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Point particle moving on a frictionless semicircular hill
Consider an point particle moving on a frictionless semicircular hill (curve). The particle's initial kinetic energy is equal to the potential energy on the top of the hill, i.e it has the necessary ...
Aug 5 '11 at 11:03
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