Shouldn't he reach the top?

A skier is about to attempt a daring jump. He starts from the top of a frictionless slope that turns upward into a circular arc, as shown in the figure.

What is the velocity of the skier \((\)in \(\text{m/s})\) at the highest point of his trajectory (after breaking off the slope)?

Details and Assumptions:

  • Use \(g=-10 \text{ m/s}^2.\)
  • The skier's friends, knowing the monumental stupidity of the skier's stunt, have prepared a net to catch the skier as he falls.

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