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cory can do 200 push-ups at a steady pace. he does 42 in 63 seconds and 48 in 72 seconds. how many can he do in 45 seconds
Power = (energy) / (time) = (35 x 5) / 19 = 175 newton-meters / 19 seconds = 9.2105 watts (rounded)
Sure, if it is floating in the water, and there are no other forces (such as wind, or water currents) involved, that is possible.
There ares everal options which meet this criteria:Digital clocks (or digital displays) have numbers but no hands (some use sliding or tumbling numbers cards in place of the LED or LCD to show time),Sundials have no hands only a shadow,Hour glasses have no hands,Old analogue clocks on town towers may have just one hand not "hands",Some braille watches for the blind use raised pins instead of handsSome watches verbally state the time in response to a button push.
they make mountains, like the Himalayas.
"Push" means there is a tie. In that case the pot is split or "chopped" amongst the winning hands. "Push" can also mean to go "all in", in which case the bettor is putting all of his chips/money in the pot as his bet.
It's what happens when two tectonic plates come together and push against each other. Like what happens when you take two pieces of paper, push them together, and see them come up like mountains
Pressure is defined as the force per area P = F/A. Therefore, the pressure will increase if you decrease the area. Think of what happens if you push a hammer against your skin compared to if you push a knife against your skin with the same force. Which one has the smallest area? ;)
The gases will begin to spread out and push against the can walls causing an increase in pressure. This will lead to the can to explode.
The cast of Push Hands - 2004 includes: Mark Butler as Boy Sam Li as Man
lay a piece of paper flat on a table. place your hands on both ends of the paper then push them together. the paper raises up in the middle, much like mountains do when tectonic plates push against each other.
When you "PUSH" then you are going against "Gravitational Force" but when you are "PULLING" then you are going against force.
practice against a wall, get the posture down then try it somewhere soft.. like.. grass..or a mat. incase you fall. to holed it control it through your hands, if you feel as if your falling backwards (as if you were going to fall onto your back) push on the palms of your hands more and if your coming back down (the way you came up) push more with your fingers and finger tips, and push up through your shoulders and keep tight.
A push up is a way of strengthen your upper body as you us your arm and hands.