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The world of cars

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The world of cars
a car is a automobile that carries or ferries a passenger in a certain amount of time based on the driver, a road vehicle, typically with four wheels, powered by an internal-combustion engine and able to carry a small number of people.
How cars have impacted our lives

As one of man's most coveted objects and most powerful fantasy symbols, the car has always been much more than a machine, a mere means of transport and there is no part of our lives--social, economic, political, cultural, and indeed that has not been touched and deeply influenced by the automobile (Pettifer and Turner 12). The demand for automobiles started to go up after they came into existence, the auto industry grew since people bought more of them, and this gave us more freedom to live, work, and develop suburbs
what is a car?

the science of car
the science of cars
Sir Isaac Newton’s third law of motion states that for every action (or force) there is an equal reaction (or opposing force) in the opposite direction.

CO2 cars are propelled by carbon dioxide rapidly escaping from a small container called a cartridge. The cartridge is positioned in the car so that the escaping gas moves in a rearward direction. The rearward force of the escaping gas is the initial action described by Newton.

the story of cars
The history of the automobile begins as early as 1769, with the creation of steam engined automobiles capable of human transport.[1]:14 In 1807, François Isaac de Rivaz designed the first car powered by an internal combustion engine running on fuel gas (hydrogen and oxygen), which -- although not in itself successful -- led to the introduction of the ubiquitous modern gasoline- or petrol-fueled internal combustion engine in 1885.

The year 1886 is regarded the year of birth of the modern automobile - with the Benz Patent-Motorwagen, by German inventor Karl Benz.[citation needed]


Karl Benz
Karl Benz was a german engineer known as the one who invented the first automobile powered by the first internal combustion chamber and together with his wife pioneering founder of Mercedes Benz. He received the first patent besides other inventors and his first patent engine was granted to him.

Video (Evolution of F1 Racer)
Description of our invention and models
Our group aims to invent a hover car that is eco friendly,accessible for handicapped,accident-free, can glide smoothly and sleeper friendly.
QNA
the country of teehee
singapore
the forever alone place
Malaysia
why cars are slowly killing us
not this one
THE POWER OF MUSTACHES
You see it every time that smoke billows f
rom your car's exhaust pipe, so there's no denying that vehicles are major contributors to air pollution. Air pollution refers to the presence of foreign substances in the air that don’t belong there, or excessive amoun
ts of certain impurities that wouldn't harm us otherwise. When cars burn gasoline, they emit pollutants. Gasoline fumes escape into the air even when we pump gasoline into our fuel tanks.
There are four major pollutants that come from cars:
A car emits carbon monoxide when the carbon in fuel doesn't burn completely.
A car's exhaust emits hydrocarbons, a toxic compound of hydrogen and carbon.
When fuel burns, nitrogen and oxygen react with each other and form nitrogen oxides (NOx).
Particulate matter -- small particles of foreign substances -- in the air contribute to atmospheric haze and can damage people’s lungs.
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credits
xin quan: taiwan group leader
Elias
status: friend
helper in slides
Amanda and ynez
great help in script and timeline
Jamie Ng
status: forever alone
done nothing at all
YES nothing at all
this person
why people should invest and support our invention?
it is so because, our innovation magoogly thingy is a thing that
would change our lives and this group thinks that this should be the car that is he future of our lives. it impacts lives, and who knows maybe our invention might spark other awesome ideas in the future and carry our invention to the world.
you are not a car !
go figure
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