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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 an Rpm Gauge

The rpm (revolutions per minute) gauge is an integral part of most vehicles. Whether you are operating your vehicle in a standard fashion or you are attempting to troubleshoot a problem, the rpm gauge can come in handy. Revolutions per minute refers to how many full revolutions something has made, such as an engine in […]



How to Read From an Input Stream in Java

The Java language provides a range of standard functions for input and output. You can easily make use of these functions within your programs, allowing you to process input from external resources, such as files. Using the Input Stream classes in Java, your programs can read data from a specified location. The InputStream class itself […]



How to Convert Bifocals to Single Vision

Around the age of 40, most people begin to notice fine print is more difficult to read, according to the University of Michigan’s Kellogg Eye Center. Bifocals are lenses that have two types of vision correction, also called power: one for distance and another for helping to see better up close. A bifocal prescription is […]



How to Read a Bad PDF File

Portable Document Format (PDF) is very useful for transferring frozen images and text in a specific format, organization and look from one computer to another or from one operating system to another; however, completing that process incorrectly (e.g. if the “print to PDF” function from Microsoft Word is used wrongly) will result in a bad […]



How to Read a Lowrance Fishfinder

Lowrance fishfinders provide fishermen, pleasure boaters and anyone else with an interest in learning more about what is beneath their boat the ability to do so. In some cases, having a fishfinder is a necessity, since they can help boaters avoid stumps, rocks and other objects that could damage their boats. But many people use […]



How to Read Toyota VIN Numbers

Every car that is manufactured has a vehicle identification number (VIN). The VIN is a group of numbers and letters that gives information about the car, from make and model to where and by whom it was manufactured. Every part of the number is essential to identifying a car. Find the VIN where the right […]



How to Read an IMG File

A disk image file on Apple computers have either an IMG or DMG file extension and hold the necessary items for installing applications on your hard drive. When opened, the IMG file displays the application’s name with a volume icon on your desktop, which can then be used to install the application and its necessary […]



The Best Study Lamps

Finding the best lighting for study is important for everyone, young and old and in between. For the sake of maximizing the use of time and energy, and for the very important goal of preserving eyesight, anyone reading for understanding and retention needs not only adequate light, but light that ensures reading with ease. Only […]



How to Make a Reading Light for Kindle

The Kindle, a wonderful electronic reader, is only missing one feature–a light. It can be read easily in any kind of light, but there are times when you need to have a portable light to use. Imagine that you are reading a great book on your Kindle and your bed partner is ready for sleep […]



How to Read a Thermocouple With a Voltmeter

A thermocouple is a small electrical device that is basically the junction of two wires that are composed of different metals. Because different metals react differently to temperature, an electric potential develops at the juncture. This electrical potential varies with temperature, and therefore the temperature can be calculated when the voltage is known. A voltmeter […]



How to Use Reading Aloud to Learn a Foreign Language

As a language teacher, I believe reading aloud should be used more in foreign language learning. Whether you are learning English as a second language or another language, reading aloud is a simple way to learn faster and better. And it is easy to do by yourself, in your own home! Reading aloud can help […]



How to Take an Infant’s Blood Pressure Reading

If your child was born premature, had a stay in the Newborn Intensive Care Unit or has had RSV or any other illness that can affect his blood pressure level, you may be asked to measure your baby’s blood pressure. Taking a baby’s blood pressure can be hard because babies squirm and the process is […]



Learn to Read Blueprints

Blueprints are easy to grasp once you’ve reviewed them. Once you have the basic experience needed to read blueprints, it’s fun to follow the schematics. Many people try to hit the books, read a website, or take a class to understand a blueprint, but you’ll get more out of these other materials if you first […]



How to Read Your Form 1099-DIV

How to Read Your Form 1099-DIV. Many investors who receive dividend income are confused by the way this income is broken down on the 1099-DIV form. This article explains how to interpret the numbers in each of the commonly used boxes on this form. Look at box 1a of your 1099-DIV. This box is labeled […]



How to Improve Your Reading Speed

Whether you want to read faster for school or for work, there are simple and effective reading strategies that can help you read more quickly and improve your comprehension of the material. An average reading speed is about 250 to 350 words per minute. By applying speed reading strategies, you can increase this rate to […]