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A 5.00-kg5.00-kg block is sent up a ramp inclined at an angle ?=28.0∘θ=28.0∘ from the horizontal. It is given an initial velocity ?0=15.0 m/sv0=15.0 m/s up the ramp. Between the block and the ramp, the coefficient of kinetic friction is ?k=0.50μk=0.50 and the coefficient of static friction is ?s=0.60.μs=0.60.

What distance ?D along the ramp's surface does the block travel before it comes to a stop?

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