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what is an example os static friction?
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User: what is an example os static friction?

Weegy: Having your hands touch. anything where things aren't moving, they are just touching. Rubbing your feet with socks on carpet and then touching some1 is and example of static friction. (this may shock the other person or even both)
Expert answered|nikkisc123|Points 5|

User: pushing a book along your desk is an example of what type of friction?

Weegy: A book sliding off a desk or brakes slowing down a wheel are both examples of sliding friction, also called kinetic friction.
Expert answered|nikkisc123|Points 5|

User: an example of rolling friction is what?

Weegy: Wheels, ball bearings, the Egyptians building the pyramids using tree trunks to move the stones. An example of rolling friction would be like a skateboard rolling on a sidewalk. [ An example of rolling friction would be rolling Timothy Kely student at ACEC down a hill. ]
Expert answered|nikkisc123|Points 10|

User: how does gravity and air resistance affect the motion of a falling object?

Weegy: Gravity accelerates falling objects at a constant rate (on Earth, it's 9.8 m/s/s). However, in the presence of air, the air pushes against the falling object, and the faster it's falling then the more air is pushing against it. [ The point at which the air resistance equals the pull of gravity is called "terminal velocity." It varies by object depending on buoyancy. ]
Expert answered|nikkisc123|Points 10|

User: gravity what kind of force that pulls objects to together?

Weegy: Yes, gravity is the force that pulls 2 objects together
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User: what kind of force is gravity?

Weegy: Gravity is one of the 4 fundamental forces of nature, which in addition to gravity includes the strong, weak and electromagnetic forces. Newton's formulation of gravity tells us that gravity is a \frac{1}{r^2} type force. [ That means, for instance, if we have two spherical massive bodies, the force of gravity between them falls off as one over the distance between their center of masses squared. The gravitational force is also a vector. Scienceworld is a good site usually. Here is a link to the Newtonian Gravity section: ]
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User: define gravity

Weegy: the force of attraction between all masses in the universe
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User: define balanced and unbalanced forces

Weegy: A balanced force results whenever two or more forces act upon an object in such a way as to exactly counteract each other.
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User: what is newtons second law of motion?

Weegy: Newton's second law of motion pertains to the behavior of objects for which all existing forces are not balanced. [ The second law states that the acceleration of an object is dependent upon two variables - the net force acting upon the object and the mass of the object. The acceleration of an object depends directly upon the net force acting upon the object, and inversely upon the mass of the object. As the force acting upon an object is increased, the acceleration of the object is increased. As the mass of an object is increased, the acceleration of the object is decreased. ]
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A box sits stationary on a ramp is an example of static friction.
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Pushing a book along your desk is an example of kinetic friction.
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Rolling of ball or wheel on the ground is an example of Rolling friction.
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Air resistance affects the motion of the falling objects by slowing it down - is how does gravity and air resistance affect the motion of a falling object.
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The gravity, an invisible force - pulls objects to together.
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Gravitational Force - kind of force is gravity.
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Balanced forces are those that are opposite in direction and equal in size while unbalanced forces means that the force applied in one direction is greater than the force applied in the opposite direction.

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