does a horse pull a cart with the harness, or does a horse push the cart with harness from the front
The phrase 'don't put the cart before the horse' is an example of an idiomatic expression.
In the dictionary
The phrase, "Don't put the cart before the horse," is an idiom. It means do not do things in the wrong sequence or order.
A horse drawn cart is a cart that is moved by a horse. Hence the horse drawn cart title.
Aristotle's Horse Cart theory was that when a horse pulls on a cart, the cart moves. When a horse stops moving, the cart will stop as well.
I don't think you understand that Newton law: It is "Every action has an equal and opposite reaction." How a horse pulls a cart is based on what that cart has on it that reduces friction. Friction is the reaction that is created when an object is pulled (which is an action). Reducing friction by the addition of wheels on that cart makes it easier for that horse to pull that cart that may be loaded down with things that may weigh more than the horse itself. But, regardless of the reduction of friction, the force put on the cart by the horse is counteracted by the force put on by the cart that is stationary.
A cart-horse simply is a horse/pony that has been trained to pull a cart.
A horse drawn cart is a cart (Carriage) that is pulled by a horse. Commonly used by the Amish.
do things in order
It uses force to get the cart moving, or to generate acceleration.
A horse obviously cannot grasp a towing conveyance, so in order to move an object it needs the assistance of a horse harness. In the case of the harness, the horse pushes forward to move the cart, however basic physics define this as pulling the cart. Yes, the horse is pushing forward, but it is pushing the harness, NOT the cart. The cart is being PULLED by the harness with the horse providing the energy to move the cart. Some mistakenly believe this means the horse pushes the cart, but they are mistaken. With the weight of the cart (mass) being moved forward (force) from behind the energy source (horse), by definition the cart is being PULLED, regardless of the horse's type of energy exerted on the connecting harness.
When horse pulls a cart the action is on the... sharts Cut Answer
do you mean blinkers? if so its so the horse won't spook at the cart behind them or anything to the side. they can there fore only see directly in front of them. if they didn't have the blinkers and did spook the cart could tip.
Before the registry name changed, the Shire Horse Society was the English Cart Horse Society. So I'm guessing English cart horse is an old name for the Shire Horse.
Horse and Cart has been mentioned as far back as the the 1800's
Depends on what breed of horse, its level of fitness, and how heavy the cart is.
Its a joke. Question: When does a cart come before a horse? Answer: In a dictionary.
There are three forces that are exerted on the horse cart system. They are: weight, pull, and friction.
The horse is placed between the shafts of the cart and attached to them by means of a horse collar. The horse then pulls the cart along.
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This is an example of Newton's law: For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. Therefore the reaction is the cart pulling back on the horse.