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Homework Help: Physics for Life science

Posted by TangenT on Tuesday, June 1, 2010 at 6:18am.

A car is driven at 80km/h on a horizontal road. If the car is now driven up a 10m high rise, what speed would it have at the top of the rise? (Assume that the wheels of the car roll at all times so that it doesn't experience sliding friction; exclude any other dissipative forces).

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