Roller coaster Physics

A set of rules that run the roller-coaster
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#1  Buttons  20 seconds  7% correct rate  

What kind of energy is in bouncing ball?

Mechanical Energy

Kinetic energy Only

Potential Energy only

Elastic energy

The ball is in motion so it's have mechanical energy (both K.E and P.E).

#2  Buttons  20 seconds  55% correct rate

What form of energy is stored in the rubber band?

Elastic Potential energy

Gravitational Energy

Kinetic Energy

Rotational kinetic energy

The stretch rubber band has stored Potential Energy in it.

#3  Buttons  20 seconds  22% correct rate  

What form of energy of the car at start?

Kinetic Energy

Potential Energy

Fuel Energy

Stored Energy

The Car has Kinetic energy. The energy of motion.

#4  Buttons  20 seconds  68% correct rate

The moving car goes into loop, what form of energy does it have?

Kinetic Energy and Potential Energy

Kinetic energy Only

Potential Energy only

K.E and P.E cancelled each other

The car has both Kinetic and Potential energies.

#5  Buttons  20 seconds  30% correct rate  

What happened when car reaches the top of the loop, what form energy does it has?

Both Kinetic and Potential Energy

Maximum Potential Energy

Minimum Kinetic energy

Gravitational Potential Energy only

The car has both Kinetic and Potential energies. Since the speed of the car is not zero.

#6  Buttons  20 seconds  28% correct rate  

When car exits the loop what kind of energy does it have?

Maximum Kinetic Energy

Maximum Potential Energy

Minimum Kinetic energy

both Kinetic & Potential Energy

The car only has Kinetic energy due to its motion.

#7  Buttons  20 seconds  24% correct rate  

When car hits the block and come to stop what form of energy is not involved?

Potential Energy

Kinetic Energy

Heat Energy

Sound Energy

Heat and sound energy will produce in this collision and some kinetic energy is transferred to block.

#8  Buttons  20 seconds  39% correct rate

In this whole experiment what physics law is conserved?

Law of Conservation of energy

Law of conservation of momentum

Law of conservation of mass

Law of conservation of speed

Law of conservation of energy: the amount of energy is conserved but energy changes from one form to another form.

#9  Buttons  20 seconds  48% correct rate

What force is needed for circular motion?

Centripetal Force

Normal force

Weight of the object

Centrifugal Force

A centripetal force is a force that makes a body follow a curved path and directed inward toward the center of rotation

#10  Buttons  20 seconds  42% correct rate

What kind of motion the car is in when it goes around the loop?

Circular motion

Rotatory Motion

Periodic motion

curvilinear motion

Circular motion is a special case of curvilinear motion in which the radius of rotation remains constant