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A skateboarder starts at point A in Figure 8-27 and rises to a height of h = 2.37 m above the top of the ramp at point B. What was the skateboarder's initial speed at point A?

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  1. Use conservation of energy, as I have already indicated in response to your other posts. Help will be provided if you show work

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