IPA: ˈɛmtˈu

Root Word: M2


  • (US) (money supply) the amount of cash in circulation plus bank accounts, savings accounts and small deposits
  • (music) major second
  • (mathematics) The number three as the second Mersenne prime.
  • (computing) A system on a chip designed by Apple which was introduced in 2022.

Examples of "m2" in Sentences

  • M1 and M2 are slightly different.
  • The station services the M2 line.
  • PAR can also be expressed in /m2.
  • The minor second is abbreviated m2.
  • T2 will be a 71,000 m2 building with.
  • It ends as the continuation of the M2.
  • Costs are expected to reduce to $75/m2.
  • And then m1 and m2 fly to the middle of the screen.
  • The station will have an area of 10,000 m2 indoors and 50,000 m2 in total.
  • It has a land area of 4,000 m2 and is in the centre of a 12,800 m2 compound.
  • For example, this is the justification for using the “0.85 W/m2 ±0.15W/m2″ as his result in the “smoking gun” paper.
  • · The structure should be capable of supporting up to 40 kg/m2, which is the weight of the heaviest material - reed.
  • Variety m1 is supposed to have produced two varieties, namely m2 and s2, differing from each other, and more considerably from their common parent (A).
  • But in their results, the change in sensible + latent heat losses is said to be -2.2 W/m2, which is more than the change in total downwelling radiation.
  • Changes in solar irradiance since 1750 are estimated to cause a radiative forcing of +0.12 W/m2, which is less than half the estimate given in the TAR 3rd assessment report.
  • In comparison, changes in solar irradiance since are estimated to have caused a small radiative forcing of +0.12 [+0.06 to+0. 30] W/m2, which is less than half the estimate given in the TAR.
  • For a 2 shell greenhouse (the simplest model that can provide enough energy to match the known global energy balance) this would be three times the incoming radiation, or 3 x ~235 w/m2, which is ~705 w/m2 or 63°C (145°F).
  • The change in (low) cloud cover over the tropics over the same period gives a change in sunlight hitting the surface of 2-3 W/m2, that is one order of magnitude higher than the influence of the increase in CO2 (other GHGs have near no increase in this period).

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