### What careers are there in f1?

Formula 1 is a human resource intensive sport. Each formula 1 team has hundreds of employees. The careers available are drivers, engineers, computer technicians, designers, strategists, managers, communications experts, pit stop crew etc. along with these people in the team, the F1 management has a owner, steward to supervise the race, safety car personnel etc.

### What are 7 types of pit bulls?

1. American Pit bull terrier. 2. American Pit Bull terrier 3. American Pit Bull terrier 4. American Pit bull terrier. 5. American Pit bull---I think I should've been able to reach you now. There is only 1. Just because someone refers to them like this, perhaps: 'pitbull' or 'American Pit bull' or Pit bull terrier, Does not mean there are a bunch! There are three breeds that are, sadly, confused with the really pit bull…

### How does maths affect formula one motor racing?

Math is everywhere in Formula 1. In car design: Every aspect of the car must be perfectly measured and sized, the aerodynamic pieces of the car must be shaped with the perfect angles to direct airflow. During the race: Data about how fast a car is lapping around the track will be compared to how fast other cars are, and based on this data lots of math is performed to determine when the optimal time…

### How do you get SUM for series S 1 2 3 n-1 n Equals S n n 1 2 I want to understand how the above formula is arrived at.?

To rewrite the formula that became a victim of character stripping: 1+2+3+...+n-1+n = n(n+1)/2 Here's an intuitive way of seeing why the formula is true (though it won't constitute a formal proof): Usually, you calculate an average by adding all the numbers in a list together, and dividing by how many numbers there are. This means that if you have the average, and multiply this by how many numbers there are, you'll get the sum…

### Formula for total distance?

Answer #1: The formula for finding total distance is to multiply average speed by the time it takes to get there. This formula works for an object that travels at a constant speed for a given time-interval. ============================ Answer #2: The formula for total distance depends on what information you already have. For example, you might have ... -- average speed and the length of time over which it applies; -- initial speed, average acceleration…