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Hi everyone,

i have been trying to find an answer to this problem I have but couldnt find any good answers...

(I dont know much about this stuff, but need a formula for a Project I am currently working on).

So The problem goes as follows:

Assuming we have a ball with a mass of m which is rolling on a flat surface with an initial velocity of v. Lets call the friction coefficiant between the surface and the Ball p. How much distance will the ball have traveled after t seconds when it is constantly affected by friction?

i have been trying to find an answer to this problem I have but couldnt find any good answers...

(I dont know much about this stuff, but need a formula for a Project I am currently working on).

So The problem goes as follows:

Assuming we have a ball with a mass of m which is rolling on a flat surface with an initial velocity of v. Lets call the friction coefficiant between the surface and the Ball p. How much distance will the ball have traveled after t seconds when it is constantly affected by friction?