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In cutting large trees, loggers first notch or make a V-cut on the side of the tree in the desired direction of fall and then cut from the other side. Why is this? Is there any danger for the logger to be on the opposite side of the tree of the direction of fall?

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By making a V-cut, loggers try to prevent the saw from binding.

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