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```				   two surfaces are well polished so that friction between them is so high. in this case does frictional force depend upon area of contact??
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```										The friction beween two bodies does not depend on the area of contact. It might seem confusing or bewildering but yes , there is no co relation between area of contact and frictional force.

Also , Polished surface will have less coefiicient of friction .
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