When the roller coaster is at the peak then the potential energy will be at it's max and as the roller coaster goes downhill then the potential energy will decrease and the kinetic energy will increase.
Every higher version of Roller Coaster Tycoon, has more rides, more scenery and many other things.
Gravity affects roller coasters by attracting the coaster to the bottom of each drop and balancing out on every part due to the acceleration of the coaster
no because its could be a theme park for people who do not like roller coasters.
I don't know much about roller coasters, but I know that on every roller coaster there is a CDS (coaster drive system), a chain, a cable (on rollercoasters powered by electricity) a motor and a gearbox.
that would depend on the weight of every person, and the weight of the roller coaster..and also the speed at which they are traveling
According to Roller Coaster Database (www.rcdb.com) there are 3364 roller coasters in the world, 768 of which are in North America. But those numbers change every time a coaster is built or demolished, which can happen quickly.
I've played skate 3 almost every day for a few months now, and I can assure you there is no roller coaster. It would be pretty awesome if there was, but there isn't. Hope this helps!
yea, i have vista and play it when im bored every once in a while
you get stars in every track like me and go very fast
well, for the thrill rides the tallest you have to be is 1.4 metres
All roller coasters have at least one hill and one drop. Most roller coasters also have turns as well. Inversions (going upside down) is typical on steel coasters and rare on wooden ones. Their is always some way to start a roller coaster, a chain or hydraulic launch systems are some. Brakes are on every roller coaster as well.
Roller coasters are variable motion. Something that has variable motion when they have different distances and speeds in an equal period of time. Going uphill, roller coasters are sort of slow but going downhill, the roller coaster starts to accelerate. The roller coaster takes the same track every time and only goes through it once so, it has equal time periods. By traveling at 2 different speeds during equal time periods, you have variable motion.
potential when it starts ,then kinetic when it starts to move ,then lights if the roller coaster has lights ,then heat because of the friction between the tracks of the roller coaster and the actual car and it also has heat because every thing has heat energy no matter what
Every roller coaster demonstrates all of those. The challenge is not in how to build it.The challenge is in how to watch it run and identify each of those principles in action.
A little less than 10%, roller coasters are safe, if you are nervous. They do checks along the track and on the machinery before a park opens every day.
Something that has variable motion travels different distances/ speed in equal periods of time. Going uphill, roller coasters are sort of slow but going downhill, the roller coaster starts to accelerate. The roller coaster takes the same track every time and only goes through it once so, it has equal time periods. By traveling at 2 different speeds during equal time periods, you have variable motion.
This depends on the roller coaster. Some roller coaster can get up to 2,000 riders per hour, which means they can handle around 50,000 riders per day! But other ride with 500 riders per hour would get around only 10,000. Plus breakdowns and park hours limiting when the ride is open, about 5,000-25,000 every day.
Gravity, because gravity effects everything. And Every action has an equal and opposite reaction.
Every disc has a different code. One code will not work under any circumstances.
Usually it's free. At an amusement park, you pay about 20 dollars to get in, and then every roller coaster and other rides are free. However, there may be some attractions that require you to pay a few dollars (like a sling shot ride, or go karts) to ride.
"The roller coaster ride was made even more interesting by his girlfriend interjecting a shriek or scream at every turn and drop".
Um, well, since roller coasters are powered by gravity, I'd have to say it dictates just about every aspect of the design, such as length, speed, g-force, etc.
Well, i think that the wildest wooden roller coaster is El Toro at six flags great adventure because it just does not ever let you rest. Also, the lift hill is very intimidating because it is so fast. Once you are at the top it forces you down into your seat and then ejects you from it at the top of the next hill every time. I am not sure about the wildest steel roller coaster though. Maybe the Intimidator 305 or something at Ceadar Point or Six flags magic mountain.
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You know..every commercial we look for the pirate hat and in the roller coaster one I don't see it either! However, when watching the commercial on youtube I saw that if you stop the video at 23 seconds you will see it behind the boy sitting behind the frat guy to the right. It's a flash but it is there....!
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