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Solution: A bicyclist coasts down a 6.5 degree hill at a steady speed of 4.5 m/s. Assuming a total mass of 75 kg (bicycle plus rider), what must be the cyclists power output to climb the same hill at the same speed?

A bicyclist coasts down a 6.5 degree hill at a steady speed of 4.5 m/s. Assuming a total mass of 75 kg (bicycle plus rider), what must be the cyclists power output to climb the same hill at the same speed?

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