FRICTION

Literature in English

FICTION AND NON-FICTION

What is Friction? This is the general term for invented stories, now usually applied to novels, short stories, novellus, romances, fabled and other narrative works in prose, even though most plays and narrative poems are also fictional. Example of Friction Fable:Fable is a brief tale in verse or prose that conveys a moral lesson, usually

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physics Secondary

FRICTION

DEFINITION OF FRICTION Friction (Fr) is defined as a force which acts at the surface of separation between two objects or two bodies in contact and tend to oppose the motion of one over the other. It is simply force of opposition. We have two types of friction: (a) Static friction, Fs (b) Dynamic friction,

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