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Posted by Ryan on Saturday, February 26, 2011 at 3:51pm.

A cyclist coasts up a 10.3 slope, traveling 17.0 m along the road to the top of the hill. If the cyclist's initial speed is 9.90 m/s, what is the final speed? Ignore friction and air resistance.


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