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    Default banking question

    If I were to order a set of personalized checks, How do they get my account / routing number on the check if they dont ask for it?
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    I've always had to send a voided deposit slip with my order.

    If that doesn't answer your question, the banking at Talladega is 33 degrees in the turns and 18 degrees in the tri-oval.

    I hope one of these helps.

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    Bristol is 36 degrees while Martinsville is 12 in the turns. The cancelled check and/or a deposit slip from your current account is the correct answer to your personal check question too.
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    Talking re: banking!

    As the angle of bank increases, the amount of lift generated by the aircraft's wing decreases. 15 degrees is a standard turn angle for aircraft, which will bring around to a 360 turn within 2 minutes.
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    yea but standard rate turn are no fun.

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    Default Re: banking question

    Originally posted by CaptainMikey
    If I were to order a set of personalized checks, How do they get my account / routing number on the check if they dont ask for it?
    I'm guessing you want a real answer...

    If you order from your bank (the most expensive way, usually), the bank knows its routing number and your account number. If your order online, you'll have to provide both. The routing number is the number on the left, usually between two symbols that are a vertical line followed by a colon. The account number is the next number, followed at the end by some symbol. Last should be your actual check number.

    A deposit slip alone does not always work...some banks use different routing numbers for internal credits and debits than they do for the ACH system used for checks.
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    Default Actually

    As the angle of bank increases the lift doesn't really decrease. It moves from a purely vertical force and adds a horizontal component on a vector proportional to the amount of bank.

    At least that is the way I have always understood it...

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