1. The problem statement, all variables and given/ You must push a box up an incline plane (the angle being constant : a), to a person waiting to receive it, who is a distance of h(constant) vertically above you. Though the slope is slippery, there is a small amount of friction with kinetic friction coefficient μk. Use the work-energy theorem to determine the minimum speed at which you must push the box, so that it may reach the receiver. Express answer in terms of g, h, μk, and a 2. Relevant equations Among many equations there are: Fk=μk*Fn (FN being natural force) Force of Gravity=mg 3. The attempt at a solution I know that the answer is the square root of 2gh(1+μk/tan(a)), but I am not fully sure what the steps are to reaching this conclusion.