Carbureted, so what? What year is it? Does it have points or HEI? Several things come into play here, as well as a worn out lifters/camshaft.
igniter is possibility
f= m*a 3000 newtons
No no no, 3000-4000 rpms is the average speed for highway traveling, driving too close to the red mark on your rpm is bad
If you were 3000 years old you would be 3000 years old.
between 3000-3500 bucks.
less then it does today how much did a Chevy corvette cost in 1963?
In 3000 years? That would be 1,095,000
If it has beeen over 3000 miles since the oil was changed, change it..DO THIS EVERY 3000 MILES.or sooner if you have been in deep water. Check for leaks.
at a rate of 3%p.a, the future value of $3000 would be $329,791.90
3000 miles on oil and filter, Then change
near to 3000 salt shakers and 45 phonebooks
3000 to 3500, most likely.
Assuming whole numbers: If rounding to the nearest 10, it would be 3004 If rounding to the nearest 50, it would be 3024 As "to the nearest whatever" increases, so the greatest number also increases. So the greatest "whatever to round to" to produce 3000 must be 3000, that is the question becomes: What is the greatest number that rounds to 3000 to the nearest 3000? Half of 3000 is 1500, so the greatest whole number that rounds to 3000 is 3000 + 1500 - 1 = 4499 (since 3000 + 1500 = 4500 would round up to 6000). Any number such that 1500 ≤ number < 4500 will round to 3000 to the nearest 3000.
In the year 3000, that person would be 1,019 before his birthday, and would turn 1,020 on his birthday.
3 liters of water would have a mass of 3000 grams.
x + 0.15x = 30001.15 x = 3000x = 3000/1.15x = 2608.696 (to 3 decimal places only)
It is 3,000 (it is rounded down). If the 2 had been a 5 or above, it would be rounded up to 4,000
the answer is 42.9 % 30 X 100 = 3000 3000 : 70 = 42.85714286
Divide 11 into 3000. You do the math.
It would be rounded to 4000. It is closer to 4000 than 3000.
Adjust the choke on your carb.
vacuum leak. my 95 Monte Carlo did it. once in a while it would race to 2500 rpm then settle down like normal. not easy to find , but a cheap fix.
No, "L" means liters. Saying 3 liters = 3000 liters is a false statement. It would be the same as saying 3 = 3000.
The maximum weight a 2001 Chevy S10 can pull according to the factory recommendations is 5000 pounds. Most consumers who own the truck would advise against this though, and recommend not exceeding 3000 pounds.