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Q: Which two factors determine speed of motion?

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The vehicle should blend in with other vehicles the target area. The vehicle should be of the same type as other vehicles having routine access to the target area.

it will just be driving at a steady speed where two opposite forces are equal andbalanced

You need:* Distance Travelled * Time taken to travel that distance Speed = Distance / Time

If you're talking about the transmission, one with a split range, twin countershaft transmission will have one (9 speed, 10 speed) or two (8LL, 13 speed, 15 speed, 18 speed) auxiliary gearboxes. Trucks with something like an Allison auto will not.

Speed A + Speed B = Speed Combined Unless they hit each other. Then, under Newton's Third Law, it's (Speed A + Speed B) / 2 = Combined Collision Force IE, if two cars hit each other head-on, both going 50mph, it's the same force as a single car hitting a wall at 50mph. (i.e. The impact force does not double; because you have to divide the absorption force of a second vehicle, which cancels out half of the force)

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