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why a camel can move fastly on desert?  
Asked by devu...(student) , on 12/10/10


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 because it wants to?? so simple

Posted by Pranav Desai(student)on 15/10/10

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as  the  surface  area contact of the  camel 's foot  is  less, pressure is more . so it can able to move fast on desert

Posted by lbravi(student)on 16/10/10

pranav ,why are you joking?

Posted by Arha .v.lal(student)on 21/10/10

ibravi,thanku for your answer

Posted by Arha .v.lal(student)on 21/10/10

because its area of its feet it lage . when area is more pressure is less. so it can move easily on desert  f=p/a where f is=force

p=pressure and a=area

Posted by Akshay Nair(student)on 21/10/10

wrongg and answer check it in net or in ncrt textbook

Posted by Akshay Nair(student)on 21/10/10

camel can move easily because the surface area of foot of camel large and broad . as the surface area increases pressure decreases and as the surface area decreases pressure increases. since the surface area of contact of feet of camel is more the pressure is less and hence its foot doesnt sink in sand like humans so it can move faster in desert

Posted by Zainab Amir(student)on 25/10/10

 

camel can move easily because the surface area of foot of camel large and broad . as the surface area increases pressure decreases and as the surface area decreases pressure increases. since the surface area of contact of feet of camel is more the pressure is less and hence its foot doesnt sink in sand like humans so it can move faster in desert

 

Posted by king12138...(student)on 11/12/10

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