1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A block is sliding with an initial velocity of 7.3 m/s along a frictionless horizontal surface when it then goes up an incline of 51.5 degrees that does have friction. If the kinetic friction coefficient is 0.1 then how far along the incline (hypotenuse) will the object travel before it stops? Θ = 51.5° µ(k) = 0.1 v(initial) = 7.3 m/s v(final) = 0 ...because the question asks at what point will it stop, meaning there is no more speed. g = 9.81 d = ? m = ? a = ? ...i do not know if i even need acceleration F = ? W = ? 2. Relevant equations KE = W = 1/2mv(final) - 1/2mv(initial) F = mg W = Fd Force up ramp... F = mg sinΘ Normal Force against ramp... Fnormal = mg cosΘ Force of friction between block and ramp... F(f) = µ Fnormal 3. The attempt at a solution Honestly i have no clue where to even begin, i am so lost on this problem :( Also, my equations could be wrong. Could somebody please give me a detailed walkthrough on how to solve this?