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On the ice, a hockey puck is pushing against much less surface friction, so it will slide with relative ease. On the street, a puck is forced to push against the pavement which it cannot do very well causing it to either stop or bounce across the surface.

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Q: How is the motion of a hockey puck on ice different from the motion of a hockey puck on the street interms of forces?
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