Which one gets to the bottom of the ramp first, and why? Construct the correct explanation Drag the terms on the left to the appropriate blanks on the right to complete the sentences. Reset Help a T/I The relationship between angular acceleration - a and torque T is given by hollow where I is the moment of inertia. a I/T sphere reaches the The larger bottom of the ramp first, since it has a solid moment of inertia α=Ι.Τι smaller

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You have two identical-looking metal spheres of the same size and the same mass. One is solid; the other is hollow. If you place them on a ramp, the gravitational torques that make them roll down the slope are the same. But one sphere has a greater angular acceleration, so it reaches the bottom of the ramp first.

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The relationship between angular acceleration
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a and torque T is given by
hollow
where I is the moment of inertia.
a I/T
sphere reaches the
The
larger
bottom of the ramp first, since it has a
solid
moment of inertia
α=Ι.Τι
smaller
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Which one gets to the bottom of the ramp first, and why? Construct the correct explanation Drag the terms on the left to the appropriate blanks on the right to complete the sentences. Reset Help a T/I The relationship between angular acceleration - a and torque T is given by hollow where I is the moment of inertia. a I/T sphere reaches the The larger bottom of the ramp first, since it has a solid moment of inertia α=Ι.Τι smaller

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