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Posted by jane on Tuesday, February 14, 2012 at 5:28pm.

A block (m = 38.0kg) sits on an inclined plane of 38 degrees. If there is no friction,k what magnitude force is needed to keep the block from sliding? If there is friction, with coefficients 0.580 and 0.630, what is the maximum magnitude force that can be applied before the block begins sliding?

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