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https://www.thephysicsaviary.com/Physics/Programs/Labs/ForceFriction/
Procedure:
For a 1107 g object mass, provide the peak force for the static coefficient of friction and the dynamic force for the dynamic coefficient of friction for the five pair of material listed on the simulation.
So the peak would be the peak of the graph and then the dynamic force would be when it stops changing? so for the first example 5N?
Alos, how would I get the static and dynamic coefficient of frictions from an experiment conducted at normal temperature and pressure conditions.

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Materials Pair
Peak Force, N
Dynamic Constant
Comments
Force, N
Aluminum on steel
6.8

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