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A person roller skates down a street heading West. What is true about friction in this case?

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  1. I am unaware of how the direction of travel solely effects friction. What other factors are being considered?

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    posted by PsyDAG
  2. the choices are 1- does not effect the skates
    2- pulls the skates eastward
    3- pulls the skates downward toward the center of the earth
    4- pulls the skates westward

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