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An object slides down an inclined plane where there is friction. The time it takes the objects to slide down the plane is 5/4 times longer than the time it takes the same objects to slide down the plane without friction. Calculate the coefficient of friction.

I am completely lost here. If anybody could help me where to start it would be great, like an equation to use it would be greatly appreciated! :D

An object slides down an inclined plane where there is friction. The time it takes the objects to slide down the plane is 5/4 times longer than the time it takes the same objects to slide down the plane without friction. Calculate the coefficient of friction.

I am completely lost here. If anybody could help me where to start it would be great, like an equation to use it would be greatly appreciated! :D

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