# Need help with problem

A child shoves a small toboggan weighing 100 N up a snowy hill, giving the toboggan an initial speed of 6.0 m/s. If the hill is inclined at an angle of 32° above the horizontal, how far along the hill will the toboggan slide? Assume the coefficient of sliding friction beteen the toboggan and the snow is 0.15

thanks any help is appreciated

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A child shoves a small toboggan weighing 100 N up a snowy hill, giving the toboggan an initial speed of 6.0 m/s. If the hill is inclined at an angle of 32° above the horizontal, how far along the hill will the toboggan slide? Assume the coefficient of sliding friction beteen the toboggan and the snow is 0.15

thanks any help is appreciated
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