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A uniform bowling ball of radius R and mass M is initially launched so that it is sliding with speed V0 without rolling on an alley with a coefficient of friction μ. How far does the ball go before it starts rolling without slipping, and what is then its speed?

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Solutions (listed by author)

Sukumar Chandra (using conservation of angular momentum) (pdf, 69k)

Sukumar Chandra (using kinematics) (pdf, 67k)

 

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