Q: T2 minus 59t plus 54 minus 82t2 plus 60t?

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It fires HELLFIRE60 rockets which are also used on AH-64 Apache helicopter and the harrier plus this is a Russian helicopter this helicopter is one of the most uncommon used in battlefield

They are designed to run on 87. Most who I speak to run 89

At any given time in hours after the family departs, the distance they have travelled will be 60t, while at the same time, the moving van will have covered a distance of 55(t + 1). The family will catch up when these two times are equal, or when 60t = 55(t + 1), or 60t - 55t = 55, or 5t = 55, or t = 55/5 hours = 11 hours.

D = 60T where T is expressed in hours.

The height of a rocket as a function of time is h (t) = 60t^1.5 where h is in meters and t is in seconds. Air temperature is a function of height according to the function T (h) = 300 - h/m where m is a constant, T is measured in kelvins (K), and h in meters. Plus log(x=5)

The height of a rocket as a function of time is h (t) = 60t^1.5 where h is in meters and t is in seconds. Air temperature is a function of height according to the function T (h) = 300 - h/m where m is a constant, T is measured in kelvins (K), and h in meters. Plus log(x=5)

R=D/T 60 = 230 /T 60T=230 T= 230/60 = 23/6 (23/6) * 60= 230 minutes 3 hours and 50 minutes

The height of a rocket as a function of time is h (t) = 60t^1.5 where h is in meters and t is in seconds. Air temperature is a function of height according to the function T (h) = 300 - h/m where m is a constant, T is measured in kelvins (K), and h in meters. Plus log(x=5)

When the bus starts, the car is already 60 miles ahead (40 mph x 1.5 hours = 60 miles). If t = time in hours, the equation looks like this:Bus 60t = Car 40t + 60.Subtract 40t from each side20t = 60Divide both sides by 20t = 3 hours

If you have V = 120Vrms Cos(2*pi*60t + 120). The magnatude of the voltage is 120Vrms. The frequency is 60Hz. The phase shift is 120. That would be the voltage that comes out of a standard American household eletrical outlet. The current would depend on what is plugged into the outlet. A general equation would be VmCos(w*t + theta) or ImCos(w*t + theta) for current. To use a Sine wave, just do a 90 degree phase shift. (sin(t) = cos(t-90) or cos(t) = sin(t+90))

You have to take the wheel off first off and then there are two bolts ( which are very hard to get off when rusted on which are going to be more then likely, and they are a special kind of bolt called 60T torx(looks like a star) bit\ some may be hex ). Then you will see the two brake pads after the calibers come off and all you have to do is pull those off, they are not attached in anyway besides a clip on the brake pad. ( You also have to disconnect the brake hose ). After putting both the new brake pads on you have to compress( with some kind of clamp ) the caliber to reset the pressure or force of the brakes. The after you put it all back in I would recommend using your parking brake so your rear brakes do not freeze up. This is only when your parking and not going to be moving, use your normal brakes for driving. Also there are products that will help with noise from your brakes at all and I would look into that if I were you, I did. Before driving the car after replacing the pads pump your brakes a couple times with the car not started to set the brakes. Keep pumping until you can feel the pressure on the pedal. If the pressure does not change there is something wrong and I would check your brake lines, or hoses for any kind of leak. If you have any questions you can ask at yeoj112689@bex.net