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## (Answered) There is no greater place to observe the conservation of energy than a theme park.

There is no greater place to observe the conservation of energy than a theme park.

1.Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â There is no greater place to observe the conservation of energy than a theme park.Â Work is done to lift a series of carts, so that gravity can do its work as potential energy turns back into kinetic energy on the way down to the ground.Â Raging Bull, one of my favorite rides at Six Flags Great America, is 61 meters high. a.Â Â Â Â Based on this height and your understanding of the conservation of energy (Potential and Kinetic), what would you expect the velocity at the bottom to be?Â (You can assume that fully loaded coaster carts have a total mass of 4500 kg).

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