Suppose a solid uniform sphere of mass M and radius R rolls without slipping down an inclined plane starting from rest. The angular velocity of the sphere at the bottom of the incline depends on

Answer:

Radius of the sphere.

Explanation:

-The speed of the an object is equal to the angular velocity times radius.

-Assuming a constant mass and angular momentum of the object, the an increase in the radius of the object will decrease the angular velocity, while the speed of the mass remains constant.

Answer:Radius of the sphere.

Explanation:-The speed of the an object is equal to the angular velocity times radius.

-Assuming a constant mass and angular momentum of the object, the an increase in the radius of the object will decrease the angular velocity, while the speed of the mass remains constant.