HOW DO YOU Slow down erosion on a hill?
Make irrigation systems like levees or dikes
Describe what happens to potential energy and the kinetic energy of a ball as it rolss down a hill from a position of rest at the top of the hill?
Erosion reduces top soil. Top soil fosters plant growth, which acts as a carbon sink. So erosion should actually increase the greenhouse effect rather than slow it down. It is possible mineral salts and lighter aeolian depositions on eroded landscapes could increase earth's albedo, reflecting more light back into space, which could have a slight cooling effect.
Do tomatoes love to grow downhill without cages if they do how do you build a raised bed on an existing slope that will not have an erosion problem?
Tomatoes generally do better with cages. Otherwise the tomatoes on the ground are more prone to bugs and rotting where they are on the ground. However, downhill shouldn't hurt them, but you'll want to make the raised beds with the slope, and try and cut them to be as flat as possible to help block erosion. Another way to help erosion is to put rocks on the higher part of the hill which will slow…
There are many forces that can slow down a car. The one most people think of is friction in the brakes. The brakes squeeze the wheel rotors, which slows down the car. There is also a small force of air resistance on the car when it is moving, and that will slow it down slightly. Another force that can slow down a car is gravity, when a car is going up a hill.