# How heavy is a vacuum?

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# When vacuuming the pool why would the pressure be so heavy it sticks to the bottom of the pool and then loses pressure?

As you vacuum the bottom of a pool you pick up a lot of fine dust and other material it is not unusual for a filter to block up while you are vacuuming. cleaning the filter or

# What is a vacuum?

A "vacuum" is a state of emptiness or a void (Latin vacuus ,from vacare , to empty). Classically, it is used to denote a space absent of matter, or ofair, as in outer space

# What is in a vacuum?

In space both dark matter and dark energy are believed to be in the vacuum. The general answer is nothing-but light rays can pass invisibly through it. .

# How do you vacuum?

It will sound kinda silly, but I use a leaf blower in my car, under the seats, and it will blow out all the crud that the vacuum can't reach! Just open all the doors and you c

# Difference in vacuum and absolute vacuum?

There are several units of measure to use while dealing with vacuum. The absolute units start from full vacuum then approach atmospheric pressure. The "Gauge" ones use atm

# A heavy object and a light object are dropped from rest at the same time in a vacuum The heavier object will reach the ground?

They will hit the ground at the same time, since there is no wind resistance in a vacuum

# If you are not heavy?

What kind of a question is this it doesnt make any sense

# In a vacuum there is no what?

In a vacuum there is no matter. A vacuum is the absence of mass in a given volume of space, so an evacuated space has nothing material in it. There may be electromagnetic en

# What does a vacuum do?

\na vacum works with the tranny to Shift an automatic vehicle

# What is a vacuum and a partial vacuum?

Vacuum is measured in inHg or inches of mercury and a true vacuum is anything below zero on this scale...for reference normal atmospheric pressure or air pressure is about 14.

# If you created a vacuum filled air balloon sized ball able to withstand ground level air pressure would it weight heavy or lighter than the air around it?

By definition, anything 'filled with vacuum' would weigh nothing, as a vacuum means an area that contains no matter. Since the balloon would need matter in it to weigh anythin

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# What object falls faster a heavy object or a light object not in a vacuum?

Weight has nothing to do with how fast things fall, only wind resistance. Take two 16 ounce soda bottles, open one drink eight ounces. The unopened bottle is twice as heavy as

# Does the vacuum advance get constant vacuum or not?

Manifold vacuum usually. There may be some instances where someone reworked a distributor to arrive at a specific timing curve under load using ported vacuum with the vacuu
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# A heavy and light objects are dropped from the rest at the same time in a vacuum the heavier object will reach the ground?

The heavy object will reach the ground at the exact same time as the lighter object (if they were dropped at the same time).

# Why vacuum is required in vacuum tubes?

Vacuum is required in vacuum tubes, because they are used to manipulate a flow of electrons between the cathode and the plate (anode). Air would get in the way, and it would a
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# What object falls faster a heavy object or a light object in a vacuum?

They both fall at the same rate. This is because they are both only acted upon by one force in the vacuum- gravitational acceleration. The mass, size or shape of the object do