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Arham96

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A force of 82N is applied to a 12kg curling stone that starts out at rest on a bumpy sheet of ice. After 10s the stone reaches a velocity 2.5m/s.. 1) Find the coefficient of kinetic friction? 2) How far will the stone slide after it's released?(When the pushing force is no longer present)?

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