hmm so far..
m= mass of box and M=mass of cart. I assume the acceleration of the box and cart is the same.
F(box)=force(friction)=umg=ma
ug=a
F(cart)=force done by you=Ma
Substitute ug=a into the equation.
u*g*M=Force so mass of the box doesn't matter?
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