# Click reset set hill 1 to 80 cm and click play does

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Chapter 2 / Exercise 5
Energy: Its Use and the Environment
Hinrichs/Kleinbach
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2.Click Reset(). Set Hill 1to 80 cm, and click Play. Does the car break the egg? Yes
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Chapter 2 / Exercise 5
Energy: Its Use and the Environment
Hinrichs/Kleinbach
Expert Verified
3.Click Reset. Lower Hill 1back to 70 cm and select the 50-gram toy car. Click
4.What factors seem to determine whether the car will break the egg?
Activity B: Energy on a roller coasterGet the Gizmo ready: Click Reset. Select the 50-g car.Check that the Coefficient of friction is 0.00.Set Hill 1 to 100 cm, and Hill 2and 3 to 0 cm.Question: How does energy change on a moving roller coaster?1.Observe: Turn on Show graphand select Evs tto see a graph of energy (E) versus time. Click Playand observe the graph as the car goes down the track.Does the total energy of the car change as it goes down the hill?
2.Experiment: The gravitational potential energy(U) of a car describes its energy of position. Click Reset. Set Hill 3to 99 cm. Select the Uvs tgraph, and click A.What happens to potential energy as the car goes down the hill? Play.