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A block of wood experiences a normal force of 32 N from a rough,flat surface.there is a rope tied to the blobk.the rope is pulled parallel to the surface and the tension in the rope can be increased to 8 N before the block starts to slide. how can i determine the coefficient of static friction. thanks

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