Why is it that when a car is moving and it turns you also turns?
Answer #1: A reference point should be stationary from the point of view of the observer. =============================== Answer #2: As soon as you said a "moving car", you showed us that you already have a reference point, and that the car is moving relative to it. If you want to use the car as a reference point, fine and dandy. Then the car is not moving. The pavement on the road, the trees, and the…
Suppose a train car moving down a track at 10 ms hits another train car that is not moving Explain how momentum is conserved after the collision?
Stars, which are constantly moving away from Earth, have a red tint to them because of the Doppler effect. Also, think of a car moving past you. If you're standing stationary on a sidewalk, and you hear a car approaching, passing, and then moving away from you, the pitch of the engine changes. This is also because of the Doppler effect.
When a car is moving, this creates a difference in the relative velocity of the car as compared to the surrounding air. This creates a wind that presses on the windscreen. It doesn't actually matter, in terms of the amount of pressure, whether the car is not moving and the air is moving, or the car is moving and the air is not moving, what matters is only the difference in velocity between the car…
If you're traveling in a car going in a straight line then your body is moving at the same speed and in the same direction as the car. If the car then turns to the right, your body still wants to keep moving forward in a straight line so it feels like you're being thrown to the left. Even the car itself wants to keep moving in a straight line as that is the force…
if you are in a car, moving at 100km/h you are also moving at 100km/h and lets say the driver suddenly applies the brake,you will slide forward and then slam back into the seat.....right?.......this because the car stops but you continue moving.......how?........because the brakes are applied to the car not you......that's why you should always put on your seatbelt.
Relative means it depends on the person's reference frame/point-of-view. For example, when you're in a moving car, your point-of-view tells you that the car is not moving at all (after all you're inside the car all the time, you only know the car is moving because the objects outside the car are moving against you). But another person standing on the sidewalk will see your moving car as moving at, say, 50 mph.
The purpose of a gasoline car engine is to convert gasoline into motion so that your car can move. Currently the easiest way to create motion from gasoline is to burn the gasoline inside an engine. Therefore, a car engine is an internal combustion engine -- combustion takes place internally. The engine turns the explosion that takes place into Horsepower & Torque. Torque gets the car moving and Horspower keeps it moving.
What do you think will give a greater damage a car hitting another moving car or car car hitting a steady car?
The amount of damage relates to the relative motion of the two cars. So, if the cars are moving in opposite directions when they collide, the relative motion and the resulting damage is greater; if they are moving in the same direction, then the relative motion and the resulting damage is less. A motionless car is intermediate between a car moving in the same direction and a car moving in an opposite direction.
It depends on which direction you are resolving the acceleration from. If you use the original direction of the car as it turns it is decelerating as the speed it is moving in that direction is decreasing. If you resolve from the direction which the car will be going towards then it is accelerating as its speed in that direction is increasing.
Generally, cars stop moving for one of three reasons. Most commonly, the driver has used the breaks. The car can collide with some heavy object, such as a tree. (Driving off a pier into the ocean also counts.) Or, the car has run out of gas and eventually will stop moving because of air resistance if for no other reason.