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Under the influence of its drive force, a snowmobile is moving at a constant velocity along a horizontal patch of snow. When the drive force is shut off, the snowmobile coasts to a halt. The snowmobile and its rider have a mass of 189 kg. Under the influence of the drive force of 205 N, it is moving at a constant velocity whose magnitude is 6.62 m/s. The drive force is then shut off; find the distance in which the snowmobile coasts to a halt.

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at a constant velocity along a horizontal patch of snow. When the
drive force is shut off, the snowmobile coasts to a halt. The
snowmobile and its rider have a mass of 130 kg. Under the influence
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