Yes it is. If you draw a diagram, using trigo identities you find that
this is the problem
a girl slid along an 8.0 m long frictionless slide with an inclined at 25 degrees with the horizontal. if she started from rest, what is her velocity at the bottom?
here's my question..
is the acceleration of the girl equal to 9.8m/s2sin25?
But you don't really need to use that. Since there is no friction, you have "conservation of energy". At the top of the slide, the girl is m above the base and so her potential energy, relative to the bottom of the slide, is and her kinetic energy is 0 so her total energy is . At the bottom of the slide, her potential energy, again relative to the bottom of the slide, is, of course, 0 so here kinetic energy must be or . If you use acceleration to find velocity, you can use that as a check.