Question: You are planning a stunt to be used in an
You are planning a stunt to be used in an ice skating show. For this stunt a skater will skate down a frictionless ice ramp that is inclined at an angle of 15.0° above the horizontal. At the bottom of the ramp, there is a short horizontal section that ends in an abrupt drop off. The skater is supposed to start from rest somewhere on the ramp, then skate off the horizontal section and fly through the air a horizontal distance of 7.00 m while falling vertically for 3.00 m, before landing smoothly on the ice. How far up the ramp should the skater start this stunt?
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