What is the material for a stop sign?
Theft of a street sign might be classified as misdemeanor petty theft or felony grand theft, depending on the value of the sign. There also might be other associated charges such as interference with traffic control devices, but those don't apply in every state. This kind of theft could also have civil consequences. If the absence of the sign contributed to a traffic accident, the thief could be named as a defendant in a civil… Read More
Well, if you want to put a stop sign in Michigan, I suggest you put it near the road on the left. And then don't let anyone graffiti all over it and yeah.
A stop sign is hexagonal (six sides). A stop sign has 8 sides!
Yes. An octagon is a polygon.
No. An octahedron is a 3-D object whereas a road sign is essentially 2-D. If you want to think of the road sign as 3-D because is does have a thickness, then it is a decahedron.
this is usually a £50 fine and 3 points on your licence.
in new zealand it is an octagon
It is an eight-sided figure; hence, an octagon.
3x squared - 12x - 24 = 0, and -b/a = sum of the roots, and c/a = product of the roots
no i thought they were triangles
An octagonal prism
Actually a stop sign is an octagon and if you want to know why, that's what google is for.
2 seconds to 5 seconds , long enough to check that all directions are safe.
Stop sign is a regular octagon in the US It depends on which country you are in
Yes, all of the angles are equal, and all of the sides are of equal length.
A stop sign is an octagon.
No, it's an octagon.
Because, the sharpness of the edges tends to catch the eye. It is red because it's a sign of danger.
formula for interior angles of a regular convex polygon is 180 * (n-2)/n A stop sign is an octagon, and has 8 sides 180 * (8-2)/8 180 * 6/8 180 * 3 / 4 145 ■
Your front bumper should be on or just behind the 24" white painted stop bar on the ground. If the stop bar is missing, stop the front bumper at the location of the sign.
Your vehicle must come to a complete full stop before the crosswalk or stop line. After a full-stop has been made, there is no minimum time your vehicle must remain stopped, proceed when it is safe to do so. vehicles usually have the right-of-way to proceed through the intersection in the order that they arrived at the intersection. In the USA, including Texas, if vehicles arrive at approximately the same time, each driver must yield… Read More
Perimeter = sum of the sides An octogan has 8 sides P = 32 cm x 8 Sides P = 256 cm
They are both polygons.
The sum of the interior angles of any regular polygon of n sides is equal to 180(n - 2) degrees. 135 degrees
they ignore it. because they are stupid
how mant feet from the stop sign ahould you stop
A stop sign has eight sides, but I heard one stop sign has six sides. But since a stop sign is an octagon, it probably has equal sides.
If you ignore the lettering and the post, yes
No, because a hexagon is not shaped like a stop sign. The latter have 8 sides.
yes Added: NO! That's why they're called STOP signs.A bit more:Think of a stop sign as a period in a sentence, not a comma. The period at the end of a sentence indicates a STOP, while the comma indicates a PAUSE. That's the same thing a stop sign does, it says to STOP, not pause. And a "rolling" stop is not really a stop.There are hundreds of thousands of people dead and buried now because… Read More
Well you would simply stop before the sign, meaning that there is an imaginary stop-line that extends from any stop sign, and you must stop before you cross that line.
A stop sign has 5 more corners than a yield sign.stop sign-8 cornersyield sign-3 corners8-3=5
I'm sure that it's not. It's a thick octagon.
Well, I just got a ticket for running a stop sign in Centennial, CO about 10 minutes ago as I was on my way home from work. I was cited with a 4 point ticket that will be reduced down to 2 so long as I pay the $100 fee in 20 days. As with most traffic violations, they aren't much of a punishment. I wish I could set up automatic payments with Arapaho County… Read More
Stop signs are usually octagonal, so internal angles are 135°
It deepends on company policy. Most likely, the company has insurance which will protect their interests, but that does not necessarily let the employee off the hook, unless company policy is to cover it for the employee. Otherwise, you may find your employer or the insurance company asking you to reimburse them. But in a situation where employees drive customers' cars, I can't imagine there isn't a written policy covering just this eventuality. And I… Read More
If there is no white line, you must stop before the stop sign, not past it. In some cases, it is okay to edge slowly forward so you are able to look left and right to make sure there is no traffic. If at a 3, 4 or all-way stop sign, stop before the stop sign and if there is no other cars at the other stop signs, you may continue on. Whoever stops first… Read More
Evidence suggests the signal colors were borrowed from the railroads, where red meant "stop," green meant "caution," and clear (white) meant "go." These came into use in the 1830s and 40s. Around 1914, a broken red lens caused a locomotive engineer to mistake this for a clear "go" and smash into an oncoming train with disasterous results (another example of Deadly Design). Subsequently, the red/yellow/green signals we use today were adopted; yellow was thought to… Read More