how does a horse pull a cart?

Asked by pcoolboy | 8th Dec, 2009, 07:59: PM

Expert Answer:

A horse does it because of the force of friction and Newton's third law. As the horse pushes backwards with it's feet, the force of friction pushes him forward, and the same forward force is applied to the cart as it is attachted to the horse.

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Answered by  | 9th Dec, 2009, 11:21: AM

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