A Tale of FrictionTeachEnginneringDesign...Design and construct simple roller coasters that consider the friction present, using a flexible material like foam pipe insulation as the coaster’s path and a marble. Suggested LearningEstimated Time to Consume Resource...Time3 : 15 HoursEstimated Cost for Resource...CostFreeName of Skill (Mousever Context in applying Skill...SkillsItensity and Frequency in Applying Skill...FocusLevel of Difficulty in Applying Skill...LevelEducation / Higher Education / Training Standards Applying Skill...StandardSkill Points Earned After Completing Requirements...PointsTechnicalPhysicsFocus: 43%Intermediate11TransferableMathematicsFocus: 29%Intermediate7TransferableProblem SolvingFocus: 14%Intermediate3TransferableAccuracyFocus: 14%Intermediate3...Total Skill Points:24Facts and Information and Perspectives Learned...Knowledge GainEstimate the effect of friction for a spherical body rolling on an incline. Use free-body diagrams to analyze the friction force acting on a body rolling on an incline. Live Link to the Resource...Resource Linkhttps://www.teachengineering.org/lessons/view/ind-1996-friction-force-Skills Label™ Patent 11587190 skillslabel.com
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