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**maeca** i need help on how to solve this problem

a linear air track with length 1.5 m is inclined at an angle of 30.0 degrees with the horizontal. a glider of mass 25.3 g is released from the bottom of the track with an initial velocity of 3.0 m/s upward along the track. after reaching zero velocity, another glider of mass 30.5 g was released but this time from the top end of the air track. the initial velocity of the second glider is 9.0 m/s down along the air track. will the two gliders meet? if they will meet, at what distance from the bottom of the track will they meet? assume gliders as points and the linear air tracks as frictionless.