## if an electric train travels north at 120mhph and wind blows the same, which way does the smoke blow?

Question by salvatore: if an electric train travels north at 120mhph and wind blows the same, which way does the smoke blow?

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Answer by omnisource
What smoke?

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## an electric train is traveling 100 mph with a headwind of 100 mph which way is the smoke blowing?

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North, South, East, West, No Smoke

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Answer by RockIt
Electric train? what smoke?

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## ok an electric train is going from east to west which side is the smoke going first to answer 10pts?

Question by notmicelf: ok an electric train is going from east to west which side is the smoke going first to answer 10pts?

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Answer by dumplingmuffin
electric= no smoke

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## An electric train is traveling at 500 kilometers per hour north, which way is the the trains smoke headed?

Question by marcelo c: An electric train is traveling at 500 kilometers per hour north, which way is the the trains smoke headed?
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Answer by Keeks
electic trains dont make smoke

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## American Flyer Trains, Smoke, Choo-Choo, Sound,

Many people still have American Flyer trains…others remember playing with them when they were young. This is the reason I like the smoke, choo-choo, and the rail sound of those good old days. They were the model trains made back in the early 50’s by American Flyer. Visit AZ-Flyer Blog at:az-flyer.blogspot.com/
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