Friction

Friction
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  • Today, we will talk about friction. Friction is when a object rubs up against another object. Rubbing my hands together makes friction.
  • The wheels on this bus against the road creates friction.
  • This guys shoes against the floor is friction.
  • Friction is very important. Without friction, we would keep going forward no matter what. That is were Newton's first law of motion comes into play.
  • Newton's first law states that anything not in motion will stay not moving and anything in motion will stay in motion unless a force acts upon it. This ball is moving and will not stop unless a force acts upon it
  • well...good bye then. See you later. Come back again!
  • The lamp post was the force to make the ball stop. Not just that but the side walk was a form of friction on the ball. The side walk slowed the ball down a bit before the ball ran into the lamp post.
  • KLUNK!
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