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Question 1 (2 points) This assignment is set up for sequential assessment. Complete each question and submit the answer before moving on to the next question. Correct answers for each question will be made available once the maximum number of attempts have been made for each submission weiht + This problem is similar to lecture example and discussion problem. As shown in the figure, a 22 kg block is pulled to the right by force F = 100 N. The coefficient of kinetic friction between the block and the floor is uk = 0.29. The block moves through a distance of 18.00 m. DON"T use scientific notation. Review on application of Newton's second law. Step 1: Start by drawing a free body diagram of the block, including all the forces exerted on the block. Label the normal force as FN, label the weight as weight, the kinetic frictional force fk. You should be able to calculate the weight of the block. Force Fis given. But the other 2 forces: the frictional force fk and the normal force Fn are unknown. For each force, write its x component and y
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