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Physics, 08.02.2017 22:29

To move a resting box of 100 newton on the ground with kinetic friction coeficient of 0,250 is applied a force of 60 n horizontally and displacing it 10 m. how much work does applied force do? how much work is done against friction force? what is kinetic energy of the box?


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