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pressure points, and quick.

Q: In karate why is a short time of the applied force advantageous?

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Impulse is the force applied on an object multiplied by the time during which the force is applied. To illustrate the difference, a large force applied during a short time may have a lower impulse than a smaller force applied for longer.

Specialization is advantageous because a single task can be done in a short time and very well.

Yes. It would spiral away such that the radius of rotation will increase, until the radius is large enough for the centripetal force to decrease to the applied force. (Centripetal force= mv2/r)

"DOGI" Gi for short.

You may be referring to a short lived TV show called The Master. It was ninjitsu, not karate.

It's a short range force.

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No, that is rediculous...how would learning anything make you shrink?

No because a circuit without power applied can only be shown to be a short circuit after the power is applied between the 'right' two points.

I'm Not exactly sure, but the closest i can get is the skye terrier. The Skye Terrier has short legs like the welsh corgi, unlike the dog in Karate Dog.

Einstiens law of relativity. That does not relate to impulse. Impulse equates to a change of momentum, usually thought of as for a very short time, but doesn't have really to be so short. Now since force = mass times acceleration =m.dv/dt, you can write that as d/dt of mv, so force =rate of change of momentum So force times time (or its integral over time, which is the same thing) must equal simply the change of momentum. In the case where it a very short time, all that happens is that the momentum changes instantaneously.

Force is equal to Mass times Acceleration. So if you are given an equation where you know two of the three variables you can find the third. You can also manipulate the equation as needed.