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- Frictional force between a moving object and the ground
- Work done by this frictional force against motion

Frictional Force (h) N | |

Work of Frictional Force (W_{f}) J |

**Note:** In horizontal motion, θ = 00, so cos θ = cos 00 = 1. This is the reason why the angle θ does not appear in most cases when discussing friction.

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f = μ × m × g × cos θ

f = × × ×

f = N (Newton)

f =

f =

W_{f} = μ × m × g × cos θ × ∆x

W_{f} = × × × ×

W_{f} = J (Joule)

W

W

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