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You and your roommate need to move a refrigerator to a new location. You push against the
refrigerator with a force of 350 N an angle of 20° above the long axis while your roommate pushes
with a force of 450 N at an angle of 45° below the long axis, as shown in the diagram below. If the
coefficient of friction for the wood floor is 0.45 and the refrigerator has a mass of 145 kg, will you
and your roommate be able to move it?

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.oll T-Mobile LTE 1 50% 6:29 PM Back EB4_Linear Kinet... a ate need to move a refrigerator to a new location. You push a ce of 350 N an angle of 20° above the long axis while your roc at an angle of 45° below the long axis, as shown in the diagrar for the wood floor is 0.45 and the refrigerator has a mass of 1 e able to move it? 350N Fiction 20° 45° 450 N Top down view Desired direction of movement Notifications Dashboard Calendar To Do Inbox

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3ree body diagram for the xefrigerator is as shown in the fig 3 sDN TOP VIEW 450 4 50N

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