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## Viscosity and Friction MCQs: Questions and Answers

MCQ 1:

Kinetic friction is always

1. lesser than static friction
2. greater than static friction
3. equal to static friction
4. equal to contact force
MCQ 2:

Incorrect statement for co-efficient of friction could be that

1. The coefficient of friction is denoted by the Greek letter µ.
2. The coefficient of friction is directly proportional to the force of friction
3. The coefficient of friction is constant even in the conditions of fast slipping and high contact pressure
4. The coefficient of friction is inversely proportional to the force pressing the surfaces together
MCQ 3:

In order to slip one surface over another, maximum frictional force has to be overcome, this maximum frictional force between the two surfaces is also known as

1. kinetic frictional force
2. maximal frictional force
3. limiting frictional force
4. resisting force