Rolling disc, Physics

Rolling Disc

Imagine a rectangular tray lying flat on a horizontal table. Suppose in which the tray has vertical sides, and this a plate (or disc) lies flat on the table and rolls around the outside of the tray within such a way which its circumference is always in contact along with a side of the tray. What could we say about this motion?

 

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