Depends. Up to the 1980s, there were still a lot of school buses with gas engines, and those would have big block V8s. The diesel school buses tend to use an inline six diesel engine - the I6 is a naturally balanced engine. Even though they're only six cylinders, you're still talking about an engine displacing between six and nine liters.
The Powerstroke diesels, which are in V8 configuration, are available for buses built on Ford chassis, although the Cummins engines are the default for the medium- and heavy-duty Ford trucks (take that, Powerstroke afficiandos!).
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Depends on the size of the school bus, size of the fuel tank, if it has a diesel or gasoline engine, and the mpg it will get. None of which you list.
Depends on what the engine is. Anywhere from 5 for a smaller gas engine to 20 for a medium duty diesel engine.
There are four tires on a school bus because there are four wheels on a school bus. that is true ^ Where I am from, they have 6.
A school bus is a compound machine because it combines multiple simple machines working together. In order to power a school bus you use a lever to turn the key, a plank to get the gas from the tank to the engine, and the engine uses gears to work.
There are about 10 magic school bus books.
There are to many options such as size, engine, primary use etc to be able to answer this question.
As much as the engine manufacturer specifies.
The Magic School Bus at the Waterworks has 40 pages.
Passing a stopped school bus carries a penalty of how many point
Depends entirely on what the engine is. A Type A with a small block gas engine and a Type D with a medium duty diesel engine will not take the same amount of oil.
You would have to know the size and type of engine, the age of the engine, the age of the bus and weight of the bus. As a general rule, a diesel engine on a bus would get around 6-15 miles per gallon.