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What is the fastest car in a straight line?
well, this is very simple to understand , the DC load line of a circuit is nothing but the Kirchoff's voltage law on the out put circuit of the transistor-amplifier. As the …KVL is linear equation involving voltage drops the equation of load line is a straight line let us assume that the transistor is in CE configuration. VCC-VCE-ICRC=0v ICRC=VCC-VCE of the form by=aX+c which is in the form of a straight line with positive intercepts on X(VCC) and Y(VCC / RC) axis and a negative slope where, x= VCE/RC y= IC m(slope)= -VCC/RC
Hennessey Venom gt
It depends a bit on what you think of as a car. The fastest "production" car in the world is the Bugatti Veyron and costs $1,700,000. It has 1001 hp, it's top spee…d is 414 km/h [ 252 mph] and it is made in France. The worlds fastest road legal non production car is the red Victor 1 made by an Englishman. It has 2002 hp double the Bugatti Veyron. Top Fuel dragsters can do 330+ mph / 530 km/h. In terms of jet engine powered the thrust ssc has an speed of 1276 km/h, faster than the speed of sound. It was driven by pilot Andy Green. It was powered by two phantom fighter jet engines.
If traveling at constant speed in a constant direction then net force is zero as there is no acceleration. Acceleration would change one or the other, or both. F = ma = m …(0) = 0
11 What is the acceleration of a car that travels in a straight line at a constant speed of 100 kmh?
Zero. Acceleration is defined as change in velocity over time. If velocity doesn't change, as given in this question, there is no acceleration.
No. 'Acceleration' means a change in speed or direction over time. If the car is moving at a constant speed in a constant direction, then it isn't accelerating.
The value of acceleration of a car traveling in a straight line at a constant speed is precisely . . . zero.
the car could be traveling in a straight line and slowing down (negative acceleration), speeding up (positive acceleration) or maintaining constant speed (zero accelerat…ion).
If the car is moving in a constant direction at a constant speed, then the net force on it is zero.
Why does my car pulls to the left side of the road even when I hold the steering wheel straight and to drive it in a straight line I have to turn and hold steering a little bit towards right?
Tyre pressure low. Hitting the kerbor a pothole has misaligned the wheel. The wheel has a weak suspension spring or shock absorber. Brake binding. Excessive play in a su…spension or steering joint causing misalignment of the wheels.
1937 - Mercedes-Benz W125 - 268.3mph on the german autobahn. Still has the world record for top speed on a public road1938 - auto union streamliner - 432km/h (268mph)2012 - bu…gatti veyron SS -431.072 km/h (267.856 mph)2011- SSC aero - 256mph, on a highway in washington state. ran out of road, wind tunnel testing says it should go 440km/h (273mph)2012 - Koenigsegg Agera R- manufacturer claims 442km/h(275mph) not yet proven 2012 - Barabus TKR manufacturer claims 270mph top speed2012 9ff gt-9r manufacturer claims (414km/h 257mph)
Yes. Consider the drawing of a table. ~~~ Actually, a circle is the set of all points at a given distance from the center. It's technically not derived from a line.
There is no kind of shape that has a straight line or curved line a kind of element of the following question is "space"...hope this helps
The Hennessey VenomGT hold the world record at 270.7mph (426.7km/h).
It is a method for giving navigation instructions, The route isn't a map, its a straight line running from the bottom of the page to the top. Each interection is marked with l…ines (roads) coming off the straight line to the right and or left. These roads represent the ones you don't travel on ( but may not point in that actual direction).. It may help to imagine how would create one. Imagine laying a piece of string along a map of the route to be taken. At each intersection attach small strings to represent streets you don't go down. Now pull the string tight (making sure your side streets don't cross over the "straight line") so that your route is a straight line and the side-streets come off it. These are the instructions that the navigator gets.. The navigator should call out the roads that you won't go down eg "Leave 1 on left". This can be an instruction to go past one road running off to the left or an instruction to turn right at a T intersection with roads running left and right.
The diagonal line of a rectangle for example is greater than its length.