In lecture, you studied the motion of an object that slides down a ramp under the influence of Earth’s gravitational force. In the absence of friction–say, on an air-table–the acceleration of the sliding object depends only on the inclination of the ramp; the size, shape, and other properties of the object do not matter as long as friction is negligible.For an object that rolls down a ramp without slipping, the situation is different. For example, one property of the rolling object that affects its acceleration is roundness. The more round the object is, the greater its acceleration as it rolls down the ramp (all other factors being held fixed). In this project, you will address the following question: Other than roundness, what properties affect the acceleration of an object as it rolls down a ramp?Specifically, your group must choose two properties to investigate. You should be able to vary each property while holding other independent properties constant. Ideally, you should have some way of quantifying your chosen properties. Do not choose properties like “color” that clearly have no effect on acceleration.