Friction opposes motion, then why is it impossible to walk on a frictionless surface?

Asked by commandodriller | 1st Sep, 2008, 10:15: PM

Expert Answer:

When you walk, you move forward by pushing backward on the ground with a force this is due to friction between the ground and your feet , this is responsible for walking therefore it is not possible to walk on a frictionless surface. 

Answered by  | 2nd Sep, 2008, 01:50: PM

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