Posted by **Sherry** on Saturday, July 7, 2012 at 2:39pm.

Modern bowling alleys have automatic ball returns. The ball is lifted to a height of 2.50 at the end of the alley and, starting from rest, rolls down a ramp. It continues to roll horizontally and eventually rolls up a ramp at the other end that is 0.700 off the ground.

Assuming the mass of the bowling ball is 8.00 and its radius is 19.0 , determine the rotation rate of the ball during the middle horizontal travel.

Determine its linear speed during the middle horizontal travel.Determine the final rotation rate. Determine the final linear speed.

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