1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A boy does 465 J of work pulling an empty wagon along level ground with a force of 111 N [31° below the horizontal]. A frictional force of 155 N opposes the motion and is actually slowing the wagon down from an initial high velocity. The distance the wagon travels is _____. 2. Relevant equations W = Fdcosθ 3. The attempt at a solution 465 J = (111 N)d(cos31°) d = (465 J)/(111 N)(cos31°) d = 4.89 m Where does the frictional force come in here? Does it actually affect the distance travelled or does it just slow down the wagon?