Please make sure that all garbage is removed from the ranges as the bears are looking for food. Do not place any food or beverage containers of any type in the garbage receptacles on the ranges. Please take them with you when you leave. Do not place any cardboard in the dumpster, leave all cardboard beside the garbage bin in small tin shed. No personal garbage allowed or your access and or membership will be revoked. Also break open all plastic bags that are put into the dumpster to prevent the bears from dragging them out of the bin.
The work can be undertaken either to your own, or our protocols. Our reports provide a clear pass/fail statement for each test and recommendations where appropriate. The reports contain details of the test procedures used, any deviations and copies of calibration certification.
Fault Finding All of our engineers are qualified to provide advice on steam system design and qualification, in addition to undertaking demonstrations of the use of the SQ1 Steam Quality Test Kit .
Fees Our fees are dependent on the number of tests and points of use. The rates will be based on a daywork rate for travelling time and work on site, plus travel and subsistence expenses at cost. Our experience in carrying out this type of work allows us to carry out a large number of tests in the minimum of time.
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Analysts have estimated the number of legal positions in Othello is at most 10 28 , and it has a game-tree complexity of approximately 10 58 .  Mathematically, Othello still remains unsolved . Experts have not absolutely resolved what the outcome of a game will be where both sides use perfect play . However, analysis of thousands of high quality games (most of them computer-generated) appears to lead to a reliable conclusion (pending actual proof if true) that, on the standard 8×8 board, perfect play on both sides results in a draw.  When generalizing the game to play on an n × n board, the problem of determining if the first player has a winning move in a given position is PSPACE-complete .  On 4×4 and 6×6 boards under perfect play, the second player wins.  The first of these proofs is relatively trivial , and the second dates to around 1990.