# How would you get off frictionless ice?

## How would you get off frictionless ice?

By pursing your lips and blowing as hard as possible in the direction opposite the one that you want to move towards. Since there is no friction you will eventually start moving in the desired direction.

### What is frictionless ice?

You had virtually no control though you could jump in place to reset your momentum (only worked sometimes). If you crashed into the walls at too high a speed, you took damage. In fact, the hint booklet you could buy for the game literally referred to it as Frictionless Ice.

How do you move on frictionless surface?

On a frictionless surface, if a person sneezes or blows air from his mouth, It causes movement of that person. Hence, pushing the air in one direction, a person moves in the other direction. But walking is not possible on a frictionless surface because taking a step requires gripping the ground through friction.

Does it take a force to keep a hockey puck moving on frictionless ice?

(d)A hockey puck sliding across frictionless ice. (d)The hockey puck moves along at a constant velocity because no forces act on it. The point here is that objects can continue moving in a straight line with a constant speed even when no force acts on them.

## What is the net force of a puck sliding across frictionless ice?

Since ice is frictionless, then frictional force is zero and there is no other external force is acting on the puck in the horizontal direction. Hence, the net force acting on the puck is zero and it glides with constant velocity.

### Can you walk on a frictionless surface?

no we cannot work on the frictionless floor because the friction is opposing force that opposes the motion and we use it well. because of the friction way didn’t slip while walking. and this friction make stable to walk and stand without slipping.

Will an object move on a frictionless surface?

An object with zero friction will slide endlessly on a surface WITH friction, but will adhere, ironically, to another frictionless surface. So no, a frictionless object on a frictionless surface would go nowhere without essentially destroying both surfaces.

What forces act on a hockey puck sliding on the ice rink?

For example, if I take a slap shot on a hockey puck, from what I understand, the forces acting on the puck are friction, the normal force, and the puck’s weight.

## How much force is required to keep a hockey puck in motion?

No force is required to keep the puck moving. The puck has inertia and by Newton’s 1st Law, an object moving with constant velocity will continue to move with constant velocity unless acted on by an external force. (Some force was required to get the puck to move in the first place, but that is a different matter). 2.

### How do you stop a frictionless surface?

A way to stop yourself on a frictionless surface is to apply a force on another object. The other object will react with an equal and opposite force on you, slowing you down and eventually stopping you.