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Lubrication to reduce friction. To increase friction step on the brakes.

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Q: How can you reduce and increase friction?
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Does sand reduce friction?

No, sand does not reduce friction but increase friction.


Does friction decrease or increase?

Wax, due to it filling the pores that cause friction will reduce friction.


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Heat insulators & to reduce slippage (increase friction).


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You can increase the friction by increasing the roughness of the surface you are working on. Reduce the speed of the moving object, or increase the weight of the body you are working on. Increase the surface area of contact.


Does soap increase friction?

In many situations soap may be used to reduce friction. For instance, a carpenter may use soap on a wood screw to reduce the friction between the screw and the wood into which it's being driven.


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Why is it important to reduce friction in a car engin?

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