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### Engine power loss message

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The accelerator pedal position (APP) sensors

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The throttle body

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The powertrain control module (PCM)
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### Why does my 2000 camaro 3.8 have a random surge during acceleration when the Asr is turned on?

ASR is your traction control, the reason why you have a surge is that the ASR is calculating how much force to give to each tire based on sensor data, and this takes time. When you turn it off, the acceleration is treated like any other car with out traction control. The 2000-2003 Camaro had one big complaint, a laggy traction control. You could potentially fix this by replacing the computer unit with a faster aftermarket model and changing sensors out with more efficient models, also tuning the engine can help reduce lag time or acceleration delay.

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### The spindle of a mixer rotating at 1500rad/min slows down uniformly to 700rad/min while making 40revolution,. Calculate the angular acceleration

Use the equation linking the final angular velocity and the initial angular velocity
(omega_final)^2=(omega_initial)^2+2alpha(theta_ final -theta_initial)

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### If a car went from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.7 seconds, using the accelerationn formula how would I find the average acceleration?

Convert the speed from km / h to m/s.
Change in speed = (Final speed (in m/s) - initial speed (0))/ 3.7 s
The result is the average acceleration in m / s^2.
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### An object undergoes free fall for 126m on a fictitious planet (Whoosedat) It takes 6.00s to travel 126m. What is the acceleration of gravity on Whoosedat?

For any free-falling object, the distance traveled by that object can be represented as:

s = 1/2 g t2

where

s = distance traveled by the object, g = gravity, t = time

So, if we resolve for g, we get:

g = (2 x s) / t2

So, by replacing the known values we get the acceleration of gravity for that planet:

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### Calculate the acceleration of gravity on the surface of Mars, give the mass of Mars = .11mass of Earth, and the radius of Mars = .53radius of Earth.

Let g_e the acceleration of gravity at the surface of the Earth, M_e the mass of the Earth, and R_e the radius of the Earth
For Mars, we have g_m, M_m, and R_m.
g_e=G*M_e/(R_e)^2
g_m=G*M_m/(R_m)2
g_m/g_e=(M_m/M_e)*(R_e/R_m)^2=(0.11)(1/0.53)^2=0.11/(0.53)^2
g_m=0.11*g_e/(0.53)^2

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