Free-fall rides are really made up of three distinct parts: the ride to the top, the
momentary suspension, and the downward plunge. In the first part of the ride,
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Some amusement park rides ... free-falling objects on the Earth to change their.
Have you ever played the "free-fall ride" in an amusement park? It is a very
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Simple toys that can be taken along on the rides are used to illustrate and
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Bumper. Cars: Collisions Carousel. Free-Fall. Ride. Pendulum. Ride. Roller.