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Revilewv Par _ 4200 kg tuck paiked on slope . How big the friction force on the truck? The coefficien of static friction betrcen the tires and the road Express your 4nghei [Ko significant figures and irclude the appropriate units_ You may want revey (Pages 141 145) _ Value Units Subril Request Answer Provide Feedback  #### Similar Solved Questions

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