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a block of mass 1500kg lying steady on horizontal surface of a table needs 200N horizontal force to come in motion. What is coefficient of static friction between the block and the surface of table

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  1. M*g = 1500 * 9.8 = 14,700 N. = Wt. of
    block. = Normal(Fn).

    Fap-Fs = M*a.
    200-Fs = M*0 = 0.
    Fs = 200 N.

    Fs = u*Fn.
    u = Fs/Fn = 200/14,700 = 0.0136.

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