Not properly calibrating the pH meter wo not affect the precision, but it will affect the accuracy. "Accuracy" is how close to the "right answer" you are. "Precision" deals with the reproducibility of the measurements and is related to the number of significant digits to which we make a measurement.
1. Whatever happened to the laser glucose meter or something like that?
So far, ALL of the non-invasive glucose monitor have proven to be less than accurate. There is no getting around it -- the mots accurate way to test blood sugar is to take a drop of blood! And frequency and accuracy of the blood sugar reading is critical to your continued good health. You need to know EXACTLY (at least, within about 10 points) of what your blood sugar is. The only way to do that is by taking a sample of blood.
2. what dpi i will use for 1 meter print?
You need to check with your printer for the recommended resolution and file format. Most likely they will want 300 DPI and .TIF format. But, they may prefer CMYK (if you are doing offset printing) or JPEG depending on their process
3. What's the best brand of glazed porcelain floor tiles that looks like natural stone?
wet underfloor heating is cheaper that those exspensive electric underfloor mats. 15mm plastic underfloor pipe cost around 1 per meter, the manafold can be made with plumbing fittings (no need to buy a exspensive ready made manofold), as long as you have pleanty of floor insulation and can lay the pipes into the floor screed, the cost of materials is small. electric underfloor tile heating systems, only take the chill from the tiles, they are normilly used with centrol heating radators for the realy cold weather. I would not recomend electric underfloor heating as the sole heating source unless your going to use plenty of floor insulation and have a draft free house
4. 1600 meter times for a freshman?
5:03 is a good freshman time. The sub 5 mile is just around the corner for you. My best when I was a freshman was 4:56. I was a 3200 runner as freshman. ran a 10:05 for that then. A guy that is a freshman on my track team now ran a 4:21 mile as a freshman which is about a 4:19 1600, but he is probably one of the most talented runners i have ever met.
5. How to install a new electric meter box?
If you are talking about the box that holds the meter you should call a pro because you are dealing with un fused electric that you can not shut off it WILL kill you!
6. iPod touch battery meter inaccurate?
Try letting it drain completely, then doing a full charge. That works for me
7. What is the meter in the top right of Dauntless for?
That's the Danger meter. It will slowly increase while fighting a behemoth and while downed, and can be decreased by making a behemoth flee the area or reviving downed allies. If the meter reaches 100% players can not be revived anymore, and the behemoth hits much harder
8. How long does a Glucose Meter last?
I've researched this for the same reasons your concerned about it and the best information I've discovered is that glucose meters tend to lose some of there efficiency or accuracy somewhere between one and two years. What I do is to use two different meters, one as a primary and one as a backup you wo not need the backup meter as long as your primary meter is giving results approx. where you think they should be, the results should be within 10-15% of each other. As to where to prick yourself you should be using different fingers on every test and use the sides of your fingers rather than the center where there may be more calloused.
9. How much Should a Diode Read on a Multi Meter?
With regard to readings obtained when testing diodes/rectifiers using the Diode Test Range of a multi-meter, it should be noted that semi-conductor devices are considered to be non-linear in terms of resistance. The same diode measured on different instruments is likely to give differing results since the reading will depend to some extent, on the level of test current output by the multi-meter. The reading obtained will be the forward voltage drop in mV and will vary by type of device and ambient temperature, as other contributors have indicated. In the vast majority of circuits, the difference in reading between a forward and reverse biased 'healthy' diode is generally so great as to enable GO/NOGO checks to be carried out with the device in-circuit, but unpowered of course!The base-emitter and base-collector junctions of bipolar transistors may be similarly GO/NOGO checked