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What is the spark plug gap for a 94 2L sunbird?


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2006-04-22 14:31:50
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Listed under the hood on a placard and in the owners manual.


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Rule: 1000 ml = 1 litreThe correct answer is 2l is greater than 200ml (2l = 2000ml).

2l + 2w = P Subtract 2l from both sides: 2w = P - 2l Divide both sides by 2: w = P/2 - l

There are 2000 ml in 2L. And eat a pb and jelly sandwich

The width of the room is equal to twice the Length. Suppose Length = L, width = W, and A = areaW = 2L from the information in the questionNow we know area, A is equal to length times widthW*L=A, plug in 2L for W and we get 2L*L=A or 2L^2=ANext, we see that when 6 is subtracted from both length and width A becomes 108 less.So (2L-6)*(L-6)=A-108Multiply (2L-6)*(L-6) out and the result is (2L^2-18L+36) Set that equal to A-108(2L^2-18L+36)=A-108. We found out that A=2L^2 earlier so we can substitute the terms.(2L^2-18L+36)=2L^2-108. Now solve for LSubtract 2L^2 from both sides(-18L+36)=(-108)Subtract 36 from both sides(-18L)=(-144)Divide by (-18)L=8We know W=2L so W=16Now lets test our answer.16*8=128(16-6)*(8-6)=10*2=20128-20=108So the answer of L=8 and W=16 is correct.

750ml = 0.75L 2000ml = 2L 2L is bigger.

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2,000 mL are in 2 Liters 1L= 1,000mL 2L= 2,000 mL

this is a particularly easy question, you woul find this by doing, 2l+2(18)=42 then 2l+36=42 and then 2l=42-36 making 2l=6 after that l=6/2 which is 3 meaning the length is 3

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In order to solve for "L", you have to first tell me what "2L + 3" is. "2L + 3" is a number. What number it is depends on what "L" is. If I know what the number is, then I can solve for "L". There's no equation there, so nothing to solve.

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P=2(w)+2(l) 52=2(12)+2(l) 52=24+2l 52-24=2l 28=2l 14=l The length is 14 cm.

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