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The "coefficient of kinetic friction force" is

On a flat floor, the "normal force" is just the net vertical force.

What is the weight of a 6.00 kg box (the downward force due to gravity)?

If the acceleration is 1.2 m/s

If the acceleration is 1.2m/s

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I'm super confused. I got lost after you said find weight. Isn't weight mg? So that would be 6*9.8=58.8N, but I don't know where to go from there. Where does the .360 come in?

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