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A ceramic ball of mass m falls form rest a distance h[0] above a horizontal ceramic surface. The subsequent motion of the ball is purely vertical, bouncing ONLY on one spot on the surface. If the coefficient of restitution between the ball and surface halves after every bounce, find the distance traveled by the ball when the ball hits the surface for the third time.
is the distance traveled 0? because the ball only bounces at one spot?
is the distance traveled 0? because the ball only bounces at one spot?