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Shoe companies imbed unique designs on the bottoms of the sneakers they manufacture.What is the main purpose of the designs on the bottoms of sneakers?

A.to increase potential energy
B.to decrease friction
C.to increase friction
D.to decrease potential energy

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  1. you want traction, not slipping, so increase friction.

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  2. Thanks for the help

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  3. To increase friction

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