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 2 years ago
Please help. I need to figure this problem out in 30 minutes. ;( I don't know what to do.
A mover is pushing a 1,451 pound box across a garage floor. Assuming that it is already moving at a constant velocity, what is the friction being exerted on the box?
What force must the mover push in order to keep the box moving at a constant velocity?
Finally, if the mover wanted to START moving the 1,451 pound box, how much force does he have to exert?
 2 years ago
Please help. I need to figure this problem out in 30 minutes. ;( I don't know what to do. A mover is pushing a 1,451 pound box across a garage floor. Assuming that it is already moving at a constant velocity, what is the friction being exerted on the box? What force must the mover push in order to keep the box moving at a constant velocity? Finally, if the mover wanted to START moving the 1,451 pound box, how much force does he have to exert?

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