Question

After you slide down frictionless ramp B you land on horizontal ground. The coefficient of friction between you and the ground is 0.7. The vertical drop is 3 m. How far do you slide on the ground before you stop? Again, your mass is 70 kg.

Group of answer choices

3.3 m

2.1 m

4.3 m

2.5 m

2.9 m

Answer #1

After you slide down frictionless ramp B you land on horizontal
ground. The coefficient of friction between you and the ground is
0.7. The vertical drop is 3 m. How far do you slide on the ground
before you stop? Again, your mass is 70 kg.
Group of answer choices
2.9 m
3.3 m
2.5 m
4.3 m
2.1 m

After you slide down frictionless ramp B you land on horizontal
ground. The coefficient of friction between you and the ground is
0.7. The vertical drop is 3 m. How far do you slide on the ground
before you stop? Again, your mass is 70 kg.
2.9 m
2.5 m
4.3 m
2.1 m
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