1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Julia is delivering newspapers. Suppose she is driving at 15 m/s along a straight road and wants to drop a paper out the window from a height of 1.00m so it slides along the shoulder and comes to rest in the customer's driveway. At what horizontal distance before the driveway should she drop the paper? The coefficient of kinetic friction between the newspaper and the ground is 0.40. Ignore air resistance and assume no bouncing and rolling. 2. Relevant equations delta y = Viy* delta t + 1/2 ay* delta t^2 delta x= Vix * detal t 3. The attempt at a solution delta y = Viy* delta t + 1/2 ay* delta t^2 -1m=0 + 1/2(-9.8m/s^2)*delta t^2 ==> delta t = sq. root of (-2* -1m/-9.8m/s^2) = 0.45s delta x= Vix * detal t=15m/s * 0.45s = 6.78m I am not sure what to do with the coefficient of kinetic friction between the newspaper and the ground???? Please help!!! Or is it a trick to throw me off... the answer is just simply 6.78 m????