Question

A 172 g block is launched by compressing a spring of constant
*k*=200N/m a distance of 15 cm. The spring is mounted
horizontally, and the surface directly under it is frictionless.
But beyond the equilibrium position of the spring end, the surface
has coefficient of friction *μ*=0.27. This frictional
surface extends 85 cm, followed by a frictionless curved rise, as
shown in the figure

After launch, where does the block finally come to rest? Measure from the left end of the frictional zone

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