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#ActualFaylar88

Posted 06 May 2013 - 03:16 AM

Hi guys, just a quick question which I'm having difficulty wrapping my head around.

In a world with no friction, will a circle (or sphere) ever change its orientation upon collision onto any flat (frictionless) surface?

Proofs tell me no. Just wanted to make sure.

Regards,
Gerald Wong.

#2Faylar88

Posted 06 May 2013 - 03:16 AM

Hi guys, just a quick question which I'm having difficulty wrapping my head around.

In a world with no friction, will a circle (or sphere) ever change its orientation upon collision onto any flat (frictionless) surface?

Proofs tell me no. Just wanted to make sure.

Regards,
Gerald Wong.

#1Faylar88

Posted 06 May 2013 - 03:16 AM

Hi guy, just a quick question which I'm having difficulty wrapping my head around.

 

In a world with no friction, will a circle (or sphere) ever change its orientation upon collision onto any flat (frictionless) surface?  

 

Proofs tell me no. Just wanted to make sure.

 

Regards,

Gerald Wong.


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