It could be your MAF sensor. Mass air flow sensor that measures the air going into the intake. This could likely cause sluggish acceleration.
The bus was sluggish on the way to school
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2nd gear. (the gear you would use from about 15-35mph)
it would take 2 hours, assuming that you start and finish at 35mph. However as you start at 0mph and have to accelerate to 35mph, it will take slightly longer
25 minutes 43 seconds.
Sluggish or lagging would do
i would say average would be 25-30mph your fastest skaters maybe 35mph
Tire or tires out of balance and when stopping brake drums or rotors out of round or warped
velocity is speed with a direction. speed would be like 35mph. velocity would be like 35 mph south
the acceleration decreases
Could be a clogged catalytic converter, if you are also getting wose gas mileage, and it sort of smells like raw eggs. Otherwise, I would get a fuel injector cleaning, and try switching to a better octane at the pump.
See if your drive shaft going to front end is bent.
I have the same issue. I would look at the over drive sensor/module as the culprit
on the moon, which object would fall with the same acceleration
Acceleration is the change in velocity of an object. If an object is travelling at an unchanging speed, its speed is neither increasing (which would make a positive acceleration) nor decreasing (which would make a negative acceleration). Thus, the acceleration is 0.
Force = Mass X Acceleration, so 10 = 1 X A, so the acceleration is 10The acceleration would be 10 m/s2
Stopped up fuel filter.
Plugged fuel and or air filters can affect performance.
well it does depend on how much you weigh if you are a child then you both would have the same acceleration but if you are an adult then the child would have no acceleration. O: i am so smart.
I think it would be the acceleration of gravity 9.81 m/s^2...
That would be "Deceleration" or negative acceleration.
Newton taught everybody that Net Force = Mass * Acceleration. Since we're talking about acceleration, we can rearrange that to be Acceleration = Net Force / Mass. If you want to decrease the acceleration of an object, you would need to decrease the net force applied to it or increase its mass (or both).
it would be rolling friction