I am having problems with this one. Is this tan(a) + cotan(a)=1? The only solution I get is sec*csc. Tan is sin/cos and cotan is cos/sin which yields sec*csc. Is it supposed to be adding these two or multiplying these two? cuz if it is tan(a) * cotan(a) then the answer is one.

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Feb 28, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

volume of 10" sphere is 1000 ties that of a 1" sphere (volume scales as the cube of linear dimension). The close packed fill-factor for spheres is 0.74 (see eg http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Close-packing_of_spheres). Thus you will get LESS THAN 740 1" spheres into a 10" sphere (quick calculation neglecting edge effects, which is why 740 is only a bound, not the actual number)

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Aug 05, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

tuneup time skipped? the 60k miles tuneup?

scan it? if there are DTC errors, it might in LIMPHOME mode, with RPM limits dropped for good reasons.

or is misfiring. that too can be felt or seen with the scan tool.

the poor idle proves its running bad, no other symptom better prove this. its misfiring, only queston is , why.

50 reasons

or 1 to 10 simple tests to find true cause, ask.

after a full 60k tuneup,(repeats)

scan it? if there are DTC errors, it might in LIMPHOME mode, with RPM limits dropped for good reasons.

or is misfiring. that too can be felt or seen with the scan tool.

the poor idle proves its running bad, no other symptom better prove this. its misfiring, only queston is , why.

50 reasons

or 1 to 10 simple tests to find true cause, ask.

after a full 60k tuneup,(repeats)

Jul 09, 2014 | 2000 Mitsubishi Galant

there are about 8 tests to prove this. and lots of signs.

1: fails compression test.

2: water in engine oil.

3: carbon and oil floating top of RAD filler hole. cap off dead cold

4: constant need for adding AF.

5: steam out tail pipe end, hot engine, fully hot.

6:rad leak down tester fails.

7:the rad blue green tester fails. proves exhaust gasses in RAD.

8: air (seemingly) blasting in to side expansion tank, (combustion gasses actual)

9: engine over heat. and pings. and loss of power.

ill stop here, there are more.

1: fails compression test.

2: water in engine oil.

3: carbon and oil floating top of RAD filler hole. cap off dead cold

4: constant need for adding AF.

5: steam out tail pipe end, hot engine, fully hot.

6:rad leak down tester fails.

7:the rad blue green tester fails. proves exhaust gasses in RAD.

8: air (seemingly) blasting in to side expansion tank, (combustion gasses actual)

9: engine over heat. and pings. and loss of power.

ill stop here, there are more.

Jul 07, 2014 | 2002 Dodge Ram Pickup 1500

To give the Medulla Oblongata something to do while the car is at Idle

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Apr 15, 2013 | Ford Shelby Cars & Trucks

take it to a mechanic and have brakes and powertrain checked

Mar 13, 2011 | 2000 Pontiac Montana

Divide 1.0 by 32. This tells you each 32th = 0.03125. Now divide 0.280 by 0.03125 and you get 8.96. So 0.280 equals almost 9/32ths. You can then check your math with an online "conversion table". Hope that helps.

Feb 05, 2010 | 2008 Ford Escape

15 city 18 combined 22 highway

Aug 13, 2009 | 1995 Ford Windstar

Put 1/2 spacer between your rims and brake drums.

Sep 07, 2008 | 1987 Suzuki Samurai

Jun 21, 2014 | 2001 Saturn S-Series

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