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What is the equation for static friction?


The force that keeps object at rest is known as static friction. It is equal to the product of normal force and coefficient of static friction.
Equation for static friction = Normal force Coefficient of static friction



What is the formula of static friction?


Formula: Fs N μs
Where N is normal force and sis coefficient of static friction



How do you solve for static frictional force?


Static frictional force can be calculated by using normal force and coefficient of static friction.
        Fs=N μs
Let Normal force = 50 N
Coefficient of static friction μs= 0.2
Plugging value of N and μs in the formula we get static frictional force.
Fs=N μs
  = 500.2
  =10 N
In this way we have solved for static frictional force.


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