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friction is a force that is around us all the time that opposes relative motion between surfaces in contact but also allows us to move (which you have discovered if you have ever tried to walk on ice). while a common force, the behavior of friction is actually very complicated and is still not completely understood. we have to rely heavily on observations for whatever understandings we can gain.

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a child pulls a block across the floor with force applied by a horizontally held string. a smaller frictional force also acts upon the block, yielding a net force on the block that is smaller than the force applied by the string. does the work done by the force applied by the string equal the change in kinetic energy in this situation? explain.