# More Friction and Inclined Planes

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# More Friction and Inclined Planes

Students learn how to solve problems involving friction and inclined planes, starting with calculating the friction force on a stationary object when an external force is applied.

Later, as learning progresses, they explore the effects of different forces on objects in motion, ensuring a constant velocity, and determining tensions that result in equilibrium.

The lesson involves working through three examples, with the first focusing on the magnitude of friction force acting on a block, the second on the puck's motion up a slope, and the third on finding the maximum and minimum tensions in a rope to maintain a box's equilibrium on an inclined plane.

Resolving Forces and Friction

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