Question

A mass m = 12 kg is pulled along a horizontal floor with NO
friction for a distance d =7.2 m. Then the mass is pulled up an
incline that makes an angle θ = 30° with the horizontal and has a
coefficient of kinetic friction μ_{k} = 0.49. The entire
time the massless rope used to pull the block is pulled parallel to
the incline at an angle of θ = 30° (thus on the incline it is
parallel to the surface) and has a tension T =61 N.

1)What is the work done by tension before the block goes up the incline? (On the horizontal surface.)

2)What is the speed of the block right before it begins to travel up the incline?

3)What is the work done by friction after the block has traveled a distance x = 3.5 m up the incline? (Where x is measured along the incline.)

4)What is the work done by gravity after the block has traveled a distance x = 3.5 m up the incline? (Where x is measured along the incline.)

5)How far up the incline does the block travel before coming to rest? (Measured along the incline.)

Answer #1

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incline that makes an angle θ = 30° with the horizontal and has a
coefficient of kinetic friction μk = 0.49. The entire
time the massless rope used to pull the block is pulled parallel to
the incline at an angle of θ = 30° (thus on the incline it is
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