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aaronmilk3

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A. V

B. V^1/2

C. V^-1/2

D. V^-1

I think it is V^(1/2) (just√V) but I am no sure exactly how to find this. Any help would be great. I was thinking that I had to take kinetic energy + potential energy = 0 then kinetic energy= -potential energy. But if this is right what would I do? (1/2)mv²=what? No idea and any help is great. Thanks!