PC hardware--CPU & Motherboard & RAM/Adding mA

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I you say 20mA you would write it as .020 Amp.

Now if you want to Times .020 by 4 I get .080 if I do it by Hand.

But if I use a Calculator I get .08 why does it not show the last Zero?

What I meen is .020 times 4 = .080 and this is 80mA but when the Calculator says .08 this is not 80mA can you help?

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I'm sorry but mathematics is not my expertise. Just because I have built and repaired 100s of computers doesn't mean I know the "math" of what goes inside these components. In many years of experience I have never needed to know the "math". Not trying to sound short. Just sorry I can't help you.

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Keith

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Experienced in complete system builds where knowledge of kinds and types of motherboards, processors, and RAM have to be compatible. This includes intermediate knowledge of video card technologies and the troubleshooting and repair of problems associated with said hardware.

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11 years experience as a self-employed PC technician with 100% customer satisfaction.

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4 classes from a Networking degree. Mostly self-taught.

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