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A basketball rolling across a flat floor has translational and rotational kinetic energy. There's a force of gravity pulling the ball down towards the floor, and a reaction force pushing the ball up away from the floor.
a ball rolling across the floor ( a flat surface) you rolling down a hill rocks rolling down hill etc. hope this helped ronkkiki
Rolling On The Floor
Rolling on the Floor Laughing.... ROTFL
ROFLOL= Rolling on the floor laughing out loud
Stopwatch and measuring device.
There are four types of friction: Fluid Friction (The friction caused by falling through air or water, or any other liquid etc), rolling friction (Like a ball rolling across the floor), static friction (The force it takes to begin something's movement), and sliding friction(Like pushing a box across the floor). In order of strongest to weakest it's Static, Sliding, Rolling, Fluid.
The predicate in this sentence is across the floor. :)
When it stops it stops. Inertia will stop it from moving unless there is some force acting on it.
ROFL:Roll on floor laughing. Lol: Laugh out loud. Lmao: Laugh my a** off Gtg or G2g:Got to go Brb:Be right back Idc:I don't care idgaf: I don't give a f*** Idk:I don't know Hbu: How about u.
It stands for Rolling On The Floor Laughing, usually used in instant-messaging.