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Why fruits fall down from a tree, when its branches are shaken?

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    when branches are shaken their is sudden changes in velocity of the weakest pat of connection between fruit and branch as a result due to inertia of direction (or u can say change in momentum) a force is exerted as a result the fruit falls.......

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