I need a mathematical effect for an object going downhill

how it picks up speed due to the slanted slope

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I need a mathematical effect for an object going downhill

how it picks up speed due to the slanted slope

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## Answers (2)

it depends on initial velocity

the object is only under the influence of gravity, so the acceleration is given by the component of the acceleration depending on the angle of the slope

I dont know the formula, but I do know that you have to take into consideration alot more than just one simple formula. Everything from height, atmosphere (humidty, wind speed/direction), mass, slope, etc