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Recall that the formula for the maximum friction is \(F_f = \mu N\), where \(\mu\) is the co-efficient of friction, and \(N\) is the normal force.
What is the force of friction on an object, if \(\mu = 0.1, \, N = 10 \, \mathrm{N}\)? The object is not moving and no force is being exerted on it.
  • \(0.1 \times 10\)
  • \(0.1 \times 20\)
  • \(0\)
  • Can't say