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Suppose the roller coaster in Fig. 6-41 (h1 = 34 m, h2 = 10 m, h3 = 30) passes point 1 with a speed of 1.60 m/s. If the average force of friction is equal to one fourth of its weight, with what speed will it reach point 2? The distance traveled is 60.0 m.

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