# Decreasing Order Of Friction

Decreasing Order Of Friction. Friction is the force that opposes motion between any surfaces that are in contact. Four children were asked to arrange forces due to rolling, static and sliding friction in a decreasing order.

Objects that move in fluids such as boats, planes, cars, etc, the shape of their body must be streamlined in order to reduce the friction between the bodies of the objects as the fluid. Grease and oil are used by machines and engines to minimize friction and wear, allowing them to last longer. The decreasing order of friction is(a) rolling friction.

### All Blocks In (Figure 1) Are Identical And You Can Ignore Any Friction In The Pulleys.

The decreasing order of friction is(a) rolling friction. The roughness of the two surfaces in contact and the amount of time the two surfaces rub against each other. Wear and tear of an object is not desirable as it reduces its life.

### All Blocks In (Figure 1) Are Identical And You Can Ignore Any Friction In The Pulleys.

In sliding friction, the time given for interlocking is very small. Friction is inextricably related to our daily lives. Rolling friction comes into play when one object rolls over the surface of the other.

### Friction Makes Many Troubles To Displace One Body From One Place To Another.

Static, sliding, and rolling friction occur between solid surfaces. Four children were asked to arrange forces due to rolling, static and sliding friction in a decreasing order. A ball or wheel is a nice illustration of this.

### Four Children Were Asked To Arrange Forces Due To Rolling, Static And Sliding Frictions In A Decreasing Order.

The fine fingerprints in our fingers increase friction and enable us to hold on to objects. Their arrangements are given below. Rank the configurations in decreasing order of tension in the rope.

### Friction Can Be Reduced By Polishing The Surface Of A Body As Polishing Makes The Surface Smooth And Eve.

They roll in order to decrease friction. Their arrangements are given below. The decreasing order of magnitude of friction is static, sliding and rolling.