# You have one object of each of these shapes, all with mass 0.840 kg: a uniform solid

## Question:

You have one object of each of these shapes, all with mass 0.840 kg: a uniform solid cylinder, a thin-walled hollow cylinder, a uniform solid sphere, and a thin-walled hollow sphere. You release each object from rest at the same vertical height h above the bottom of a long wooden ramp that is inclined at 35.0ofrom the horizontal. Each object rolls without slipping down the ramp. You measure the time t that it takes each one to reach the bottom of the ramp; Fig. P10.89 shows the results.

(a) From the bar graphs, identify objects A through D by shape.

(b) Which of objects A through D has the greatest total kinetic energy at the bottom of the ramp, or do all have the same kinetic energy?
(c) Which of objects A through D has the greatest rotational kinetic energy 1/2 IÏ‰2 at the bottom of the ramp, or do all have the same rotational kinetic energy?

(d) What minimum coefficient of static friction is required for all four objects to roll without slipping?

Figure P10.89

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