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sasogeek

  • 5 years ago

when a block of wood of mass 2kg is pushed along the horizontal flat surface of a bench, the friction force is 4N, when the block is pushed along the bench with a force of 10N, it moves with a constant speed of...?

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  1. anonymous
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    10 Newtons of force is applied, subtract the 4 N lost through frictional force and then divide by the 2 kg, bringing the acceleration to 3 m/s squared. Remember that Newtons is a compound unit and equal to kg * m / s squared

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    thanks a lot

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