1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A car is on a ramp of angle theta with the horizontal with the front of the car pointing up the ramp. Its weight distribution is uneven so that more of its weight is towards the rear of the car therefore the center of mass is closer to the rear of the car. The car is very special in that the front wheel does not experience friction while the rear wheel is experiencing kinetic friction. The center of mass is also a height H above the ground. The car is in equilibrium. I was wondering if you have the car pointing downhill instead, will that change the angle theta to keep the car in equilibrium? Relative equations Moment = ΣFiXi 3. The attempt at a solution I have tried calculating the moment at the center of mass by including the normal forces from each of the wheels, and the frictional force from the rear wheel. I believe the moments in both situations are the same and therefore the angle should be the same to keep the car in equilibrium.