If someone wanted going to push a static object a certain amount of distance how would you calculate the force the person needs to apply to the object? I know you have to take the static force of friction into account so lets say the force of static friction is 10N to get the object moving, I know you would have to take the Fnet to find the total force the object is given, Fa-10N. And then lets say the object has kinetic force of friction of 5N, how would you determine the force the man needs to push the object with to move the object 2 meters? And lets say the object ways 5kg. I just have no clue how I would be able to find the force. Does anybody have any equations that might help me or can explain this to me? I feel like im missing something.