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14 June, 22:42

Why is their less friction on snow than a concrete path

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  1. 14 June, 23:02
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    Hi, There is less friction on snow (a porous semisolid), due to friction is strongest on the most solidest (Concrete path) substance, so it would be strongest on a solid, then a semisolid, then a liquid, then a gas
  2. 15 June, 00:33
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    Because the pressure of your foot on the surface of snow or ice melts a thin layer of the surface, and the friction is very low through the very thin film of water on the surface.
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