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Posted by Amy on Wednesday, February 25, 2009 at 1:39am.

I need help with this physics problem: A child slides down a playground slide; the coefficient of kinetic friction is uk=0.25, and angle that the slide makes with the horizontal is 28.0 degree. She begins from rest and slides through a vertical height of 3.5 m. With what speed does she exit the slide?

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