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Why won't two blocks kept in contact on a horizontal frictionless surface move, due to the normal force? No exterior force is applied to them from any direction (except for gravity).
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Actually in our physics text there were numerical where two boxes of mass m1 and m2 are kept on frictionless surface and a force is applied to one of them and we have to calculate their acceleration(a = F/(m1+ m2)) and normal force(N = m2/(m1+m2) *F)
And my physics teacher also said that "whenever two bodies are in contact there always exist normal force"(exact words)
So I thought if no external force is applied horizontally or vertical upwards to such a system of blocks(here m1 and m2) on a frictionless surface then why they don't move?
And what is the max N for a system of blocks(for simplification lets take two blocks only) and can that max N overcome friction if kept on a surface with friction
I hope you guys understand my confusion here