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You do 68.41 J of work to move a 18.4 kg chair 3.71 m across the floor at a constant velocity by pushing down on the back of the chair at some angle. If the coefficient of kinetic friction between the chair and the floor is 0.1, what is the angle (relative to the floor) at which you are pushing?


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