Solving for vehicle power to weight ratio.

This method uses power in horsepower and weight in pounds to determine the power to weight ratio. A car with a high power to weight ratio will accelerate faster than a automobile with a lower value.

power | = | 0 | = | 0 | horsepower | |

weight | = | 0 | = | 0 | pound |

power to weight ratio (horsepower:pounds) = NOT CALCULATED |

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