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A puck slides down a frictionless track, over a short horizontal rough (frictional) patch, around a frictionless loop- de-loop, and into an ideal

A puck slides down a frictionless track, over a short

horizontal rough (frictional) patch, around a frictionless loop-

de-loop, and into an ideal spring fixed to a wall, where it

bounces off and goes back the other way. All of the physical

values are given in the diagram to the right. Find the number

of times the puck bounces off the spring before it finally falls

off the track because it doesn't make it all the way around the

loop-de-loop.

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