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Asked by raghavendran7 4th September 2009, 8:38 AM
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Answer:

According to the Newton's second law,

F  rate of change of momentum.

F  Δp/Δt

F  Δ(mv)/Δt

F  mΔv/Δt                  ............since mass is constant,

Δv/Δt = rate of change of velocity = acceleration = a

F  ma

F = kma.

k is the propotionality constant.

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Answered by Expert 4th September 2009, 10:06 AM
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