You get hurt when you kick a stone. Explain.
Asked by Topperlearning User | 9th Nov, 2016, 03:51: PM
When we kick a stone, our foot is suddenly stopped. In other words, the time in which the foot comes to rest is very small. When the time factor is small, the force on our foot (i.e. rate of change of momentum) is large and we get hurt.
Answered by | 9th Nov, 2016, 05:51: PM
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