78. The free-body diagram for the puck is shown below. NFGis the normal force of the ice on the puck, Gfis the force of friction (in the –xdirection), and mgGis the force of gravity. (a) The horizontal component of Newton’s second law gives –f= ma,and constant acceleration kinematics (Table 2-1) can be used to find the acceleration. Since the final velocity is zero, vvax2022=+leads to
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