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A baseball player running with a speed of 5 m/s initiates a slide into second base at a distance 3.0 m away from the base. Friction coefficient is 0.51.Will the player make It to the base?

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moving at 28.08 km/h. If the coefficient of kinetic friction
between the player and the ground is 0.8, how far does the player
slide before coming to rest?

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6.00meters from second base. He comes to rest just as he touches
the bag 1.50 seconds later
Assume that his acceleration is uniform.
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c) Find the magnitude of the frictional force acting on him
during his slide.
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