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### P0IITU04 - Friction

Course: PHY 203, Spring 2011
School: St. Mary NE
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FRICTION 1) balaji&amp;balaji Introduction 2) Static friction Solved Problems 3) Kinetic friction Solved Problems 4) Exercises 5) Assessment test Introduction When one surface slides over another or has a tendency to, a force parallel to the interface acts on the two surfaces which resists the sliding. This force is called friction. This force is due to the roughness of the surfaces, the tiny bumps and...

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