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This problem is about the work-energy theorem.

What is the final speed of the particle? Express your answer in terms of K_f and M.

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    You need to provide numbers to get a numerical answer. You seem to have omitted important numbers and a description of the physical situation. Kinetic friction seems to be involved.

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