Look at the battery cables, if the positive goes to the frame, then the entire sytem is a positive grounding sytem ,including the charging system. Mark Great simple answer Mark. This will also be of great help to you. An online 1941 Chevy Shop Manual. http://chevy.tocmp.com/1941shop/index.htm
In this case, V would be negative, and work w would be positive.
That's because it is closer to the positive side of the numbering system.
No. There is no real number which multiplied by itself forms a negative number.A negative times a negative is a positive, and only a positive times a negative is a negative.However, in calculus there is an "imaginary value" (called i ) which represents the square root of -1.Square roots of larger negative numbers are represented by the square of the absolute value times i .
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Charging system voltage is too high or to low.
red is positive on a negative ground system
The system is negative ground.
it has a negative ground system.
Heat is energy and cannot be negative, If you are talking about heat flow then if you define outflow to be negative then inflow is positive.
If work is done on the system then it has a negative sign. If work is done by the system then it has a positive sign.
Because in an unbalanced system, the positive end a positive charge, and the negaticve end has a negative charge. Though current (which is reletive to the "positiveness" of an area) flows from positive to negative, electrons flow from negative to positive.
The Suburban has a negative ground system.
Work done by the system is considered as PositiveWork done on the system is considered as Negative
One positive of the US healthcare system is the fact that many people have access to healthcare. One negative to the system is the fact that it is expensive.
There are different conventions as to what work is negative and what work is positive. The convention used by engineers and physicists is that work done BY the system on its surroundings is positive while work done ON the system by its surroundings is negative. Chemists reverse these conventions.