Engine oil viscosity can BEST be described as _________.
Resistance to flow.
Kinectic Energy.
Heat Resistance.
Adherance to flow.
Detailed Explanation
Engine oil viscosity can be thought of as its "thickness," or resistance to flow. The viscosity must be high enough to maintain a lubricating film but low enough that it can circulate under all conditions. A number indicates the viscosity of the oil.
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