94. We note that in one second, the block slides
d
= 1.34 m up the incline, which means
its height increase is
h
=
d
sin
θ
where
=
F
H
G
I
K
J
=°
−
tan
.
1
30
40
37
We also note that the force of kinetic friction in this inclined plane problem is
cos
kk
fm
g
μ
=
, where
k
= 0.40 and
m
= 1400 kg. Thus, using Eq. 831 and Eq. 833,
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 Physics, Force, Friction

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