Question

A hockey puck (mass = 3.5 kg) leaves the players stick (moving
to the left) with a speed of 28 m/s and slides on the ice before
coming to rest.

The coefficient of friction between the puck and the ice is
0.9.

What is the normal force on the puck?

N

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What is the friction force exerted on the puck due to the
ice?

N

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What is the magnitude of the acceleration of the puck due to this
friction force?

m/s^{2}

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How long will the puck slide after leaving the players stick? (what
amount of time will it be sliding)

s

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How far will the puck slide after leaving the players stick?

m

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