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An ice skater slides (without pushing) across a frozen pond for 25.0 m before coming to a stop. If the coefficient of kinetic friction is 0.050, how fast was the skater initially moving?

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    m•v²/2 =μ•m•g•s

    v=sqrt(2• μ•g•s)

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