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An ice skater of mass 50kg moving at 10 m/s coasts to a halt in 100 m on a smooth ice surface

a. calculater acceleration of the skater (.5 m/s)
b. what is the force of friction between the ice and the skates? (25 N)
c. calculate the coefficient of friction (.051)

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