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A cyclist approaches the bottom of a gradual hill at a speed of 12.4 m/s. The hill is 6.7 m high and the cyclist estimates she is going fast enough to coast up and over it without peddling. Ignoring air resistance and friction, find the speed at which the cyclist coasts over the hill?

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