There are more variables to determine this correctly. How much rolling resistance? How smooth is the surface? Weight of the toy?
If the toy does not roll easily it could just sit on the ramp and never move at all. If rolling the toy across carpet it will go less distance then on a surface that is smooth as glass.
The volume of a cylinder is its surface (a circle) times its height. This comes down to: (Pi x r2) x h.Pi is about 3,14~, r is the radius of the circle and h is the height of the cylinder.It is important to make sure that the values for radius and height are in the same type of unit (so centimeters or meters for example) to prevent calculation errors.Example: A cylinder with a radius of 5 cm and a height of 10 cm would have a volume of (Pi x 10) x 10 = 314 cm3 (cubic centimeters).
A hand is a unit of measurement that is typically used with horses. A hand is equivalent to four inches. To measure the height of a horse, measure from the top of the withers (high point where the mane starts on the back) down to their legs.
it all depends on the height of either the ramp or how far up the ramp the toy car rolls from
If and only if all of the thrust is in the opposite direction of the gravity vector ("straight down"). If any of the thrust has horizontal component, it will travel a distance but lose height.
This is not possible, as 4mL is a liquid volume and centimeters is a solid length.
Assuming that the cross section of the candle is the same everywhere (as you go down, or up), the volume is equal to the base area times the height. If you have a way to find out the base area, you can divide the volume by this base area to find the height.
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For the men's 110 meter hurdle race the hurdles are 3 feet, 6 inches (1.067 meters) in height. For the men's 400 meter hurdle race the hurdles are 3 feet (91.4 centimeters) in height. For the women's 400 meter hurdle race the hurdles are 2 feet, 6 inches (76.2 centimeters) in height.
It is 9.8 centimeters (less than 9.85 is rounded down)
Scroll down to related links and look at "Inches and centimeters in comparison".
1 inch = 2.54 centimeters 1 foot = 12 inches 6 feet = 182.88 centimeters, whether standing up or lying down.
If you are talking about a car rolling down a ramp then yes. The taller the ramp the more momentum the car will create there for the car will travel farther and faster.