Two Different Balls Are Rolled Without Slipping Toward A Common Finish Line Thei

Two different balls are rolled (without slipping) toward a common finish line. Their angular speeds are shown to the right. The first ball, which has a radius of 0.0738 m, is rolling along a conveyor belt which is moving at 1.94 m/s and starts out 9.17 m from the finish line. The second ball has a radius of 0.0408 m and is rolling along the stationary floor. If the second ball starts out 5.69 m from the finish line, how long does each ball take to reach the finish line?

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