Give examples showing that the action of a force depends on the area of the support on which this force acts.

A man walks through loose snow with great difficulty, but if he puts on his skis, he can walk almost without failing. If you take a knitting needle and bring it to a sheet of paper, and then press it with some slight force, then it will not pierce it. And if the same action is performed with a needle for sewing, then a hole on a piece of paper will appear. These two experiments prove that the action of force depends on the area of the support on which it acts.

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