K total1 mv 1 2 k total1 mv 1 2 1 5 k total1 mv 1 2 7

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K total,1 = mv 1 K total,1 = mv 1 2 1 K total,1 = mv 1 2 7 10 K total,1 = mv 1 2 2 2 5 7
Use your answer in part (e), based on the conservation of mechanical energy CME, to write the equation for the velocity v 2CME of the sphere at the bottom of the incline (point circle 2) in terms of the height h 1 through which the sphere falls down the incline. Note: The heights are defined differently in this image than in the problem you just considered. (Use the following as necessary: h 1 and g .) v 2CME = $$ 10· g · h 17 Finish You have completed the problem! Additional Materials Conservation of Mechanical Energy Appendix 2. 12.5/15 points | Previous Answers Premise To answer the questions below, consider the motion of the sphere from at the end of the horizontal section of the ramp to where it lands on the table (point ).
Part (a) Once the sphere leaves the ramp, and just before it hits the table, which of the following is true for the motion of the sphere? (Select all that apply.)
Part (b) Which of the following is true regarding motion of the sphere in the horizontal direction during this part of its motion? Assume the + x direction is to the left. Neglect friction or air drag. (Select all that apply.)
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Part (c) Which of the following is true regarding the motion of the sphere in the vertical direction? Assume the + y direction is up. (Select all that apply.) Part (d) Write the kinematic equation for the horizontal distance d traveled by the sphere in terms of the horizontal component v 2kin of the velocity and the time of travel Δ T . (Use any variable or symbol stated above along with the following as necessary: g .) d = $$ ν 2 kin · Δ T

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