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Work and energy problem
A child riding a bicycle has a total mass of 48 kg. The child starts from the top if the hill that is 16.0 my high and 107.0 my long at 16.0 m/s. If the force of friction between the bicycle and the hill is 22.0 N, what is the child's speed at the bottom of the hill? (Assume no air resistance). smoothy Posts: 25,495, Reputation: 2853 Uber Member #2 Dec 13, 2015, 08:03 PM
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