1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A 2-kg particle is acted upon by a force given by F = -100x, where F is in Newtons, while being influenced by a constant nonconservative force of 50 N. The object is released from rest at x = 5.0 m. Estimate how far the particles moves before it comes to a stop. 2. Relevant equations W = [tex]\Delta[/tex]K + [tex]\Delta[/tex]U + Q dW = F dx 3. The attempt at a solution Since velocity = 0 when the object stops, I did: W = 50*x [tex]\int[/tex] -100x dx = 50*x The boundaries for integration are from 5 to x. Which leads to: -50x^2 + 50(5)^2 = 50*x When I solve for x, though, the answer isn't right, so obviously I did something wrong. Any hinters on what? I have a feeling it's because they're asking for how far the particle moved and not just the x location, but how would I go about finding that?