Meteorite End Cut

The Invicta watch is an affordable range of luxurious watches. This make of Swiss watches is known for creating fine timepieces which are economically priced. It is one of the fastest growing watch companies of the world.

The word Invicta is Latin for invincible and the company was founded by Raphael Picard in Switzerland in 1837. They have been around for more than a century. Both manual and automatic watches were created by Invicta in exceptional designs and great elegance but offered for sale at very affordable prices.

In the early 70Â’s when the quartz revolution hit the watch market, the invicta suffered like all the other Swiss watches did. But the company did not die and reorganized itself in 1991 with the sole purpose of creating designer watches and making them available to the public at low rates.

The Invicta watches have high standards just like their expensive Swiss brothers, but are available at prices which are within a common manÂ’s reach.

Some of the famous watches are Angel, Pro Diver and Elite. These lines have watches that share platforms with many big Swiss companies.

The Pro Diver is undoubtedly one of the more valued Invicta watches and finds itÂ’s place in most watch collections. Even today the pro diver has maximum sales amongst the entire Invicta collection.

The Skeletonised movement watch which shows the entire skeleton of the watch has been most intriguing. Like their expensive counterparts these watches are made of high quality materials like anti reflective sapphire crystals and Swiss produced automatic as well as manual movements.

The Lupah Swiss Chronograph is one of the newer models. These watches have a very diverse collection but one thing is common to all its watches, they make a common man feel like royalty.

The invicta watches have a higher end too. They have created the 18 k gold dragon Lupah Automatic and also the 37-carat Pave which has 4,600 uncut diamonds. The subaqua NOMA which has a meteorite dial as well as the limited edition Ocean Ghost speak of their great watch making skills.

Invicta watches are made available not only for men and women but also in a range called baby Lupah. These watches have colorful straps and one can buy one watch and a variety of straps to go with it. Such economical yet fashionable ideas are the Invicta Forte.

Though the Invicta watches are low cost they do require some basic maintenances. There are certain guidelines to increase the life of your collection.

One must always show the watch to a licensed dealer if the watch needs fixing. The watch should be kept in a watch box that has cushions to prevent it from getting scratched. But most importantly one should consider investing in a watch winder so as to cut down on the crown wear and tear thus adding years to the watches life.

I believe it would be correct to say that a smart buyer who wants value for his money will definitely have in his collection an Invicta watch

For more information on watches try visiting http://www.Watches4All.com, a website that specializes in providing watch related tips, advice and resources to include information on the best Invicta Watches.

MATH HELP..please : (?

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As an astronomer, you wish to find the ( f ) force of a moving meteorite by using the formula F = ma. You know the (m) mass of this meteorite is 12 tons and that it is ( a ) accelerating at a speed of 105 miles/hour. What is the force of this meteorite??

As a customer, you are hired to construct renaissance costumes for a college play. You wish to build a type of cone hat for the noblewomen. You want to know how much material you will need for each hat. You are going to start with large circles anc cut a 12'' radius, which will determine the hat's height. Then you will overlap the cut ends to make a cone. The area of a circle is determined by the formula A = Pie r to the second power. How much material will you need to build one hat??

Newtons first law states that an object in motion will stay in motion unless acted on by a force. If you are trying to compute the forces acting on the meteorite (the F in F=ma is net external forces), I'm not sure your question is stated correctly. 105 miles/hour is an expression of speed, not acceleration. If the speed is a constant 105 miles/hour, then acceleration is 0, and F = ma = 0 (in other words, there are no external forces acting on the meterite - keeping in mind that a force acting on the metorite would act to speed it up or slow it down). If 105 is an acceleration it should be written in the form 105 miles/hour^2. In which case the answer would be (1260 tons miles/hour^2). Units are very important in this answer.




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