Gravity and friction or lack of it. Gravity both starting and stopping your down hill trek. Trees. Trees are a force to be reckoned with.
friction and gravity affect snow skiing because skiing uses sliding friction which rubs against the snow to make it slippery. friction also affects skiing because it allows you to go up hill. gravity keeps you down and able to go down a hill. gravity also affects skiing because it makes it harder to go uphill.
This is called "friction"..
Newton's second law deals with mass and force as it relates to acceleration. Acceleration down the hill is the main part of skiing, which skiers can affect by changing their mass or the force they use to push themselves down the hill.
No. A rock rolls down a hill due to the force of gravity, also known as gravitic force.
The force is the mass of the soil times the acceleration down the hill due to gravity.
down the hill. the force of gravity pulls you down.
Friction and gravity
The energy is from the force of gravity pushing the object down the hill, without gravity the object would not fall. The object would remain in place until acted upon by an outside force.
if there is friction on the hill it will slow you down
If nobody pushed it, then it had to be either gravity or the wind.
Rocks fall because of gravity. Gravity is the force that brings things back to earth. Rocks on a slope, mountain, hill, etc. fall or roll down the hill with gravity. Also, mudslides and other things can push rocks down.
Gravity in conjunction with friction.
The Honda slows down when going up a hill because a mighty force called gravity is pulling it down. Gravity pulls everything down, so the car needs lots of force to struggle against the strong pull. That time you need to step on the gas pad more harder, and this is what happens if you take a bus up a very steep hill.
*Cross country* skiing is where you are skiing on flat terrain. It's much more work than skiing down a hill.
when you are skiing down a hill and you want to slow down
It involves the forces of Gravity. It also involves Friction and Inertia.
skiing is......... going down hill on snow using skies to guid you
Turn you skis to dig into the snow and point them up hill.
In the Alps in the 1880:s.