# Question: a An Olympic skier coasts down a slope with an

(a) An Olympic skier coasts down a slope with an angle of inclination of 37o. Neglecting friction, there is (are) (1), one, (2) two, (3) three force(s) acting on the skier.

(b) What is the acceleration of the skier?

(c) If the skier has a speed of at the top of the slope, what is his speed when he reaches the bottom of the 35-m-long slope?

(b) What is the acceleration of the skier?

(c) If the skier has a speed of at the top of the slope, what is his speed when he reaches the bottom of the 35-m-long slope?

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