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Homework Statement
A 50 kg is pushed across a floor by a constant horizontal force of 200 N. What is the force of friction?
Homework Equations
Ffr = coeff*Fn
The Attempt at a Solution
I'm not sure how to find it as I don't know the coefficient.
The answer says the answer is 200 N, but I don't...
Im about to graduate with a physics and math double major, so I'm currently searching for graduate programs that include applied physics, applied math, and engineering. Ultimately I am interested in applying science/math to practical applications in engineering or earth science. My goal is to...