when the object is moving , why the theta is larger than the theta(s) when the object is started moving ?
I was told that when the object is moving , the Fk will become smaller than Fs , right ? so, IMO , the theta should be larger than the theta(s) , am i right ?
The Attempt at a Solution
tan(theta k)= Fk / N = = μ k (N) / N
tan (theta s) =Fs / N = μ s (N ) / N
angle is directly proportional to μ k and μ s