Newton's 2nd Law

IB Physics: Newton's 2nd Law

Occam"s Razor.Anything where a force is applied to make something move. We tend to stick to the classic example of the man in the elevator. If someone ever tries to sell you 1kg of apples in an elevator buy on the way down.Newtons second law is easy to understand in the from F=ma but more problematic in its more general form involving rate of change of momentum. Most exam examples are of the F=ma type, namely the elevator...

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