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# What is motion of your hand as you create the pulse?

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### What is the motion of the hand when creating a pulse?

You don't create it, you feel it. Your index finger rests gently on the radial artery.

### What is the of the hand when creating the pulse?

You don't create it, you feel it. Your index finger rests gently on the radial artery.

### Why do you think your pulse rate is not fast when you are at rest?

Our pulse rate increases with the increasement in the motion of the body.as a result, when we are fixed at a place, our pulse rate is minimumand inversely when we are in motion our pulse is fast

### Why do you think your pulse rate is fast when you are at rest?

Our pulse rate increases with the increasement in the motion of the body.as a result, when we are fixed at a place, our pulse rate is minimumand inversely when we are in motion our pulse is fast

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### What happen to the pulse of air when it travels?

The pulse 'diffuses' from random motion and collisions of its molecules until it is no longer discernible.

### Why the pulse and respiration taken together?

They go together hand in hand.

### What is pulse pressure?

Pulse pressure is the pressure that is felt when feeling the pulse. Measured in millimeters of mercury (mmHg), the pressure difference between the systolic and diastolic pressures is the pressure change to create the pulse, which is the pulse pressure.

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### How are force and motion?

In order to create force, you have to create motion. So if you were to push on a box or pull your child away from the street, you would be creating a motion and force.

### Is the motion of the tip of the second hand of a clock equal to the motion of the entire second hand of the clock?

What do you mean with "motion of the entire second hand"? Please bear in mind that different parts of the hand move at different speeds. The closest thing to a "motion of the entire second hand" might be the motion of its center of mass. In this case, the answer is clearly "no". The center of mass is closer to the center than the tip, and moves slower.