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0 commentsthe block's accelerationFollowing Vector & Draw

Following Vector & Draw

Fhsst vectors32.png  The Free High School Science Texts: A Textbook for High School Students Studying Physics.  Primary Page – << Previous Chapter (Waves and wavelike movement) – Next Chapter (Forces) >>  Vectors  PGCE Comments – TO DO LIST – Introduction – Examples – Mathematical Properties – Addition – Components – Importance – Important Quantities, Equations, ….  Read More

0 commentsthe block's accelerationFor Constant Mass

For Constant Mass

on a particle is, thus, equal to rate change of momentum of the particle without time. Generally mass of the object under consideration is constant and thus cone  be taken out of the derivative: {\displaystyle {\begin{aligned}{\vec {F}}&=m{\frac {d{\vec {v}}}{dt}}\\{\vec {F}}&=m{\vec {a}}\end{aligned}}} {\displaystyle {\begin{aligned}{\vec {F}}&=m{\frac {d{\vec {v}}}{dt}}\\{\vec {F}}&=m{\vec {a}}\end{aligned}}} For constant mass, {\displaystyle {\vec {F}}=m{\vec {a}}} ….  Read More