Place the block with which we did the first experiment on a face with a smaller surface area and also observe the dynamometer reading

Place the block with which we did the first experiment on a face with a smaller surface area and also observe the dynamometer reading. Compare the results obtained in the first and second experiments.

If the bar is placed on a face with a smaller surface area, the friction force will be less and we will need to apply less force to move the bar.

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