What Is the Definition of Friction?


Friction is the opposition that an object or a surface encounters as it moves over another. In physics, friction is a force that resists the relative movement or tendency of such movement within two bodies or materials that are in contact.
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Static friction is frictional force that prevents or slows two surfaces from sliding past each other. An example is a kid sliding down the slide.
It is the rubbing of the surface of one body against that of another.
Any two things rubbing together causes friction. Smooth surfaces have less friction than rough ones.
When the national economy is experiencing a downturn, the overall unemployment rate increases, and the frictional unemployment rate decreases. This occurs because, among other things
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Friction is the resistive force acting between two bodies that tends to oppose motion.
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