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Practical of Newton's second law
Of the platinum book of grade 11 page 30

asked by Owami
  1. http://cottonebb.weebly.com/newtons-second-law.html

    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. Unless someone here happens to teach your class, we have no idea what your book is.
    force = rate of change of momentum = mass times acceleration if the mass is constant is used practically everywhere for everything.

    posted by Damon

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