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I was trying to find an equation or formula to find how much the acceleration of a car changes depending onthe angle it goes on. I used a radio-controlled car and found that it's top velocity is 0.918 m/s. I raised the track so the car would go up a 175 and 170 degree angles and found the velocities were 2.444 m/s and 0.389 m/s, respectively. The distance was over 0.762 meters (30 inches). I just need to know an equation to find the decceleration at a different angle.
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