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In general, when force is applied on any object it is accelerated in the direction of the applied force.

The equation for the force is F = m*a

where m = mass

a = acceleration

To consider gravity, we can re-write the above equation as F = m*g

where g = acceleration due to gravity (the gravitational constant) There may be an occasion where the applied force on an object is insufficient to break the existing dry friction, and the object will not move. In this case, the static and dynamic friction components "conspire" to hold the object in place. If the applied force exceeds the dry friction, the object will begin to accelerate, and the static friction will disappear. These are fundamental aspects of the laws of motion, and you can use the link below to learn more.

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