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it all depends on the height of either the ramp or how far up the ramp the toy car rolls from

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Q: How far will a toy car travel after rolling down a ramp?

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If you are talking about a car rolling down a ramp then yes. The taller the ramp the more momentum the car will create there for the car will travel farther and faster.

A toy car rolling down a ramp has kinetic energy.

kinetic energy

Barring impediment from friction or obstruction, it will travel all the way down the ramp.

One factor is the height of the ramp. The higher the height of the ramp the further the car travels. Another factor is the surface of the ramp. With a rough surface on the ramp e.g sand paper the car travels a short distance. With a lubricated surface on the ramp e.g Vaseline the car will travel a very long distance.

- The slope and length of the ramp. - The rolling friction between the tires and the ramp/ground. - The air resistance (which is dependent on the velocity and geometrical shape of the car). - The direction and speed of the wind. - The smoothness of the ground (a rugged surface will slow the car down).

yes because Gravity is pulling it down and the heavier the mass the farther it will travel down the ramp. The heavier it is the more gravity has to pull down

Friction and gravity.

Gravity and friction !

There are more variables to determine this correctly. How much rolling resistance? How smooth is the surface? Weight of the toy? If the toy does not roll easily it could just sit on the ramp and never move at all. If rolling the toy across carpet it will go less distance then on a surface that is smooth as glass.

yes: because the higher the ramp is the fastest the toy car will travel the lower the ramp is the slower the toy car will go it all depends on the hight that your ramp is. Not the car beacause the toy car has its own ways of going fast and slow.

the steeper the ramp, the farther the car goes. if your ramp is flatter, it won't go as far.

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