What force will stop the ball from rolling after comes down a hill?
Friction and gravity
The acceleration of a tennis ball rolling down an incline depends with two factors. The force that is applied to the tennis ball and the mass of the tennis ball will determine its acceleration. Read More
It will not, unless it is acted upon another force. If it's rolling on something, then friction will stop it (the ball rubbing on the table slows it down). Read More
A ramp exerts no force, just gravity. Read More
Generally, only two forces act on a rolling ball. Gravity and friction (there has to be friction because without it, the ball would just slide). These are pointed directly in the x and y directions. If the ball is rolling down a slope, you can use trigonometry to find the force components. Read More
If a bowling ball and a tennis ball are rolling down a hallway accelerating at the same rate which one has more force?
Force = mass X acceleration The bowling ball. Read More
Friction is one force causes a ball to roll downhill. The smaller the static friction coefficient, the more liable the ball will be to skidding instead of rolling. Static friction is involved in a ball rolling downhill. Read More
A basketball rolling across a flat floor has translational and rotational kinetic energy. There's a force of gravity pulling the ball down towards the floor, and a reaction force pushing the ball up away from the floor. Read More
Gravity is pulling the ball down onto the ground. Additionally, if the ball is on a slope of any kind, gravity will be acting to accelerate the ball down the slope. Air friction (drag) is acting on it, as is the "rolling resistance" associated with friction due to its contact with the ground. And it keeps rolling due to inertia it carries in its current motion. Read More
An example would be a ball rolling down a hill. The ball rolling down would show motion. Read More
friction is what slows everything down. if there was no gravity and you rolled a ball across the ground, then the ball would just keep rolling forever Read More
Describe a common situation in which the net force on an object is zero but the object is not at rest?
Bowling ball rolling down the lane. Read More
Describe contact force and noncontact force that affect the motion of a baseball a pitcher has thrown the ball?
The contact force will keep the ball moving but as the ball goes farther the ball slows down that's were the non contact force comes in it makes the ball not in contact Read More
Why does a soccer ball that is quickly rolling across a grass field slows down and finally stops rolling?
It will slow down because of the force of friction on the grass field resisting its motion, as well as the force applied by the blades of grass which act like small springs. Read More
The minimum speed for a ball rolling down an incline occurs near the top. Gravity will speed the ball up as it travels down. Read More
Since I have read that the path of a projectile is always a parabola, I must say no. The parabolic shape of a projectile's path results from the combination of the force and direction with which it is launched and its weight. A ball rolling down a slope, is not Projectile Motion. While a cannon ball can be used to be a projectile, as far as Physics goes, that is not how it is operating… Read More
prpbably only one,gravity force. From Youstina Read More
When a ball is rolling across the floor, there's a force of gravity pulling the ball down towards the floor, and a reaction force pushing the ball up away from the floor. Those two forces are equal, so they add up to zero, and that's why the ball doesn't move up or down. There's no force pushing the ball forward. No force is necessary to keep a moving object moving. The force that makes it… Read More
On carpet the friction is more as it is a rough surface therefore it stops or slow down a rolling ball. Read More
The bowling ball Read More
Yes. If u roll a ball across the floor it accelerates ( net force) but friction opposes it and slows it down until net force is zero when it stops. Read More
The limiting frictional force is the force that slows down the tennis ball on the roller coaster. Read More
Friction Read More
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Depends on the slope. Read More
What is the minimum force required to prevent a ball weighing 12 lbs from rolling down a ramp which is inclined 60 degrees with a horizontal?
12 x sin 60 = 11.08 pounds Read More
Work is definied in Physics as the Force acting on an object times the distance the object is moved by that Force, or W = fd Since Force is mass times acceleration (F=ma), and because the ball is on a surface that is perpendicular to the force exerted by gravity, there is no gravitational acceleration (a), hence no Force, so no Work is done by gravity. Read More
No. A rock rolls down a hill due to the force of gravity, also known as gravitic force. Read More
Friction from the air and ground will slow down the ball's motion. Read More
The bottom of the incline. Read More
We might say that an unbalanced force causes a ball to start moving. If a ball is resting on a surface, gravity is pulling down and the surface is pushing up against it. Things (forces) are in balance and the ball is still. Drop the surface out from under the ball and that ball begins to fall as gravity has no opposing force to balance it. Any lateral force on the ball that can overcome… Read More
The answer will depend on the shape of the slope, and the trajectory that the ball follows. Read More
a ball rolling across the floor ( a flat surface) you rolling down a hill rocks rolling down hill etc. hope this helped ronkkiki Read More
An object at rest remains at rest unless acted upon by an outside force. For example, if you roll a ball down a hill, it should keep rolling forever, however the reason it eventually stops is because the friction from the ground and air molecules (outside force) is acting upon the ball. Read More
Gravity most definatley works on a bowling ball as it goes down the lane. If gravity didn't affect it then the ball would go through the roof of the center. However the ball does not appear to slow down much because there is clear oil on the lane (in varying amounts) which allows the ball to skid across the lane without giving up a lot of speed. The ball is rolled down the lane with… Read More
Not necessarily. If it's rolling in a straight line on a smooth and level floor, then the acceleration is as good as zero. But if the ball is rolling up a hill, or down a hill, or around the groove in a roulette wheel, or through grass and slowing down, then there's substantial acceleration. Read More
A ball rolls down hill because there is no force preventing it from moving. If there was an object in the way, that would be the force that counters the movement/roll. Read More
One experiment used in Physics is a ball rolling down a spiral track. When the ball gets to the end, it will go straight off because the curve of the track is gone. Read More
No, a ball sitting at the top of a hill has potential energy, but once that ball starts to roll down the hill it's potential energy is converted to kinetic energy, the energy of motion. I disagree 100% with this edit. If a ball is rolling down hill and is say half way down it still has potential energy ready to be converted to kinetic energy So the answer is YES Read More
One day at soccer practice you kick a ball hard and it rolls across the grass It eventually comes to a stop because?
the force of friction with the grass slows it down. Read More
It is conserved. The potential energy of the ball sitting at the top of the hill is converted into kinetic energy of the rolling ball. Read More