<h3>A<em>n expression for f in terms of m, g, θ, and μs </em></h3><h3><em>

</em></h3><h3><em>Further explanation</em></h3>

On an object, there is **a resultant force**

Four styles usually work on objects, including:

**gravity force, normal force and friction force**

Gravity force itself is expressed as **weight**

While **the normal force** is a force acting on the touch plane of two surfaces and the direction is perpendicular

**Friction force** is the force that occurs when two objects touch each other

The direction of friction is** opposite** to the direction of motion

In the event of friction, there is **a static friction force (fs)**, which is the frictional force at the position of a** stationary object** and the **kinetic friction force** acting when the object is moving **(fk).**

The equation is stated in

**fs = us.N**

**fk = uk.N**

us = static friction

uk = kinetic friction

If we want to express the force of push/pull by including μs, then the condition of the object is right to going to move

When in a state of silence, the force works :

**In the vertical direction**

N + Fy-mg = 0 ...(equation 1)

Fy = force in the direction of the y-axis

Fy = F sin θ

While N is obtained from:

fsmax = μs.N (fsmax = when the object starts to move)

So the equation 1 becomes:

fsmax /μs + F sin θ -mg = 0

F sin θ = mg - fsmax / μs

**F = (mg-fsmax /μs) / sin θ**

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**Keywords: Friction, resultant force, weight**