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Posted by Nick on Tuesday, February 21, 2012 at 1:31am.

If a bicyclist of mass 68.0 kg (including the bicycle) can coast down a 7.00 hill at a steady speed of 6.20 km/h because of air resistance, how much force must be applied to climb the hill at the same speed (and the same air resistance)?

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