Posted by **Margaret** on Tuesday, December 6, 2011 at 1:44pm.

A red bead releasd from rest at height H slides down a wire without sticking to a green bead initally at rest. The mass of the green bead is half that of the stuck together beads both continue to slide down the wire and then slide back up. With the starting height of the green bead, how high will the stuck-together beads climb before coming to rest?

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