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a yo-yo is swung in a vertical circle in such a way that its total energy KE and PE is constant. At what point in the circle is this speed maximum? A minumum? why? (b) if the yo-yo has a speed of 3 m/s at the top of the circl, whose radius is 80 cm, what is tis speed at the bottom?

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