PARTS C AND D ARE WHAT I'M HAVING TROUBLE WITH. a tobaggan of mass 20kg is dragged horizontally across snow by someone who exerts a force of 45N. the tobaggan travels 8m under the action of the force and has a final speed of 2.6 m/s. a)calculate the actual kinetic energy of the tobaggan based on its speed Ek=1/2mv^2 =1/2(20)(2.6) =67.6J b)Calculate the amount of work actually done on the tobaggan by the applied force W=F X d =450X8 =3600J c)From your answers to parts a and b, calculate the amount of thermal energy generated. Ethermal=Ekinetic + Epotential I know that potential =3600J from b (the actual work done), but what's the potential - would it be a's answer of 67.6? d)Explain how this thermal energy was generated and state one effect it might have. I think that it was generated by the friction caused between the tobagganand the snow, which the tobagan was being dragged.the effect is the the friction would cause a transfer of kinetic energy into the snow molecules. This increased vibration of snow molecules will cause and increase in the total energy, or thermal energy, which will cause the snow to melt. IS THIS RIGHT? THANKYOU.