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18. A _________ engine operates using a three-sided metal rotor instead of the traditional piston-andcylinder arrangement. A. Wankel engine B. electric engine C. LP gas engine D. diesel engine
A Wankel engine operates using a three-sided metal rotor instead of the traditional piston-and cylinder arrangement.
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A Wankel engine operates using a three-sided metal rotor instead of the traditional piston-and cylinder arrangement.
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