1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A 5.0 kg block slides along a frictionless horizontal surface with a speed of 7.0 m/s. After sliding a distance of 3.0 m, the block makes a smooth transition to a frictionless ramp inclined at an angle of 40° to the horizontal. How far up the ramp does the block slide before coming momentarily to rest? m 2. Relevant equations F=ma v^2=v(initial)^2+2ad 3. The attempt at a solution v(initial)=7.0 m/s F(net)=Fn-Fg; Fn-Fg=ma Fn=5*9.81*cos 40 Fg=5*9.81 F(net)=-11.4755 a=F(net)/m a=-2.2951 0=v(initial)^2+2ad 0=7^2+2(-2.2951)d 0=49-4.5902d d=49/4.5902 d=10.67 I tried this but it was incorrect. I think I might need to account for the 3 meters before the incline in order to find the initial velocity but since the surface was frictionless and there was no given acceleration is there a change in velocity during that time?