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I contacted my TA about the problem. The formula was simply V^2 / 2*g*coef=s

Thank you for all your help!

yep vf^2=2as

v^2/(2a)=s

a=g*Uk

v^2/(2*g*uk)=s

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- #26

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I contacted my TA about the problem. The formula was simply V^2 / 2*g*coef=s

Thank you for all your help!

yep vf^2=2as

v^2/(2a)=s

a=g*Uk

v^2/(2*g*uk)=s

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yes but you should've let Cassie do it or done it though pm's :s.

Also your signs are wrong, gravity (if we're going negative y is down) *.44 will give a -acceleration which opposes the motion to the right (+x side of the x axis).

and the velocity given is initial not final.

Oh oops. Alright I see

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