“the rate at which motor oil is leaking from an automobile is modeled”

As a general rule, the rate of flux from a boundary is proportional to some power of the driving force. in order make an accurate comparison between rates, we need both the leak rate and the oil level in milliliters. assuming that there are 6 quarts to an american gallon, then if you have 1 quart left over in your oil pan, every day would typically mean you used about 4 milliliters per day or 14 milliliter per week if your leak was 1 teaspoon per hour. your leaky seal might result in 11-16% annual consumption for people who drive 15000 miles/yr (25892 kilometers). effective yearly consumption will be about 2000-2500 gallons used by 200 drivers with 2 qu

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