Why are the forces exerted on the outside world by the limbs of our bodies usually much smaller than the forces exerted by muscles inside the body?
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Solution for problem 13CQ Chapter 9
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Step 1 of 2<p>We have to discuss why the force applied by the muscle to the bone is greater than the force applied by the limb to the outside object.
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