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Acceleration on an Inclined Plane

What is the acceleration of an object down an inclined plane? What do the motion graphs of an object down an inclined plane look like? Galileo Galilei used inclined planes for his quantitative experiments into the nature of position, time, and acceleration.

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Acceleration on an Inclined Plane