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In Honda Prelude SI

How do you prime the oil pump a 1993 Honda Prelude Si?

A easy way is to either crank the engine over with the starter motor, without the coil being plugged in until oil pressure is obtained.If rebuilding an engine and you want to (MORE)
In Math and Arithmetic

How do you use the comunitive property in math?

The commutative property states that a+b+c = a+c+b you can switch the order of you characters and the answer will still be the same. you can only do this with addition and m (MORE)
In Office Supplies

What are qual pens?

I think you mean "quill pens". Quill pens are pens with a certain type of nib, which is kind of pointy and cut vertically. Originally made from feathers and for all kinds of w (MORE)
In English to Chinese

What does 'le si' mean in Chinese?

There is no word or phrase that would fit 'le si' but, something similar, 'li shi' means 'history' in Chinese.
In English to Chinese

What does le si mean in Chinese?

"Too many words in the Chinese language that phonetically sound like that. Need context to reply further. " Actually, the closest 2 that I know are Li Si, which is my Chines (MORE)
In Factoring and Multiples

How do you find out what a number si written as a product of its prime factors?

All composite numbers can be expressed as unique products of prime numbers. This is accomplished by dividing the original number and its factors by prime numbers until all the (MORE)
In Lyrics and Sheet Music

What is the song si no le contesto by plan b about?

I don't have time to translate the whole song - plus I don't think my level of Spanish is good enough - but here's the translated chorus. That should give you the gist: Si n (MORE)
In Uncategorized

What is comunitative property?

communative property is when you are adding or subtracting any numbers it doesnt matter how u write them.....
In English to Spanish

What does si no le contesto mean in spanish?

(i) 'If he/she/you didn't reply to him/her/you'. (Both pronoun 'le' and the verb 'contesto' are very ambiguous as to the 'person' and subject involved) (ii) The above dep (MORE)