Alice A.

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A 2000 kg car traveling down a hill from a height of h=1.5 m collides with a 3000 kg car at the bottom of the hill initially at rest.

A 2000 kg car traveling down a hill from a height of h=1.5 m collides with a 3000 kg car at the bottom of the hill initially at rest. The cars stick together and move 400m before friction causes them to stop. Calculate the coefficient of kinetic friction between the cars and the road.

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