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ShikhaDessai Group Title

what is retarding force?

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  1. rajathsbhat Group Title
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    something that slows things down?

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  2. ShikhaDessai Group Title
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    ohk....

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  3. rajathsbhat Group Title
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    an example would be laziness ;)

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    ???????

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  5. rajathsbhat Group Title
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    nvm

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    lol

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    lol.. hulk tried to crack a joke :D

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    For example if a ball is in motion and you sligtly touch it with a finger then it slows down before it stops. So ya finger made the retarding force :|

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    or a better example.. in spiderman 2.. doctor octavius kills the driver and makes the train go full speed.. its then the spiderman who uses his legs, then his web to slow the train down.. thus spiderman put the retarding force :D

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    Yeah nice example bro :D

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  11. ShikhaDessai Group Title
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    yeah:P

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    thanks

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    it is the phenomenom of resistance to motion through fluid!! :D

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    thats just one example kugyy... you are referring to drag force which is also retarding ;-)

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    lol my bad i just like to be technical lol

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  16. Mashy Group Title
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    hmmm cute kitty kat being technical.. thats odd :P

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  17. kugler97 Group Title
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    lol i knwo and i just put a random picture lmfao and lol i know it is odd :D

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