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How would you derive the formula
{-Ff+Fgx=ma} to show that µs=tanè

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    Net force=mass*acceleratin
    moving force-resistingforce=ma

    Now, the resisting force depends often on mu, and sometimes on a slope, the angle.

    Without your problem, I can go no further.

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