Aball rolls from point a to point b. the total energy of the ball at point...
the rolling ball doesn’t follow the law of conservation of energy.
some of the ball’s energy is transformed to thermal energy.
the rolling ball loses some of its energy because of gravity.
the ball absorbs some of its own potential energy.
The correct answer is some of the ball’s energy is transformed to thermal energy.
Law of conservation of energy states that energy can neither be formed nor be destroyed but it can only be transformed from one form to another form. It is follows by every system.
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This system also follows law of conservation of energy.
Energy can be easily transformed and as the total energy is not equal to thew sum of kinetic and potential energy. So, it must have been transformed into some other form of energy.
The system does not loose energy. So, this does not explain the situation.
Energy cannot be absorbed, So this also does not explain the situation.
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find the surface area of the sphere to the nearest square unit. use a calculator.
a. 254 in.2
b. 64 in.2
c. 127 in.2
d. 1,018 in.2