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Problem 36DQ

If your hands are wet and no towel is handy, you can remove some of the excess water by shaking them. Why does this work?

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Solution 36DQ When you shake your hands,the water is accelerated and gathers momentum.when you suddenly stop your hands or you change direction,the momentum of water resists the sudden change and continue to moving in the direction it started.since your hand no longer moving in said direction,the water is then released and your hands now have less water on them. Here in above processes,mass plays a big role in the removal of water by shaking,therefore it is easy to remove big droplets,but more often than,your hands will not be completely...

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Textbook: University Physics
Edition: 13
Author: Hugh D. Young, Roger A. Freedman
ISBN: 9780321675460

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