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If a block is on an inclined surface, but still at rest, is the force of friction present?

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  1. .Sam.
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    For simplicity, yes. That is the only force which holds the block at rest at incline.|dw:1361688956405:dw|

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    That is what I thought, but I just wanted to make sure, thank you very much sam!

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    Welcome :)

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    What you mean for simplicity? . the force of friction is definitely there regardless of which level of physics you are considering right?

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