A 6.10 kg block is pushed 9.30 m up a smooth 38.0 inclined plane by a horizontal force of 76.0 N . If the initial speed of the block is 3.30 m/s up the plane, calculate the:

(a) initial kinetic energy of the block

(b) work done by the 76.0 N force

(c) work done by gravity

(d) work done by the normal force

(e) final kinetic energy of the block

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