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The energy associated with the collision at a step transition is the same for animal C and D despite the fact that animal C is twice the body mass of...

The energy associated with the collision at a step transition is the same for animal C and D despite the fact that animal C is twice the body mass of animal D. If both animals are moving the same speed and animal D has a contact angle (2α) of 60 degrees, what would the contact angle of animal C have to be?

Answer: The contact angle will be 37.76 degrees

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