Question Solved1 Answer https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/the-ramp A file cabinet is traveling down a frictionless ramp tilted at 10 degrees. with horizontal. The final cabinet has a mass of 100kg and is at a height of 10m A.) 10. Calculate the speed of the filing cabinet at the bottom of the ramp: b.)Use the distance it traveled down the ramp, along with the initial speed down the ramp, and the time down the ramp (in the top right corner) to also calculate final speed. Is this value close to the value you found above?

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A file cabinet is traveling down a frictionless ramp tilted at 10 degrees. with horizontal. The final cabinet has a mass of 100kg and is at a height of 10m A.) 10. Calculate the speed of the filing cabinet at the bottom of the ramp: b.)Use the distance it traveled down the ramp, along with the initial speed down the ramp, and the time down the ramp (in the top right corner) to also calculate final speed. Is this value close to the value you found above?

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Total energy at point A(A) = totalenergy at B{:[E_(A)=E_(B)],[(1)/(2)mu^(2)+mg^(h)=(1)/(2)mv^(2)]:}u_(1)v are initial and final speeds at A,B respectively.u=0quad (Initial speed is 0 )=>quad v=sqrt(2gh)=sqrt(2xx9.8 xx10)=14m//secU ... See the full answer