In school mechanics it does not. The force acting on the car is directly proportional to its mass (its weight adjusted for the incline of the ramp). The acceleration of the car is inversely proportional to this force. The overall result is that the mass of the car does not affect its motion.
In more advanced mechanics, where friction and drag are taken into account, things start getting more complicated.
Yes, it affects the friction.
The gravitational force is.
The length of the downward sloping side of the ramp would be 18 feet approximately this is pythagarus theorem of the sum of squares. the answer should in fact be the number corresponding to the square root of (10*10+15*15).
how does increasing the height of a ramp affect how far a ball rolls down the ramp
All of them are the same in a general prespetive unless you add or take away weight.
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
Changing the slope of the ramp will affect the speed of the vehicle going down it.
at the top of the ramp the toy has a certain amount of potential energy. The amount of this energy depends on the height of the ramp and the weight of the toy. (The toy's weight is dependent on its mass and the force of gravity.) As the toy rolls down the ramp this potential energy is converted to two other types of energy: Kinetic energy and heat energy. The amount of heat energy depends on friction and air resistance. The lower the total resistance the more kinetic energy, and the more speed, the toy has at the bottom of the ramp.
Yes. The height of the ramp does affect the speed going down it the higher the ramp the faster the car goes down it
A plastic toy car
it all depends on the height of either the ramp or how far up the ramp the toy car rolls from
There are three possible hypotheses:Smaller wheels means car rolls slower.Wheel size makes no difference.Smaller wheels means car rolls faster.Take your pick and then use the data to test your hypothesis.
Dependant variable Height of the ramp