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Generally, a light toy car is expected to be faster than a heavy toy car. The lighter weight reduces friction and allows for quicker acceleration. However, other factors like the design, wheels, and propulsion mechanism can also influence the speed of the toy cars.

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Yes, heavier cars would have a lot of force, gravity would push it down with seemingly, down the inclined plane

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a heavy toy car

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Will the mass of a toy car affect the car's speed?

The mass of a toy car will affect its speed. A lighter car will accelerate faster than a heavier car, assuming all other factors (such as the force applied) are constant. However, once in motion, a heavier car may maintain its speed better due to its inertia.


A heavy toy car will travel further than a light toy car?

Not necessarily. The distance a toy car travels depends on various factors like the force applied, the surface it's moving on, and the friction. A heavier toy car may have more momentum, but a lighter toy car may be able to move faster with less effort.


Why does a heavy toy car go faster than a lighter toy car and get acorss a jump?

A heavier toy car is better to go down a ramp and make a jump better than a light car because the heavier the toy car is, the faster gravity will force it to roll down the ramp, and with all its speed, be able to make the jump. Of course, you wouldn't want to make the toy car so heavy so that it barely or doesn't move at all. Just like drops of water when it's raining outside and a few drops hit your window. The heavier drops drip off faster than the smaller ones, and that goes the same with cars, too.


Does a heavier toy car go faster than a lighter toy car?

If there's a slope down the faster one would be the heavy one. On a flat surface with no slope, the light one may start off much quicker; Although, the lighter one has a higher chance of flipping over.


If a toy car has weight added to it and then sent down a ramp will it go slower or faster?

If the toy car's ramp is on 45 degrees and if the toy car is put on some weight, the toy car will go faster because it goes faster, which makes the car go further.


How does the car move faster than a toy car?

because the little toy car doesn't move by its self


What makes a toy car go faster?

An engine;)


Does a toy car fall faster than a pencil?

yes


Does toy car weight determine toy car speed?

Mass (and weight) certainly does have an impact. Other factors that come into play are how much energy the engine exerts (a toy car with an engine that exerts the same amount of energy as a more massive toy car can travel faster on the same surface) and how much friction is generated by the wheels and the surface the toy car is traveling on. If the (toy) car is going down a ramp,if you add say another two or so grams, the car will travel faster


Why a toy car can't go faster than a real car?

because a toy car has smaller wheels and is remote controlled and a real car has bigger wheels and runs on gas


What is the effect of surface material on how far a toy car will roll from the bottom of a ramp?

If the surface material is smoother and slipperier, the toy car will go faster. However, if the surface material is bumpier, then the toy car will not go as far.


Does a toy car go faster with more weight?

Only if it is going downhill.