The Physics of Skateboarding
Skateboarding is a sport in which somebody rides a board that is made out of different layers of wood and has wheels on it. Skateboarding has been around since the early 1950's and originated from surfing. There is a surprising amount of physics involved in this sport. All of Newton's laws, momentum, projectile motion, rolling friction, sliding friction, static friction, air resistance, gravity, potential and kinetic energy, and work are all involved in skateboarding and how skateboarding works altogether. I will explain the physics involved in riding around on a skateboard, the physics of different tricks and techniques, and also the physics of why one would fall while skateboarding.
There are many principles of physics involved in riding around on a skateboard. …
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