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How to Read a Digital Scale

A digital scales is a much more precise and uniform tool for measuring items than a manual scale. Digital scales also make measuring ingredients for recipes much easier and accurate, especially for those who are on diets and need to monitor their food intake. Digital scales come in numerous styles, however most have similar features […]



How to Read Codes in a PT Cruiser

You can save yourself time and money by reading your Chrysler PT Cruiser’s codes right from your home garage. The PT Cruiser comes with an On Board Diagnostics (OBD) computer that reads and stores the trouble codes sent to it from sensors positioned throughout the vehicle. These codes can be read right from the vehicle […]



Gay Bars in Reading, Pennsylvania

Reading, Pennsylvania, is a mid-size town about an hour’s drive from Philadelphia. Reading prides itself on its history, entertainment and culture, including a few gay bars and gay-friendly bars and restaurants. Furthermore, each year it hosts its own Pride Festival, in which many local organizations, bars, restaurants and hotels participate and celebrate the gay, lesbian, […]



How to Read Tatting Abbreviations

Here’s the key to reading the abbreviations used in a tatting pattern. Recognize the basics: r(s) = ring(s); ch(s) = chain(s); p(s) = picot(s). Picots can be: sm p = small picot; lg p = large picot; or designated by just a – (dash) = picot. Learn the verbs: j = join; cl = close; […]



How to Read an Imperial Micrometer

A micrometer is an elegant device for making very small measurements, accurate to within a thousandth of an inch. With a micrometer, you can take measurements in both the standard (metric) and imperial systems, though you have to know how to read the markings on the device. A measurement line, like that on a ruler, […]



How to Read Urine Reagent Strips

Medical workers use dry reagent strips, or “dipsticks,” to detect excretions in the urine that indicate disease. Different strips can test for different excretions–and therefore different diseases, from inadequate insulin to cancer. Test strips come in containers with color charts to which you would compare the test strip. They also come with color charts on […]



How to Read an R134A Air Conditioning Gauge

R-134a is the refrigerant used in the majority of cars manufactured after 1993. Over time the refrigerant, also known as freon, can become low. When the freon is low the air conditioning system will not cool as quickly or even at all. Testing the air conditioning system with a R-134a gauge will help you quickly […]



How to Troubleshoot an Acer Laptop Card Reader

Acer, the inexpensive, Windows-based computer company, produces a wide range of laptop systems. Many of these systems have a built-in card reader. Card readers detect and upload content saved on external memory cards, such as the popular SD card. However, if the Acer card reader is not properly reading the memory card, you must troubleshoot […]



How to Improve Public Speaking by Reading Out Loud

Public speaking can be daunting for many people, especially those who do not have to do it often or who are very shy. Reading aloud is an activity can help improve your public speaking skills and make you more comfortable speaking written words aloud. Whether you have a single speaking engagement or are a frequent […]



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 Read a Pareto Chart

The Pareto rule, often called the 80/20 rule, is a tool for diagnosing a business problem. The rule says that a problem has multiple causes, and that 20 percent of the causes account for 80 percent of the problem. Reading a Pareto chart identifies 20 percent of the causes so that you can correct them […]