If an electric train is travelling south, which way will the smoke go?
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The smoke will go the opposite direction which is North
The smoke will be blown towards the north east due to wind
The smoke goes in the northern direction
For equal and opposite reaction the smoke should be heading the north
You can’t see anything because there will be no smoke, reason being that it’s an electric train.
It goes the opposite direction which is north
The smoke goes North as expected
An electric train doesn’t control the direction of it’s combustion or smoke but if it moves South I trust the smoke will fill more of the North but will definitely be felt in West and the East too
It will go the opposite which is the North.