## (Solved) A cyclist going 6 m/s comes to the top of a small hill. She

A cyclist going 6 m/s comes to the top of a small hill. She coasts to the bottom without pedaling, but experiences a drag force of 50 N while moving a distance of 20 m down the hill. The top of the hill is 2 m vertically above the bottom, and the cyclist and her bike have a mass of 80 kg. What is her speed at the bottom of the hill? (units: m/s)

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