A lot! lol Hard to say an exact amount, but basic physics tell you that in order to get an object up a hill, it takes energy. If you're already moving when going up a hill, you bring some energy to start with as inertia, the engine then provides the rest of energy required to get up the hill. If you stop, the engine is now forced to create all of the energy required, therefore burning more gas... It depends how big the hill, the degree of incline and where you stopped on it, not to mention a hundred other variables. On an average hill stopping 1/2 way, I'd say it would be safe to assume that you've wasted 1/16th to 1/8th of a gallon of gas.
the number of electricity wasted is wasted
Yes, at each end there are triangular steps and as you rotate the incline changes...not much of an incline
The answer depends on a number of factors: - the weight of the car - the steepness of the incline - the frictions of the of both the car to the incline surface and the pusher to the incline surface
The H.R 3200 plan will cost 2 trillion dollars.
3200 lb is 1.428571 imperial tons and it is 1.6 US tons.
3,000 miliphantoms a year. It can be wasted by using 'BoBo' too much.
3200 m = 3.2 kmTo convert from m to km, divide by 1000.
there is 20% of water wasted in a day
Sadly a great deal of electricity is wasted.
There is about four to five gallons wasted if you flush a toilet but I don't believe that it makes a difference if the handle is loose or not. Unless, the toilet is leaking from the handle or somewhere else.
it takes 3200
3200kg is about 7,055 pounds.
It nearly 10 liters of water is wasted
More than 50% of it is wasted per year.
4238/3200 = 1.324375 per sqare foot
1000 million is equal to a billion. 3.2 billion would be 3200 millions.
32 tons is much more than 3200 pounds, which is only about 1.6 tons.
The incline rate rates from 0%-10% and 0%-12% (at .5% intervals), depending on which model you have. You can get the exact incline range for your model at this website: http://www.horizonfitness.com/Treadmills.aspx