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Snooker, Billiard problem

  1. Jan 2, 2004 #1
    My problem involves rolling a billiard ball with an initial x velocity of 2.4ms and an initial y velocity of 0.7ms. The rolling friction is 0.1 and I have to work out the final resting position of the ball. There is no sliding friction involved. I have to break this into 0.1seconds and return the results, i think that I have to work out the initial decelleration then the speed and new position, and then the next decelleration and so on?

    the mass of the ball is 0.17kg

    I'm pretty new to this, so sorry if its a bit basic.

    Michael
     
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