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# Bicycle going 10 ms on a flat road demonstrates energy?

Updated: 9/27/2023

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Jordan Biddle

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yes. and that is extremely fast!

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### What form of energy does a bicycle coasting along a flat road best demonstrate?

Conservation of momentum.

### What is a false flat in bicycle racing?

It is where the road looks flat but is actually a gradual climb.

### When to use the word has or have?

Examples... We both have bicycles. I have a brand new bicyle. He has an old bicycle. His bicycle has a flat tyre. My bicycle has good tyres.

### Is a bicycle tire going flat a physical change?

Yes because it doesnt pop it just starts to lose air the more you use it

### How much energy is consumed by a moving car and a bicycle moving the same distance?

Technically, an object moving at a constant speed on a flat surface doesn't gain or lose any energy. (Also technically, energy is never 'consumed'; it only changes from one form to another, or gets transfered from one body to another.) If a car and a bicycle both roll down the same ramp, the car has more energy of motion when they reach the bottom. If a car and a bicycle are both standing at a stop light, both take off when the light changes, and both accelerate together to 10 mph, the caruses more energy than the bicycle to get up to the same speed.

### How could you get a flat tire on your bicycle?

By rolling over glass or any sharp object.

Nothing lol ha

### How does kinetic energy work in riding a bicycle?

If it is at rest, it will stay at rest UNLESS an outside force is applied to change its condition. If it is in motion, it will continue being in motin UNLESS an outide force is applied to change its condition. This was our topic in science.

### What is the reflector on a bike?

A reflector basically is something that causes incoming energy to bounce back in the same but opposite direction that it came from. Bicycle reflectors are fairly small plastic, flat things located on the front, back, side and sometimes on the pedals of the bicycle. The reflectors have small mirror-like surfaces that become very bright when something like the light from a car hits them, making the bicycle easier to spot.