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A 0.50KG BLOCK INITIANALLY ON A REST ON A FRICTIONLESS HORIZONTAL SURFACE IS ACTED UPON BY A FORCE OF 8.0N FOR A DISTANCE OF 4.0M. HOW MUCH KINETIC ENERGY DOES THE BLOCK GAIN?

work done is forceapplied*distance, since no work is absorbed by friction, the final KE must be....

32 J
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