X- X Number of Words

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X- the 24th and the 3rd last number of alphabets family.

So many denotations at different places.

It denotes Roman numeral for 10.

It denotes X(Cross) at most of the places.

It is also an Algebraic expression for an unknown value. It is also a sign of multiplication in Mathematics.

X is for Xml- eXtensible Markup Language, a text based format used to share data on the world wide web, intranets and anywhere.

X is called for Ex- in relationships which always has a sour effect whenever there is word X is being discussed.

X- Xfer, which actually is transfer but have seen many people using it, including me.

X- also used to refer horizontal axis in the Cartesian coordinate system.

X is Xerox- a duplicate print or photocopy.

X is also X-mas tree.

X is X-ray which is now an important part of medical treatment these days.

X is for Xylophone, may be an only instrument whose name starts from letter ‘X’.

X is for Xylem, the vascular tissue in plants which conducts water and dissolved nutrients upwards from the root and also helps to form the woody element in the stem.

X is Xeon(pronounced ZEE-ahn), a 400 MHz Pentium microprocessor from Intel for use in “mid-range” enterprise servers and workstations. On a server motherboard from Intel, up to eight (and later even more) Xeon processors will be able to do multiprocessing sharing the same 100 Mhz bus.

X is Xenon, the chemical element of atomic number 54, a member of the noble gas series. It is obtained by distillation of liquid air, and is used in some specialized electric lamps.

X is also X-ing which is crossing.

X is famous smartphone company Xiaomi.

 

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