Science Forces StoryBoard
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Do we have to?
Since you don't know about magnetism, friction, gravity, and elastic force, I'll teach you
Here we are, at the amusement park to learn how the forces of gravity act on the rides!
Can't we just ride the rides?
Gravity is a non-contact force that the Earth exerts. It keeps everything on Earth. For example, when the rides go up, gravity pulls the car back to earth
We're at this parking lot to learn about the properties of Friction and magnetism. To start, Friction is the sliding of objects on top of each other.
It takes a greater force to get an object moving than to keep it in motion, For example, the car's motor has to exert more force to get it moving than keeping its speed
Now, magnetism. Magnets have poles that attract and retract. The Earth is also a giant magnet with a magnetic field. Cars that are made of steel like this one are magnetic
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