# The coefficient of friction is the ratio of the limiting friction to the normal reaction between the two bodies.

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The coefficient of friction is the ratio of the limiting friction to the normal reaction between the two bodies.

(a) True

(b) False

I got this question in an internship interview.

My question is from Friction in Journal Bearing- Friction Circle topic in portion Friction of Machine Kinematics

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The correct option is (a) True

For explanation: The coefficient of friction is defined as the ratio of the limiting friction(F) to the normal reaction(RN) between the two bodies. Mathematically,

μ = F/RN.

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