What advantage did the locomotive have over carts pulled along rails by horses?
So, why were the Mamluks successful in repelling the Mongols? A contributing factor to their success was their status as professional soldiers. The small Mamluk state featured very little administrative, cultural, and intellectual development. Its existence was solely for military training. The Mamluks' military skills easily matched those of the powerful Mongols. Additionally, the Mamluks used horseshoes on their horses. The Mongols did not, so the rocky terrain of Syria injured the hooves of the Mongol horses and made them ineffective. Finally, the Mamluks realized that grasslands were needed for the Mongol horses. Therefore, they often burned the grasslands to prevent Mongol horses from grazing. The Mamluk victories in 1260 marked a turning point for the Mongol army in the region.
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It's called a sulkey.
Gig and Governess carts
the black ones.
Its called a carriage or if it is in a race on a track it is called harness also a gig.
IDK in MI there is a island and it only uses horses and bikes
It's called a sulkey, or if you are talking about in ancient times, it is called a chariot.
The horse is pulling is. Physics. Laws of motion.....
Two advantages of using a horse and cart are saving the earth bynot emitting harmful toxins into the atmosphere, and also savingmoney on gas or other cost associated with trav…el by car.
When a horse pulls on a cart the cart pulls on the horse with an equal but opposite force how is the horse able to pull the cart?
It uses force to get the cart moving, or to generate acceleration.
do u mean a big cart or a little one if big i would go for 4 and small 2 or 1 if tiny hope this helped :)
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.
A single miniature horse can usually pull one or two fully grown adults in a cart by itself. Any more than that and you should add another mini to help.
The horse pulls it forward, and there is a backward force from the ground: friction. If the horses' pull exceeds the friction of the cart, it will accelerate.