There are a few math concepts involved with roller coaster design. Algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and calculus are all used. Calculations of kinetic and potential energies must be done. Velocities and accelerations must be computed. Lateral and vertical forces must be figured. Newton's three laws of motion are evident when observing a roller coaster. All three laws can be represented mathematically to some extent. The formula for his second law is known by anyone who has taken high-school physics: F = ma, where F is force, m is mass, and a is acceleration.
Well This is going to be a interesting answer. Calculate how big it will be then add or mutiply your answer and then start to build. thanks for listening to dumb dumb 101.
you have to know alot of math and get a licsense in building you need to know a lot about architecture and mechanics on how to make the ride stable without it collapsing.
Its used to build a rollercoster you need math - measurment and metric and imperial systems, for example the width of it and the height of it need to be measured so that the rollorcoaster can be build in the amount of space you have.
Geometry is involved in a roller coaster because you will need to figure out how big the roller coaster, how wide it is, how it will be made up, how long the track it is going to be which affects the speed, and that's just a bit. Try brainstorming yourself, and remember: Everything has to do with math.
Easy as pie and im rubish at math 3498 workings: the 52470 tickets divided by the 15 tickets = 3498 people solz if im wrong
The acceleration of the roller coaster would be 88 MPH. This was figured out by doing math.
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Math and fashion design relate because in fashion design you make measure ments and that relates to math.
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It relates to math because it has to do with numbers.