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A 73kg skier coasts up a hill inclined at 9.3 degree's to the horizontal. Friction is negligible. Use work-energy theorm to determine how far along the hill the skier slides before stopping, if the intial speed at the bottom is 4.2m/s

To find the distance I know i need w=Force applied x distance, but I can't find out how to get Force applied? I also just used W=change in EK to find work but is that correct?

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# Homework Help: Work Energy Theorm

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