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A 3.1 kg bundle starts up a 30° incline with 139 J of kinetic energy. How far will it slide up the plane if the coefficient of friction is 0.30?

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asked by KRISTEL
  1. Post your work and I'll check it/guide you. If you're having trouble getting started try drawing a picture. Nice and BIG.

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    posted by PayDay
  2. original energy=changePE+frictionenergy
    =mgdistance*sinTheta+distance*mu*mg*cosTheta*distance

    solve for distance

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    posted by bobpursley

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