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what will happen if there is too much mass in the cars on a roller coaster?

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  1. The roller coaster will fall down?

    What do you mean here. What exactly is the right amount of mass? Is there a too little mass?

    Maybe too much mass prevents the car from being towed up the first high hill to start the rolling process.

    I have no idea what you are asking.

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