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A 1500 kg car at rest rolls down a hill inclined at 10 degrees with the horizontal. A 400 N friction force opposes its motion on the inclined plane and a 600 N on the horizontal surface a) how fast will it be moving at point B b) how far from point C will it travel before coming to rest

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