# What affects the speed of a ball going down a ramp?

## What affects the speed of a ball going down a ramp?

The greater the angle of the incline the ball is rolling down, the greater velocity the ball will reach. The greater the mass of the ball, the greater velocity the ball will reach. The more centered the mass of the ball, the greater velocity the ball will reach.

## What factors can increase the speed of a ball rolling down a hill?

The change in speed on slopes is due to gravity. When going downhill, objects will accelerate (go faster), and when going uphill they will decelerate (slow down). On a flat surface, assuming that there is little friction, they will then maintain a constant speed.

**How do you solve rolling without slipping?**

It is worthwhile to repeat the equation derived in this example for the acceleration of an object rolling without slipping: aCM=mgsinθm+(ICM/r2). a CM = m g sin θ m + ( I CM / r 2 ) . This is a very useful equation for solving problems involving rolling without slipping.

### What kind of energy does a rolling ball have?

So when you roll a ball down a ramp, it has the most potential energy when it is at the top, and this potential energy is converted to both translational and rotational kinetic energy as it rolls down.

### What happens when static friction is overcome?

In static friction, the frictional force resists force that is applied to an object, and the object remains at rest until the force of static friction is overcome. In kinetic friction, the frictional force resists the motion of an object.

**Is energy conserved if there is friction?**

Conservation of mechanical energy states that the mechanical energy of an isolated system remains constant in time, as long as the system is free of all frictional forces. Though energy cannot be created nor destroyed in an isolated system, it can be internally converted to any other form of energy.

## What does it mean if energy is not conserved?

So when two different mass the objects, in after the action, they in the opposite direction, the formation of momentum and kinetic energy and its changes, that represents the two objects, the total kinetic energy in after its interaction, the changes that have happen. So the energy (kinetic energy) is not conserved.