Determine speed of the slider, Physics

The spring of constant k is un-stretched when the slider of mass m pass position B as shown in the figure above.  If the slider is released from the position A, Determine:

(i) Speed of the slider at B and C

(ii) The normal force exerted by the slider on the guide at position C (Neglect the frictional forces acting between the slider and guide).

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