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If I have a block that weighs 120 lbs, is at rest on a smooth horizontal

surface. A constant force of 15 lbs is applied at 20 degrees for 14 seconds, how do I find the final velocity (ft/s) at t=10 seconds? I've already found that the reaction force is 114.87 N (lb).

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