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 Why was the first vacuum cleaner hard to use?

Answer 2 and a half weeks
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Dirt Devil vacuum cleaner that is hard to push?

The first automatic vacuum cleaner was patented by Hubert Booth.
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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?

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?

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What will happen after vacuuming up the spills from a broken thermometer what happened to these spills in the vacuum cleaner can they escape from the bag should vacuum cleaner be disposed?

No, they won't escape the bag and you can keep the vacuum.
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