How to Build a Enchanting Table

To receive an enchantment level higher than 8, you will need to properly place bookshelves around the enchantment table:Nearby bookshelves raise the available enchantment levels; without any bookshelves the experience level cost will never exceed 8.This table shows the amount of bookshelves required to get higher level enchantments:(Click for larger image)You will notice that you need at least 15 bookshelves in the vicinity of the enchanting table to receive level 30 enchantments.Correctly placing the bookshelves around the enchanting table is key to receiving high level enchantments.

The most simple way of doing this is by surrounding the enchanting table with a one block high border with a gap anywhere in the perimeter (15 bookshelves):Another option is to make a corner of bookshelves to one side of the enchanting table two blocks high, this can look very good in the corner of a room (16 bookshelves, however you can delete one of the blocks behind the corner without sacrificing aesthetics):Other blocks placed around the enchanting table can effect what level you recieve when enchanting.For the bookshelves to operate, the 2-high area between the enchanting table and the bookshelves must be completely clear. In addition to torches, objects like snow or carpet will disable the effect of bookshelves:The carpet in this screenshot will prevent the bookshelves having any effect on the enchantment levels:This 'feature' is sometimes used to purposely lower the level of the enchantments, without having to break the bookshelves.

An easy way to limit the maximum level of enchantment offered is to disable bookshelves by placing torches between them and the enchantment table. That way one can still have the entire 'ring' of bookshelves around the table, but get lower-level enchantments when desired. Breaking the torches will restore the effect of the bookshelves.

You can tell if the bookshelves are contributing to the enchantment levels by focusing on the particles coming out of the bookshelves into the book on top of the enchanting table. If you do not see particles, you either have a block blocking the bookshelves from the enchanting table, or particles turned off in the video settings.If the table is surrounded by bookshelves, with one block of air in between, arcane glyphs float from the bookshelves into the book (if particles are turned on).

Notice the particles in this picture:Source: Enchantment Table, Enchanting and Enchantment mechanics

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Estimating the total cost of purchasing every item in a grocery store

Your question is what's known as a Fermi Problem: a question about estimating a large or unwieldy number, such that answering the question calls for some rough estimates and back of the envelope calculations. I think that your attempt, and dxiv's and Producer of BS's responses are all pretty good (although theirs' would require more leg-work than yours. I'll give this a shot too, and I'll go with an approach similar to yours:I want to pick a single number to be the average value of all the prices in the store. Now if the actual values of the prices follow Benford's Law as Joce suggests, then we could pick the mean of a random variable obeying Benford's law, which is $3.44$. But this only cleanly works if you're considering items priced between $1.00 and $9.99. There are items priced lower and higher than that. I'm willing to ignore the lower priced items because they won't matter as much, but there are enough items with price greater than $10, like meats, kitchen utensils, and saffron, that I don't want to ignore those. So for the sake of not thinking too much harder about this, let's just bump that $3.44 estimate up to $4 even to account of the expensive items. In the end, this tiny estimate won't matter much anyways in comparison to the other estimates that have to be made. I want to say there are twenty rows in a typical store. There are really closer to fifteen, but you've got to account for those outer areas that aren't rows, like the butcher counter and bakery and produce and floral too. Now I want to break down the number of items in each row more precisely. Each row (besides maybe the outer two) has two sides, is about 70 feet long, has an average of 10 shelves, and each shelf is about 2 feet deep. Now we just need an estimate for the number of items on the typical square-foot of a single shelf. Thinking about Benford's Law again, and assuming that most products come in packages that have a roughly square base, I'd estimate there to be $3.44^2$ items per square-foot of shelf. Multiplying all of these we get that there are about $$2 times 70 times 10 times 2 times 3.44^2 approx 33,!134 $$items per row. Then we calculate the total price to be $$beginalign

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Can I use slot shelving in a wooden shed?

So, from the comments, I assume you mean "slot shelving" to be shelf standards like this:

If this is what you mean, then you should be able to use them, and are quite handy for adjusting the spacing. Biggest issue here is getting the proper ones for the weight of the shelves. More standards (the upright slotted bar) you have will allow for better weight management. Using a double slot standard, and you have better weight capability also. Now, depending on the mounting method, the standards used, the brackets, and the shelf materials, you will be able to determine the weight you can add. The components will list the max weight. But be sure you add the weight of the brackets and shelf material. If it says 100lbs, and the brackets are 1lb and the material is 5lb, and you have 2 standards, 2 brackets and 1 shelf, then you have a limit of 93lbs per shelf. Just a simple example.Now, building your won from 2x4 studs and attaching to the framework studs of the building, would in essence be the same thing, but would increase the weight of the shelving system, reducing how much weight the shelves can hold.Your best bet, would be to build free-standing shelves as you are only limited by materials you use to build them, you can even build them to have movable shelves with slots and pins, but this would change the weight limit. This method would have no weight bearing on the structure.So, in closing, you could you any of the 3 methods you have mentioned. I have used the slotted shelf standards like pictured in my new pantry so that I can adjust the shelves as needed. In my shed I have free standing shelves that I got free from a business tossing out old shelving systems. My garage has a combination of free standing plastic shelf systems, as well as the slotted standard shelf systems, because I was cheap and used what I had from various other projects. I even have some shelves that are mounted to decorative shelf brackets. That is also an option for you.Not finding info on shelves in a shed is not an issue, because every shed is built differently. Plastic, metal, wood, lean-to, free-standing, attached or detached. In my case it is an attached with one wall of the shed being the rear wall of the garage.

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Floor plumbing pipe too far away from the wall for vanity

Yes, you can reroute the pipe. 1) Draw a diagram mapping out how you want the pipe rerouted. Use 90 degree angles and remember you need to leave room for the trap which in your case will be an "S" trap (so named because it looks like an S that's been rotated 90 degrees.This looks like inch and a half pipe but you can cut a piece off the top and take it with you to ensure you get the right size.

Get yourself: (be prepared to go back to the hardware store 1 or 2 times - most plumbing jobs for me require 3 trips - 1 to buy the supplies, the 2nd to buy the stuff I forgot the first time, and the 3rd to buy replacements for whatever I broke during the work...)Before you cut the pipe from the floor, make sure that you do not cut it so low that you won't have room to work. You'll need a couple inches of exposed pipe to be able to glue the pipe properly and have room to hold it steady while you attach the pieces being glued.

Build your new plumbing pipe construction WITHOUT glue, cutting pipe to fit and putting it in place, making sure your pipes will be the right length and angles to get around the vanity and into position to fit the S trap. There's really only one rule here - don't run any pipe uphill against the water-flow. Other than that your pipe can go wherever you need it to.

After you've tested the fit and ensured you can get from floor to trap and trap to sink ok, number the pieces in order to be placed and then set aside.USING SCRAP PVC PIPE LEFT OVER AND THE EXTRA CONNECTORS - test gluing a few times. The glue process is as follows:Test your new fitting by filling with water and ensuring it doesn't leak. Do that 2-3 more times and then start gluing the real thing together.The primer does two things - it cleans the fittings and it also softens the PVC temporarily. Being softened it allows the PVC to bond very well with the glue. Once the glue cures, the glued joint will be stronger than the PVC, if bonded properly. Proper curing takes about 24 hours though you can usually use a drain like yours in about an hour, since there won't be any pressure.Good luck!

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