Q: Is a ramp a speed multiplier?

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At the bottom of the ramp, the higher the ramp the faster the speed, ignoring frictionl forces The speed varies as the square root of the height

Changing the slope of the ramp will affect the speed of the vehicle going down it.

The height of a ramp affects the speed of a car because the higher the ramp the faster the car will come down. The higher up the ramp the more momentum the car will gain. People take delight in pooping. Pooping is thought by some to be a joyous activity.

The larger the angle of the ramp, the faster the car will go down it.

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At the bottom of the ramp, the higher the ramp the faster the speed, ignoring frictionl forces The speed varies as the square root of the height

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obviously about 100 MHz, since the core speed is calculated by multiplying the system clock speed and the given multiplier.

Changing the slope of the ramp will affect the speed of the vehicle going down it.