Object(s)Mass (kg)Force of Gravity (N)Fg=m(9.8 m/s2)Normal Force (N)Cancels gravity in thissituation so same valueas FgStatic Friction Force(N)1 boxManGirl + 1 BoxTrash can
Man + 1 boxBox + trashcanMan + trashcanRefrigeratorIF THE OBJECT DOES NOT MOVE EVEN WITH 500 N of force, place an X through the data as it means we cannot find the static friction’s maximumvalue.Use the data to construct aStatic Friction vs. Normal Force.●Title your graphStatic Friction vs. Normal Force●Label your x-axisFNwith unitsN; our independent variable (x) will be Normal Force.oThis should be a positive number, and the same magnitude (size or number) as the Force ofGravity●Label your y-axisFsfwith unitsN; our dependent variable (y) will be the Static Friction ForceoIgnore direction for this graph, all values should be positive values.●Draw a line of best fit using the points●Record the m (slope) and b (y-int) valueWrite your y=mx+b equation: ________________________________The slope here represents ourcoefficient of friction (µs)which you can think of as a measure of the stickinessbetween two surfaces. It is a measure of the ratio of friction and normal force. The subscript ‘s’ next to the µ indicateswe are talking about static friction and an object not in motion. We can specify it as the formula below.Fsf= µs(FN)Static Friction = coefficient of static friction x Normal ForceYour slope (m value) in the graph is the coefficient.Write it down:µs= _______________1.Using your coefficient from the graph (slope), multiply it by the normal force for the box (490 N). What do youget? Show your work.