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The following are friction problems. Use the equations in your book/notes to solve them.

1) A desk has a mass of kilograms. If the coefficient of static friction between the desk and the floor is , what force must be used to move the desk from rest?
N

2) Once the desk above is in motion, what force must be used to keep it moving at a constant velocity if the coefficient of kinetic friction is ?
N

3) An object takes 12.3 meters to stop because of friction. Assume no skidding. If the coefficient of static friction is , what is the initial velocity of the object?
m/s

4) A block begins to slide down a ramp after being elevated to an angle of degrees. What is the coefficient of static friction?
(no units)




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