Posted by **Anonymous** on Monday, July 1, 2013 at 4:54pm.

You stand at the end of a long board of length L. The board rests on a frictionless frozen surface of a pond. You want to jump to the opposite end of the board. What is the minimum take-off speed v measured with respect to the pond that would allow you to accomplish that? The board and you have the same mass m.

Use g for the acceleration due to gravity

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