You see the boy next door trying to push a crate down the sidewalk. He can barely keep it moving, and his feet occasionally slip. You start to wonder how heavy the crate is. You call to ask the boy his mass, and he replies " 51.0 kg." From your recent physics class you estimate that the static and kinetic coefficients of friction are 0.900 and 0.4 for the boy's shoes, and 0.5 and 0.2 for the crate. what is the mass of the crate? <<Forces acting on the boy>> X= F(static friction)-F(box on boy)=ma=0 F(static f)=F(boy on box) y= Fg=Fn <<Forces acting on box>> X= F(boy on box)- F(kinetic friction)=ma=0 F(boy on b)= F(kinetic friction) y: Fn=Fg and the F(boy on b)= -F(box on boy)= F i cant understand why this isnt working if i plug in all my numbers and manipulate the equations.