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if I know the kinetic friction and the weight of the chair how do I find the force I need to push the chair ?

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  1. !@#$%^&-Fk = m*a = m*0 = 0.
    !@#$%^& = Fk.

    !@#$%^& = Force applied.
    Fk = Force of kinetic friction.
    m = Mass of chair(kg).
    a = Acceleration of chair.

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