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You push a table across the floor at a constant speed with a pushing force of 400 N.  Is the force of kinetic friction between the table and floor less than, equal to or greater than 400 N?

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You push a table across the floor at a constant speed with a pushing force of 400 N.  Is the force of kinetic friction between the table and floor less than, equal to or greater than 400 N?

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