Unless your child was doing something he shouldn't have, like rough-housing or fighting with the other child, you really shouldn't be held liable. The other child would be liable; your child was simply the instrument he used to cause damage. ==Another Answer== You would be responsible to repair the car, then you would have to go after the parents of the child that pushed your child. Probably it could be resolved in Small Claims Court.
the force that twists,tears or pushes one part of the crust past another is
It's because when the one plate dives under it pushes the one up to form a volcano and when it forms they pushes under father
0 work is force times movement.
Something that pushes the experimental results one way or another.
A force is a push or pull upon an object that results from the object's interaction with another object. Pushes and pulls can be measured using a force gauge.
They are the same thing. They cause damage by applying the force of combustion to the piston before it has reached the top of its stroke, which basically pushes it "backwards"
If you are referring to the foul, it is when a player pushes another player usually when they have the ball.
When a objects pushes and gives "force" to another objects, and makes it more
The pushing force divided by the area of contact.
That refers to Newton's Third Law: if one object pushes against another object, then the other object automatically pushes back.
No, over time this can damage the spring mechanism that pushes fresh ammunition into the chamber.
One fluid pushes another fluid out of the nozzle. Basically, when you press the trigger, one of the liquids (a denser liquid) pushes out the lighter liquid (the cleaner or whatever is in the can) because the can is getting rid of a gas so the heavier liquid pushes out the lighter liquid.
it is called shear
When the water pushes it.
the word force is defined as any motion which pushes or pulls another object.gravity does both.
A mother zebra mussel pushes out an egg that grows into a another zebra mussel.
What I know is that someone pushes a button or pulls a handle which pushes energy into the machine! Then they either let go of the handle or button which stops it! Another view: E=MC2 and Inertia.
Friction is a push force. When one object pushes one direction on an object the other object pushes the opposite direction. The harder an object is pushed against another the more friction there is.
There are two kinds of pushes. When a driver says "My car pushes," then it is resisting turning. Then there is the physical act of one car pushing another forward to speed them both up.