In my 98 Ram van it was the wheel bearings.
This can often be slightly confusing and this is a simplistic explaination. An object is said to accelerate when either the velocity, direction or both changes. As an object in orbit is constantly changing direction if not speed then it is said to be accelerating. Sometimes confused with a vector which has the properties of both direction and speed.
It could be your motor mounts (usually always slightly vibrating the car, especially when accelerating) or most likely not aligned/damaged driveshaft on rear wheel drive vehicles.
If you have Windows, changing your theme to "classic" can slightly increase your fps.
Yes, Pluto is slightly warmer when it is closer to the Sun.
- related parameters are [slightly] variable.
Anything even slightly edible.
No. If anything, it's the opposite. As the Sun looses mass, the gravitational attraction is reduced slightly, so if anything we are moving very slightly away from the Sun.
Not normally, but there is a case where it can happen. Imagine a cannonball fired horizontally from the top of a mountain. It accelerates toward earth at a constant 9.8 m/s^2 while increasing in speed as it falls until it reaches terminal velocity. Now, imagine the canon ball is the space shuttle, and has a rocket on it, and it maintains enough "escape" velocity so that the shuttle continues to experience the force of acceleration toward the earth, but is held at a constant altitude by its propulsion system. This works because the planet is round. If the world were flat, the rocket would of course crash. The short answer is that as long as the object moves at or slightly above escape velocity from a gravitational body, you will be "falling" - accelerating - toward Earth with a constant speed. This only happens in this situation, where escape velocity and a large gravity well are involved. At all other speeds, once you've stopped accelerating, your speed will remain constant.
Shape, Texture, Volume, Mass, Position, State of Matter, Temperature, Magnetic Strength, Content of a mixture, and Opacity are all easily changed Ductility and Malleability vary slightly decreasing as the substance is molded Melting and Boiling Points vary slightly by external Pressure, but can for the most part be considered constant Color in a constant lighting, Conductivity, Ability to be Magnetized, Illustriousness, Luminescence, Density, and Solubility in pure water (or other liquid) are Perfectly Physical Properties that can not vary with out a chemical change or a changing in the mixtures composition.
Slightly possible, not likely.
no you can not; the hymen is like a layer of skin. when something penetrates it, it will indeed "pop" so to say; not slightly but completely; if you are asking because constant penetration leads to bleeding, you should consult your doctor
distortion it the changing of the truth; so sometimes people change the story slightly to make it more interesting.
If we disregard air resistance; they both have identical acceleration under gravity. If we take air resistance into account, then the mass that is fired will be de-accelerating slightly, so if you calculate the overall acceleration it will be slightly lower than the mass that is dropped.
Germs can grow on anything that is warm and slightly damp. These are perfect conditions.
Anything that slightly changes your body is technically a drug ie: Gatorade
To reset an alarm for a 94 Corolla after changing the battery, place the key in the ignition and turn it slightly. Let it remain in that position for several minutes before starting the car.
Depends what the land temperature is. Since the ocean is such a large mass of water, its temperature remains relatively constant throughout the year. Therefore, in winter it will be slightly warmer and in summer it will be slightly cooler at the beach.
The musical term for a singing voice that vibrates is vibrato. It is produced by rapidly changing the pitch just slightly.
The pH of the blood is slightly alkaline. Although dissolved carbon dioxide forms a slightly acidic solution in the blood plasma, there are buffers present. These help keep the blood at a constant pH of between 7.35 and 7.45 .
Changing your spark plugs could theoretically make your car faster but not enough to make a noticeable difference. Changing your spark plugs when they are worn will increase your fuel mileage slightly.
absolutely not. all it can do if anything is cause the tide in the oceans to be slightly higher.
If water is heated from ambient temperature it expands slightly as a liquid, then at 100 C it starts to boil and changes state to a gas, which involves a large change in volume. If the steam is further heated it expands as a gas, if at constant pressure the volume change is proportional to the change in absolute temperature (deg Kelvin)
no one's DNA is the same it's probaly just changing or growing in different ways
It is not equal to anything else. It has an approximate similarity to other conceptual space displacements, but scientifically, as 50 metres varies slightly over time it can never be sufficiently constant to uphold comparison. ( The metre, as an international standard, is merely an "imagined" distanceand has no direct co-relation to the definition of the "natural" metre.
no. speed of light is always constant . as long as the light stays in the same medium. the speed is generally slightly different in different media.