**Theory section*** : * Include all the relevant equations and also the following,

**Research Question –** Does the static coefficient of friction is greater than kinetic friction? If so why? Provide a graph.

**Case 1: Derive****an expression for μs****using Newton’s law for an object moving down the incline. ***Draw a free body diagram showing all the forces.*

**Case 2:***Choose an object of the unknown mass (mystery object) and unknown coefficient of friction moving down the incline with zero initial velocity.* **Derive an expression for****μk****using the Work-Energy theorem. Show related equations to obtain velocity and acceleration. ***Draw a free body diagram showing all the forces.*

**Case 3:***Choose an object of known mass and known coefficient of friction moving up the incline with applied force. ***Derive an expression to find ‘V’ on its way up the incline using Conservation of Energy.**

**Result section **

*Case1: Provide a screenshot, angle value, and corresponding* μs *value.*

*case 2: Provide a screenshot, *μk *value, acceleration, etc*

*case 3: Provide a screenshot and final velocity value up the incline. *

Here are the links for the simulation, just in case,

1)Simulation link – https://ophysics.com/f2.html

2) simulation- __https://phet.colorado.edu/sims/cheerpj/motion-series/latest/motion-series.html?simulation=ramp-forces-and-motion__

3) simulation- __https://phet.colorado.edu/sims/cheerpj/motion-series/latest/motion-series.html?simulation=ramp-forces-and-motion____.__

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