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A's With Hats

Can someone please tell me why those A things are in the equations? They're really starting to bug me and I've tried many things to get them away. Here's what I'm talking about: [math]/[/math] User:Eaststroudsburg13 16:09, 15 February 2010 (CET)

it seems to be the way that they are put in :<math>^\circ C=\frac {5}{9} \left ( ^\circ F-32 \right )</math> :<math>^\circ F=\frac {9}{5} ^\circ C +32</math>

that gives you this

[math]^\circ C=\frac {5}{9} \left ( ^\circ F-32 \right )[/math]
[math]^\circ F=\frac {9}{5} ^\circ C +32[/math]

but if you change the ^ to an A you get

[math]A\circ C=\frac {5}{9} \left ( ^\circ F-32 \right )[/math]
[math]A\circ F=\frac {9}{5} ^\circ C +32[/math]

--Robotman09 18:13, 15 February 2010 (CET)

So in other words, we just have to deal with it? Or is there some way to bypass them? Eaststroudsburg13 19:34, 15 February 2010 (CET)

Never mind, I figured it out. You just have to delete the / from directly in front of the math command and you're good. But it doesn't happen on Wikipedia... Eaststroudsburg13 19:37, 15 February 2010 (CET)

Awesome all i did was change "<math>^\circ C=\frac" to "<math>A\circ C=\frac"

shrug: Robotman09 23:54, 15 February 2010 (CET)

Written Section

Based on what the rules say, I got the impression that this section should have more on the process of energy generation and transmission in addition to the new storage section. Does that actually reflect what was tested, or did tests usually not get into that sort of thing? If they didn't, I can just remove the Outdated tag. EastStroudsburg13 (talk) 04:42, 20 August 2017 (UTC)