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    Why can't I do this for the part (c) of the following question:
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    This is from the M2 June 2007 paper btw.
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    Because at its highest point it still has horizontal velocity and thus kinetic energy
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    (Original post by Student403)
    Because at its highest point it still has horizontal velocity and thus kinetic energy
    Ohh, I didn't realise, thank you!!


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    Ohh, I didn't realise, thank you!!


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    Your general strategy is right considering energy transfers, just remember to account for the horizontal component giving you some KE at the top
 
 
 
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