1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data In the last second of a hockey game, a player slaps the puck in the empty net 32.5 m away. The puck leaves the stick with the speed of 41.5 m/s. Calculate the final velocity of the puck if its mass is 0.17 kg. 2. Relevant equations μK = 0.005 μK = FK / FN F = ma v22 = v12 + 2ad 3. The attempt at a solution Force normal of puck: FN = Fg = m x g = 0.17 kg x 9.8 m/s2= 1.67 N μK = FK / FN FK = μK / FN = 0.005 / 1.67 N = 0.00835 N a = (Funbalance/ m) = (0.00835 N / 0.17 kg) 0.049 m/s2 Finally, I solve for v2: v2 = √(v12 + 2ad) = √(41.52 + 2(0.049)(32.5) = 41.5 m/s2 My problem is that my final velocity is the same as my initial velocity? Where did I go wrong?