# Air Race

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## Introduction: Air Race

Our game is called Air Race, this is because the two cars will be flown into the air and the own furthest will be the winner but there is a twist with how will they win there will be various types of tracks that can affect the car’s velocity in the air and the distance traveled by car.

In this game, the player also observes projectile motion. Projectile refers to an object that travels through the air after being thrown or projected, which has a single force acting upon it, the force of gravity. The projectile motion refers to the motion of an object that is subject only to the acceleration of gravity. The car will be thrown in the air when it passes the bumpy road and ramps in the race track game. Those bumpy roads and ramps will help the player to reach the finish line faster since it allows the car to travel through the air and be able not to pass all of the roads.

The other physics applied in our game is free-fall motion. A free-falling object is an object that is falling because of the sole influence of gravity. While free fall is an object that is acting upon the force of gravity. The car will encounter free-fall motion when it is in the air. While in the air the car will feel no air pressure so it tends to be pulled down by gravity. The race tracks will let the car fly up, those race tracks will be the obstacles the cars will encounter.

## Supplies

1 whole cardboard

1 Toy car

2 Modeling clay

1 Paint (yellow)

1 Spray paint (black)

Paint

Brush

Scissors

Glue

## Step 2: Cut Your Preferred Size of Cardboard for the Base/foundation.

Then, as an optional procedure, paint it with the color you want it to look like.

## Step 5: Get the Clay and Cut It Into Small Pieces Then Paste It Anywhere (base and Bridge).

NOTE: It depends on you how many small pieces of clay you want to put in the cardboard.

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