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Posted by anupriya on Tuesday, May 22, 2012 at 8:18am.

a car is moving on a horizontal frictionless road and reches base of an upslope . what should be the speed of the car at the base of the upslope so that it can just reaCH its top without external force applied to it.(length of slope=15m, angle of slope=30degree, mass of car=250kg, gravity=10m/s2)

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