Problem: A block of mass 3.8 kg, sliding on a horizontal plane, is released with a velocity of 2.9 m/s. The block slides and stops at a distance of 1.5 m beyond the point where it was released. How far would the block have slid if its initial velocity were increased by a factor of 2.9? 1. 14.336 2. 15.376 3. 10.935 4. 15.979 5. 12.615 6. 7.497 7. 13.454 8. 3.328 9. 9.522 10. 12.844

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A block of mass 3.8 kg, sliding on a horizontal plane, is released with a velocity of 2.9 m/s. The block slides and stops at a distance of 1.5 m beyond the point where it was released. How far would the block have slid if its initial velocity were increased by a factor of 2.9?

1. 14.336

2. 15.376

3. 10.935

4. 15.979

5. 12.615

6. 7.497

7. 13.454

8. 3.328

9. 9.522

10. 12.844

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