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A hockey puck sliding on ice at $10\text{ m/s}$ stops after traveling $50\text{ m}$.

What is the coefficient of kinetic friction between the ice and the puck? (Note: Use $g = 10\text{ m/s}^2$ for the acceleration due to gravity.)

A

The coefficient of kinetic friction cannot be determined without the mass of the puck.

B

$0.15$

C

$0.12$

D

$0.1$

E

$0.05$

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