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# Solution: A rubber ball is dropped onto a ramp that is tilted at 20 , as shown in the figure . A bouncing ball obeys the "law of reflection," which says that the ball leaves the surface at the same angle it approached the surface. The balls next bounce is 3.0 { m m} to the right of its first bounce.What is the balls rebound speed on its first bounce?

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A rubber ball is dropped onto a ramp that is tilted at 20 , as shown in the figure . A bouncing ball obeys the "law of reflection," which says that the ball leaves the surface at the same angle it approached the surface. The balls next bounce is 3.0 to the right of its first bounce.

What is the balls rebound speed on its first bounce?

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