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A penguin sildes 1.5 m/s across the ice on her belly. The coefficient of kinetic friction is .02

How far will she slide before stopping?

I do not need to see the work to this problem just need to know if I did it right. I got about 5.7 m

I am reviewing for mid terms and we did this a very long time ago so i feel a little be funny about this problem and was woundering if that was the right answer

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