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A novice skier starts from rest and slides down a frictionless 35 degree incline whose height is 125 m. How fast will she be going at the bottom?

Anonymous
I'm not sure if this is right but my answer was 49.50 for the skier

Anonymous
Velocity 49.50

bobpursley
mgh=1/2 mv^2
v=sqrt(2gh)=sqrt(2*9.8*125)
that agrees with your answer
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