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 Who named the vacuum cleaner?

Answer Typically you should follow the two hour rule. If it's been in the danger zone, which is between 40 degrees and 140 degrees Fahrenheit, for more than two hours then you should discard it. Exception... Read More »
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About a very old vacuum cleaner-named White Cross and on the bag reads Cadillac?

because cubic kilometres would be much too big for the accurate volume measure of your average fridge .
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A vacuum cleaner uses 800 W of power The voltage source is 100 V What is the current flowing through the vacuum cleaner?

How does the fan inside a vacuum cleaner cause the vacuum cleaner to pick up dirt?

The fan powered by a motor creates suction which pulls the dust into nozzle (head) into the bag, filters or cyclones.
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A man cleaning his apartment pushes a vacuum cleaner with a force of magnitude 79.3 N The force makes an angle of 22.8 with the horizontal floor The vacuum cleaner is pushed 2.29 m to the right?

AnswerMost modern ice makers require 35 to 40 psi water pressure to properly operate. Attempting to use less pressure will result in no ice at all or possibly causing the solenoid valves to not ful... Read More »
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