|Jun23-12, 05:27 PM||#1|
Textbooks that cover momentum before force?
|Jun23-12, 06:10 PM||#2|
Since that form of Newton's second law is only valid for constant mass systems, I would think its not a great starting point. Is there any good reason to use this definition despite the loss of generality?
|Jun25-12, 03:06 AM||#3|
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