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Most engines will contain how many cylinders in order to maintain a proper balance of weight and forces? A. An even number B. An odd number C. Always four D. Always six
Most engines will contain an even number cylinders in order to maintain a proper balance of weight and forces.
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Most engines will contain an even number cylinders in order to maintain a proper balance of weight and forces.
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