The frictional force is the force that occurs between two objects in contact and against the movement. This force does not require movement to occur, but in situations where there is movement (kinetic) the frictional force is different from that of the movement (static).

Let's say we're trying to move a table horizontally. First we push a little, then we can drag it easily when the table starts to move. This shows that the frictional force is less than that in which the friction force is stagnant, and that it is necessary to divide the friction into two as kinetic friction force and static friction force.

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