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theoretical square law


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A law stating that the resistance a body creates as it moves through a fluid (see drag) varies approximately with the square of its velocity. The law applies to a swimmer doing the front crawl who, by doubling the speed of arm movements, increases four-fold the resistance to forward motion.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.


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