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A box of mass 3.1kg slides down a rough vertical wall. The gravitational force on the box is 30N . When the box reaches a speed of 2.5m/s , you start pushing on one edge of the box at a 45∘ angle (use degrees in your calculations throughout this problem) with a constant force of magnitude Fp = 23N , as shown in figure. (Figure 1) There is now a frictional force between the box and the wall of magnitude 13N . How fast is the box sliding 2.5s after you started pushing on it? Using our simplified model, in which we know that the forces are constant (but we don't know what their magnitudes are), which of the following motion diagrams would be a reasonable representation of the motion of the box?

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