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1. Mathematics
1. Mathematics
2. Physics
2. Physics
3. Electrical fundamentals
3. Electrical fundamentals
4. Electronic fundamentals
4. Electronic fundamentals
5. Digital techniques / Electronic instrument systems
5. Digital techniques / Electronic instrument systems
6. Materials & hardware
6. Materials & hardware
7. Maintenance practices
7. Maintenance practices
8. Basic aerodynamics
8. Basic aerodynamics
9. Human factors
9. Human factors
10. Aviation legislation
10. Aviation legislation
11.  Aeroplane aerodynamics, structures and systems
11. Aeroplane aerodynamics, structures and systems
12. Helicopter aerodynamics, structures and systems
12. Helicopter aerodynamics, structures and systems
13. Aircraft aerodynamics, structures and systems
13. Aircraft aerodynamics, structures and systems
14. Propulsion
14. Propulsion
15. Gas turbine engine
15. Gas turbine engine
17. Propeller
17. Propeller

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denzil.andrea@googlemail.com has left comment on manin's question:
The question is correct -15 passing through 0 to +25 is 40 so assuming the shaft has been turned one full revolution in the same direction then the result is 40 of total movement. This is then divided by two which gives a run-out figure of 20. Read comment

Agnes has left comment on subufer's question:
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Some women experience simply discomfort when they put a product on their skin. It does not burn, it does not sting, it just doesn’t feel right. Maybe it doesn’t absorb the way it’s supposed to, or maybe it causes flakiness. These are also symptoms of sensitive skin that are not as well-known as their more aggressive counterparts.

Though a dermatologist is the only one who care truly tell you if you have sensitive skin, you make be able to identify it for yourself by the bumps, thinness, and erosion. If you get flushed easily, this might be another sign that your skin is sensitive, not just temporarily irritated.

The ultimate cause of sensitivity in skin is unprotected nerve endings, which are then irritated by washing, touching, makeup, and lotions. As a result, the skin may develop rosacea, eczema, and chronic dryness. A dermatologist can tell you if you have specific allergies, by performing a patch test, which can help you know what to look for and stay away from when it comes to purchasing makeup. They can also recommend what kind of cleaners and lotions are best for sensitive skin. Read comment

Duse has left comment on Sangareddy Patil's question:
If an individual is isolated from these Zeitgebers, without clocks, set meal times, or any way of detecting light
changes, the circadian rhythms will “free run” to a periodicity of about 25 hours Read comment

ANDYSQUIZ has left comment on sasna's question:
and mine! Read comment

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