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 Should I take out my old RAM so my new RAM runs faster?

Answer Your RAM will always choose the lowest clock speed to run at. So you are losing performance there but on the other hand it is best to have your RAM slots on your motherboard always filled. This wil... Read More »
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Go to START and then to Control Panel.....You can remove any Programs you dont need from there!
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When you drop a baseball and a bowling ball, you say that its velocity acts faster and faster as it falls. How can you say that the acceleration is constant at 9.8 m/s2 If it is falling faster and faster wouldn't the acceleration change also until th?

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As the Space Shuttle falls, does it accelerate forever and does it go faster and faster?

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