1. In this problem, assume that the effect of friction can be discounted. (Remember to include the unit in the answer.)https://media.glynlyon.com/o_phy_2012/2/…

Referring to the above diagram, how high will the ball rise on the right-hand incline?

2. https://media.glynlyon.com/o_phy_2012/2/…

In the above diagram, ignoring frictional forces, how far would the ball travel once it was released?

4. In this problem, assume that the effect of friction can be discounted. (Remember to include the unit in the answer.)https://media.glynlyon.com/o_phy_2012/2/…

If, in the above diagram, the rise is only 0.5 cm for each 2 cm of run, what distance will the ball travel horizontally on the incline to the right?

7.In this problem, assume that the effect of friction can be discounted. (Remember to include the unit in the answer.)https://media.glynlyon.com/o_phy_2012/2/…

Referring to the above diagram, if the incline on the right has a slope of 5 cm of rise for each 2 cm of run, what distance will the ball travel horizontally on the incline to the right?

11. In this problem, assume that the effect of friction can be discounted. (Remember to include the unit in the answer.)https://media.glynlyon.com/o_phy_2012/2/…

If, in the above diagram, the rise is 0.01 cm for each 2 cm of run, what distance will the ball travel horizontally on the incline to the right?

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## Physics Help, Please!?

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