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A 1 kg block, starting from rest, slides down a 22 degree inclined plane that is .55m tall. At the bottom, the 1 kg block collides with a 3 kg block. The two blocks stick together and slide .52 m on a friction less horizontal surface for .52 sec. What is the speed of the 1kg block before it collides with the 3 kg block? What is the acceleration of the 1kg block as it travels down the inclined plane? What is the coefficient of friction between the 1kg block and the inclined plane, mk?

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