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A 5 kg block is pulled from rest along a horizontal surface by a rope with a force of 12 N. It experiences a constant frictional force of 1 N. How far has the block moved in the first six seconds?

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ma=FF(fr)
a=[FF(fr)]/m
s=at²/2
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