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CBSE Class 9 Answered

PROVE THAT RATE OF CHANGE OF MOMENTUM IS DIRECTLY PROPORTIONAL TO FORCE APPLIED?
Asked by | 25 Sep, 2008, 12:13: PM
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It is a direct consequence of Newton's 2nd law of motion.

F = ma

F = m ( v - u )/ t

F = (mv - mu) / t

F = momentum / time.

Answered by | 25 Sep, 2008, 08:46: PM
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