One experiment used in Physics is a ball rolling down a spiral track. When the ball gets to the end, it will go straight off because the curve of the track is gone.
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PHYSICS IS BASEDON THEORIES AND MATH. Spinting in based on theoretical limit on a how long a person can run a specific distance in and what top speed a human can reach. WR- 100m- 9.58 200m 19.19 400m 43.18
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I'm not too sure about the advanced physics of this, but I know that it is desired for Maglev trains to not touch the track so that their speed can be maximised, and so there is no wear and tear of the track and contact. The speed would be maximised because if you don't touch the track there is no friction. Even wheels are slowed by friction so the only way to completely eliminate it is to have no friction.
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There are multiple physics that go into and explain the motions and forces behind the running and jumping of track and field hurdles. These are the forces needed for jumping, forward motion in flight, and landing. Other physical quantitative measures include velocity, acceleration and height.
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