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We know that

Pressure = ForceArea

A school bag has a weight of the books and exerts a vertically downward force.

If the string is thin, it has less area of cross-section, and therefore, exerts greater pressure on the hand for the given weight of the school bag.

Therefore, it becomes difficult to hold the school bag with a thin string. 

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We know that

Pressure = ForceArea

A school bag has a weight of the books and exerts a vertically downward force.

If the string is thin, it has less area of cross-section, and therefore, exerts greater pressure on the hand for the given weight of the school bag.

Therefore, it becomes difficult to hold the school bag with a thin string. 

Answer

We know that

Pressure = ForceArea

A school bag has a weight of the books and exerts a vertically downward force.

If the string is thin, it has less area of cross-section, and therefore, exerts greater pressure on the hand for the given weight of the school bag.

Therefore, it becomes difficult to hold the school bag with a thin string. 

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