When a ball rolls down hill what energy conversion occurs?
The situation is similar as when an object falls. Potential energy is converted to kinetic energy (including rotational energy in this case); part of that kinetic energy is converted to heat energy. Read More
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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
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the further it rolls the more kinetic energy it has, the maximum is when the ball reaches the end of the slope. Read More
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A ball at the top of a hill has potential energy. As it rolls down the hill it is losing potential energy but it has kinetic energy. Read More
if you apply the same amount of energy, then the tennis ball rolls faster. the equation for kinetic energy is 1/2mv2, with the last 2 being a "square." the mass of the tennis ball is less, so that balances out with a larger speed. hope that helps Read More
A soccer player kicks a ball into the air and it lands far down the field Which energy conversion occurs as the ball falls from its highest point?
When a soccer player kicks a ball into the air, its kinetic energy is drained through air resistance and by the force of gravity. At its highest point, the ball has all of its vertical kinetic energy converted into potential energy. As the ball falls, this potential energy is converted back into kinetic energy. It should be noted that through the entire process of rising and falling the ball maintained horizontal kinetic energy being dissipated… Read More
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Kinetic energy refers to the energy of motion. If a ball is rolling, it may roll quickly or slowly (depending on the surface); the faster it rolls, as its velocity increases, so does its kinetic energy. Read More
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yes it is because potiental energy is before it rolls down Read More
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Sure. Roll a tennis ball down a playground slide. Lifting the ball inputs the energy used to counteract gravity. At the top, the (gravitational) energy the ball possesses is potential. As the ball rolls down, the potential energy is converted to kinetic energy. At the halfway point, half the potential energy has been converted to kinetic energy. Read More
The heat a ball gives from the friction when someone kicks it Read More
Why the conversion of energy from potential to kinetic energy is not 100 percent as the tennis ball falls?
Some energy is lost as heat or as other forms. Read More
Simple question, The energy transfered from the foot to the ball lasts for some time making the ball travel upwards.. When the energy becomes less than the gravitational force, the earth pulls the ball down and hence the ball lands and rolls..... Read More
What happens to potential energy and the kinetic energy of a ball as it rolls down a hill from a position of rest at the top of a hill?
The potential energy gets less until the ball gets to the bottom of the hill, at which point the potential energy is zero. The potential energy that is lost, gets converted to Kinetic energy of the ball that goes faster and faster as it gets more and more of the Potential energy. Read More
Conservation of Energy explains why it speeds up. It also explains why it rolls, due to the frictional force creating a torque. Read More
it appears to be the conversion of energy. for example, a kid kicks a ball. the kick transferred its stored up, or Kinetic, energy to the ball, making it move forward. Read More
Friction The ball deforms and un-deforms as it rolls, using up energy. Read More
Whenever anything falls down, potential gravitational energy is converted to kinetic energy. Read More
The size of a ball does affect how fast it rolls. Surface also play a major role in how fast a ball will move. Read More
Chemical to kinetic to thermal. Read More
A ball at rest contains only potential energy. A ball in motion contains almost all kinetic energy. But it gets tricky here. A free falling ball that has not yet reached terminal velocity has no potential energy. That energy is being given up to kinetic energy. Once the ball reaches terminal velocity in Earth's atmosphere, air resistance holds back further conversion of potential energy to kinetic. Read More
The equation is K.E. = ½ * mass * velocity2 Kinetic energy is a measure of an object's energy due to the fact that has mass and is moving. So as long as the ball has mass and is moving, it has kinetic energy. Since all tables have friction the marble will slow down as to rolls and lose some KE. Potential Energy = mass * acceleration due to gravity * height. However since the… Read More
wood because wood is a surface and when the ball rolls it gains speed to roll farther. Read More
It can be either. -- A bowling ball on a high shelf has considerable mechanical potential energy -- If the ball rolls off of the shelf and falls to the floor, its potential energy continually changes to kinetic energy all during the fall, and when it hits the floor, its energy is all kinetic. Read More
when the ball is hit on the ground and rolls. Read More
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A ball, falling through space, loses potential energy and gains kinetic energy. This is a way to say (in Physics equations) that it goes faster the longer it falls. When the ball strikes a hard surface, the ball is deformed and changes all the kinetic energy to elastic energy. This energy then changes back to kinetic energy as the ball recovers its shape. This is an example of an elastic collision. There is some loss… Read More
Yes. No work occurs until an object is moved. When you throw a ball, the ball isn't doing work. It has potential and kinetic energy while moving. Once it hits something and moves it, the ball has done work. True. Read More
If a ball rolls foul then hits right corner of 1st base then rolls in after 1st base is it fair or foul?
As soon as the ball touches first base, it is a fair ball, regardless of what happens after that. Read More
Usable energy decreases every time energy is converted because the energy is not converted 100% efficiently. Light, heat and sound released from the conversion are some factors that can contribute to reduction of energy. For example, when you kick a football, you create heat and sound on the impact between foot and ball which causes kinetic energy the ball possesses to be less than the force used to kick the ball. Read More
Home plate is considered in fair territory. If the ball hits home plate and rolls into foul territory, the ball is foul. If the ball hits home plate and rolls into fair territory, the ball is fair. Read More
how does increasing the height of a ramp affect how far a ball rolls down the ramp Read More
Is a ball foul if it rolls out in foul territory and back in fair territory before it reaches 3rd base or first base foul?
the rule states that if the ball rolls foul and then rolls back into fair territory before it reaches third or first base, it is indeed a fair ball Read More
Basically ink goes down the reservoir and stick to one side of the small ball at the tip of the pen. Then when the ball rolls, the ink on the ball rolls with it and when it touches an absorbing surface, well it transfers onto it. Read More
the soccer ball is full of air all you have to do is kick the soccer ball and it rolls Read More
When thr ball is kicked off and is not touched and rolls to a stop is it a live ball or a dead ball?
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momentum is always conserved the kinetic energy may increase or decrease as per the situation Read More
When the ball encounters a blade of grass it causes the grass to move. The ball is effectively transferring its kinetic energy to the blade of grass. This transfer of energy occurs at each encounter with a blade of grass. Eventually the ball has transferred all of its energy to the grass and the ball stops. Since this transfer of energy is much less that 100% efficient, most of the energy from the ball is… Read More