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A skier coasts down a very smooth 10-m high slope. if the speed of the skier on the slope is 5.0-m/s what is his speed at the bottom of the slope?

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  1. That depends upon whether or not the 5.0 m/s speed is the speed at the TOP of the slope. If so, add 2gh = 196 m^2/s^2 to the initial V^2 to calcualte the final V^2.

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