Fluid friction - in fluid friction, there is something called air resistance. This makes fluid friction happen in liquids AND in gases.
The kite suspended in the sky is flowing back and forth is an example of fluid friction because the air is also an fluid.
The process in which kite move in air in back and forth direction is also known as drag in air. The kite is dragged by the air.
the answer is fluid friction
The type of friction of a kite suspended in the sky that is flowing back and forth is fluid friction. The fluid here is the air that helps the kite move back and forth. The kite feels a drag force due to air which acts in the upward direction.
it about 600 mph from what i calculated
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