Examples of Static Friction?

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Static friction is a force that resists the lateral movement of two objects when they are placed against each other or are touching each other. Examples of static friction include are car tires when the car is in motion and not sliding. The static friction occurs between the road surface and the surface of the tires. Another examples of static friction is a box that is sitting on an incline yet doesn't move. A third example is sitting at a computer; the static friction occurs between your rear end and the surface of the chair seat.
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