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How to Read a VIN Number on a Range Rover Sport

Like other vehicles, Range Rovers are distinguished by their Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), which is a 17-digit alphanumeric code as mandated by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Highway Safety Bureau. The VIN of a Range Rover is unique in that it contains coded information about the vehicle’s model, body type, engine and transmission. This makes […]



How to Read a QuickVue One Step HCG Combo Test

Most women want to know if they are pregnant as soon and as accurately as possible. For many, this means a visit to the doctor’s office. The QuickVue One-Step hCG Combo Test is a pregnancy test intended for professional use only. The test can be used with either urine or serum, meaning blood plasma, hence […]



How to Learn to Speak English at Home

To learn to speak English at home, the non-native speaker must do three things: listen to English, read English and speak English. This can be accomplished with tools available in your home. Books, television, radio and the Internet provide virtually endless opportunities to listen to, read and speak English. Immerse yourself in the language at […]



How to Read a Fetal Monitor Strip

Continuous Electronic Fetal Monitoring (EFM) is the standard of care in labor and delivery departments of most hospitals. Monitor printouts provide information for professional caregivers but they can also give labor support persons clues on how to help the laboring woman. Reading the Monitor Strip Find the Baseline Fetal Heart Rate in the top of […]



How to Read Grain Direction in Wood

Whenever you are cutting, sanding, painting or staining wood, knowing the direction in which the grain of the wood travels is vital to success. Performing any of these tasks against the grain of the wood will create an uneven, rough and unattractive finish that will mar the surface of whatever you intend to use the […]



How to Read Oil Pressure Gauges

The oil pressure gauge in your car’s dashboard tells you more than just the level of oil currently in your engine. It is also an indicator of the general health of your engine. Just like when a person’s blood pressure is too high or too low, your car’s engine can suffer significant damage if the […]



How to Read a Digital Compass

Digital compasses are handy electronic devices that use sensors to determine the magnetic field, then display those measurements numerically. Digital compasses can now be found on watches and other small, hand-held devices. Point the compass in one direction, holding it at waist level. You should also be careful not to tilt the device too much, […]



How to Read an M2 Card

An M2 card is a mobile memory card used for many electronic devices. They are usually placed into camcorders, digital cameras or cell phones to provide more space and they can hold anywhere from 1 to 16GB (gigabytes). Sandisk is one of the most popular makers of the micro cards, but several other companies also […]



What Is the Optimal Blood Pressure Reading?

High Blood Pressure–also known as hypertension–refers to increased pressure of the blood against the walls of the arteries. Blood pressure is created by the heart when it pumps blood through the arteries and circulatory system. It is also created by the force of the arteries as they resist the blood flow. The systolic, which is […]



How to Read an Oral Thermometer

Taking temperatures using an oral (mouth) thermometer is not difficult, especially if you using a digital thermometer. Make sure the tip of the thermometer is wiped clean with an alcohol wipe to sterilize it. Depending on what type of digital thermometer you use, there should be a little button on the top that you touch […]



How to Read a Torque Wrench

Reading a torque wrench is very simple, as it have numbers that go down around the handle, and they can read in pounds or in metric measurements. Learn about torque wrench settings with help from a general contractor in this free video on using shop tools.



How to Use a SIM Card Reader

You have a fingernail-sized SIM card in your cell phone with all of your contacts’ information stored on it. Don’t you think it’s time to back it up? A nifty device called a USB SIM card reader can help you avoid Murphy’s law of losing everything. If you want to make sure your contacts and […]



How to Speed-Read

Since so much of what we do involves reading, it’s natural to want to read as quickly and efficiently as possible. By practicing a few simple techniques, you can actually do a rather speedy job of learning to speed-read. Assess Your Current Reading Skills Choose two consecutive pages of material that is new but similar […]