Car Crashes!<br />Owww I just crashed because I was speeding<br />
Pause<br />
Both Red Car & Blue Car, both a medium mass,<br /> Have Unbalanced  Forces, <br />Because the cars are moving.<br />The pe...
Here The Forces on the Red car,<br /> Blue car & Mr. Pedestrian change<br />The impact of the crash causes another force o...
The blue car also has forces change,<br />The car is already moving when it hits the red car in the safety zone, but had a...
The pedestrian is hit by the red car.<br />The impact of the red car makes<br />the pedestrian follow the same course<br /...
The End<br />By Schan, Jess & Mitchell<br />
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Jess mitchell schan motion & force

  1. 1. Car Crashes!<br />Owww I just crashed because I was speeding<br />
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  3. 3. Pause<br />
  4. 4. Both Red Car & Blue Car, both a medium mass,<br /> Have Unbalanced Forces, <br />Because the cars are moving.<br />The pedestrian, smaller mass,<br />has an Unbalanced force as well,<br />Just not as much speed.<br />But Green car has Balanced Forces<br />Because it is not moving.<br />
  5. 5. Here The Forces on the Red car,<br /> Blue car & Mr. Pedestrian change<br />The impact of the crash causes another force on the red car,<br />making it change from 4 tyres, to just the 2 right ones.<br />Also altering the course.<br />
  6. 6. The blue car also has forces change,<br />The car is already moving when it hits the red car in the safety zone, but had already began to brake.<br />The Crumple zone of the blue car crumples,<br />but that isn’t enough to slow down the blue car completely<br />so the blue car continues<br />but on a different course slower & spinning out of control.<br />
  7. 7. The pedestrian is hit by the red car.<br />The impact of the red car makes<br />the pedestrian follow the same course<br />because it is the greater force & mass.<br />But the forces on the green car stay the same, It still hasn’t moved.<br />
  8. 8. The End<br />By Schan, Jess & Mitchell<br />

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