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Chest Bump

mohamed

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The chest bump is something that has become widely known and done, but it is also very easily relatable to physics through the concept of force; men and few women of all sizes do the chest bump, but where force is best seen is during the times when the masses of the two people have a larger difference. during the chest bump, both parties apply the same amount of force (which are equal and opposite) and are under the same natural laws. however, one is usually alot more impacted by the hit than the other due to their smaller mass, the force applied has a greater effect on the lighter person usually sending them backwards quite a bit more than the other person.



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