Why would the car air conditioner not work car when it idles for 5 hours?
AC operation depends on air flow through the evaporator. At idle only the cooling fan is pulling air through and it is not enough. I cannot imagine why you would idle a car for 5 hours though but you may need a recharge, the system should be able to cool it a little at idle but not well until you get moving
Why would a Ford Fairmont air conditioner only work for short distances before switching to heating in temperatures above 20C?
How much do you make in a month if you make 7.25 an hour and you work 3 hours a day and work 3 times a week?
You would make $195.75. Since you would work 3 hours a day, and 3 times a week, you would work for a total of 9 hours in given week (3*3=9). Assuming that a month is exactly three weeks, you would work 27 hours a month (3*9=27). Know knowing that you work 27 hours a month, and that you make $7.25 in a hour, in 27 hours you would make $195.75 (27*7.25=195.75)
Why would the air conditioner and heater blower only work sometimes and when the air conditioner does work it takes power away from the engine?
How many hours would you work each week if you worked 5 days each week and for 7 hours and 45 minutes each day?
It comes down to what you would earn for the work you do. At minimum wage, you would work a little more than a month full time (about 160 hours). If you want to spread work out over six months, that would be around 30 hours per month. I've fudged the hours a little, because there are subtractions for taxes, social security and other work related items.
Most firefighters are scheduled to work 2920 hours per year. (number of days in a year divided by 3 the number of shift each department has). Most departments work between 48 and 53 hours per week on an average (usually based on 28 days). If you worked a 48 hour workweek, you would work 2496 hours. If you worked a 53 hour workweek, you would work 2756 hours. You may hear the term Kelly Day…
how many hours a week do paramedics work a week? Paramedics in emergency medical services typically work 56 hours per week. There are traditionally three shifts that cover 24 hours per day. One example of shift work would be 24 hours on duty and 48 hours off duty, totalling 10 working days per month. actually a paramedic in the UK will work 37.5 hours per week they will also have to be available for on…