1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A toddler is having fun rolling a ball down a slide of height h=4 m. The ball can be considered as a thin spherical shell, Icm=(2/3)mr^2, with m being its mass and r being its radius. What is the velocity of the ball at the bottom of the slide? http://schubert.tmcc.edu/enc/51/76a002f3ae50dbbab12d33cf0762512f807c557c31b679999d542c0ad5867fc1faec19c5cc0644a0057420a72734c009d46cf669ed738b61fc0def4a303f9990.gif 2. Relevant equations KE(i) + PE(i) + Iw(i) = KE(f) + PE (f) + Iw(f) KE(i) = Initial Kinetic Energy PE(i) = Initial Potential Energy Iw(i) = Initial Inertia*Omega KE(f) = Final Kinetic Energy PE(f) = Final Potential Energy Iw(f) = Final Inertia*Omega 3. The attempt at a solution I think I am supposed to use the above equation but I am not quite sure. Any suggestions? Thanks.