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m_eghan
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okay so if Ff = μ*Fn then...Bystander said:Close. Frictional force is the product of coefficient of friction and the normal force. One more time.
μ*mg*cos30 + mg*sin30
okay so if Ff = μ*Fn then...Bystander said:Close. Frictional force is the product of coefficient of friction and the normal force. One more time.
thank you so much! you have no idea how much that helped meBystander said:Correct. And you've done the d = (1/2)at^{2} game for the other part of the problem once already, so you should be in business. "Windoze" insists it's going to update, so I'll be off for the next half hour.