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The motion of walking is such that at a given point of time, only one of his feet is on the grond.

Since,

Pressure = Force/ Unit Area,

the weight of the person falls on a smaller area of the ground when he's walking than when he's standing on his two feet.

Hence, when the person walks, he exerts more pressure on the ground than when he's standing on his two feet. 

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The motion of walking is such that at a given point of time, only one of his feet is on the grond.

Since,

Pressure = Force/ Unit Area,

the weight of the person falls on a smaller area of the ground when he's walking than when he's standing on his two feet.

Hence, when the person walks, he exerts more pressure on the ground than when he's standing on his two feet. 

Answer

The motion of walking is such that at a given point of time, only one of his feet is on the grond.

Since,

Pressure = Force/ Unit Area,

the weight of the person falls on a smaller area of the ground when he's walking than when he's standing on his two feet.

Hence, when the person walks, he exerts more pressure on the ground than when he's standing on his two feet. 

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