assume it to be rightward). Applying Newton’s second law to the xaxis and yaxis, respectively, produces 0.kNPf maFmg−=Usingvvax2022=+Δwe find a= 0.36 m/s2. Consequently, we obtain fk= 71 N and FN= 392 N. Therefore, μk= fk/FN= 0.18. 105. Probably the most appropriate picture in the textbook to represent the situation in
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