here was the original question. in the design of a super market, there are to be several ramps connecting different parts of the store. cusomers will have to push grocery carts up the ramps. An engineer has done a survey and found that almost no one complains if the force require is no more that 50 N. Will a slope of 5 degrees be too steep, assuming a 30-kg grocery cart (full of groceries)? Assume friction can be accounted for by a coeffecient of 0.10.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

we found that 5 degrees is too high. the new question requires us to find out the actual degree. How would i find it help!!!!!!!!!!!!

i forgot to add the the formula that should be used is as follows

Fapp= (coefficient of friction x mass x gravity x cos thada) + (mass x gravity x sin thada)

i need help with the trig identities part more

PLZ solve full answer plz

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