The forces would be:1. Gravity2. Acceleration3. Thrust
I think it would be acceleration
It would be all of them
I think it's gravity and Acceleration that are making the car move.
i think its gravity friction and a push
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First, the force of gravity would act upon it as I let it go. Then, the force of wind resistance would act upon it as it gained acceleration. The incline of the ramp would make it go downward but then the ground would level off and the car would loose its momentum.
When you let go of it gravity starts to pull it down and as it starts to pull it down air resistance will act on it. It will accelerate down the ramp until air resistance and gravity stops it.
Forces may include : -Your hand ; the force it's providing holds the car back and then releases it-Friction ; when the car rolls down the ramp, its wheels create Friction-Air Resistance ; there may be a slight amount of air resistance when the car goes down-Gravity ; keeps the car from floating through the air and therefore leads it to sliding down the ramp
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We were investigating the gravity, the acceleration and the thrust.
There is also the acceleration the car builds up as it goes down the ramp, as well as momentum.
We would be investigating the gravity, the acceleration and the thrust.
1: the gravitational force making it go down.2: the air resistance is slightly slowing it down or making it faster.3. the thrust is making it move and not just stop.
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When you're letting go of the car, a force is pulling it down the ramp, when it comes to a stop, the force pulling it down the ramp slows down until there is no force at all.
I think that some of the forces are accelerations the car accelerates down the rampfriction force when the air is acting against itand gravity which makes the car go down.
THe gravity would be acting on it because of ramp The wight of the car is other force that is acting on it.
The forces that would act on the car would by the wind (air) the friction the gravity. The air would create drag which slows down the car. The friction would help stop it from sliding and the gravity would pull the car down.
gravity, acceleration, air resistance, friction and thrust
The forces that would be acting upon the toy car would be gravity, acceleration, air resistance, friction, inertia and, the force that is pushing the car forward.
There are many forces that are acting on the car. The forces I think that are acting on the car is Gravity, friction, air resistance, unbalanced and balanced forces,Inertia, and acceleration.
Maybe a slope is bringing it down. Weight of the car. Speed of the car.
One of the forces is acceleration. Acceleration is acting on the toy car because it is increasing speed by being pushed. Another force acting on the car is friction. Friction is when one object rubs against another. There is friction when the toy car is rolling down the ramp. Gravity is also a force because as the car is moving down the ramp, gravity is pulling it towards the ground. Lastly, air resistance is another force which is pulling the car to a stop.
One example is unbalanced forces because the ramp is a slope, which usually causes objects to move down and speed up. This is the main force that happens in this scenario, as the rolling down factor is the car moving and speeding up. Another one is momentum, as the car's wheels cause the car to roll and move. Also, air resistance has a part in this as the air helps the car slow down when it reaches the end of the ramp.
Gravity, Weight, Speed, Air Resistance, and Friction
The forces would be Gravity, Speed, Thrust, and friction.
gravity accleeration and forcce
Gravity Force Thrust Friction Speed
One of the forces is acceleration. It is accelerating because you are increasing speed when you push it. Another force is friction. The friction is taking place by the air resistance which is pulling the car to stop. Another force is gravity because when the car is rolling down, gravity is pulling it down towards the ground.
The forces that act upon the car are gravity, acceleration, air resistance,
The force of you letting the car go is gravity and the force of letting the car stop is friction. It also maters on the amount of weight the car is if it has a high weight then it is likely to go faster.
The forces acting on the car would be gravity (pulling the car down to the earth), air resistance, friction (on the slope and on the flat which would help to slow it down), unbalanced and balanced forces, Inertia and acceleration (making the car go down the ramp).
Forces should be:1.Gravity 2.Friction3.Tension
Well I think theres Only four of them. Gravity, Air resistance , Friction, and speed. Air resistance helps to slow the object down. Friction Is what Gets it moving
The forces that would make the car move and stop are:Gravity- Because the toy car would be held down to the ramp and sliding down.Air resistant- The toy car will eventually stop at the end and air resistant helps the toy card to stop/slow down. Friction- Because the friction would happen when the toy car will slide down the ramp. There would be friction between the ramp and the wheels of the toy car.
Actions in the car:Air resistant because the air pulls the car in the opposite direction,gravity because it is pulling it to the floor,acceleration and the weight it has Ex.if there is a ramp going down between more weight more faster you are but if you are going up with to much weight it would be slower.
I think that the forces would be Acceleration, Gravity and air resistance. Air resistance because the air stops the car only if the car doesn't stop by another object such as a wall or another toy. Acceleration because the toy car is going down and its getting faster and faster. Gravity is because the car is going down the ramp and then it gets to the flat ground which makes it slower.
There are a few forces acting on the car, they are;- Gravity: it makes the car slide down the ramp- Friction: The ramp and the car exert on each other, causing the car to slide downwards, creating friction- Mass: the bigger the mass, the easier it takes for car to slide down due to gravity- Air resistance: A kind of friction
Gravity- to make the car move down the slopeFriction/Air Resistance-to slow down the carAcceleration/Momentum/Inertia- To keep the car in a downwards fall.
GravityForce Friction Air resistance Thrust Speed
The first force would be friction because the wheel of the toy car is rolling down the ramp. The second force would be acceleration because the toy car is accelerating fast when it is coming down. The last force would be gravity because the gravity is making the toy car slower and stops the toy car.
Gravity: If there have no gravity, the car will flow away. Friction: If there have no friction the car will keep going and never stop.Acceleration How hard you pull or push how far can it go.
There are many forces that hit the car as it goes down the ramp. One of the first ones is acceleration. Acceleration occurs when a object (the toy car) increases speed. Another force is the gravity. Everything on Earth can't compete with gravity unless its a rocket or a very powerful machine/ instrument. The toy car, is neither of these things. It would make sense for it to go very fast towards the ground depending on how steep the ramp is. When you measure gravity, you have to know how steep the ramp is and how heavy the object is. TYet another force is air resistance. For this you need to know how big the object is in size. If it is quite wide, the air pressure will be quite strong, and therefore taking it longer to come down the ramp. If the object is more streamline and straight, it will come down much more quickly. The last force is friction. The car will zoom along the ramp creating a friction with its wheels to the ramp. If the car is going very fast, the bottom of the wheels will be warm. The surface of the ramp must be smooth or there will not be as much friction.
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The force acting is Force of gravity,Thrust and acceleration
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i think its gravity, acceleration,and thrust that makes the car move. Without any of them the wouldn't move.
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i need help if weight was added to a toy care would it affect the distance of the car
Friction, Gravity, Air Resistance/Drag
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