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Susan's 12.0 kg baby brother Paul sits on a mat. Susan pulls the mat across the floor using a rope that is angled 30 degrees above the floor. The tension is a constant 31.0 N and the coefficient of friction is 0.200. Use work and energy to find Paul's speed after being pulled 3.10 m.
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