## [answered] A block is prevented from sliding down as wall with a force

7. A block is prevented from sliding down as wall with a force, F, as shown below. The coefficient of static friction between the block and the wall is ?s = 0.2

a) Draw the FBD for this block.

b) What force(s) are responsible for holding the block up? (you may use components of a force for your response).

c) Describe how the friction force is generated (recall Ff = ?sFN). You may use equations to help with your answer.

d) If the mass of the block is 5kg, what is the minimum force, F, required to prevent the block from sliding down the wall?

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