As long as it's not overheating and boiling over, that's fine. It just means that you get more air across the radiator to cool the engine when you're moving, but then if you just stop and think about it, that makes sense.
15 degrees from the normal - on the other side.
The reflection angle will also be 20 degrees from the normal on the other side of the normal in the same plane.
Angle of reflection equals angle of incidence, so the light is reflected at 32 degrees relative to the normal. Since the normal is perpendicular to the surface of the miirror, the angle between the reflected rays and the mirror is 90 degrees minus 32 degrees, or 58 degrees.
sometimes bends towards the normal
The angle of incidence would be 90 degrees, so the angle of refraction is 0 degrees, as the light ray does not deviate.
17° to the normal.
You can monitor distributor degrees with a timing light.
It's called the angle of reflection. 38 degrees. The angle between the incident ray and the reflected ray is 19 degrees + 19 degrees = 38 degrees. The angle of incidence and the angle of reflection are measured with respect to the surface normal, or a line drawn perpendicular with the surface the light is reflecting off of.
This usually refers to a light ray that hits a surface at 90 degrees, or perpendicular. In physical science the word "normal" is often used to mean perpendicular.
If the angle is measured in relation to normal to the surface of mirror, the leaving ray will be also at angle of 30 degrees, but in opposite direction.
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Use a timing light with vacuum advance disconnected set base timing to 6 degrees
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The check gauge light is on to notify you that one of the gauges is out of normal range. The vehicle may be over heating, low on oil pressure or not charging.
Here's the way I see it: Optical reversibility means that if a light passes through a medium with an index of refraction, n, and the light hits that medium at a certain angle, the angle of incidence, the light refracts and comes out at a different angle than the angle of incidence. In other words, if light hits a refracting medium at 10 degrees to the normal, it will refract and come out at 7 degrees to the normal. Then, if it were switched, and the light were made to hit the refracting medium at 7 degrees to the normal, then it would refract and come out at 10 degrees to the normal. This is optical reversibility as seen in refraction. In reflection, however, the angle of incidence and the angle of reflection is the same. If light hits a reflecting medium at 10 degrees, it will reflect at an angle of 10 degrees. So if the angles were switched in this case, it would do nothing, it would just hit the reflecting medium at 10 degrees and again be reflected at 10 degrees. So, does the principle of optical reversibility hold for reflection as well as refraction? It depends on if you view switching the position of the same number to be reversing anything or not. Actually the principle holds good for every optical system in geometric optics....
a normal light bulb gives off more light
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It is reflected at exactly the same angle, but on the other side of the normal at the point of incidence.
The check gauge light on a 2000 Chevy blazer could be several things. The oil could be low or the other fluids may be low. Take notice of all the gauges. One or more may be out of its normal parameter notifying you there is a problem.
It is reflected. Depending on the shape of the mirror, this can be at a variety of angles. Assuming the question refers to a flat mirror that is hung on a wall; a plane (flat) mirror has an imaginary straight line at a right-angle to it, called the normal. A ray of light hits the mirror at an angle to the normal, but is reflected at the same angle that it hits the mirror in the opposite direction. So if a ray hits the mirror at 45 degrees from the normal, it will be reflected at 45 degrees from the normal in the opposite direction.
You need to find someone that has an advance timing light. With it they can set the total advance at 35 degrees at 2,000 RPM. That will be your best performance setting.
That light notifies you that one of the gauges is out of its normal parameter. Check the temp (overheating), the voltage (not charging) and the oil pressure gauge (low or no oil pressure).
You should start at 4-degrees before TDC <-this is what it should be 2942E6B7-0D26-E667-F7DC-E162A40E3ADF 1.03.01
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