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In the figure, a climber leans out against a vertical ice wall that has negligible friction. Distance *a* is 0.975 m and distance *L* is 1.90 m. His center of mass is distance *d* = 0.91 m from the feet-ground contact point. If he is on the verge of sliding, what is the coefficient of static friction between feet and ground?

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