Starting from the rest, one ball falls vertically on an inclined plane with a \(\beta\) angle related to the horizontal, giving followed perfectly followed elastical shocks. If "d" is the initial distance of the ball from the plan, get \(d,n\) and \(\beta\), of the distance in function of the "\(n\) "shock from the initial shock

Use \( n=10, d=5,\beta=30^\circ \).

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