Sorry, these come out after I'm home spending quality time with Mrs. engineerd.
I would have preferred a GrandAm GT rental to the variety of Toyota products I was given. I did return one without filling it up and talked them out of charging me $4 a gallon to fill it up. I felt very accomplished that day.
BTW, this is the orbital equation used to define distance and velocity of a small body orbiting a larger body. G = 9.81 m/s^2, m = mass of the small body, M = mass of the large body, R = radius of the large body, Vesc = escape velocity. If I'm remembering my space mechanics right.
Sorry, these come out after I'm home spending quality time with Mrs. engineerd.
I would have preferred a GrandAm GT rental to the variety of Toyota products I was given. I did return one without filling it up and talked them out of charging me $4 a gallon to fill it up. I felt very accomplished that day.
BTW, this is the orbital equation used to define distance and velocity of a small body orbiting a larger body. G = 9.81 m/s^2, m = mass of the small body, M = mass of the large body, R = radius of the large body, Vesc = escape velocity. If I'm remembering my space mechanics right.
GxmxM/R=mxVesc2/2 is the basic equation that lets the average hombre know the angle of their dangle… which is equal to the heat of the beat when the throb of the knob is constant. Another way to figure this is out is to measure the splat on the mat, multiplied by the stain on the veins. A more basic application is to take the heat of the meat minus the drip off the tip – then divide that by the torque on the pork.