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2015-06-06T17:16:22+08:00

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When we slowly pulled the cardboard, the coin on top moved with the cardboard.

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2015-06-07T21:54:32+08:00

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When you slowly pulled the cardboard, the coin was dragged with the cardboard.
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The coin was dragged with the cardboard because the force of Friction that was acting on the coin and the cardboard is enough to balance the force you  exerted when you pulled away the cardboard.
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