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# SCAN0011 - 2 A 75 kg block is released from rest and then...

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Unformatted text preview: 2. A 75 kg block is released from rest and then slides for a distance of 5.0 111 down a ramp that is inclined 30 degrees above the horizontal. The 75 kg block strikes a 25 kg block that is resting on a horizontal surface at the bottom of the ramp. The block faces that collide with each other are covered with Velcro causing the two blocks to stick together. Both the surface of the ramp and the horizontal surface have a coefﬁcient of kinetic friction of 0.15. a. (10 points) What is the speed of the 75 kg block at the bottom of the ramp just prior to the collision with the 25 kg block? b. (10 points) After the collision, how far do the two blocks travel on the horizontal surface before coming to a stop? ””755? g' 3756 52730 mi: 25169 h=5m 61:95an 3(430086 , 6:560 may/.730 warez/102536: MCCSB jam?” 7 15(53m/52. ' \/7. W7": 252d ...
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