What is the difference between static friction and limiting friction?
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Static friction refers to the maximum force that can be applied to an object before it starts moving. Limiting friction, on the other hand, is the maximum force of friction that acts on an object in motion, opposing its motion. While static friction prevents the object from moving, limiting friction acts to maintain a constant speed once the object is in motion.