Define normal force. What is its relationship to friction when friction behaves simply?
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In physics we often use the word called normal force.
This is the normal reaction from a surface or some short of thing which an object gets.
Imagine you are standing on an elevator which is not moving.
By the principle of gravity, earth exerts a force on you towards it.
By the Newton’s 3rd law, the floor also must exert a force on you by the same amount but in an opposite direction.
This force is called the normal reaction.
Textbook: College Physics
Author: Paul Peter Urone, Roger Hinrichs
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