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Where Does Friction Happen?

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Friction happens when two things are rubbed against each other. These can be solid things such as two hands rubbing together or a hammer hitting a nail. Friction can also be gases such as friction with the air slowing down a car.
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If there was no friction then we could not walk, we would keep slipping. Nothing would be steady on the ground, many things would be just sliding and sliding. Nothing would exist
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nothing would ever stop sliding.
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