Why does a car goes backward in a hill?
Gravity pulls it down and the weight of a car is less dense than a hill and therefore it goes down
Potential energy decreases while kinetic energy increases as a car goes down a hill without braking. Read More
Gravity if you are coasting. Read More
Turn wheels to edge of road. If car starts to roll backward down hill, it will back off of the road. Read More
What stops a car from moving forward or backward Read More
It could mean that u want to turn back time. That you want to invent a back words car. Or you could have just have had a weird dream. Read More
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The kinetic energy of a roller coaster begins to increase as the car goes over the hill, and continues to increase down the hill, until it is greatest at the bottom of each hill. As it continues up the hill, kinetic energy decreases until the car reaches the top of the hill, when potential energy is at its maximum, and kinetic energy is at its minimum. Read More
Yes. As the car goes down the hill, the potential energy decreases and the kinetic energy increases. However, not all of the potential energy becomes kinetic energy. Some of it is lost to heat and sound energy. Read More
roll it up hill Read More
Race car. Read More
At the top of the first hill. When the roller coaster goes over the first hill nothing can be higher then that first drop. Read More
It is gravitational potential energy. Read More
A newborn in a car seat in the back seat of a car facing backward has the greatest chance of surviving a head-on impact without injury. Their head and neck are supported by the car seat, preventing whiplash. Read More
Car on hill a car on a hill a pecil on a hill Read More
Kinetic energy is stored Gravitatinal potential energy Read More
The accelerator in a car is meant to make the car move forward or backward depending on if the car is in drive or reverse. Read More
No. The car is applying a force to keep going up the hill and the hill and car are providing forces to keep it up. Read More
then you break the bumper, them someones gotta pay for damage! Read More
A racecar - and a Civic :) Read More
Sidewinder Read More
What direction is the acceleration when you use your brakes when rolling backward down a hill on a bike.?
you would be going north Read More
It goes forward in the spring time It goes backward in the fall time Read More
The odometer on a car showed 11911 a number that is the same forward or backward -what is the next greater number that can be read forward or backward?
12021 Read More
Its a car going down a hill with peacful music then it goes behind a tree. As you look closley in confusion A SCARY ZOMBIE COMES FROM THE SIDE OF THE SREEN AND SCREAMS WHILE SHAKING ITS HEAD Read More
Depending on what you mean there are two answers. A car being jumped with cables on backward will short out the car either blowing the electrical system and or causing sparks. If you are installing a battery in your car and you put the cables on backwards then you will either drain the battery or short out the car. Read More
false A car can have a negative acceleration and be speeding up. A negative acceleration determines the direction of the acceleration A car with forward acceleration will speed up in the forward direction A car moving forward with a negative acceleration will slow down A car not moving with a negative acceleration will speed up in the backward direction A car moving backward with a negative acceleration will speed up in the backward direction Read More
When a car going up hill on a one lane road comes across another car going down hill who should back up?
This isn't AS straight-forward as it sounds! When a vehicle at the bottom of a hill, before starting up the hill, sees a vehicle already coming DOWN, the vehicle's driver who wants to go UP should WAIT at the bottom of the hill. Period. However, if the vehicle wanting to go UP would end up sitting on railroad tracks while waiting, the driver should back up to the other side of the railroad tracks to… Read More
What are the main energy transfer sthat happen as a roller coaster cart travels along the track from the start of the ride to the end?
At the top of the hill the roller coaster car has potential energy and no kinetic energy but as the car goes down the hill the kinetic energy increases and the potential energy decreases. This pattern continues at every top and every bottom of each hill. A roller coaster track is built with each hill getting a little smaller each time as the car looses energy over each hill due to air resistance and friction… Read More
I'm sure there are many reasons that are possible, off the top of my head, 1) Low on fuel, the tilt of the tank does not allow fuel to get to the engine. 2) If the car has a carburetor, the float and float needle might stick when the car is not on a flat surface. 3) Electrical short in ignition wires only when weight of car shifts forward or backward. (you don't say if… Read More
Matthew Scott Hill goes by Hollywood. Read More