LR Physics Question

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I’m working on a physics discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.

Use the force method with your values of the two masses and the coefficient of kinetic friction to calculate the time it would take for an object to move 1 foot (0.305m) starting from rest on a flat surface.The coefficient of kinetic friction is 0.38 while the hanging mass is 80g.Other necessary values are down below:

PART 1 – Compare results with Friction Lab
From Friction Lab, coefficient of static friction
mass of sample, M [kg]
hanging mass, m [kg]
coefficient of static friction using Force method
Part 2 – Find coefficient of kinetic friction
distance for test, delta-x [m]
average of 20 times (s) for sample to move a distance delta-
acceleration of sample, a (nus^2]
coefficient of kinetic friction (from Force method)

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