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It depends on the object. For a pin we would say the end of a pin For a knife we would point of the knife.
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By decreasing the surface area of the surface in direct contact with opposing force of air.. NAMAN By making an object slim, sharp and by moving it against or after the air. \\~OverLordGoldDragon~//
In physics pressure is defined as P=F/A where P=Pressure F=Force A=Area that is, if F is constant, lower the area (on which force is applied) higher the pressure that area) that's why knife blade got a sharp (low area) point so that it can maximise the pressure on the object that will be cut.
Yes, it actually happened to me once. My string broke during rehearsals so I had to change it. Since the old string cut into two, I accidentally touched the sharp edge & it cut through my middle finger. Of course, my finger bled. So you just have to be very careful about changing strings next time, be vigilant as to if your string has a sharp edge or not.
uhh, the side closest to the object that touched the particular space on the bubble that was touched by a bubble popping object such as a sharp needle or a finger, I dunno, the same side that the balloon pops with? WHADDYA MEAN WHICH SIDE? IN ORDER TO POP SOMETHING PIERCES IT, THAT'S WHICH SIDE!!!
Sharp/pointed object safety is important because sharp things without care can cause injury.
The sharp object symbol is a warning that a sharp object is present and you should be careful using it. Also, if its a knife or razor, hold it the proper way and don't fool around.
Sharp Shot happened in 1982.
Penetrated with sharp object
Yes, C# is object orientated.
Operation Sharp Edge happened in 1990.
Yes, the tightening of credit and a sharp decrease in farm prices touched of the Panic of 1819.
With a sharp object, maybe a knife.