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A 3.8 kg ball is rolling along a slippery road at 1.5 m/s E. It then rolls onto a patch of grass and slows to a stop over a distance of 3.6 m
a) calculate the total work on the ball
b) calculate the net force that caused the ball to come to a stop (force is constant)

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