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A billiard ball is initially struck such that it slides across the snooker table with a linear velocity V0 . The coefficient of friction between the ball and table is n. At the instant the ball begins to roll without sliding calculate (a) its linear velocity (b) the time elapsed after being struck (c) the distance travelled by the ball State clearly what assumptions you have made about the forces acting on the ball throughout.

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A billiard ball is initially struck such that it slides across the snooker table

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