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Your Questions About X1

July 12, 2012

Betty asks…

How much does the X1 bus cost from Norwich to Kings Lynn?

Need to get the bus from Norwich to Kings Lynn in a couple of days and it doesn’t say anywhere on firsts website how much it is. Anyone travel this route?

Administrator answers:

Give the Operations Manager, Sarah Longair, a call. Her phone number is 01292613508

Sharon asks…

Will the Sony Xperia X1 work on American wireless 3g network?

I’m planning on purchasing this phone later this month unlocked from a vendor a year prior to the official north american release. I know the phone itself will work with T-mobile or AT&T it’s a SIM phone. I’m just wondering if the wireless 3g internet will work in north america?

Administrator answers:

In US, T-Mobile uses 1700MHz and 2100MHz to implement HSPA 3G, and AT&T uses 850 and 1900MHz for their HSPA 3G network. To support 3G, the phone has to support both frequencies – so just having one is not enough.

If you look at the press release from Sony about the X1 here:

And scroll down to the bottom, it says it will support all of the above. So the answer is yes, it will work on either AT&T or T-Mobile’s US 3G network.

Michael asks…

What type and size headset does a haro nyquist backtrail x1 use?

I got the bike for free but the forks were off and the headset was missing. Also what all parts are needed.

Administrator answers:

Go down to your LBS and have them check it out.

Ruth asks…

How do you find a line that passes through 2 sets of points using the form y-y1=m(x-x1) when the slope is 0?

I have a math problem that has (6,2) and (4,2) I have to find the equation of the line that passes through both.

Though the change in y comes out to 0.

I have been through all my notes and everything and there is nothing about how to do this if the slope comes out to 0.

Using the y-y1=m(x-x1) form how do you solve this?

Administrator answers:

The y-coordinates are the same so that means that the line is parallel to the x-axis … That’s why the slope is zero

So the equation of the line is just y = 2

If you want to see how the equation you’re trying to use works for this then:

y – y1 = m(x – x1) where (x1, y1) is (6, 2) and m = 0

y – 2 = 0(x – 6)

y – 2 = 0 [Because zero times anything is zero]

y = 2

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