Posted by **Davon** on Thursday, June 12, 2014 at 7:48pm.

If the coaster is going to make it to point C it needs to start with some initial velocity. If point C is 21 meters high and the coaster starts at a height of 20 meters, what would its initial velocity need to be if no energy is lost to friction?

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