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what is the problem???

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find an expresion for the balls angular velo in terms of r,y,and g

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What is your work?

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Resolve the normal reaction of the bowl in horizontal and vertical direction.

the vertical component balances the weight and the horizontal component provides the required centripetal force. The ball is rotating in a horizontal circle of radius Rsinq(theeta)

q is the angle the radius of the bowl to the ball makes with verticle.

q is cos^-1(R-y / R)

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Draw a sideface diagram and indicate the forces acting on the ball.

indicate the distances R and h in the fig. and try to resolve the force in horizontal and vertical directions.

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Okay, let's call O is the center of thecircle at the top of the hemisphere.

A is where the object is.

C is the center of the circle the object is moving arround.

[itex]\alpha[/itex] is the angle OAC. You notice, when the object travels arround the circle, [itex]\alpha = const[/itex].

Since it's frictionless, there are 2 forces acting on the object : P, N.

In Oy - axis:

[tex]P = N\sin{\alpha}[/tex]

The ball travels at the constant speed, and arround a circle (circular motion).

Therefore you also have:

[tex]N\cos{\alpha} = m \frac{v ^ 2}{r}[/tex]

[tex]\Leftrightarrow v = \sqrt{\frac{N \cos \alpha r}{m}} = \sqrt{\frac{P \cos \alpha r}{\sin \alpha m}} = \sqrt{g r \cot \alpha}[/tex]

r is the radius of the small circle the object is travelling arround.

All you have to do now is to calculate the r, and cot(alpha) with respect to R, and y.

Is that clear enough?

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EDIT:

You can find the angular velocity by:

[tex]\omega = \frac{v}{r} = \sqrt{\frac{g \cot \alpha}{r}}[/tex]

Viet Dao,

A is where the object is.

C is the center of the circle the object is moving arround.

[itex]\alpha[/itex] is the angle OAC. You notice, when the object travels arround the circle, [itex]\alpha = const[/itex].

Since it's frictionless, there are 2 forces acting on the object : P, N.

In Oy - axis:

[tex]P = N\sin{\alpha}[/tex]

The ball travels at the constant speed, and arround a circle (circular motion).

Therefore you also have:

[tex]N\cos{\alpha} = m \frac{v ^ 2}{r}[/tex]

[tex]\Leftrightarrow v = \sqrt{\frac{N \cos \alpha r}{m}} = \sqrt{\frac{P \cos \alpha r}{\sin \alpha m}} = \sqrt{g r \cot \alpha}[/tex]

r is the radius of the small circle the object is travelling arround.

All you have to do now is to calculate the r, and cot(alpha) with respect to R, and y.

Is that clear enough?

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EDIT:

You can find the angular velocity by:

[tex]\omega = \frac{v}{r} = \sqrt{\frac{g \cot \alpha}{r}}[/tex]

Viet Dao,

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