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A 3.00 kg block slides down a 37.0 degree inclined plane. If the acceleration of the block is 1.52 m/s2, a) the force of kinetic friction on the block. b) the normal force on the block. c) the coefficient of kinetic friction on the block. d) the angle needed to make the block slide down the incline at a constant speed.

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