Suppose i had a fric9onless pipe instead of a track

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Unformatted text preview: onsider horizontal forces, accelera9ons, and veloci9es So, the ball on the road with the dip ALWAYS gets to the end first vi vi N N WHAT???? Two inconsistent arguments I came up with on my drive home SUMMARY: Argument 1: If the dip is deep enough, the ball on the straight road MUST win Argument 2: the ball on the road with the dip ALWAYS wins Take the high road or the low road? Must the low road always take less 9me, or does it depend on vi, the amount the road dips….. A) ...
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