plugged catalytic converter

had this promblem before check the catalytic converter it must be blocked,check the back pressure

In a relay race the acceleration zone is 10m long.

The acceleration is due to gravity. She will reach a terminal velocity of about 120 MPH when the drag and the force of gravity are equal.

A Cheetah can accelerate as fast as a Ferrari. In Numbers, it can accelerate from 0-100kph in just about 3 seconds, a few strides. The maximum speed of a Cheetah is 114km/h and it will mantain this speed for a short distance before stopping to rest for a long time to cool down. So the cheetah acceleration is unmatched, compared to the best sportscar available. (talking about 0-100km/h, the car would continue to accelerate after that, and the cheetah doesn't).

No, if you are driving and press the accelerator down to increase the fuel and air mixture & increase RPM then you will accelerate forward for a time before you come stop accelerating and just keep going

By applying more force to the object or lowering the object's mass. Lowering the object's mass allows one to apply the same amount of force as before and the object will accelerate further. This is due to force being equal to mass times acceleration.

acceleration is how much faster u are than the unit of time before

You need to check the fuel pump.

The plane's sudden acceleration threw me backwards, right into the arms of the stewardess.

I've replaced one before, you don't need to lift the engine, but there is some there is some crazy angles to work with.

Imagine throwing a ball upwards. It slows down(negative acceleration), and is eventually brought to a stop for a moment before starting to accelerate downwards. Keep in mind that throughout the entire journey there is a downward acceleration of g(9.81 m s-2) acting on the ball, even at that moment where the ball stopped mid-air. Of course that condition was only temporary, but it is still possible nonetheless.

Go to the Pontiac dealership before it closes for good!!

None. Assuming they are falling with the same conditions, they accelerate equally. But the 200 gram object has the greatest terminal velocity therefore reaching a higher velocity before resting at a constant speed.

No your lungs cant be replaced because you ll die before you can.

They jump out of the plane and accelerate to terminal velocity.

Whether the object is dropped, thrown downwards, thrown upwards, or thrown horizontally, its downward acceleration is the same 9.8 meters per second2. If it's thrown downwards, however, its speed at any instant is greater than the speed at the same instant would be if it had only been dropped, since it has some speed before the acceleration begins.

It doesn't. The acceleration is the same before and after; the only thing that changes is that the opposing force goes away.

Pontiac started it's business in the early 1900's and have come out with multiple models of several different cars. Some of these early models include the Pontiac Fiero, and the Pontiac Grand Am. The Pontiac Tempest, and the Pontiac GTO are also good examples.

The acceleration problems should have all been fixed the first time they went through this. If not, it is the dealers responsibility to get the car fixed before they get sold.

Silicon chips replaced individual transistors and before that vacuum tubes (valves).

To gain momentum and to increase his acceleration.

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The horse and buggy was replaced by the automobile. Trains already existed before the automobile.

Let's assume that the 2 pound payload is on frictionless wheels and the suction cup is horizontal so that the force acting to separate it from the payload is entirely due to the acceleration of the car and the inertia of the payload. In that case: You can accelerate at 100 G before the force is sufficient to pull the payload loose. Note that this is a limitation on how fast you can accelerate, not how fast you can drive; you can drive as fast as your car will go as long as you accelerate at less than 100 G to get there (this shouldn't be a problem, as no car can accelerate at anywhere near 10 G, let alone 100 G). 100 G corresponds to 3200 ft/sec/sec, or "zero to sixty" in about three-hundredths of a second.