Why would a 1989 Olds service engine light come on when on an uphill curve but go out at level highway speed?
You might want to check all of your fluids i.e., brake fluid, steering fluid etc. Do you have enough oil in the engine? Check all the fluids and make sure they are at the level they are suppose to be.
Graphical representation of the alternative combinations of the amounts of two goods or services that an economy can produce by transferring resources from one good or service to the other. This curve helps in determining what quantity of a non-essential good or a service an economy can afford to produce without jeopardizing the required production of an essential good or service. Also called transformation curve.
Virtually all demand curves slope downwards, except for, perhaps, absolutely essential life-saving medication. The demand curve does not depend on the type of organization supplying the good or service, it depends on peoples willingness to buy that good or service. As price increases for any good or service, people are inclined to cut back on the quantities they purchase. Therefore, the demand curve slopes downwards.
An increase in income tends to shift the demand curve for a good or service: For a normal good, the curve will shift to the right, indicating an increase in the demand at the same price. For an inferior good, the curve will tend to shift to the left, indicating a decrease in demand at the same price.
In highways, railways, or canals the curve are provided for smooth or gradual change in direction due the nature of terrain, cultural features, or other unavoidable reasons. In highway practice, it is recommended to provide curves deliberately on straight route to break the monotony in driving on long straight route to avoid accidents. The horizontal curve may be a simple circular curve or a compound curve. For a smooth transition between straight and a curve…
There are many different types of transition curves but... 'Transition Curve', a simple tool used to understand the sorts of issues people might be facing during change A track transition curve, transition spiral, or spiral easement, is a mathematically calculated Euler spiral fitted between a straight (also known as tangent) and a circular curve on a section of rail track or highway. Website-- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Track_transition_curve --Sillypinkjade-- ----
There very well may be but it would only apply to the particular vehicle it was written for. There is no general graph. Many factors determine MPG. Weight, engine size, aerodynamics, terrain, city or highway, just to name a few. Yes, there is a bell curve which depending on your transmission (number of gears, gear ration etc), tops off usually at about 45 mph. You will get the best mileage at the lowest rpm in…
The production possibility curve (PPC) is a two dimensional model, showing how resources can be used to produce two different goods or services or types of good and services. The graph is bowed outwards due to a basic concept used in economics - the principle of increasing cost. If a producer were to produce more of one good or service, the constant in resources and technology would not be able to maintain the previous amount…
On many highways it is unsafe to continue at the normal speed limit as you go around a curve (especially for large trucks with a high center of gravity that might tip over), therefor reduced speed signs (often yellow advisory signs not the usual white legal signs) are posted indicating reasonable and safe speeds to use through the curve.