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A person of weight 820 N stands on one leg. The area of the foot in contact with the floor is 1.4 X 10^-2 m^2
a. Calculate the pressure exerted by the foot on the ground.
b. Explain what would happen to the pressure exerted on the floor if the person stands on tiptoe on one leg.

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  1. pressure=force/area= weight/area

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