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Suppose with 200 N of force applied horizontally to your 1500 N refrigerator that is slides across your kitchen floor at a constant velocity. What are thre friction forces on the refrigerator?

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    constant velocity? 200 N is the pushing force which is equal to friction.

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    200N

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    200 of course

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    200

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