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mariovera1
 2 years ago
Suppose you were coasting on a level surface on a bicycle, and there was no friction. Ignoring air resistance, what would happen to your speed?
mariovera1
 2 years ago
Suppose you were coasting on a level surface on a bicycle, and there was no friction. Ignoring air resistance, what would happen to your speed?

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aaronq
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1you wouldn't be able to go forward because the tires would spin under you because there is no friction (imagine using a flat tire on wet ice).

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 2 years ago
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