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1.
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___________ is a force that resists the motion of objects or surfaces.
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________ _________ is present when two objects or surfaces slide across each other.
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Contact between the surfaces can cause the tiny bumps to ______ shape or wear away.
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Friction depends on both of the __________ in contact.
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Friction is a force, measured in __________ just like any other force.
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6.
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If you push the box to the left, the force of the sliding friction acts to the ____________.
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7.
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_______ friction acts to keep an object at rest from starting to move.
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8.
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The box stays at rest, therefore the net force is ________.
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9.
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The _________ of static friction is equal and opposite your applied force up to a limit.
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10.
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___________ friction is a force that resists the motion of an object already moving.
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11.
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Pushing a box across the floor at constant speed is actually another example of __________.
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12.
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The reason is that ___________ friction is greater than sliding friction for almost all combinations of surfaces.
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13.
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The amount of __________ that exists when a box is pushed across a smooth floor is greatly different from when it is pushed across a carpeted floor.
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14.
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To pull the paper at a constant speed, the ________ you apply must be equal in strength to the sliding friction.
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15.
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The greater the _______ squeezing two surfaces together, the greater the friction force.
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16.
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If the weight doubles, the _______ of friction also doubles.
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17.
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Any motion where surfaces move across each other or through _____ or water always creates some friction.
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18.
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The fluid used to reduce friction is called a ____________.
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19.
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In systems where there are rotating objects, ______ ________ are used to reduce friction.
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20.
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Well-oiled bearings rotate easily and greatly _______ friction.
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21.
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Another method of reducing friction is to separate the two surfaces with a cushion of ________.
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Friction between the brake pads and the rim slows the _________.
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________ is the force that keeps nails in place.
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