1. The figure below shows the profile of a miniature golf course. The height of the obstacle h = 30.0 cm and the distance from the edge of the obstacle to the hole is x=50.0 cm. We assume that the ball rolls frictionlessly without slipping. A golf ball weighs 46 g and we can assume it is homogeneous. a) Determine the range of speeds that the ball can have for it to fall into the heel. You can neglect the extension of the ball and air resistance. b) Determine the speed the ball must have at the tee point.

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