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When an object is rolling (no slipping) on a slope there should be a frictional force which causes rotation. But when we use power insulation philosophy, we haven't considered about an energy loss against frictional force. So I have a doubt that when the object is rolling without slipping is there any connection between work done by force of friction and rotational kinematic energy?


marked as duplicate by Gert, Aaron Stevens, Qmechanic Mar 25 at 4:46

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