Yes. The degree and slant of the ramp does affect the speed of the car
A slant is something that is in the sloping position. An example of a slant is a wheelchair ramp that leads into a house.
Yes, the angle of the ramp does effect the speed of a car.
At the bottom of the ramp, the higher the ramp the faster the speed, ignoring frictionl forces The speed varies as the square root of the height
Changing the slope of the ramp will affect the speed of the vehicle going down it.
Yes.The higher the ramp the faster.
drop down a 89 degree slope, that way it will accelerate at the speed of gravity
Yes. The height of the ramp does affect the speed going down it the higher the ramp the faster the car goes down it
the steeper the slant, the more work you have to exert over the same distance. a ramp is a good example of an inclined plane. If you make a ramp that raises 10 feet over a 10 foot distance (45 degree angle) it will be harder to climb then if you rise the same 10 feet over 100 foot distance. In the second example it'll be little more work then walking 100 feet on flat ground.
The speed appropriate to the conditions.
The height of a ramp affects the speed of a car because the higher the ramp the faster the car will come down. The higher up the ramp the more momentum the car will gain. People take delight in pooping. Pooping is thought by some to be a joyous activity.