## Google Results Alphabet T1 2019, 17% up, to 36.34 billion dollars

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## T1 to T3 connection at DXB, different airlines

Fly from LHR to DXB arriving at 23:45 on BA (Terminal 1). Purchased a separate ticket (separate PNR) on EK from T3 at 2:15. I understand that BA will not interpose my luggage until EK. So I have to pick up my checked luggage on arrival at T1, then proceed with the check in with EK.

Is it even possible remotely with a 2 ½ hour connection at DXB? Then same question reversed a few days later with a 3 hour connection, although I heard that EK can combine bags with a BA connection.

## Is a visa required at Narita airport to change terminal from T2 to T1?

I will travel from India to Canada. I have to change flight at Narita Airport. my departure flight is from another terminal. do I need a visa to change terminal in Narita from T2 to T1?
Thank you

## stability theory – \$ x_ {t} = 1-x_ {t-1} \$ has a stable steady state solution?

In the state of equilibrium, $$x = x_ {t} = x_ {t-1}$$. So, I can solve for the steady state value of $$x = 0.5$$.

The general rule for determining steady-state stability is that the $$| text {slope} | <1$$. But here slope = 1, can I say that the state of equilibrium is unstable?

Graphically, the image looks like this

So I am not quite sure how to trace the oscillation around the state of equilibrium.

## Arrival and departure of T1 Sydney Airport

We arrive at Sydney Terminal 1 at 6:45 and T1 Sydney at 9:50 to Nadi Fiji, is it possible? What procedures will we go through?

## Arrival and departure T1 Sydney

We arrive at Sydney Terminal 1 at 6:45 and T1 Sydney at 9:50 to Nadi Fiji, is it possible? what procedures will we go through
thank you Paula

## Equivalent wording of \$ T_1 \$ condition.

I was asked to prove the following theorem:

A space if $$T_1$$ if and only if the following is valid:

For any subset $$A$$ of $$X$$, $$x$$ is a limit point of $$A$$ if and only if each neighborhood of $$x$$ contains an infinity of points of $$A$$.

I know how to prove the $$rightarrow$$ direction, but given the equivalence of the v.s. number of points that he crosses $$A$$, I do not see how we could make the link with the $$T_1$$ state.