a 20 cm diameter 6 kg ball rolls without slipping along a horizontal floor at 4...
A solid ball of diameter 20.0 cm is rolling without slipping to the right as shown below. The initial period of the ball is 1.00 s. The height of the ramp is h = 0.500 m and it is at an angle of 40.0°. A) What is the period of the ball at the bottom of the incline? The ball now rolls without slipping up a ramp on the right that has an incline of 20.1° B) How high up...
A uniform hollow spherical ball of mass 1.75 kg and radius 40.0 cm rolls without slipping up a ramp that rises at 30.0° above the horizontal. The speed of the ball at the base of the ramp is 2.63 m/s. How do we know that acceleration of the ball is constant considering newtons second law of motion? we are not allowed to use conservation of energy. We are only to use newtons second law for rotation
A bowling ball rolls 1.9 m up a ramp without slipping. It has an initial speed of its center of mass of 5.3 m/s. and the ramp is 20.8 degrees up from the the horizontal. What is its speed at the top of the ramp?
help A uniform, spherical shell rolls without slipping along the floor and then up a ramp which is inclined at an angle of p. The shell momentarily stops when it has rolled a distance of d up along the ramp. (a) Find an equation for the initial translational speed of the shell. Your answer may include φ, d, and constants, but nothing else. (b) If the incline of the ramp is φ = 25° and the distance the shell rolls...
A uniform, solid sphere rolls without slipping along a floor, and then up a ramp inclined at 17º. It momentarily stops when it has rolled 0.85 m along the ramp. 1) Solve for an algebraic expression for the linear speed of the sphere. 2) What was the sphere's initial linear speed?
A bowling ball rolls 1.1 m up a ramp without slipping. It has an initial speed of its center of mass of 9.5 m/s, and the ramp is 27.2 degrees up from the horizontal. What is its speed at the top of the ramp? (HINT: Consider which approach is the best to use here: Kinematics+Dynamics or Energy?)
A bowling ball rolls 2.3 m up a ramp without slipping. It has an initial speed of its center of mass of 6.4 m/s, and the ramp is 17 degrees up from the horizontal. What is its speed at the top of the ramp? (HINT: Consider which approach is the best to use here: Kinematics+Dyna mics or Energy?)
QUESTION 1 A bowling ball rolls 2.3 m up a ramp without slipping. It has an initial speed of its center of mass of 7.9 m/s, and the ramp is 20.3 degrees up from the horizontal. What is its speed at the top of the ramp? (HIN T: Consider which approach is the best to use here: Kinematics+Dynamics or Energy?)
After you pick up a spare, your bowling ball rolls without slipping back toward the ball rack with a linear speed of V = 3.32 m/s, as shown in the figure below. VE? To reach the rack, the ball rolls up a ramp that rises through a vertical distance of h = 0.563 m. What is the linear speed of the ball when it reaches the top of the ramp?
A bowling ball rolls up a ramp 0.38 m high without slipping to storage. It has an initial velocity of its center of mass of 3.6 m/s. (a) What is its velocity at the top of the ramp (in m/s)?