Hello, I was looking to get some help with setting up this problem so I may solve it. For some reason I just don't see what to do to work towards a solution. 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A 6kg collar is allowed to slide over a frictionless pole whose height above the ground obeys the parabolic equation y=8-(1/2)x^2. Attached to the collar is a k=30N/m spring. The spring is 1 m when unstretched and connected in a way that the spring will always start at the origin. If the collar started from rest at (0,8), how fast will it be traveling at x=2? Hint: Don't forget gravity! Any help to point me in the right direction would be fantastic. Thank you.