What is the speed of the ice cube
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An ice cube sliding along the ground at 5 m/s goes off a ramp pointed straight up as shown. Neglecting friction and air resistance, determine the following:

a) Aprroximately what is the macximum height of the ice cube?

b) Approximately what is the speed of the ice cube when it is 0.35 m above the ground?

c) What is the speed of the ice cube when it comes down, just before it hits the ground?

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