anonymous
  • anonymous
A horizontal force drags a box across a floor. If another force of the same magnitude but an angle above the horizontal is applied, the force of kinetic friction become greater become smaller remain the same none of the above
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Remains the same, I think. As long as the surfaces are the same, the force of kinetic friction will stay constant. The additional force may make it easier on the horizontal force to pull the box, but the friction will not change.

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