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If you kick a stone in 1/100 seconds and football in 1/10 seconds which hurts you more and why?


Question asked by: ali shah

Asked on: 12 May 2008

The force impact on stone is more than it impact on football because in the case of stone the time of impact is very short. So according to impulse equation F*t=mv
If time of impact is short then force will be large so stone impact a great force on our foot.

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Replied at: 20 Jul 2008
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