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No, but we can reduce the friction by polishing the surfaces, by using lubricants, by ball barings etc.
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No , we cannot have zero friction surfaces .Even if we use a lot of lubricants , the friction will be reduced but can never be reduced to zero because every surface will still have minor irregularities in them
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how do i do that?
cuz im just a beginner
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