Object on a spring is horizontally compressed 5.00m from its equilibrium position, is released and stops at 19.8m away. Spring's constant is 95 N/m. Assuming the object's mass is 60kg:

A) What is the coefficient of kinetic friction between the object and the floor?
B) What was the object's velocity and acceleration?

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