Who jumps further proportionately a human or a cricket?
In proportion to the size of the creature, the cricket jumps further.
Course builders will generally measure the distance in metres, but if you're walking a course, striding the jumps can be useful. Stride from the first jump to the second jump. For horses, 8 human strides is 1 horse stride, 12 human strides is 2 horse strides, and every extra 4 human strides is equivalent to 1 horse stride.
When an electron gains energy it is considered to be in an excited state. At that point the electron jumps out to a level that is further from the nucleus of the atom. the further out the electron the more higher energy the electron has. Once it jumps out a level it then LOSES the extra energy and falls back to its original level, and in doing so emits a photon of light. Depending on…
Smaller wheels are proportionately stronger than bigger wheels, which is good for hard riding. Smaller wheels are also easier to accelerate, which is good for short distances and frequent stops. Smaller wheels can be fitted in a smaller frame, which makes the bike all over more manouverable, which is also good for tight racing, tricks and jumps.
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Are you meaning how many jumps to you perform when you are competing because it can vary. when i was at school we only did three but when i start going to competitions i normally done three and some people would then get a further three if they done well enough to proceed to the next stage. i also represented my country for triple jump where i did four jumps and the top group did…
Well the plague started to spread because when the rat goes around where the human are , the fleas from the rats it jumps onto the human and sucks the blood and it also spread the plague when the human is not well it spreads to another person, when they can't cure it , mostly millions of people died from plague. Hope this help you :)