These are the sources and citations used to research Why is a loop on a rollercoaster a teardrop shape rather than a circular shape?. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on

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    Anon

    Your Bibliography: Web. 9 Jan. 2015.

  • Journal

    Craig, E. and Dansey, J.

    UNDER THE TRACKS: ROLLER COASTER MECHANICS AND SAFETY

    2012

    In-text: (Craig and Dansey 3)

    Your Bibliography: Craig, Elizabeth, and Jocelyn Dansey. "UNDER THE TRACKS: ROLLER COASTER MECHANICS AND SAFETY." (2012): 3. Print.

  • Website

    Philip Allan Magazines - Home

    2014

    In-text: ("Philip Allan Magazines - Home")

    Your Bibliography: "Philip Allan Magazines - Home." Magazinesonline.philipallan.co.uk. N.p., 2014. Web. 20 Nov. 2014.

  • Website

    Roller Coaster G-Forces

    In-text: ("Roller Coaster G-Forces")

    Your Bibliography: "Roller Coaster G-Forces." Physicsclassroom.com. Web. 24 Nov. 2014.

  • Journal

    Vallee, C., Ingraham, K., Christensen, C. and Goudie, J.

    The Roller Coaster: A Physics Phenomenon

    2011

    In-text: (Vallee et al.)

    Your Bibliography: Vallee, Caitee et al. "The Roller Coaster: A Physics Phenomenon." (2011): n. pag. Print.

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