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As the coefficient of friction increases, the force of friction (increases/decreases)?
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Increases, The coefficient of friction is directly proportional to the frictional force.

ANOTHER WAY TO LOOK AT IT:

The frictional force is equal to the coefficient multiply by the Normal force

f= u*N

for any magnitude of the normal force when you multiply it with a bigger coefficient value the frictional force increases.
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