anonymous
  • anonymous
the motion of a ball rollin down a ramp is one with?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
the situation is like this: |dw:1341314768191:dw| so the motion is rotational + translational = what we collectively call as 'rolling'.
anonymous
  • anonymous
u gotta elaborate what u asking in the quetion!
anonymous
  • anonymous
be clear

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anonymous
  • anonymous
dynamic motion i guess
anonymous
  • anonymous
no idea
anonymous
  • anonymous
its translating because its centre of mass is moving , and its rotating as stated , so its actually rolling(translation+rotation). & my statements are valid only in the ground frame of reference..

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