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Asked Oct 31, 2019

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Hi, I am in Physics I and for this question they are asking for the rank in order, from fastest to slowest, the *speeds *of the points labeled 1 through 5.

I have attached the picture of this graph. They want overlaps of certain speeds.

I really want to understand how this works because it doesn't make sense. I tried but it said I was wrong.

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Step 1

When a rigid body undergoes pure translational motion, all points on the object must travel at the same speed. Thus, the translational speed at all points are the same.

Step 2

If the object is considered to be rolling without slipping, both rotational and translational motions are in...

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