Posted by **Anonymous** on Saturday, April 21, 2012 at 12:54pm.

A 2 kg metal plate slides down a 11-meter high slope. At the bottom its speed is 7.5 m/s. To the nearest Joule, what was the magnitude of the work done by friction?If the slope in the above problem is 22 degrees, what is the coefficient of friction?

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