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The 1.0 kg physics book in Figure P8.38 is connected by a string to a 600 g coffee cup. The book is given a push up the slope and released with a speed of 3.0 m/s. The coefficients of friction are Us = 0.50 and uk = 0.20.

http://www.webassign.net/knight/p8-38.gif

(a) How far does the book slide?

(b) At the highest point, does the book stick to the slope, or does it slide back down?

If the book sticks, what magnitude of force along the incline is required to make it slide down? If the book slides, what magnitude of force along the incline is required to make the book stick?

So this is what I did.

For the cup

∑(Fc)y = T - mg = ma

For the book.

∑(Fb)y = N - mgcos(@) = 0

∑(Fb)x = -T - fk - mgsin(@) = ma

∑(Fb)x = -T - uk(m(b)*a + (m(b)*g) - m(b)sin(@) = m(b)a

I add the cup to the book.

-m(a)g - uk(m(b)*a + (m(b)*g) - m(b)sin(@) = m(b)a + m(c)a = a(m(b) + m(a))

-{ g(m(a) + uk(m(b)*a + (m(b)*g) - m(b)sin(@) } / { m(b) + m(a) = a

after solving for acceleration I use a to find delta x

Vf = 0, Vi = 3 so

0 = (3)^2 + 2a(deltaX)

deltaX = -9/2a

so that gives me (a)

For (b) I reason the book slides back down.

And for C I'm having trouble visualizing how to set up the problem

I'm setting it up like this

Components to the left:

Tension

Ma

Mgsin@

Components to the right:

static friction

and the force?

I just need a little help on this one. Anything will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.