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A hockey puck of mass 0.450 kg is sliding across the ice. However, because of the frictional force between the puck and the ice, the motion of the puck is stopped in 15.8 seconds. Determine the magnitude of the frictional force.

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  1. force=mass*acceleration=mass*changevelocity/time

    solve for force

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