March 2019

How the Earth was created? Why lightning strikes? What plants are poisonous? What causes earthquakes? Which animal is smartest? Or how the Galapagos Islands came to be? The How It Works Book of Incredible Earth provides answers to all these questions and more as it takes you on a thrilling journey through everything you need to know about the world we live in.

Covering the scientific explanations behind weather phenomena, plant life, extreme landscapes and volatile volcanoes, as well as the amazing creatures found throughout the animal kingdom, there is something for everyone to learn about and enjoy. Featuring:

The incredible story of Earth - Learn the fascinating history behind our amazing planet.
50 amazing facts about weather - We answer your burning questions about the incredible variety and awesome power of climatic phenomena.

Wonders of Yellowstone National Park - Wild beasts, 30-metre high geysers and a supervolcano that could destroy America.

The animal kingdom - Find out why our family tree is a lot stranger than you might first think.

How It Works: Book of Incredible Earth 9th Edition
English | 161 Pages | PDF | 32.3 MB

All About History World War II  is the stunningly realized new magazine from the makers of How It Works and All About Space. Featuring beautiful illustrations, photos and graphics depicting everything from ancient civilizations to the Cold War, All About History is accessible and entertaining to all and makes history fun for the whole family.

All About History - The Story of World War II, 4th edition
English | 161 Pages | PDF | 31.2 MB

Linux Format is your complete guide to the world of Linux. Whether you've just discovered Linux, or you're a full-time guru, Linux Format has everything you need to make the most of your OS. The editorial formula is a mix of features, reviews and practical tutorials that tackle topics as far ranging as installing software to socket programming and network management. Thought-provoking features and interviews also provide a focus on key technologies, trends and issues in the fast-paced world of Free and Open Source software.

Linux Format UK - April 2019
English | 100 pages | True PDF | 28.8 MB

Below are two standard scale tables for Engineering and Architectural drawings.

To obtain the scale factor of an Engineering drawing scale:

  1. Multiply the feet of the desired scale by 12.
  2. For example, 1″=50′ scale would be 50×12 = Scale Factor 600.

To obtain the scale factor of an Architectural drawing scale:

  1. Multiply the denominator of the desired scale by 12.
  2. for example, 1/4 scale would be 4×12 = Scale Factor 48.

The clipping boundaries of a raster image can be controlled in AutoCAD, whether you want to display or hide them in a drawing.

To show or hide Raster Image Boundaries on your drawing:

1. Go to the Modify menu, on the drop menu select Object > Image > Frame.
2. Enter ” 0″ to hide the image boundaries;  “1 “ to show and plot the image boundaries; ” 2″ to show image boundaries but not to plot them.

3. You can also just type “Frame” at the command line.

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