive in a reservoir environment, most are affected in a negative way. Creative (...and expensive) solutions usually need to be engineered to minimize the effect on the wildlife. Effect on water resources as precipitation and evaporation may change
The advantages of coding in assembly is far less today than before. High level programming languages are constantly being improved and given features that make assembler less …relevant. Assembler is used primarily in three circumstances. 1) to perform low level operations which can not be done in a high level language. This for example includes the code responsible for the first few instructions needed to start a computer up and load code written in a high level language. In addition, it might be used for making calls between operating modes of the computer's processor where strict adherence to a structure is required. 2) it may be used in areas where there is extreme hardware constraints. For example, a PIC microcontroller might only have a few kilobytes (or even less) of memory to store a program. Therefore, manually choosing each specific processor operation can make the difference between whether code will fit in the CPU or not. 3) finally, and less relevant than ever. Hand coding assembler may in some cases allow faster code to be written than if it were coded in a high level language. In modern times, it is used most heavily to implement "instruction level parallelism" such as making use of SSE, AVX, ARM NEON, etc... instructions. But with the advent of languages like OpenCL which included special types for this specific task, it will become less relevant over time. Popular projects such as the x264 video encoder make heavy use of assembler to squeeze every little extra bit of performance out of the CPU that it can. In many cases, x264s bottleneck now lays in the speed which the CPU can access memory than in the CPU's ability to perform calculations. On the final point, it's also worth mentioning that with "out of order" execution, the instructions fed to the processor becomes less important since it is not always possible to predict how the code itself will be executed as it once was. This is because different processor cores will perform a step similar to recompiling code differently than each other before executing it. Therefore, in most cases, only the first two reasons make sense in a modern context. Some might say that any new projects coded with assembler for the sake of performance would likely take longer to write than to wait for a more optimal implementation of a compiler which provides instruction level parallelization to arrive.
Well, obviously one great disadvantage is that someone just might not know what they're talking about and answer a question incorrectly. Another disadvantage (Which in most ca…ses) is that people who are getting these answers need to learn it themselves through studying and schoolwork instead of someone just handing it to them. I'm sure you can see the advantages: Fast response time, correct answers and a helpful community. Those things put together ensure a great learning environment and one of the most helpful websites on the internet.
You will get a quick and accurate answer. You may not understand how it was calculated.
CSS separates the content that is in the HTML from the presentation aspects of the page(s) that is in the CSS. Advantages are that it is possible to reformat multiple pages by… changing one external stylesheeet. I often use three, one basic one that contains rudimentary formats for elements, a specialized one (when needed) that may be specific to only that page or a few pages (both with media="screen" defined in the link) and a print stylesheet (media="print") in the link. The print version removes the unneeded graphical elements. Disadvantages are the ability to overdo the CSS. Very large ones or multiples can cause slow rendering as the browser must parse all the information. Badly built ones can cuases problems with the browser as it tries to figure out what is meant. As a rule I will not use the @import value or the universal selector (*) at any time. These seem to cause problems in lots of cases. Since rules of specificity call for the last stylesheet to have precedence, repetious use of ID's and Classes's can slow things down. That is bloat.
ADVANTAGES Following are the advantages of Bourdon tubes : i) low cost ii) simple construction iii) time tested in applications iv) availability in a wide variety of ran…ges , including very high ranges v) adaptability to transducer designs for electronic instruments vi) high accuracy, especially in relation to cost Disadvantages of Manometers i) large and bulky ii) need for leveling iii) lack of portability iv) measured fluid must be compatible with manometer fluid v) no over-range protection vi) condensation may present problems
Advantages: -lower fuel costs than a passenger vehicle -may not require emissions tests -most riders consider the actual riding to be fun and exciting -where legal, mo…torcycles can "split lanes" and avoid traffic -you may participate in rider clubs and events -some motorcycles can greatly outperform even high performance cars in regards to acceleration and top speed -parking is generally easier, especially in impacted urban environments Disadvantages: -far less safe than a passenger vehicle -limited or no protection in adverse weather conditions -depending on type, poor weather performance may be limited -limited or no cargo space -limited passenger capacity
the metric system is divisable by units OS ten which makes it simple to convert measurements in meters into other metric units
It's waste of money sometimes.the noise sometime irritates.
One advantage is that you don't have to go inside a bank. And one disadvantage of using the ATM is that you can not talk to the person, if the machine messes up. Using ATM mac…hines has more advantages than disadvantages. ATM machines are like a daily staple which is used every day to make withdrawals and deposits without visiting the bank itself and standing in long queues. One of the diasdavantages is that ATM machines are becoming insecured and more prone to thefts and burglary.
Pros: More space, folders, tv compatability (if music). Cons: Will not play on CD ROM drives (cd players, old computers).
Disadvantages: lead is very toxic, it's uses can result in pollution of the ground and more drastically, water supplies. This leads to contamination of drinking water and… can cause hazards to human health as well as effecting the ecosystems.Advantages: Because of it's high levels of toxicity, lead is being bought less and less around the world, which means, naturally, the cost of lead is lowering. Also lead melts at a relatively slow temperature, making it a great solder. However China has recently been looking into buy a massive amount of lead for batteries, this would result in a big increase of the price of lead.
an electromagnet requires electricity and you will have to pay for it. permanent magnets are always on and you can change the strength of it.