The fastest/most powerful vehicle i have driven was a skoda (150 ish hp) and i wonder what it would be like to drive a modern day muscle(mustang,challenger,camero) even with a base v6 and manual or auto(paddle shift) Trans. Given the acceleration driving on streets,city roads must be a delicate thing.
So my thought is that we have the technology to have measuring point on the roads which measure traffic flow rate. During times of low traffic 3am on a Sunday night the speed limit gets raised as you are less likely to hit someone. During times of high traffic, 1:00 on a Wednesday speed limit gets lowered.
Background: Got a ticket this morning for speeding. I was driving on a 4 line divided highway fairly straight (US) at 8 in the morning on a Saturday. Very low traffic. Turns out the speed limit was 35 on a 4 Lane divided highway. Now if it was noon on a weekday the 35 limit makes agreeable scenes for the area, but at the time there was little to no traffic flow and I was not endangering anyone going 52 (which I though was 7 over the speed limit). The cop was very nice and cut the ticket for me. As objective as I can get if the officer didn’t know the speed limit there would not have been concer enough to pull me over as a threat to the roadways.
Hi. I’ve tried searching for almost an hour on the topic before coming here.
Say you have a polynomial in form an xn +… + a0.
Every website explaining how to decompose a polynomial with Ruffini tells you that you need to find a Zero of the polynomial by using the rational root (so, you need to find the divisors of a0, divide them by the divisors of an, and try with each result until you find a root).
The problem is that, according to Wikipedia, the rational root theorem works only when each coefficient in the polynomial is an integer.
So, how do you decompose a polynomial with Ruffini if one or more coefficient in the polynomial aren’t integers? (for example if some coefficient are rationals or real numbers)
I’m by no means an expert on any of the involved pieces: Rotaries, DeLoreans, or Engine Swaps. Hence why I’m here. However, I am an expert on liquid fueled rockets, which is why the fresh rotary can’t go in the back of the car.
Ideally, the motor in the front would have been an LS, but I don’t need to be an expert on anything to realize there probably isn’t enough space for one of those in the front. If it turns out there is, that’d be wonderful!
Been noticing that my car, Audi A4 B8.5, been sounding strange lately, almost like a tractor. The Vocaroo is a recording of idling and revving the engine a couple k rpms. Does it sound strange or is it just me? I’m evidently not very car-savvy.