Tabletop shuffleboard is a popular pub game where players slide pucks across a tabletop trying to get them as close to the end of the table as possible, without falling off. Shuffleboard tables are typically covered in shuffleboard wax, which gives a very low coefficient of kinetic friction between the table and puck. Suppose that one particular table is 6.0 long m and has a coefficient of kinetic friction of 0.080. What speed should a player give to a puck on one end of the table so the puck just makes it to the far end?

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