# A block of mass 'm' slips on a rough horizontal table under the action of a horizontal force applied to it . the coefficient of friction between the block and the the table is 'u'. the table does not move on the floor .find the total friction force

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Asked on: 14 Jun 2008

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Using this formular u=F/R were F is the frictional force and R is the normal reaction. R=mass*acceleration due to gravity(g). F=u*R

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