Human Motion Kinetics, Engineering, Other Engineering

Beginning from rest when theta=10 degrees, a 30-kg child slides without kinetic friction down the slide which is in the shape of a 2.5 meter circular arc. Determine the child''s speed when they reach the bottom. Write out the governing equations when they reach the bottom
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