Five primary ones. The weight of the vehicle, the speed of the vehicle, the friction between the roadway surface and the tires (which depends on the quality and wear of the tires, the type of pavement, and environmental conditions such as rain or ice) and the bank, or tilt angle, of the road.
ice can affect friction
friction does affect work.
A variable that has no affect on friction is Inertia
One affect of friction is getting a static shock.
We would need to know what the friction is to affect to respond to this question.
Speed does not affect the force of friction.
Yes, the mass of an object does affect the friction of the given object.
the factors that affect friction is: 1.rough surface 2.smooth surface
Things that affect braking distance consist of the following factors: * speed at which you're travelling * weight of the car * road conditions * braking efficiency * friction between the road surface and your tires Things that affect braking distance consist of the following factors: * speed at which you're travelling * weight of the car * road conditions * braking efficiency * friction between the road surface and your tires
No, it affects the magnitude of friction.
surface friction and sliding friction
Pavement or smooth rock runoff affects waterways because they create more impervious surfaces.
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Friction will slow it down
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They will eventually rot and go away. They will not still grow or affect the pavement.
The type of surface on which the object is sitting affects the coefficient of friction. Mass does not affect the coefficient of friction; it affects the the amount of friction on a given object. The coefficient of friction, µ, is found by dividing the force of friction by the normal force (µ = Ff ÷ FN).
The nature of the surface. A measure of this is the coefficient of friction.
As the surface area increases so does the friction.
the smoother a surface is, the less friction it produces.
Friction Additional answer. No, friction does not come into it.
Friction makes things slow down.
As water in the stream channel flows, it encounters friction; the friction slows the forward movement. The shape,size, and roughness affect the amount of friction. High friction slows the stream significantly.