Q#14: What happens when you roll this ball? Winners Announced

March30, 2021
by Apoorva
3 min read

Dear school leaders,
For MTLT#14, we asked you this question:

A design is made on ball with link as shown. Now he rolled the ball on cloth kept on an inclined plane.

Which of the following pattern will form on cloth due to the ball? 
(Assume ball is moving in a straight path)

Correct Answer and Explanation:

The correct answer is Option (A).

The design is made on circumference of the ball. So, when ball is rolled along the inclined plane, the circumference will not change,
even if the speed of ball increases due to gravity.
Thus, the design will be marked at equal distance on cloth.

How school leaders responded?

Lucky Draw Winners

1. NK Bayyana GVM School, Raipur 👏
2. Rameeta V Sharma DCM Presidency School, Ludhiana 👏
3. ANJU PACHCHIGAR, DPS BOPAL , GUJARAT 👏

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