# Accelerated Physics

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An 18.0 kg box is released on a 35.0° incline and accelerates down the incline at 0.269 m/s2. Find the friction force impeding its motion.

How large is the coefficient of friction?

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Netforcedownplane= mass*acceleration
mg*SinTheta-mu*mgCosTheta= mass*a
solve for mu.

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