# What is the different between alto vxi and alto lxi?

alto lxi is 800cc engine. & alto vxi is 1000cc engine.

### What is difference between LXI and VXI?

LXI: LXI it means a basic model with minimal (or) necessary functionalities. VXI: VXI it means a car with better functionalities (complete functionality) than "LXI" type cars. There are yet another group of cars specified by ZXI which means they come under the category of luxurious cars. Note: XI it means petrol car. DI it means diesel car.

### What is the meaning of LXi VXi and ZXi car?

LXi means sunroof, VXi means colorful exterior, and ZXi means an underpowered station wagon.

### Difference between wagonr lxi and wagonr vxi?

Features in Vxi and NOT in Lxi: 1. Power windows (front two) 2. Centre Locking (keyless) 3. Wheel Caps 4. Side Moulding 5. Fog lamps (Front + Back) 6. Defogger Pls correct me if I mentoned anything incorrect. Your suggestions are welcome ASAP. Thnx, Heer Makwana

### Which car is best to buy.Alto lxi or Swift vxi?

If you go out and compare the 2 cars u will find out which car is better.

### What is the Full Form for LXI VXI ZXI engines?

LXI L means base model XI petrol model car/vehicle. VXI V means full function XI petrol model car/vehicle. ZXI Z luxurious branded model XI petrol model. if in the case of XI it is DI ,then the model will be diesel model vehicle. I think: "i" stands for power steering and power windows.

### What is the difference between vxi and vx types of car models?

vx-no power steering vxi- power steering

### Which are models in Suzuki cars?

IN SUZUKI there are mainly 3 models in petrol and diesel IN PETROL- Lxi VXI & ZXI IN DIESEL - Ldi Vdi Zdi 1)lxi &ldi are both lower basic segment models. 2)vxi&vdi are middle segment models.(some of this models contain abs (anti braking system) 3)zxi &zdi are highest segment models. ( they contain alloy wheels ,automatic climate control ac & abs)

### What number is written as the Roman numeral VXI?

The number written as the Roman Numeral VXI technically not considered a valid number. A complete guide as to how the Roman Numeral system works can be found at Education Oasis.

### How far will a rubber ball fall in 20 seconds?

Xf= Xi + Vxi(t) + (.5)(Ax)(t)2 where: Xf is the final position Xi is initial position Vxi is initial velocity Ax is average acceleration t is time Xi and Vxi will both be zero since the initial velocity and position are both zero. Xf = (0) + (0) + (.5)(9.8m/s2)(20)2 Xf = 1960 meters

### Where is the chassis no in maruti swift vxi?

because the flux capacitor allows it to float on air

### What is the cost of maruti sx4?

Its priced at 6.09/6.89 (Vxi/Zxi) ex-showroom Delhi. Will be 7-8 lakhs on-road

### Why does the Pope Benedect VXI wear white?

White is the traditional color of popes, red for cardinals, violet for bishops and black for priests.

### Where do you find replaceable battery for blueparrot headset vxi b250-xt?

You can get a battery for your b250xt blueparrott on ebay price is $9.99 free shipping

### What is vxl in roman numerals?

VXI would not be proper notation. V=5 X=10 I=1 It could be read as 6 (10-5+1)

### How are watts measured?

Electrical power is measured in watts. In an electrical system power (P) is equal to the voltage multiplied by the current. P = VxI Watts = Volts x Amps.

### What is the meaning of vdi in swift car?

LDI VDI ZDI are the trim levels of car in Maruti lineup. L,V, Z indicate the trim level, like stereo, fog lights, body colored mirrors, power windows, remote/keyless locking alloy rims, interior fabrics . Di stands for Diesel engine and in all the versions LDI, VDI, and ZDI the engine is identticak in this case the multijet engine. Similarly LXI, VXI and ZXI stands for petrol engined car, L being the least equipped with no… Read More

### What is the meaning of vdi inswift car?

LDI VDI ZDI are the trim levels of car in Maruti lineup. L,V, Z indicate the trim level, like stereo, fog lights, body colored mirrors, power windows, remote/keyless locking alloy rims, interior fabrics . Di stands for Diesel engine and in all the versions LDI, VDI, and ZDI the engine is identticak in this case the multijet engine. Similarly LXI, VXI and ZXI stands for petrol engined car, L being the least equipped with no… Read More

### How do you calculate power dissipated by an IC?

It is very critical to never exceed the input voltage of an IC to begin with. To calculate the power dissipation ( in watts) VxI (Voltage x Current) will give you power in watts.

### Why did Louis XVI summon the estates general in 1789?

Louis VXI summoned the estate-general in 1789 because the wealthy and powerful classes demanded the king to summon the Estate-General as an answer to solve the economic crisis that afflicted France.

### What is the differens between watts and votts?

Volts are a measure of electrical pressure....... symbol V Watts are a measure of Electrical Power.....symbol W Now interestingly Watts are a product (or is it sum, I can never remember) of the Volts multiplied by the Amps (symbol I) written as W= VxI ie 20Watts = 10Volts x 2 Amps. Transposing the formula above gives the relationships between Amps, Volts,Watts. Resistance is also a player.......... symbol R (unit is Ohms) but that's not the… Read More

### What headsets are supported to use with the Cisco IP Phone 7960?

Some headsets that are supported by the Cisco IP Phone 7960 include the Plantronics S12 and VXI-10V Single Ear Headset. Another model that is compatible is the Plantronics H141.

### What is the term sans-culottes?

sans-coluttes were people in the 3rd estate, they were factory owners or workers, and they werent very wealthy. they were persuaded to by the borgious to go against king Louis VXI and with the freedom they wished for. learnt all this in history (:

### How do you find the power input if you have the power factor and power output and voltage and current?

To find the power input in watts multiply the voltage by the current and the power factor Pin=VxIxPF.To find it in VA simply multiply the voltage by the current S=VxI

### How to convert power to voltage?

Power (P) = Voltage (V) x Amperage (I) Written as P=VxI or to find Voltage V=P/I Voltage is measured in Volts (V) Amperage is measured in Amperes (Amps or A) Power is measured in Watts (W)

### How many volts are in a megawatt?

That would depend on the current. Watts are a measure of power and are the result of Voltage, times current. P=VxI Where p=power in watts, I = current in Amps, and V = Voltage in volts So in order to solve for Volts in the following equation 1,000,000W / I = V You must first determine the current

### How many watts to make 1.6 amps?

your question lacks supporting evidence to convert watts into amps. here's an example to make 1.6amps, though... Power(aka)watts=> [ P=VxI ] so if your amps is 1.6 than P=Vx1.6 lets say your voltage is 120 than P=120x1,6 P=192watts

### What is the Current through a 75-watt bulb that is connected to a 120-volt circuit?

Considering an incandescent bulb and using P=VxI P= Power Watts V= Volts I= Current (amperes) I=P/V I=75Watts/120Volts = 0.625 Amperes (A or Amps) Therefore the current through a 75watt bulb that is connected to a 120volt circuit is 0.625 amps.

### How we calculate load of electrical instrument?

I am not an electrical guy....but since this question was left unanswered....i'll just put in some nonsense!! For AC Load: VxIxPF (V=VoltageRequired, I=Current Required, PF=Power Factor) The Power Factor is normally considered to be 0.8 as a thumb rule. For DC Load: VxI, here the power factor is consisdered to be 1, since it is a DC current !! Byeee!

### My dog died from being hit by a car Has this happened to you?

I am really sorry on this account but at least 1000 living beings (may even be humans) get hurt by vehicles everyday on an average . Even my small puppy (8 months old) got injured by a SWIFT Vxi car , a few days ago. Luckily its life was'nt in danger , though badly hurt. Mine was 10 months and she actually died...

### How do you reduce power loss?

Answer for mechanical systems: Use oil or grease to reduce friction! Answer for electrical systems: Making the voltage as high as possible is a good way to reduce power loss. Explanation The voltage drop along a conductor is proportional to the resistance and to the current carried. (V=IxR) So, for a given quantity of Power (W=VxI), if the voltage is made as high as possible there will be less current flowing and therefore less power… Read More

### Why is electricity generated at 11kv voltage?

This question concerns the generation of electricity. The actual generators at a (New Zealand) hydro power station operate at 11kV. This provides a compromise between the insulation requirements for the operating environment, and the quantity of current being generated, which affects wire size and weight of rotating machine. At the station's "switch yard" this is transformed to 220kV for long distance transmission. Further notes about the distribution of electricity The voltage drop along a conductor… Read More

### What is minimum size resistor in watts to use with a 9 volt 900 ohm resistor?

Take your pick: P = V x I (Power = Voltage x Current) or: P = V2 / R (Power = Voltage2 / Resistance) or: P = I2 *R (Power = Current2 x Resistance) (the last two equations come from combining the ohms law equation R=V/I with the power equation P=VxI) In the question above you have resistance and voltage therefore: P = V2 / R = 92 / 900 = 0.090W = 90mW (i… Read More

### What is the power dissipated by an 8.2k ohm resistor if a current of 0.005 amps is passing through the resistor?

Take your pick: P = V x I (Power = Voltage x Current) or: P = V2 / R (Power = Voltage2 / Resistance) or: P = I2 *R (Power = Current2 x Resistance) (the last two equations come from combining the ohms law equation R=V/I with the power equation P=VxI) In the question above you have resistance and current therefore: P = I2 *R = 0.0052 x 8.2k = 0.0052 x 8200 = 0.205W… Read More

### What size resistor is required to limit the current from a 12V battery to 2 mA?

In order to determine the Size of Resistor required we need 1. Value of R=V/I=12/2E-3=6000 Ohms 2. Power dissipated=VxI=12x2=24mW. Hence we can use 1/8W Resistor. 3. Tolerance on R will depend on the error on Current that is acceptable. Say % 4. The will depend on Tolerance,Bandwidth and Temp. Stability required. >2% Tol Any type Carbon, Metal Film >1%Metal Film/Wire Wound <1% Wire Wound

### How could Louis VXI and Marie Antoinette have made themselves more popular and avoided the french revolution?

the problem a leader faces is not making themselves popular. France at the time was under much economic turmoil, and if the king just proposed new economic reforms to help the poor class and bring France to a richer state in which they could then do MORE things, e.g fund into their colonies, to promote mercantalism, which in turn would give France a profit and exotic goods, etc, etc, would have most likely changed history… Read More

### Can you replace the battery in a blue parrot B250 XT headset?

Yes you can. All you need is the replacement battery to install. There are two screws that hold the battery cover in place. Just unscrew them, lift the cover off, unplug the old battery and reverse these steps to install the new one. I will caution you that VXi has stopped using the batteries that can be identified by the fact that they appear to be wrapped in monofilament tape for reasons including short service… Read More

### In a Little League baseball game the 145 g ball enters the strike zone with a speed of 15.0 ms The batter hits the ball and it leaves his bat with a speed of 20.0 ms in exactly the opposite direction?

Im taking ms for m/s. the magnitude of the impulse= (px)i=m(vxi)=(0.145kg)(-15.0m/s)=-2.2N (px)f=m(vx)f=(0.145kg)(20.0m/s)=2.9N Delta Px =(px)f-(px)i= 2.9N-(-2.2N)=5.1N or 5.1 kg m/s If the bat is in contact with the ball for 1.5 ms the magnitude of the avg force exerted on the bat is: Favg= J/Delta t 1.5 ms=0.0015 s Favg= (5.1 kg m/s)/0.0015 = 3400N

### What is electrical power and what is the formula to calculate electrical power?

Electric power is a measure of energy per unit of time. For example: 1 volt=1 joule (energy)/ 1 coulomb (electric charge) 1 ampere=1 coulomb/1 second 1 watt=1 joule/1 second In a direct current circuit, P (watts)=V (volts) x I (amps) For direct current: P=VxI P=I^2R P=V^2/R Where R is resistance (ohms). For alternating current: S=P+jQ S=VI* (I* means complex conjugate of I) S=sqrt(P^2+Q^2) V=IxZ Z=R+jX So P is the real part of S and Q… Read More