What is the crack of a whip?
The crack of the whip is the air molecules trying to push through each other and around each other after the tip of the whip breaks the speed of sound.
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Answer . A whip cracks because when it is "whipped" properly, the end of the whip actually breaks the sound barrier. By swinging the whip back and then jerking it forward i…n a properly timed motion, the end, which is moving rapidly backward, is forced to very quickly change direction and go forward. It is at this transition that, if the motion of the individual wielding the whip is adequate, the end reverses direction so quickly that it breaks the sound barrier and the crack! of the whip is heard.
The noise results from the tip of the whip breaking the sound barrier.
A bullwhip cracks because it has small like strings on the end of it , when you make a certain motion these strings go so fast that they break the sound barrier(triggers sound… barrier) when this sound barrier is triggered at it's end you can hear a sonic boom which is the crack you hear. But some military jets can do it nowadays, if a whips crack is that loud imagine a jet's sonic boom will be 50 times louder!!! . Basically in shorter words the bullwhip cracks because it is essiently going faster than the speed of sound, causing it to break through the sound barier and create a small sonic boom.
To give someone a chance.
Because the tip is travelling faster than the speed of sound.
\nTo crack the whip means to make employees or other underlings work harder.
The sound effect for the "crack of a whip" is sometimes "whoo-PAH!"
Cracking a whip makes a sound because the tip travels faster than the sound barrier.
A whip will produce a cracking sound if part of the whip moves faster than the speed of sound. This produces a miniature sonic boom. A whip will produce a cracking sound if p…art of the whip moves faster than the speed of sound. This produces a miniature sonic boom. A whip will produce a cracking sound if part of the whip moves faster than the speed of sound. This produces a miniature sonic boom. A whip will produce a cracking sound if part of the whip moves faster than the speed of sound. This produces a miniature sonic boom.
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The cracking of a whip is caused by the end of the whip going fasted that the speed of sound causing a small sonic boom.
Circus or ringmaster crack slow figure 8 fast figure 8 underhand crack thumb flip crack overhand crack backward crack behind the back crack under the feet crac…k...jump and crack it under your feet while in the air volley crack...using one or two whips
To give someone a proper chance at doing something (proving themself).
Suzie Cracks the Whip was created on 2012-06-26.