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Ball A rolls at a constant speed of 0 25 m s

Ball A rolls at a constant speed of 0.25 m/s on a table 0.95 m above the floor, and ball B rolls on the floor directly under the first ball with the same speed and direction.

(a) When ball A rolls off the table and hits the floor, (1) ball B is ahead of ball A, (2) ball B collides with ball A, (3) ball A is ahead of ball B. Why?

(b) When ball A hits the floor, how far from the point directly below the edge of the table will each ball be?

(a) When ball A rolls off the table and hits the floor, (1) ball B is ahead of ball A, (2) ball B collides with ball A, (3) ball A is ahead of ball B. Why?

(b) When ball A hits the floor, how far from the point directly below the edge of the table will each ball be?

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