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The coefficients of friction between a 250 lb football sled and the grass are Mu(s)=0.6 and Mu(k)=0.4. For grass and cleats, Mu(s)=0.9. One 280 lb tryout exerts a horizontal push of 140 lb on the sled. What is the acceleration of the sled?
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