Here is a free body diagram of this block, it will gravity pulling it down towards the floor and a normal force upwards of equal magnitude to the gravity since it is not accelerating vertically and there will be this friction force going backwards opposing its motion which initially is four meters per second to the right. We also know that the coefficient of kinetic friction is zero point two and the final speed is zero meters per second because the question is how far will this block go. We are going to have to figure out first ‘a’, that’s acceleration and then after knowing that acceleration we will be able to figure out the distance. And we’ll find ‘a’ using forces. So say the friction force which is the only horizontal force equals ‘m’ times ‘a’ because since it’s the only one it is the net force. And then we also know the friction force equals: coefficient of friction times the normal force and the normal force is equally gravity since there is no vertical acceleration. So if friction equals ‘µ’ times ‘m’ times ‘g’ and friction equals ’Ffr’ it means that the two are equal. And so we’ll say: ‘m’ times ‘a’ equals coefficient of friction times ‘m’ times ‘g’, ‘m’s cancel telling us that ‘a’ equals coefficient of friction times which is zero point two times nine point eight meters per second squared which is one point nine six meters per second squared and I’m going to introduce a negative sign because we know from our picture that this acceleration is in the negative direction, it’s to the left. And now we’ll figure out how far this block will go. We’ll use the formula ‘vf’ squared equals ‘vi’ squared plus two ‘a’ times‘d’. We know that the final speed is zero then we’ll subtract ‘vi’ squared from both sides and so we have two ‘a’ times ‘d’ equals negative ‘vi’ squared and then divide both sides by two ‘a’ to solve for ‘d’. So we get ‘d’ equals negative ‘vi’ squared over two ‘a’ which is negative four point zero meters per second squared divided by two times negative one point nine six meters per second squared giving us a distance of four point one meters.