I had a questiion about static friction. Basically, if the gravitational acceleration on the moon is 1.63m/s^2, and your weight is roughly 1/6 of that on Earth, you can jump higher on the moon than you can on earth. So if you were playing basketball on the moon, you could jump higher and score easier. However, how would this 1/6 of gravity and 1.63m/s^2 gravitational constnat affect how fast you speed up and slow down running on the basketball court on the moon? An example I'm attempting to use is that speed is 5m/s to the right, then you slow down and want to run at 5m/s to the left. Could this be done faster on the moon or on the earth? And how does this relate to the concepts of static friction and the maximum static friction value. Any help that could be given would greatly be appreciated.