A marble of mass m is placed on top of a bowling ball of radius r and allowed to roll from rest. derive the angle from centre of circle at which the marble loses contact with bowling ball. assume there is no friction between marble and bowling ball.
A bowling ball with a mass of 4.5 kg travels at a velocity of 37 m/s for 2.5 s until it is stopped at the end of the lane by the ball return. What additional information is required to determine the weight of the bowling ball? A.
A 6-kg bowling ball with a radius of 14 cm is spinning about a vertical axis (with its center of mass motionless) at an initial rate of 3 turns per second. Friction with the floor, however, causes the bowling ball to rotate more
A spherical bowling ball with mass m = 4.1 kg and radius R = 0.116 m is thrown down the lane with an initial speed of v = 8.9 m/s. The coefficient of kinetic friction between the sliding ball and the ground is ¦Ì = 0.34. Once
A 10 kg bowling ball sits at the top of a 10 m hill and then slides down its icy hillside. a. What is the speed of the bowling ball when it reaches the bottom of the hill? b. What is the change in kinetic energy of the system as
You decide to make a simple pendulum by attaching a bowling ball to a very light wire and suspending it from the ceiling in your garage. The length of the wire is 1.75 m and the mass of the bowling ball is 5 kg. If you pull the
A spherical bowling ball with mass m = 3.2 kg and radius R = 0.107 m is thrown down the lane with an initial speed of v = 8.6 m/s. The coefficient of kinetic friction between the sliding ball and the ground is μ = 0.34. Once
There are two parts for this questions... "When a bowling ball collides with the pins, the momentum of the bowling ball and the pins is conserved." Give the assumptions and conditions for this statement. Compare the effect on the
If a bowling ball were moved from Earth to the moon, how would it's weight and mass change? A. The bowling ball would weigh the same, but it's mass would increase. B. The bowling ball would weigh the same, but it's mass would
A bowling ball (mass = 4.4 kg, radius = 0.11 m) and a billiard ball (mass = 0.35 kg, radius = 0.028 m) may each be treated as uniform spheres. What is the magnitude of the maximum gravitational force that each can exert on the
I need help with an equation for: Find the force of attraction between a bowling ball of mass 7.26 kg and the earth if the bowling ball was located at sea level. How does this compare to the weight of the bowling ball as