# ReviewA 100 g particle experiences the one-dimensional, conservativeforce F shown in the figure(Figure 1).Part A= 1.0, 2.0, 3.0, and 4.0 m? Hint: Think about the definition of potentialLet the zero of the potential energy be at 0m.What is the potential energy atenergy and the geometric interpretation of the work done by a varying force.Express your answers using two significant figures separated by commas.U 20,40,60,70 JPrevious AnswersSubmitCorrectFigure1 of 1Part BSuppose the particle is shot toward the right from ax = 1.0 m with a speed of 21 m/s. Where is the particle's turning point?Express your answer with the appropriate units.F (N)2 34 50x(m)HA-10-20ValuemtRequest AnswerSubmit

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In the second part of this question, I am supposed to find the turning part of the particle. What does the turning point mean in this situation and how do I go about solving this question? I have a screenshot of problem included.

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Step 1

For x = 1.0 m,

The potential energy is 20 J

And, from the graph

Fx = - 20 N

Speed of the particle, v = 21 m/s

Step 2

Total energy at x = 1.0 m:

Step 3

The potential energy at the turning point = Fx.X

At turning point, the total en...

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