Q: What are those fins that stick out on the back sides of a diesel locomotive?

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The answer will depend on the spinner, its shape, the number of sides, what numbers are on those sides.The answer will depend on the spinner, its shape, the number of sides, what numbers are on those sides.The answer will depend on the spinner, its shape, the number of sides, what numbers are on those sides.The answer will depend on the spinner, its shape, the number of sides, what numbers are on those sides.

The number of sides that an Parallelogram have is.... 4 sides!

Not in any modern diesels. Some old diesel tractors from the 1940's where gasoline start and then ran on diesel once the engine was warm. Those did have carburetors.Not in any modern diesels. Some old diesel tractors from the 1940's where gasoline start and then ran on diesel once the engine was warm. Those did have carburetors.

Assuming those are the lengths of the four sides, it can have almost any angles.Assuming those are the lengths of the four sides, it can have almost any angles.Assuming those are the lengths of the four sides, it can have almost any angles.Assuming those are the lengths of the four sides, it can have almost any angles.

The base angles of an isosceles triangle that has two equal sides are equal.

The isosceles triangle theorem states that if two sides of a triangle are congruent, then the angles opposite those sides are congruent.

Yes they can with little suction things like on those that stick on windows

No, your fingers cannot stick to a magnet. Only iron or steel objects will stick to a magnet. Your fingers do not have those materials, so it will not stick to a magnet.

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Seven.

If you're talking about the holes in the sides of their heads, those would be their ears.

This is just a guess but No, everthing changed between those two years.

Those wouldn't be angle measurements, they would be sides. A triangle could be constructed with sides of those lengths.

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It traps carbon particles from the exhaust stream of a diesel engine, and, during regeneration, serves as a combustion chamber to incinerate those particles.

Polynomials have terms, but not sides. One with exactly three terms is a "trinomial". Polygons have sides. One of those with exactly three sides is a "triangle".

No, only those rectangles that are squares have four congruent sides.

They do but not to every metal. They only stick to those which are ferromagnetic metals like Iron, Cobalt and Nickel

A scalene triangle does not have congruent sides but one, two or three of its sides can be congruent to those of another scalene triangle.

All from oil products, - gasoline, kerosene and diesel.

A field hockey stick is a field hockey stick. There is no differentiation between those used on either surface; most stick models can and will be used on both.

The pentagon satisfies those criteria precisely.

There is no specific term which distinguishes between polygons with up to 5 sides from those with more than 5 sides.

you usually get those kinds of items in events

Yes, for the most part, they use one or the other of those. It's more common for big "trucks" (tractors) to use diesel fuel.