I am currently taking a physics class and I'm studying for the final and I've been stuck on this problem and haven't been able to find help from the book nor help from online. The professor said the answer was .56m, but I've been trying formulas for about an hour now and haven't been getting anything close to that. Help please? 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A block of mass m=0.2 kg, is pushed by a spring of stiffness k=300 N/m, initially compressed by A=10cm, up the 30° wedge. If the friction coefficient between the block and the wedge is 0.6, how far will the block pass in m along the wedge before it stops? 2. Relevant equations I think: ω = √(k/m) T = (2π)/ω x = Acos(ωt + φ) 3. The attempt at a solution ω = √(300/.2) = 7.7 T = (2π)/7.7 = .82 x = (10)cos(7.7*.82) = 9.99 Like I said, I've been trying different formulas for about an hour now, so I don't think I'm using the right ones. Any help would be amazing, thank you!