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Write two consequences of Newton's second law of motion.

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Consequences of Newton's second law of Motion : 1.This law gives the measure of force and the unit force is defined from this law. 2.This is the real law of motion because both first and third laws can be derived from this law

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Consequences of Newton's second law of Motion : 1.This law gives the measure of force and the unit force is defined from this law. 2.This is the real law of motion because both first and third laws can be derived from this law.

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Consequences of Newton's second law of Motion : 1.This law gives the measure of force and the unit force is defined from this law. 2.This is the real law of motion because both first and third laws can be derived from this law.

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1. The First Law pf Newton can be derived from the Second Law 2. When a body moves in a circular path with a constant velocity a Centripetal Force makes it do so.

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Consequences of Newton's second law of Motion : 1.This law gives the measure of force and the unit force is defined from this law. 2.This is the real law of motion because both first and third laws can be derived from this law

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It states that the rate of change in momentum is proportional to the net applied force. Meaning: This law relates the momentum and force and time. 1) impulse is the product of force and time duration which is equal to the change in momentum. F*dt=dP ( in this case F is called as impact force) If... read more
It states that the rate of change in momentum is proportional to the net applied force. Meaning: This law relates the momentum and force and time. 1) impulse is the product of force and time duration which is equal to the change in momentum. F*dt=dP ( in this case F is called as impact force) If the time is delayed for the same change in the momentum, the impact force will be decreased. This we will see while a cricket catches a ball. 2) to understand the contact forces like friction. Kinetic friction can be explained using this law, where the net applied force is utilised to balance the kinetic friction and the remaining will be shown in the form of acceleration. F(net)=fk+ma read less

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