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A block of mass $m$ is sliding along a surface with a coefficient of friction $\mu_k$. The block has a velocity of $v_0$. A block of mass $2m$ slides along the same surface also with $\mu_k$ at $v_0$.

If both blocks come to a stop along the surface due to friction only, what conclusions can be drawn?


The larger block traveled farther.


The smaller block traveled farther.


Both blocks traveled the same distance.


Not enough information was given to draw conclusions.

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