Say that there is a car on a top of the hill and it was on a frictionless surface, explain why the maximum speed of the car would occur at the lowest point of the hill?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

In this case would you prove it through the conservstion of energy PE + KE = PE + KE?

If so, how does this prove that Vmax occurs at the lowest point?

Any help would be great, Thanks :)

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# Maximum velocity at the lowest point

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