1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A 15.0kg stone slides down a snow-covered hill, leaving point A with a speed of 12.0m/s . There is no friction on the hill between points A and B, but there is friction on the level ground at the bottom of the hill, between B and the wall. After entering the rough horizontal region, the stone travels 100 m and then runs into a very long, light spring with force constant 2.30N/m . The coefficients of kinetic and static friction between the stone and the horizontal ground are 0.20 and 0.80, respectively. How far will the stone compress the spring? Other relevant information: Height of A = 20m Distance between A and B (horizontal): 15m 2. Relevant equations f=ma Ke=.5mv^2 .5kx^2 Fr=umg 3. The attempt at a solution I found the velocity at point b = 23.2 m/s or a KE of 4036.8 J. I then subtracted work done by friction and set it all equal to the spring compression equation: .5*15*23.2^2-umg(100+x)=.5(2.3)x^2 4036.8-2943+29.43x-1.15x^2 Quad eq: x=46.2m However, this is off by quite a distance. Any help on this? Thanks in advance!