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Posted by Maine on Sunday, January 15, 2012 at 11:07am.

An obj of considerably small spatial extent (volume) slides down at a constant velocity of 2.75 m/s along an inclined board whose inclination with respect to the horizontal is 30 degrees. After reaching the bottom of the board, it travels horizontally along a surface that is made up of the same material as that of the inclined board. Find the distance that will covered by the object before coming to a stop.

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