lecture15_clicker - distance of 1.20 m. What are the...

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How high will the balls bounce? A. Both BB and SB bounce to the original height B. Both BB and SB bounce to a smaller height C. SB does not bounce and BB bounces to original height D. SB bounces higher than original height and BB slightly less than original height SB BB
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With their centers vertically aligned, both balls are released from rest at the same time, to fall through a
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Unformatted text preview: distance of 1.20 m. What are the velocities of the tennis ball and basketball immediately before they strike the floor (up = positive)? A. v T = 4.85 m/s, v B = -4.85 m/s B. v T = -4.85 m/s, v B = -4.85 m/s C. v T = -4.85 m/s, v B = 4.85 m/s D. v T = 4.85 m/s, v B = 4.85 m/s m v 2 = mgh v 2 = 2gh independent of m both moving downwards negative velocity...
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