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## What are the useful application of friction?

Friction is a resistance force that slows down or prevents motion, it is necessary for many applications where you might want to hold items or do things and prevent slipping or sliding. Friction is used in car brakes, when we walk or climb a hill, making a fire, skiing down a hill, and more.

## What are the three applications of friction?

Applications of friction

• Friction helps us to walk.
• We can write on paper or on boards using a pencil or chalk.
• The friction between the meteor and the atmosphere heats it up and makes it burn and shrink in size due to air resistance.
• We can fix a nail to the wall.
• Brakes in vehicles are built on the concept of friction.

What are 4 friction examples?

There are mainly four types of friction: static friction, sliding friction, rolling friction, and fluid friction….Static Friction Examples

• Skiing against the snow.
• Creating heat by rubbing both the hands together.
• Table lamp resting on the table.

How friction affects our daily life?

Friction can slow things down and stop stationary things from moving. In a frictionless world, more objects would be sliding about, clothes and shoes would be difficult to keep on and it would be very difficult for people or cars to get moving or change direction.

### What are two friction examples?

Examples of friction

• Lighting a matchstick.
• Brushing your teeth to remove particles.
• Mopping surfaces.
• Ironing a shirt.
• Writing on surfaces.
• Working of an eraser.
• Walking on an oily surface.
• Holding onto objects.

### What is friction give two examples?

Friction acts as a resisting force which is generated , when two solid surfaces slide against one another. Examples :- <> For walking , there is a friction between our shoes / feet . <>There is a friction between the tires of a vehicle and between the road.

What is friction Class 8 example?

One example is the friction that helps the girls climb the rock wall in the picture above. Static friction keeps their hands and feet from slipping. Sliding friction is friction that acts on objects when they are sliding over a surface. Sliding friction is weaker than static friction.