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After hitting a long fly ball that goes over the right fielder's head and lands in the outfield,...

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Introduction: work
                        
More Details: After hitting a long fly ball that goes over the right fielder's head and lands in the outfield, the batter decides to keep going past second base and try for
                third base. The 62.0-kg player begins sliding 2.50 m from the base with a speed of 4.07 m/s.
                (a) If the player comes to rest at third base, how much work was done on the player by friction?
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                (b) What was the coefficient of kinetic friction between the player and the ground?
                
                Please explain reasoning and steps or please do not answer
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