# Physics

Two crates are pulled across a floor together, as shown in the diagram. The co-efficient of kinetic friction between the boxes and the surface is μ = 0.25. Calculate:
a. the acceleration of the crates.
b. the contact force between the two crates.

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1. wondering what the diagram shows.

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2. The diagram look like a box on top of another box sliding across a flat surface

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