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(8c8p4) In the figure, a frictionless roller coaster of mass 1000 kg tops the first hill at height, h = 40 m with speed 6.85 m/s. How much work does its weight do on it from that point to
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How much work does its weight do on it from that point to point B?
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How much work does its weight do on it from that point to point C?
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If the gravitational potential energy of the coaster-Earth system is taken to be zero at point C, what is its value when the coaster is at point B?
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If the gravitational potential energy of the coaster-Earth system is taken to be zero at point C, what is its value when the coaster is at point A?
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Is our use of digital. M Gmail YouTube Maps Maps. Translate Translate 9 Math 142 Labs - De... Other bookmark Tuyen Tran y (Student - section: 003) Main Menu Contents Grades 2022 Spring, PHYS 211 (cook) Messages Courses Help Logout Course Contents >> ... >> HW Bonus » frictionless roller coaster Timer Notes Evaluate Feedback Print Info First hill B 1/2 C (8c8p4) In the figure, a frictionless roller coaster of mass 1000 kg tops the first hill at height, h = 40 m with speed 6.85 m/s. How much work does its weight do on it from that point to point A? Submit Answer Tries 0/8 How much work does its weight do on it from that point to point B? Submit Answer Tries 0/8 How much work does its weight do on it from that point to point C? Submit Answer Tries 0/8 If the gravitational potential energy of the coaster-Earth system is taken to be zero at point C, what is its value when the coaster is at point B? Submit Answer Tries 0/8 If the gravitational potential energy of the coaster-Earth system is taken to be zero at point C, what is its value when the coaster is at point A? Submit Answer Tries 0/8 Send Feedba This discussion is closed.

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