A block is given an initial velocity of 5.00 m/s up a frictionless incline with an angle of 19.0...

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A block is given an initial velocity of 5.00 m/s up a frictionless incline with an angle of 19.0 degrees. How far up the incline does the block slide before coming to rest?

Third Kinematic Equation:

The third kinematic equation to find total displacement, final velocity, initial velocity, or acceleration of a moving body.

{eq}{v^2} = {u^2} + 2as {/eq}

Here, {eq}v {/eq} is the final velocity, {eq}u {/eq} is the initial velocity, {eq}a {/eq} is the acceleration, and {eq}s {/eq} is the total displacement.

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Given Data

  • The initial velocity of the block is {eq}u = 5.00\;{\rm{m/s}} {/eq}.
  • The angle of inclination is {eq}\theta = 19^\circ {/eq}.
  • The final...

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