How does friction affect the motion of a car?
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How does friction affect motion?
Q5.14 It is often said that "friction always opposes motion." Give at least one example in which (a) static friction causes motion, and (b) kinetic friction causes motion.
When a car moves on a circular track, centripetal force is provided by friction, how a force acting in opposite direction of motion of body can provide a force acting towards centre of the circle?