1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A bug slides back and forth in a bowl 11cm deep, the bowl is frictionless except a 1.5cm patch at the *flat* bottom coefficient of friction = .61 2. Relevant equations W = f*d r= 11cm [tex]\mu=.61[/tex] stickypatch=1.5cm 3. The attempt at a solution i can get the first part (its velocity right when it hits the patch [1.47m/s] afterwards I'm stuck i tried using Work = F*d but i get: W = -.61(mass)(9.81) * .015m how am i supposed to solve this without the required mass? i tried finding substitutes to put in for mass or to remove mass, but no luck.