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This follwing applet is Friction force and motion of the block
Created by prof Hwang Modified by Ahmed
Original project Friction force and motion of the block
A block is moving on a surface with coefficient constant mu=0.6
It will slow down due to friction force.
You can change the external force to keep it moving.
You can add anothe mass on top the block by changing m2.

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