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Students investigate accelerated motion using a totally reusable system with six foot tubular ramps, toy cars, bearings, and other required materials. This simple apparatus allows students to use timed trials to measure gravitational acceleration and the car/ball coefficient of friction. High school curriculum includes kinetic and static coefficients of friction as well as bodies on inclined planes. Includes instructor manual, reproducible stepwise student instructions, guided calculations including graphing of data and calculation of error, assessment questions, sample data, and complete answer keys. Appropriate for any level Physics course (including AP) as well as general science courses. Includes separate problem sets for general science and higher level Physics courses.