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How to Read an Indicator Color Chart

Indicator color charts come in different varieties and are used to show the pH of a substance. Chemical compounds that change color in response to acid or base materials are usually embedded in a piece of paper or other substrate. The substance being tested is then applied, turning the compound a new color. The simplest […]



How Do I Enable the Fingerprint Reader on My HP Pavilion?

Fingerprint readers, security devices used to keep unauthorized people from logging on to your computer, are available on a variety of computer systems including the Hewlett-Packard (HP) Pavilion. The reader works by placing one of your fingers onto the reader’s scanning device. The fingerprint reader then scans your finger and lets you access your computer. […]



How to Change a Flat Tire

Replacing a flat tire requires only a few essentials. Know this easy (and all too common) automotive task, and you’ll be rolling again in no time. After reading this eHow you’ll be able to save yourself the hassle of waiting for AAA to come bail you out, you can just change the tire yourself.



How to Read Bus Time Schedules

Getting around a strange city without a car can be a simple task when you’re equipped with a map of the area’s bus routes. A glance at a bus timetable can leave uninitiated riders scratching their heads trying to decipher a checkerboard of times and places. Finding your destination on the chart along with the […]



How to Read Road Map Directional Signs

At first glance, a road map looks a mass of arrows, letters, numbers, symbols and lines and it is to understand that many people find them daunting. Nonetheless, they are actually quite easy to learn. We just need to know how to read these indicators and what they mean. Locate the large arrow at the […]



How to Read Body Language

Learn all about body language signals for lying, confidence, flirting, and insecurity and how to read other body language in this free video series on body language communication skills. Series Summary Body language is a curious thing. We humans move our bodies and send and receive signals we are often unaware of. This language of […]



How to Read an Old Mac Floppy in a PC

Floppy disks are long-forgotten relics of an earlier computing age, but many Mac users who have moved on to PCs still have data stored on them they’d like to recover. You need more than just a floppy disk drive to read a Mac floppy disk–a special Mac-to-PC program must be installed on the Windows computer […]



How to Read a Radon Detector

Radon is an odorless, tasteless and invisible gas typically found in basements or areas of a home that are beneath the ground. Radon is also the No. 1 cause of lung cancer in nonsmokers in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Meters typically range in cost from $20 to […]



How to Read IR Spectrums

An infrared (IR) spectrum shows what functional groups are present in an organic molecule. In IR spectroscopy, a molecule is irradiated with electromagnetic radiation. The molecule absorbs energy if the frequency of the radiation matches the frequency of the vibrations of bonds within the molecule. Each bond type absorbs energy of a specific frequency. Therefore, […]



How to Read Laboratory Blood Results

CBC. BMP. These are names of common blood tests your doctor may order. In fact, two of the most common blood tests are a Complete Blood Count (CBC) and Basic Metabolic Panel (BMP) according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Tests like these reflect your general health and give doctors a place […]



Jobs That Require a Lot of Reading

Individuals can choose jobs which require a great deal of reading. Some individuals seek reading jobs because they want to work alone. Other individuals enjoy working with words, but enjoy spending time with other people, such as a book editor who works with book designers, printers and clients. Some of these reading-related career opportunities are […]



How to Read a Wattmeter

A wattmeter measures the electrical usage rate in watts, and describes the amount of power used over a given period of time. Your electrical meter is one familiar wattmeter. Another common wattmeter plugs in between your wall-socket and a household device, such as a toaster or television set. Recently available larger devices effectively duplicate your […]



Elementary School Activities for Family Reading Night

Families that read together learn together. And what’s more, an elementary school Family Reading Night can be great fun. Education World says “reading nights not only motivate children to read more at home, but they also can encourage parents to get more involved in their children’s education.” Space and time devoted to families reading together […]



How to Make a Web Page Flip Like Reading a Book

To make a page or post on your website display a book image with pages that flip, install WordPress. After installing WordPress, add a free plug-in that allows the selected areas of your website to appear as a virtual book. Several such plug-ins are available that will add this feature to your site. This process […]



How to Read & Sing Shape Note Music

Reading shape notes is a simplified way for a singer to read music. Used in the early part of American history when many singers were musically untrained, simplified notation was a way for people to sing printed music in church choirs. Since shape notes only influence the way music is printed, the way the music […]



How to Read T-Scores

A T-score measures deviations from normal. When used to check for osteoporosis, your T-score compares your bone density to that of other adults. Your T-score determines your degree of bone loss and helps you predict your risk for bone fracture. Knowing your risk allows you to weigh different options for increasing bone density, such as […]



How to Learn to Read Minds

Mind reading is a useful skill in uncovering the intentions and motivations of people. It begins at birth–newborns are more interested in human faces than any other visual, and they are instinctively able to recognize when a parent is happy or sad. Whether it’s a mother attempting to understand why her baby is crying or […]