Estimate Timothy Goebel’s initial takeoff speed, rotational velocity, and angular momentum when he performs a quadruple lutz (Figure 10-41). Make any assumptions you think reasonable, but justify them. Goebel’s mass is about and the height of the jump is about Note that his angular speed will 0.60 m, change quite a bit during the jump, as he begins with arms outstretched and then pulls them in. Your answer should be accurate to within a factor of 2, if you are careful.
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