4. The double-ball bounce
Consider 2 balls on top of another that are being dropped from a height h = 2 m,
see the Figure below. They will hit the ground and bounce back and we want to
compute the velocity of the upper ball after the bounce.
We can model this...
I am having difficulties with this question as no height for the crater is given please help! :)
AN astronaut is speeding over a level stretch of the Moon's surface at 12m/s in her small lunar rover. She drives over the edge of a crater, whose surface slopes downwards at an...