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The resistance that one surface or object encounters when moving over another.

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    Friction

    Friction

    by Anusha Natarajan //at grade
    Covers friction.
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    Friction

    Friction

    by EPISD Physics //at grade
    Defines friction and introduces equations using friction.
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    Friction

    Friction

    by Henrik Malmberg //at grade
    In this lesson students will learn about friction, the difference between static and kinetic friction and how to solve problems involving friction.
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    Friction

    Friction

    by Hugo Montaño //at grade
    Defines friction and introduces equations using friction.
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  • Video
    Why can't trains go uphill?

    Why can't trains go uphill?

    by Charles Yu //at grade
    James May looks at why trains can't go uphill.
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  • Real World Application
    How to start a fire using IKEA products

    How to start a fire using IKEA products

    by Savanna Li //at grade
    Using the powers of friction and IKEA products, find out how to make a fire using IKEA products
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  • Real World Application
    Phone Book Friction

    Phone Book Friction

    by Ryan Huang //at grade
    How much friction force could you create with just two books?
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