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Posted by Chad on Thursday, August 9, 2012 at 10:14pm.

The wind blows a 0.50 kg Styrofoam box, initially at rest, across level ground and then up an incline where it comes to a rest. The box slides 6.0 m on level ground before sliding up the 20.0
Ovincline. If the effective coefficient of friction between the ground and the box is 0.60, and the wind exerts a constant, horizontally-directed force of 5.0 N, how far up the incline will the box be blown by this wind before it
comes to a stop?

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