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STATIC & KINETIC FRICTION - CAR SLIDING DOWN SLOPE (2 of 2)<br />
Rear Wheels Locked- Blue Car<br />
With the rear wheels locked the car spins out & crashes. A rolling tire is an example of static friction- the contact point is instantaneously at rest with the road. A locked tire has kinetic friction- the contact point skies on the road.

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STATIC & KINETIC FRICTION - CAR SLIDING DOWN SLOPE (2 of 2)
Rear Wheels Locked- Blue Car
With the rear wheels locked the car spins out & crashes. A rolling tire is an example of static friction- the contact point is instantaneously at rest with the road. A locked tire has kinetic friction- the contact point skies on the road.

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STATIC & KINETIC FRICTION - CAR SLIDING DOWN SLOPE (2 of 2) Rear Wheels Locked - Blue Car With the rear wheels locked the car spins out & crashes. A rolling tire is an example of static friction- the contact point is instantaneously at rest with the road. A locked tire has kinetic friction- the contact point skies on