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Why do whips hurt so much?

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The reason, a Whip hurts so much is that the tip of whip moves extremely fast, causing the skin to tear. The reasoning behind this is easy to analyze from momentum conservation. Lets take a convenient approximation, that the mass per unit length(ρ) does not vary through the length of the whip.
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