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Frictional force can't be measured in


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$$\displaystyle kg{ ms }^{ -1 }$$


SOLUTION
$$kgms^{-1}$$ is the unit of momentum. Rest all are the units of force. So frictional force can't be measured in $$kgms^{-1}$$.
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