Block''s acceleration, Mechanical Engineering

 A block whose weight is 36.0 N rests on a horizontal table. A horizontal force of 35 N is applied to the block. The coefficients of static & kinetic friction are 0.650 and 0.420, respectively. Will the block move under the influence of the force, and, if so, what will be the block's acceleration?

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