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Solution: Two spheres, A and B, have the same mass and radius. However, sphere B is made of a dense core and a less dense shell around it. How does the moment of inertia of sphere A about its center of mass compare to the moment of inertia of sphere B about its center of mass? Ia. IA > I B Ib. IA < I B Ic. IA = I B If the two spheres are rolled down an incline from the same height simultaneously,  IIa. sphere A reaches the bottom first. IIb. sphere B reaches the bottom first. IIc. spheres A and B reach the bottom simultaneously. Choose the correct pair of statements. 1. Ic,IIa 2. Ib,IIc 3. Ib,IIb 4. Ia,IIb 5. Ia,IIa 6. Ic,IIc 7. Ib,IIa 8. Ic,IIb 9. Ia,IIc

Problem

Two spheres, A and B, have the same mass and radius. However, sphere B is made of a dense core and a less dense shell around it. How does the moment of inertia of sphere A about its center of mass compare to the moment of inertia of sphere B about its center of mass?

Ia. IA > I B
Ib. IA < I B
Ic. IA = I B

If the two spheres are rolled down an incline from the same height simultaneously, 

IIa. sphere A reaches the bottom first.
IIb. sphere B reaches the bottom first.
IIc. spheres A and B reach the bottom simultaneously.

Choose the correct pair of statements.

1. Ic,IIa
2. Ib,IIc
3. Ib,IIb
4. Ia,IIb
5. Ia,IIa
6. Ic,IIc
7. Ib,IIa
8. Ic,IIb
9. Ia,IIc