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    so only the reaction force applies when the plane is smooth? no friction
    friction is a reaction force parallel to the direction of motion or potential motion
    The normal reaction however will always be there (smooth or rough)
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    friction is a reaction force parallel to the direction of motion or potential motion
    The normal reaction however will always be there (smooth or rough)
    righty ok that's cleared up thanks a bunch ^-^
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    righty ok that's cleared up thanks a bunch ^-^
    I am exhausted ...!
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    I am exhausted ...!
    have a rep!
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    have a rep!
    I need some food now.
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    I need some food now.
    lol i want a glass of milk but i'm too lazy to move xD
 
 
 
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