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A sphere is rolling down an incline and hits a stationary sphere.

The stationary sphere receives the impact, moves forward and down a staircase.
I would like to learn about the transfer of energy and equations of these two scenarios. The mass, angle, height can be anything. This is so i can understand energy and calculations.


Description: Analyze the behavior of the object in the interaction between the previous step and the selected step, qualitatively describing the transfer of energy that occurs. Which principles of conservation of energy and momentum can you apply to this behavior?


Equations: Provide the equations that can be used to describe the transfer of energy and the momentum of the object from the previous step to the selected step. What is the connection between the basic physics concepts in the equations and the interaction of the object and force(s) from step to step?


Calculations: Using the applicable equations you identified, calculate the transfer of energy and the momentum from the previous step to the selected step. How do these calculations help you predict the object's location and velocity from the previous step to the step you selected?

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