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A 0.400kg0.400kg block is *initially at rest* on a
horizontal surface, and is attached to an initially unstreteched
spring with a force constant of 2.00N/m2.00N/m. The coefficient of
kinetic friction between the block and the surface is 0.4000.400. A
constant force of 2.30N2.30N to the right is applied to the
block.

(A) Draw a free body diagram showing all forces on the block as it moves to the right.

Determine

(B) the initial Kinetic Energy of the block: J,
and

(C) the initial Potential Energy (i.e. the initial energy stored in
the spring): J

The block moves 0.600 m to the right of its starting position.
Determine

(D) the work done by the applied force: J,

(E) the work done by the force of friction : J,

(F) the work done by the normal force: J and,

(G) the work done by the force of gravity: J.

(H) the final Potential Energy (i.e. the final energy stored in the spring): J

Using work and energy methods and your results above,
determine

(I) the final Kinetic Energy of the box: J, and

(J) the final speed of the box: J, and

Answer #1

A 0.400kg0.400kg block is initially at rest on a
horizontal surface, and is attached to an initially unstreteched
spring with a force constant of 2.00N/m2.00N/m. The coefficient of
kinetic friction between the block and the surface is 0.4000.400. A
constant force of 2.30N2.30N to the right is applied to the
block.
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Determine
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