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Unformatted text preview: voltage difference because the ground resistance between the feet is higher. C. This is actually an urban legend; the separation of your feet can make no difference. D. Closer feet make for a smaller target, hence greater safety. 2. Why should you be on tiptoes (or more practically, on the balls of your feet)? A. You can better jump off the ground when on your tiptoes. B. Because the resistance through your foot will be lower. C. This is actually an urban legend; being on tiptoes can make no difference. D. Because the resistance through your foot will be higher. For the next 7 questions, two rings are tossed at the same time and with the same speed like Frisbees toward the top and bottom of a bar magnet as shown. Ignore the effects of gravity. 3. Is there a magnetic flux through each ring? A. Yes B. No You are vi...
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