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A 12 kg block is pulled along a level plane by a FF = 86 NN force directed 40° above the horizontal. The coefficient of kinetic friction between the block and plane is μkμk = 0.39

1.Find the x-component of the 86 NN force acting on the block.

F_{x=. N}

_{2.}Find the y-component of the 86 NN force acting on
the block

Fy

3.Find the y-component of the 86 NN force acting on the block.

4. Find the acceleration of the block.

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