A pull is a force applied along a given axis direction, such as the x axis. A push is a force applied along a given axis direction, such as the x axis, but in the opposite direction., that is, the negative x axis. For a circular rod, for example, a pull will stretch it if applied along its axis, and a push will compress it
In Physics: Push is compressive, pull is tensional.
Push: to apply a compressive force to an object, commonly to the point most remote from the direction of the potential motion of the object.
Pull: to apply a tensional force to an object, commonly to the point most proximal to the direction of the potential motion of the object.
Push and pull are both forces acting on a body.
But push moves the object away from the source of the force while pull moves the object towards the source of the force.
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Force applied towards you (pull) or force applied towards the object (push)
A push or a pull is called force.
That is also known as a FORCE.
is force FORCE: a push or pull on an object :)
In physics, a push or pull on an object is called a force.
Depends on the person and configuration. In general, you can push more than you can pull, because to pull you are limited to some proportion of your body weight, whereas when pushing you can use the pushed mass to increase your traction.
It's a push
it is force
A push or pull with size and direction is a vector
Push and pull indicate direction only, not size. A push is an application of force which causes something to move away from the source of the force. A pull causes something to move toward the source of the force.
A force is a push or pull that can cause an object to move, stop, or change speed or direction.
Push and Pull are different in this respect: Push is using potential energy to make an object move in the direction the energy is being released. Pull on the other hand, is using potential energy to move an object in the direction that the object pulling it is moving.
push or pull in the direction you want it to go
Any object that has a mass.
Magnitude and direction.
Migration or war. Why a person would want to leave their place for a specific reason is a push factor and a pull factor is why a person wants to move to a specific place.