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Problem 34

A boy is initially seated on the top of a hemispherical ice mound of radius R 13.8 m. He begins to slide down the ice, with a negligible initial speed (Fig. 8-47). Approximate the ice as being frictionless. At what height does the boy lose contact with the ice? R Figure 8-47 34

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