How does changing the incline of a hill affect the speed of a car?
A high hill will usually slow a car more than a low hill will, if the angle of the incline is the same, and if you don't mess around with the accelerator pedal. Read More
The incline of a hill is its slope. The term slope is also used in math. Read More
There was a steep incline near the top of the hill. Read More
because it makes the motor work harder to pull ur fat ass up that hill Read More
Describe an experiment you could perform to determinethe average speed of a toy car rolling down an incline?
roll a car down a hill Read More
The 'Incline' of the hill was extremely steep and I was not able to walk up to the summit. Read More
a stair case, a ramp, a hill, a screw has an incline plane, its just rapped around it. Read More
An object can be accelerated even though its speed remains constant give an example of such a situation?
An example of an object being accelerated even though its speed remains constant is a car traveling down a hill. Even if the driver maintains constant pressure, the car will accelerate due to the incline of the hill. Read More
a grade is an incline or decline in elevation... like a hill Read More
Suppose Sharon rides her bike at a speed of 10 ms as she rides up a hill her speed decreases to 5 ms is her acceleration positive or negative?
I would say positive, as she starts the incline of the hill, she has to pedel harder and harder, whilst doing this she would be slowing down, so yeah, positive Read More
Ground that has a natural incline, as the side of a hill. Read More
Newton's second law deals with mass and force as it relates to acceleration. Acceleration down the hill is the main part of skiing, which skiers can affect by changing their mass or the force they use to push themselves down the hill. Read More
It's easier because your not going up the hill at such a steep incline. Read More
Yes. Coasting downhill, the steeper the grade, faster the speed. Read More
Things like descending a very tall hill or turns affect the speed of a roller coaster. Riding down the hills increases speed, and turns slow the coaster down. Read More
The incline of the hill was very imperceptible, I could barely tell it was slanted at all! Read More
You wouldn't want to be going down an incline (a hill) and find you have no brakes! Read More
it is a large hillock and a small mountain a very small incline in altitiude and then back down the other side. Read More
Momentum is the product of mass and velocity which infers motion taking place. If the bike was moving then yes it would make it go downhill. The real culprit would be gravity if the bike was not already in motion. The hill is an incline and the bike is being pulled by gravity down that incline. Read More
dude, think before you ask a question. if you had to push a 500 pound wheel up a steep hill would it be easy? of course not. so no, a steep incline or a long gradual incline would not make the job of pushing a heavy object easier. sometimes i am amazed at peoples stupidity. Read More
Yes. a rollercoaster has nothing pulling it forward but gravity. that is why the first hill is always the highest, so the car will gather enough speed to continue the track.also by loops it will change velocity Read More
Yes,if you are going at 100 mph and you go down a steep hill your speed on speedometer does not go higher but your car actually gains speed no it does not, the height of the ramp affects the distance ,not the speed.Laws of physics apply here. Read More
You should only use an emergency break if, A: Your breaks have stopped working or B: You are parked on an incline/hill Read More
A car travels up a hill at a constant speed of 45 km perh and returns down the hill at a constant speed of 61 km per h Calculate the average speed?
53 Read More
any vehicle will roll on incline if brake is not used sort of like a tennis ball will roll down a hill if nuthin there to stop it if you use the transmission in idle to hold you on slight incline, all you are doing is wearing out components .brakes are made to hold vehicle still, transmission is to move you not hold you Read More
The higher the ramps incline in affects how much work the engine has to put out. climbing up an average driveway requires very little from and average car. Going off-roading and going up steep hills means that the engine has to be able to put a lot more force on (FWD/RWD/AWD/4WD) to get up the hill. That means the engine needs to pump faster so that the wheels can push/pull the weight of the car… Read More
yes leave it in gear as well just in case it fails if automatic turn wheels towards the curb if parking with the nose of car facing down the hill and away if the back of car is facing down the hill Read More
A parking brake system A is not required if your service brakes are fully functional B must be able to hold your car on a hill or incline C Both A and B?
A is false. You have to have a parking brake. B is true, the parking brake has to be able to hold the vehicle on an incline. C can't be, as you have to have a parking brake. Read More
As a ball rolls downa hill. the acceleration depends on the slope of the hill. IF the slope decreases, the acceleration decreases. The ball's speed is still increasing, but at a slower rate. Read More
The word ascent is a noun, a singular, common, concrete noun; a word for a climb or walk to the summit of a mountain or hill; an upward slope or incline; a word for a thing. Read More
You will burn some more calories going at a steep incline, but it depends on the distance and length of time that you are going for, too. Read More
the barrel could have one side weighted on the inside and then pushed up a slight incline so that it traveled up a slightly inclined hill. Read More
What would be causing a 86' 2.8 liter v6 to pop sputter and jerk almost like back firing when trying to get up to speed or when climbing a hill trying to keep up the required speed tuneup didn't help?
first try changing your fuel filter, if that does't help check your distributor Read More
Is it changing from kinetic energy to potential energy Read More
speed is a scalar and velocity a vector. Yes, they have equal speeds in the direction of the vector. If you run up a hill at 10 mph the speed and velocity in the direction up hill are the same, but the horizontal speed and vertical speed are different. Read More
it was important Read More
You can tell if a landform has a steep or gentle slope by looking at it. If the hill is small, it is not steep. A steep slope would be at more of an incline. Read More
The speed will increase. Read More
When going down a hill, you will pick up much more speed than if on flat roads. If you don't have brakes, you have very little chance of slowing down if something/someone goes infront of your path. The handlebars of a bike don't really affect the speed of the bike, that is more to do with navigation. Read More
If she's coasted down the hill at some speed, then she'll be carrying kinetic energy at the bottom of the hill. Read More
It will go slower up hill and faster down hill. Read More
A speed bike tops a hill at 3.50 ms and accelerates steadily down the hill until reaching a speed of 11.4 ms after 4.20 seconds How far did the bike travel during this period?
31.30 Read More
Must be able to hold your car on a hill or incline, and usually consists of a cable or system of cables that will operate a ratchet on the rear brakes. NOT part of the hydraulic brake system. Read More
It could be any of the available gears, depending on the steepness of the hill and the speed of the vehicle Read More
It does if it is on wheels Read More
acceleration Read More
Depends on the slope. Read More