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bigerst
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Jan23-13, 03:41 PM
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ok i get how forces are interactions but just one more question, does a force cause motion?
the example i stumbled upon was the function x=e^-1/t^2 (from mary boas) where the derivative of all orders vanish at t=0, hence is it correct to say that interactions produce newton's second law, the differential equation, whereas forces are not enough to cause motion?