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Posted by Kelsey on Wednesday, September 18, 2013 at 4:10pm.

A Nordic jumper goes off a ski jump at an angle of 10.0 below the horizontal, traveling 109.0 m horizontally and 44.0 m vertically before landing. (a) Ignoring friction and aerodynamic effects, calculate the speed needed by the skier on leaving the ramp.

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